BY: Lively Staff

January 29, 2018

These Post-Workout Protein Bars Will Support Muscle Tone

Your post-workout fuel should be packed with protein and carbs to boost muscle tone and replenish your energy. Here’s our favorite recipe to do just that.

We’ve been talking a lot lately about how to boost your workout performance with proper nutrition. In addition to knowing what to eat before and after your workouts, you need to pay attention to ingredients.

post workout protein bars

Protein and carbohydrates are both important for achieving great results, but the type of protein and carbohydrate definitely matters. Chocolate milk, for example, is sometimes touted as a great post-workout snack… But while it does contain both carbohydrate and protein, it also contains sugar and processed ingredients.

post workout protein bars


Enter these protein bars. They’re affordable, easy to make at home, and they give you a ton of great nutrients. Oats provide healthy, whole grain carbohydrates, while Collagen Sports Greens offer protein, including 16 grams from plant-based watermelon seeds and 10 grams of bone- and joint-supporting collagen per serving. Before we get to the recipe, here is a total breakdown of protein, carbohydrate and fat for these bars.

Total Calories 383
Fat 22g
Carbohydrate 32g
Protein 15g
Post-Workout Protein Bars
Serves 8
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  1. 4 scoops Collagen Sports Greens
  2. 2 cups oats
  3. 1 cup almond butter
  4. 3 tbsp coconut oil
  5. ¼ cup honey
  1. Mix together the wet ingredients until combine.
  2. Mix in the oats and Sports Greens until combine.
  3. Press into pan and chill for 1 hour.
  4. Keep in fridge for up to 5 days.

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