Especially if you are traveling or a quick snack after exercising or traveling needs, it falls a often difficult a low carb - to find compatible, healthy food. Nuts and dark chocolate are indeed a good snack alternative, but the carbohydrates in the nuts and chocolate can be quite fast too much. To find an adequate and even appropriate our quality demands possible protein source designed into these situations often impossible.
Exactly for such situations this homemade protein bars is particularly well suited. One bar contains only 3.9 grams of carbohydrates, but a good amount of fat from the almond paste and 20 g high-quality whey protein.
100 g almond paste
100g canned pineapple, unsweetened
200 g whey protein powder (Nature, 80%)
120 g egg white (from the yolks can make super mayonnaise)
50 g erythritol
50 g grated coconut
50 g almonds, coarsely chopped
50 g Gold linseed
1 tsp ground cinnamon
Mark a vanilla pod
In a multiple chopper or with a hand blender puree the pineapple.
Give cinnamon, erythritol, vanilla and egg whites to pineapple and again by mixing well.
Then one after another whey protein powder, shredded coconut, chopped almonds and flax seeds while mixing.
Line a small baking dish or baking pan (20x30cm) with baking paper and pour in the ground and smooth.
At 160 ° C bake for about 20 minutes. Again and again check. The latch is dry when it is cooked right through to.
When the latch is ready? The mass should feel externally fixed, one stands out with a toothpick or a metal skewer into so should still stick some dough. In English one would this state as "half baked" designate.
Take the form from the oven and let cool completely on a best rust. In 10 uniform pieces and refrigerate. The bars are slightly sticky, so wrap for transport in greaseproof paper.