Time 4 Strawberries & Cream Protein Energy Bars

By @sweencuisine


To make this Time 4 Strawberries & Cream Protein Energy Bars recipe, you will need.

240ml Vanilla soy milk or another alternative
3tbsp Maple syrup
200g Rolled Oats
1 scoop Time 4 Whey Protein Professional Strawberries & Cream Whey Protein
1 scoop Time 4 Carbs
3 finely chopped fresh strawberries.

Chocolate chips
Coconut oil


Grease and line a 20cm shallow baking tin
Heat the milk and maple syrup in a pan stirring all the time until combined and just simmering.
Take off the heat.
Add the oats, protein powder, carbohydrate powder and strawberries and beat well until combined – it will absorb the liquid.
Tip the oats into the pan and press down firmly.
Chill for a couple of hours
Remove from fridge and freeze for 1 hour.
Remove from freezer, cut into bars and serve on their own or with ice cream.
Store in freezer or fridge

Makes: 16 bars
Preparation Time: 15mins
Chilling Time: 2hrs
Freezing Time: 1hr

Try this amazing Time 4 Strawberries & Cream Protein Energy Bars recipe today.

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