21. Mint Chocolate Protein Bar
Featuring a bit of mint in both the bar itself and the chocolatey topping, this paleo protein bar is just to die for. Use a protein powder that includes some powdered veggies. Since the bars have a brown color, you’ll be able to squeeze some veggies into your kids without them realizing it. Cool trick, mom.
22. No Bake Maple Vanilla Nut Latte Protein Bites
A few years ago, Starbucks started selling those yummy cake pops along with their coffees. They’re a great tiny sweet treat if that’s what you’re looking for, but certainly not a smart choice for those eating paleo foods. Using a similar concept, this healthier version will still go great with your afternoon coffee, so make up a big batch for the week and enjoy.
23. Pucker Up Lemon Coconut Protein Bars
With a refreshingly sweet lemony taste, this paleo protein bar is a great alternative to the chocolate taste that’s so common in homemade bar recipes. You’ll love how easy the recipe is to make and how the ingredients form a natural frosting so you don’t have to make a separate glaze. This is a great choice for a sunny summer day or any time you’re looking for something a little different.
24. No Bake Apple Pie Protein Bars
While these bars do have some of the tastes of apple pie, they don’t have the sugary gooeyness that really comes along with a real apple pie. That makes them easily portable and a great – healthier – treat just about any time of the day. Using applesauce rather than real apples cuts down on your prep time, so take advantage.
25. No Bake Paleo Chocolate Protein Bars
This paleo-friendly protein bar recipe is perfect for those who just love nuts in their brownies – really love nuts in their brownies. In fact, it’s more like nuts with a brownie than brownies with nuts. Doesn’t matter, though, It’s still quite delicious and makes for a good post-workout treat with the combination of sweetness and protein.
26. No Bake Workout Bars
After a workout, you need to replenish your body. Most nutritionists recognize that the best way to do that is with some high-quality protein, which helps to rebuild any small tears in your muscles. You’ll love eating this healthy paleo protein bar on your way home from the gym. It’s got added protein from protein powder, but also a few chocolate chips and raisins for a bit of a treat.
27. Paleo Cookie Dough Protein Bar
One thing you’ve probably noticed as you start to eat healthier is how many people take paleo foods and try to create something that mimics the taste of a favorite food that’s not so healthy. With this recipe, you get everything you love about cookie dough without the bad fat and calories. Add some chopped nuts to boost nutrition even more.
28. No-Bake Pumpkin Pie Energy Bites
Whether you want a yummy treat in the morning, afternoon, or evening, these little energy bites can hit the spot. They’re made with real pumpkin puree, dates for sweetness, and the classic pumpkin pie spice blend that gives pumpkin pie its unique flavor. Rolling them in coconut at the end gives them an extra boost of flavor while making them look a lot prettier. You could even serve these to your guests.
29. Raw Protein Thin Mints
If you’re missing out on the days of Girl Scout Cookies, you’re going to love this paleo protein bar recipe. Using just a few ingredients, you’ll get a small cookie that tastes like the classic cookie you’ve loved, even though the texture might not be quite the same. Fortunately, all the ingredients are healthy, so you don’t have to feel guilty about eating a few.
30. Cranberry Vanilla Energy Bites
The addition of dried cranberries with a hint of vanilla in this recipe is great for those who are tired of protein bar recipes that are overly-focused on peanut butter and other nuts. Sure, this great-tasting balls still have some nuts, but the little burst of fruitiness makes it feel a lot different. Whip these up when you’re feeling ready for a change.