- Protein bars?
If you really want to buy them then look at the Myprotein ones.
Very simple to make thought and many recipes don’t even need baking. They are a fraction of the cost and are normally more effective (a lot of bars include a lot of non usable protein that looks good on the label but is pointless) and made to measure.
Some of combination of whey protein powder, oats, nut butters and oils, fruit and fruit juice. Google is your friend and you’ll find some good recipes on some on the Web.Posted 5 years agoashfanmanMember
Don’t forget to pay attention to the carb levels in these and also the sugar alcohols. The alcohols could mess with your digestion and most are designed with a 2:1 carb to protein ration so not as good as a shake.
That’s a good tip. A shake would ordinarily be fine, but I’m looking for something that I can take on a trans-Alp next month, so it needs to be portable, consumable on the fly, and something that won’t spoil if it’s left out of the fridge for a week. Hence I thought bars would be my best bet.
So what ratio should I be looking for ideally? 1:1:1 (protein:carbs:fat)?
Very simple to make though and many recipes don’t even need baking.
Yeah, this would be my first choice, but a lot of the ones I’ve seen need to be kept refrigerated (or even frozen) and wouldn’t last well being out in the sun (well, fingers crossed!) for six days.
Any recipes that you’d particularly recommend?Posted 5 years ago
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