Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars (with Video!)
I have been pretty busy lately so I’m falling back in love with quick and easy “grab and go” snacks. Scratch that, I meant “snack.” No plural there, because these Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars are pretty much the ONLY thing I think about when I’m in a hurry with a stomach that is growling at me like my dog growls at vacuums.
And these are kind of oxymorons, because these totally won’t make you chubby.
Unlike the Ben & Jerry’s Chubby Hubby ice cream, which contains refined flour, butter, and a ton of bleached sugar (sugar is both the 3rd and 5th ingredients), these Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars are low in sugar, high in protein and high in fiber. And, if you choose to use gluten-free and/or vegan pretzels, then they’ll be gluten-free and vegan too!
So indulge in these (secretly) Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars. They are easy to make, totally craving-worthy, and 100% healthy.
Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars
Prep Time: 1 hour
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour
Fat per serving: 10.5
Calories per serving: 250
You can find the full recipe and instructions in the DIY Protein Bars Cookbook!
I originally wasn’t going to share the recipe here because I worked so incredibly hard on publishing DIY Protein Bars. But, I understand not having a recipe here can be frustrating. So, I’ll meet you halfway… how does that sound? I’ll show you all the ingredients I use in the recipe. That way, you can determine on your own whether or not the cookbook is for you!
**I’ve used quite a few different kinds of pretzel rods and pretzel sticks, including Mary’s Gone Crackers® sea salt pretzel sticks (organic, whole grain, and gluten-free), Newman’s Own® salted pretzel rods (organic), and grocery store brand pretzel sticks. I think the pretzel rods are best because they stay the crunchiest the longest. The nutrition facts are calculated using Newman’s Own® salted pretzel rods.All images and text © .
Here is the recipe’s nutrition label:
Here is a video showing how to make these Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bars:
Last week, I posted about these Healthy Matcha Green Tea Fudge DIY Protein Bars to officially announce that I finished the 2nd edition of my DIY Protein Bars Cookbook! I retested the recipes, rephotographed them, and redesigned the book’s interior.
Here’s a pic from the book’s 1st edition:
As noted ** in the recipe, I’ve tested this recipe using a few different kinds of pretzels. In my book’s 1st edition, I used Mary’s Gone Crackers® sea salt pretzel sticks (organic, whole grain, gluten-free). In my 2nd edition, I used Newman’s Own® salted pretzel rods (organic), as well as grocery store brand pretzel sticks. Pretzel rods are the way to go because they stay the crunchiest the longest ?
I am so incredibly lucky to be a part of such a loving, adoring, and supportive online community. Here is one of my favorite pictures a reader tagged me in on social media of her Healthy Chubby Hubby DIY Protein Bar remake!
Instead of a chocolate drizzle and pretzels on top, she used chocolate chips and pretzels inside the protein bars. A very good way to do it, indeed ?
Eat protein bars.