Delicious Protein Matcha Bars (no bake)

No cooking, no complexity and especially NO GUILT!

As you know, the chewy bars sold in grocery stores are far from ideal for your health! Although often labeled as "healthy", they are usually full of saturated fat, refined sugar, nasty additives, gluten and have very little nutritional value.

If you were told that you can make your own bars in less than 5 minutes? And that they are full of protein, nutrients and taste like paradise? And that in addition, you are guaranteed the necessary energy for work, studies and training?

Matcha Protein Bar Recipe - Teangle

We said energy? The peanut butter powder contains 90% fewer calories than regular peanut butter and has 5 g. of protein per 2 tbsp while the chickpea powder contains 100 g. per serving!

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Taengle - Matcha Protein Bar Recipe


  • Naturally vegan 

  • High in protein

  • Energizing 


  • ⅓ cup of peanut butter powder

  • ⅓ cup of chickpea powder

  • 4 tbsp of sunflower seed butter

  • 4 tbsp of honey or agave syrop

  • 3 tsp of brown sugar

  • 3 tsp of Matcha for cooking

  • 3 tbsp of grounded flaxseed

  • 2 tsp of coconut oil

How to Make Matcha Protein Bars

We said full of nutrients with positive impact ? Sunflower seed butter is rich in essential fatty acids, contains omega-6 and helps strengthen the immune system and flax seeds regulate digestion and are a super helper for concentration.

Try them and keep us posted! You will not be disappointed!


  • Mix all the dry ingredients in a bowl

  • Add the honey and the sunflower seed butter

  • Mix until the mixture becomes smooth. We suggest mixing with your hands, but you can also use a blender.

  • Flatten the mixture on a plate to form rectangles of approximately half an inch thick. (It is also possible to form them into spheres).

  • Leave in the refrigerator for about an hour to make them firmer.