Goat Whey Workout Bars with Almond, Chia and Oats


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Fiber-rich complex carbohydrates in organic oats are combined with protein-rich goat milk protein powder, almond flour and healthy fat from coconut oil. This is a healthy and delicious treat that promotes muscle growth and aids in recovery after a long hard workout. I have used stevia syrup here, but maple syrup or honey will work just great. If you are not fancy for diary-based protein, hemp protein and pumpkin seed protein are great alternatives.

  • 120 g Rolled oats, toasted and ground into flour
  • 60 g 100% Goat whey protein, vanilla flavoured
  • 100 g Almond flour
  • 30 g Chia seeds
  • 60 g Coconut oil, melted
  • 130 g Light coconut milk
  • 3 tbsp Plain stevia syrup
  1. To toast oats, cook in a dry skillet over medium-high heat, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes or until they are golden brown. Set aside to cool, then grind into flour.
  2. Grease and line a 22cmx14cm rectangular pan with a plastic wrap.
  3. Combine toasted oat flour, goat whey powder, almond flour and chia in a bowl. Set aside. In a saucepan, add in coconut oil, coconut milk and stevia syrup. Heat gently over low heat, stirring occasionally, until coconut oil melted and the mixture well combined.
  4. Pour into the dry ingredients and thoroughly mix until everything is well combined. Press the mixture into the prepared pan and chill for at least 2 hours or overnight until firm. Slice and enjoy.

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68 comments:

ami@naivecookcooks 5/5/16 10:18

Angie these look delicious. I have never even seen goat whey but I love goat's cheese. Does that count?!! hehe These look yummy for after workout snack!!

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Tricia Buice 5/5/16 13:22

These sound so interesting - love the coconut oil and almond flour. With the toasted oats this must be a wonderful combination. Have a great weekend Angie!

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Alida @mylittleitaliankitchen 5/5/16 13:26

Wow! I love that you have used goat whey. When they were little I gave both my children goasts milk, much easier to digest.
Very nice this bars, I write down the recipe now.

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Agness Walewinder 5/5/16 13:42

I love adding chia seeds when I bake. This recipe is really interesting and I am so curious about how it tastes! :) Mniam mniam!!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 5/5/16 14:13

I've never used goat milk protein powder before ... I need to keep my eye out for that! These bars sound delicious!

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Ivy 5/5/16 14:54

I have never heard of goat whey powder but they do sound healthy!

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Monica 5/5/16 15:03

Do I have to do the long workout to get one of these? ; ) I've never had goat milk protein powder...really interesting and glad to learn new healthy recipes. Enjoy the upcoming weekend!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 5/5/16 16:03

Angie, sounds good! Does the powder have enough vanilla flavor or might I want to add a little extract?

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Muna Kenny 5/5/16 16:26

Interesting combination Angie, I have to try these bars soon, my hubby is about to start working out and I guess he will appreciate having these beauties :)

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Rosa 5/5/16 17:44

Very original. They look very tempting. would love to taste them.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 5/5/16 18:13

Goat milk protein powder is new to me, but sounds awesome. I will have to look for it! Absolutely delicious bars, Angie.

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grace 5/5/16 19:12

i haven't come across goat whey before, though it doesn't surprise me that i'm learning about it here! great bars--very filling and nutritious, but tasty too!

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Gina Stanley 5/5/16 21:20

I've never seen goat whey powder, but I need to know about it now. Love the idea.

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Catherine 5/5/16 22:41

Dear Angie, THese are wonderful looking and sound quite tasty!
I would enjoy them. xoxo Catherine

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Marcela N 5/5/16 23:03

yum! workout bars look stunning!

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Sharon D 6/5/16 01:00

Wow...these are beautiful, Angie. You never cease to amaze me! ^.^

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 6/5/16 03:56

These do sound really good, but do you think you could use a soya protein powder instead to make them vegetarian / vegan?

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mjskit 6/5/16 04:29

It's just those little extra steps like toasting the rolled oats that make these so special. Goat Whey? Haven't seen that around, but I need to look closer. These look quite different and very, very tasty.

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 6/5/16 10:51

Angie, these look so delicious that I can't believe how simple and healthy they are! Definitely a must have for workout days. Thanks for sharing!

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myinnerchick.com 6/5/16 13:55

Interesting looking.
I'll have one, please! x

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Amelia 6/5/16 18:51

Hi Angie, interesting recipe and the bars look awesome. First time I learn about goat whey. Thanks for sharing.

Have a nice weekend,regards.
Amelia

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Evelyne CulturEatz 6/5/16 18:51

There bars are so cute and I bet they are super body chargers. Goat whey powder is not something I have come across yet. But whey is so good for you, I had loads the year I made a cheese a month.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 6/5/16 19:19

If I ever do a hard work out, I may try these! LOL! They sound great and I'm assuming that goat powder is just a form of protein powder made with goat whey?

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Asha Shivakumar 6/5/16 22:09

I always learn so much about stuff. Goat whey, wow! These sound so good and looks so amazing.

