Healthy Chocolate & Peanut Protein Flapjack

Healthy Chocolate and Peanut Protein Flapjack

Oooey, gooey chocolaty flapjack – what’s not to love! Especially when it’s packed full of protein!

I love baking, however baking does not love my waistline, so whenever I come across a healthy baking recipe I love to give it a try to see if it can actually taste as good as the non-healthy version.

I found this Healthy Chocolate & Peanut Protein Flapjack recipe on Blonde Health’s instagram and knew I had to give it a try and make the most of my My Protein Chocolate Whey Protein*. I made a few changes to the recipe to reflect what was in my kitchen cupboards.  Healthy Chocolate and Peanut Protein Flapjack with my protein whey powderHealthy Chocolate and Peanut Protein Flapjack 1Healthy Chocolate and Peanut Protein Flapjack 4

Simply take 1 1/2 cups of oats, 3/4 cup of milk, 1/2 peanut butter and 2-3 scoops of whey protein. I recommend My Protein Chocolate Whey – affordable, tasty and with no nasty hidden ingredients. Mix all your ingredients together fully, pour into a tray and place in the fridge or freezer until set.

Now I’m not going to lie to you and say that this healthy flapjack is as good as your mums, nans or local cafes’ syrup and calorie laden flapjack – because it’s not. But it is gooey, it is sweet, it is chocolaty, it is peanuty and it is healthier for you! So if you need a sweet fix and don’t want to fall off the wagon – then this is the flapjack for you!

Packed full of protein it is also a great snack to enjoy after a workout!

Have you ever made your own healthy flapjack? What ingredients did it use? Have you other healthy baking recipes to share with everyone?

My Protein Chocolate Whey (1KG) – £12.79 from My Protein.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. YUMMY I literally rely on these recipes and ideas so I can use them at home so thank you xx


    1. Haha I’m so glad to hear you enjoy them. Let me know how you get on.


  2. laura says:

    This looks amazing. I had a protein flapjack recipe but it was really dry 😦 I need to try this one. Thanks for sharing xx



    1. This one is definitely not dry, must be from the peanut butter.


  3. Ooooo! Cat! I need to make these. i try to make healthy flapjacks but never got them spot on. Might steal your recipe. xxx


    1. Give it a go and let me know how you get on!


  4. How many do these make please? And any idea on the calories please? Really want to make these as I’m sick of shakes….and I’m on a calorie controlled plan so would hate to use too many on a snack if you know what I mean….


  5. Danielle says:

    Thanks for the recipe! I get bored of protein shakes very quickly, so this is great for mixing things up a bit 🙂 Mine turned out a bit too gooey, so I baked them at 180c for about 15 minutes and they firmed up nicely


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