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no-bake sugar cookie protein bars

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Prep Time: 10 minutes

Total: 2 hours, 10 minutes

Servings: 3

Ingredients

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Instructions

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Step 1

In a large mixing bowl, combine the butter, sugar, and vanilla extract. Mix until combined.

Step 2

Add the oat flour, coconut flour, and pinch of salt, then mix everything together. Note that we have not added the protein powder yet.

Step 3

Add the protein powder last and mix. If you use a whey/casein blend protein powder as I did, you're going to need a bit more liquid. Add in one tablespoon of milk and continue to mix. It's going to resemble a crumb, but keep mixing (and don't be afraid to use your hands) until it becomes a ball of dough.

Step 4

Fold in the sprinkles.

Step 5

Remove the dough onto some parchment paper. Separate into 3 roughly equal-sized pieces, then shape into bars. I simply use my hands to shape them into a bar, then flip them over to reveal the flattened top.

Step 6

At this point, you can add toppings, but it's optional. I melted down some white chocolate in the microwave (I did not measure how much I used) and then added a splash of milk to thin it out. I drizzle that over my bars, then topped with some additional sprinkles.

Step 7

The bars are technically ready to eat right away, but the flavors really develop once everything settles. Add your bars to the fridge for at least 2 hours, but I found the best results when leaving them overnight. The sweetness level decreases as these sit and will taste much sweeter if eaten right away.

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