Medifast Carrot Cake Protein Bars

"I adapted this recipe for a medifast meal. (Not the lean and green). These taste like cake but can be cooked longer to make more a cookie like bar. I baked mine for 22 minutes for a cake consistency."
 
Medifast Carrot Cake Protein Bars created by Trennarene
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Mix flour, whey protein, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, baking soda, and salt together in a bowl.
  • Mix egg whites, stevia, carrots, and water (optional) in a bowl.
  • Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients and mix together.
  • Spray 8x8 glass pyrex dish with non-stick butter spray.
  • Pour ingredients into dish.
  • Bake for 20-30 minutes.
  • Let cool and cut into 8 bars.
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  1. conniel7777
    UPDATE, 11-25-15: When I first made these, I sampled them right out of the oven, while they were still warm, and I felt like they really had very little taste..They were VERY neutral. But, since texture was good, I just cut them into individual bars, wrapped them, and popped them into the freezer. I went back 2 days later and defrosted one by leaving it out on the counter, and when I tasted it, WOW.. They DID have a very Carrot Cake taste! Delicious! So, I need to update this review to say they were VERY tasty after being frozen and defrosted! I dont know if the freezing process made any difference; they may have tasted just as good if I had simply allowed them to cool.. But all I know is, I will DEFINITELY be making these again.. and if I decide to use the recipe as a neutral base, I will definitely need to leave out the carrots and the spices, because like I said, they really have a lovely carrot cake taste! I will be eating these long after I reach my goals and go into maintenance mode.. this recipe is a keeper! These are so good, I would make them for company! Thank You! Original Review: I made this as directed, and I found it to be a good BASE .. but it basically had no taste. I wasnt expecting a taste thrill, as these are healthy protien bars, not brownies .. but they didnt taste like vanilla, or carrots, or oats, or anything.. they were just like a neutral, zero taate vehicle. So, in a way, thats a good thing, because now I know that if I add an extract, like banana or almond, etc, these bars could really be something. I could easily see using banana extract, and baking this up in a muffin pan, and topping each muffin with a walnut half, etc.. but even simply cutting them into bars would be awesome if they had *some* sort of flavor. I think I will start out with a tablespoon of banana flavored extract, and a bit more sweetener (I used splenda for baking.. and the bars had just the barest hint of sweetness.. almost to the point of having zero sweetness at all..) and I think the result will be a mildly sweet banana flavored bar. The texture was great, so once I can impart some flavor, this will be a great "base" recipe that I can turn to and use to make endless varieties of bars based on the flavored extracts I use.
     
  2. yogiclarebear
    I used this recipe to adapt my own protein bar based on what I had on hand. It turned out great, thank you so much. I did not use stevia, as my protein was vanilla flavored. I used whole eggs, and added flaxmeal and applesauce, and coconut flour. Yum, thanks.
     
  3. Trennarene
    Medifast Carrot Cake Protein Bars Created by Trennarene
  4. Trennarene
    I adapted this recipe for a medifast meal. (Not the lean and green). These taste like cake but can be cooked longer to make more a cookie like bar. I baked mine for 22 minutes for a cake consistency.
     
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