Copycat Perfect Bars
If you clicked this recipe, you probably either love Perfect Bars and want to make your own, or have never tried them and are curious what the fuss is all about. Here‘s a link to where you purchase them from Amazon.
This recipe is for Peanut Butter Perfect Bars, but I also love the Almond Butter flavor! Which other flavors would you want to see? Let me know in the comments.
My favorite part of Perfect Bars (besides the awesome ingredients) is the T E X T U R E. Its kind of like fudge, but better. These homemade bars are a bit softer than the packaged bars, so make sure to store them in the freezer so they stay solid.
You’ll need to wrap the dough in plastic wrap and freeze for at least an hour before cutting into bars to avoid a big, gloopy mess.
Then, simply slice into bars and enjoy!!!
If you love making homemade versions of your favorite packaged treats, check out these Copycat Eating Evolved Mint Coconut Butter Cups, or Sugar-Free Peanut Butter Cups. What else do you want to see a homemade version of?! Let me know!
Copycat Perfect Bars
By The Granola Diaries
- 1 C Natural creamy Peanut Butter
- 1/4 C Honey
- 1/3 C + 3 Tbsp Vanilla Protein Powder (I used Vega Brand)
- 1 tsp vanilla
- 1 Tbsp milk of choice (I used Almond Milk)
- Optional: 1/2 tsp superfood powder, spirulina powder, wheatgrass powder, or maca powder, or any superfood powder of choice. (I skipped this and still loved it!)
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl until combined. Mixture should be thick and tough to mix. If seems too runny, add some more protein powder, or a Tbsp of oat or almond flour. If seems too thick (will no longer mix), add a splash more milk. Line a loaf pan or container with plastic wrap and press mixture into a large rectangle shape. Freeze for at least an hour and then slice into ~6 – 7 bars. Wrap each bar individually and store in the freezer. They’ll get soft at room temperature!
- These bars are quite soft. To add a bit more firm texture, feel free to add ~2 tbsp. of oat flour or almond flour.
- Mixing and pressing is easiest if you have a silicone spatula!
Note: I don’t usually add nutritional info and I am not sure how reliable this data is. I pasted a screenshot of what I input on MyFitnessPal. At 271 calories and 11g protein per bar, these are very comparable to real deal!