Matcha Berry Cereal Bars (Gluten Free & Low Carb)
Okay, berry season is here and these cereal bars are the perfect pair for a good summer day! these bars only have 133 calories and 16.1 grams of protein per serving, simply delicious and kid friendly.
For this recipe I kept is very simple but I also wanted to add a twist of some summer flavors such as this berry protein cereal from Iwon Organics and some matcha, a delight combination that just screams summer. We are keeping it gluten free as well!
About these Matcha Berry Cereal Bars:
How can we say no to a fresh and summer and easy dessert in this summer weather? There's something irresistible about the taste and texture that I just couldn't resist using this cinnamon combo in a protein bars! This recipe is low carb, high protein and easy to make.
In this recipe we are using simple ingredients and nutrient dense. From the pea protein made with simple ingredients for thickness and the matcha in here that also adds a great touch of minerals such as zinc, selenium, antioxidants and amazing taste!
The Base: Simple, high protein and fluffy!
Adding some chocolate protein and some egg whites, easy and fluffy. For the filling I included some a cup of cereal into the recipe to add that extra flavor, plus some raspberries, crumbled, to add that extra touch that will take this recipe to the next level.
Soft, melts in your mouth and just the best of both worlds. For snack or dessert these bars are just a great idea and good to keep in your freezer, no need to bake or cook... so this recipe is basically fail proof.
Made with simple ingredients and minimal steps that makes these bars even better and convenient, only the best way to start the day; gluten free, low carb and dreamy tasting snack, breakfast or treat. In a protein bar... dessert or snack! Sign this recipe reporting for duty!
And because we all love a good easy and convenient snack I kept it super easy, made with the simplest ingredients that are also good for you!
Okay, so as I mentioned earlier I'm using Nuzest - PURELYHL for discount for the base. But I'm also using protein cereal to add a little of extra crunch to the recipe, the ones I'm using are from Iwon Organics. The chunks in here are huge and so tasty so you can bet they did a great job in this recipe.
Overall, these are the ingredients needed for these Matcha Berry Cereal Bars:
Chocolate Pea Protein (used Nuzest - PURELYHL for discount)
Iwon Organics - Berry Protein Cereal
Stevia or Alullose
A very complete recipe here! They key is always choosing better ingredients; in this occasion we are adding that sweetness with stevia or alullose as a replacement of regular sugar that has a lower impact in blood sugar.
The berry protein cereal, greek yogurt and matcha creates a perfect summer and satisfying recipe, for snack or desert! You just have to make these easy protein bars.
Super nutrient dense and extremely easy to make! Only mix and pour! This recipe took me less than 20 minutes to prepare, and minimal steps!
Nutritional Benefits of this Recipe:
Well, we are keeping it low sugar by using monk fruit, and we are avoiding inflammatory ingredients such as gluten, artificial flavors, colors or something funky. This is simple, the protein that I used is made with simple ingredients!
The protein here is also key, proteins are made from amino acids that are the building blocks from our DNA, plus we all know that they are key part of the recovery of our muscle from the every day activities.
Matcha is also a great source of antioxidants including ECEG, and some other nutrients such as chlorophyll, zinc and selenium.
The full instructions will be below along with the nutritional information per serving. This is just a super easy and flavorful recipe for you to enjoy and your body will love; source of protein, nutrients and flavor!
Overall this recipe is:
Meal Prep Friendly
The end result
Chewy and soft thanks to the combination of cereal with the raspberries, protein chocolate base and matcha. This cereal bread is flavorful and easy to make that will even be great to make with your kids, or by anyone with little experience in the kitchen. The texture of the cereal with the creaminess of the greek yogurt topping is just perfect!
As dessert, snack or breakfast! This berry cereal with a touch of matcha combination is just a dream that will make you want to make more, these are THICK and so flavorful... so irresistible!
Perfect to enjoy at any time of the day; morning or evening. These can be also stored in the freezer and enjoy to satisfy that sweet tooth without all the inflammatory effects from gluten and sugars at any time.
Pro tip: Prepare these for meal prep, slice them and have them ready to be devoured in the freezer.
This is a great recipe that your family or friends will love! Easy to prepare and elegant and fun no matter the occasion, this recipe is made to enjoy in the most effortless and most delicious way ever, I mean... only simple and minimal ingredients in a high protein, low carb and gluten free matcha berry protein bread!
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Matcha Berry Cereal Bars
By María Fernanda López
Serves 9 servings
Cooking time: 20 minutes.
Prep Time: 30 minutes.
3/4 cup of Chocolate Pea Protein (used Nuezst - PURELYHL for discount)
1/2 cup of egg whites
1/2 cup of water
4 cups of Iwon Organics - Berry Protein Cereal
2 cups of greek yogurt
3 tbsp of matcha
6 packs of stevia
1/2 cup of raspberries
Preheat the oven at 350F.
Mix the dry ingredients for the base, and then add the egg whites, water and stir well.
Pour the mix into a 8x8 silicone baking dish and bake for 15 minutes.
In a bowl mix the greek yogurt with the cereal, stevia and matcha.
Top the baked base with it and finish it by adding the raspberries as topping.
Freeze for a couple of hours.
Cut into 9 pieces and enjoy!
Nutritional Information per serving (133 kcal)
Net Carbs: 12.3g (just minus fiber)
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