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Gourmet Getaways 6/5/16 22:49

Wow! I love all the ingredients in this bar! So healthy, also full of fibre so it will definitely fill you up too.
Thanks so much for sharing
Julie
Gourmet Getawsys

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Nicole Fraser 7/5/16 00:03

These look great! I didn't even know goat whey existed. This new discovery is the highlight of my day. :)

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 7/5/16 00:51

Looks so yummy, Angie. Perfect homemade workout bars without all the additives.

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Harriet Emily 7/5/16 12:39

These bars look so great Angie! They sound absolutely delicious, and I love how healthy they are! Yummy!

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Christine Ho 7/5/16 14:07

You're very clever to use healthy ingredients to make delicious snacks, Angie.

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Barbara 7/5/16 15:15

Love all the healthy bars you've been posting, Angie! Especially love coconut and almond flour...these are winners!

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Susan 7/5/16 16:50

Interesting recipe. I'm really into goat's milk lately for all the benefits it has. I will definitely try these for after my workouts!

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kitchen flavours 7/5/16 17:36

Lovely healthy bars, Angie!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 7/5/16 18:45

These would be sooo much better than the protein bars that I buy. They look so yummy, I know I would love them!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/5/16 19:32

If the goat whey doesn't taste like goat cheese then I'm interested! Don't know what it is about goat cheese that bothers me :( They are packed with such goodness, Angie!

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Cheri Savory Spoon 7/5/16 23:28

Hi Angie, these look like the perfect workout bar. Love that you added chia seeds. I cannot hardly eat the processed ones from the market anymore they are just too sweet.

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Liz Berg 8/5/16 01:14

Terrific protein bars, Angie! Perfect for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up!

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lisa h. 8/5/16 01:55

Good for lunch box bar.
This is why I love your blog... I learn lots especially new ingredients :D

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Janet @ Healthoop 8/5/16 04:13

Wow! This food looks nice. I think that my daughter will enjoy it. Thank your sharing! I will try...

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Jasna Varcakovic 8/5/16 04:49

Looking and sounding very interesting. You always have so original recipes Angie!

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Rafeeda AR 8/5/16 09:31

Those protein bars looks loaded with goodness and deliciousness too!

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Nammi 8/5/16 11:31

Looks pretty with the flecks of chia seeds.

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Kelly 8/5/16 12:20

These look perfect for a before or after workout snack! I've never tried goat protein whey, you always have the most creative healthy recipes, Angie :)

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The Caked Crusader 8/5/16 15:42

I love how you always seem to use ingredients I didn't know existed! It's always an education coming to your site :-)

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Sue/the view from great island 8/5/16 17:43

Angie you never cease to amaze me...you are my health food guru!

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fimère .b 8/5/16 21:59

ils sont beaux et bons vraiment un régal
bonne soirée

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 9/5/16 05:44

What a unique recipe, Angie! I love the toasted oat flour. Great idea to grind your own. Not heard of goat whey powder....but that's what I love about your recipes...I'm always learning something new! : )

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No Spoon Necessary 9/5/16 14:46

I am always on the lookout for a great new pre and post workout bar, Angie and these look fabulous! I've never had goat milk protein powder before, so I'm excited to try that!! Love that you packed these with so much healthy eats! Cheers, friend!

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Hema 9/5/16 18:53

Very interesting recipe, have never tried anything with goat milk, the bars look awesome..

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Gloria Baker 9/5/16 23:27

Look sooo delicious Angie !!

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Balvinder Ubi 10/5/16 02:13

They will be perfect to take on hiking!

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norma chang 10/5/16 02:31

Goat whey protein, never knew such product exit, I am learning about so many different and unusual ingredients from your post.

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motherrimmy 10/5/16 04:39

These bars would be a fantastic start to the morning too!

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kankana 10/5/16 16:14

Such an unusual flavored bars! Looks great and would love to try someday.

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Smitha 10/5/16 19:26

Iam a big fan of these Workout bars. They look claasic and elegant. Pictures are really inviting and have a professional touch.

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 10/5/16 19:41

I have some goat whey in my house. Not sure I can eat it cause it's dairy - but I could certainly make this to my dairy-eating loving friends.

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Chris Scheuer 10/5/16 20:32

I'm all set to work out after looking at your bars Angie! They sound perfect for extra energy!

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Rahul @ samosastreet.com 10/5/16 21:20

I like the idea of this protein bars as they are a healthy snack before or after exercise.

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Reeni Pisano 11/5/16 03:41

Those look so yummy Angie! I would be happy eating them for dessert!

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Geraldine Saucier 11/5/16 04:03

Wonderful bars. I have never seen goat whey. A new ingredient I need to try.

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Rebecca Subbiah 11/5/16 04:34

cool recipe almost looks Indian

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tigerfish 12/5/16 05:42

I am also looking at various protein sources for pre- and post workout snacks. This looks so good.

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 13/5/16 22:59

They look great and like the perfect protein filled workout bar!

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Amy 18/5/16 18:56

What a delicious way to fuel up! Most importantly, thanks for the reminder that I need to go workout! :D

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Roz Corieri Paige 19/5/16 15:46

Such a great idea to have homemade, healthy workout bars! Love the chia seeds, Angie!

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 22/5/16 02:52

I've never seen stevia syrup - these bars sound like a great snack after working out!

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My Little Space 23/5/16 11:32

The texture looks really smooth and such healthy snack.
Kristy

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