So from the months of October to December, the whole country goes a little pumpkin-nuts — us included (see our high-protein pumpkin spice latte for an example!)
But in the midst of all these pies and coffees flying around, can you think of anyone ever trying to do a pumpkin protein bar? We don’t see a good reason not to — pumpkin gives you good complex carbs and dietary fiber, so when combined with a quality protein you could be looking at an excellent meal replacement!
Enter our friends at APS and their Isomorph 28 Pure Whey Isolate protein. They’ve got a nice homemade protein bar recipe that not only delivers the nutritional goods, but is soft and chewy as well.
This recipe will yield one Pyrex baking dish of bars — you can cut them to taste as you prefer!
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