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The Best Protein Snacks: Protein Honey Clusters Recipe

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Protein Honey Clusters

Happy Monday!  Here’s a delicious and nutritious protein snack to get your week started off right: Protein Honey Clusters.  These are easy to make, quick to grab, and great for both adults and kids.  Plus, they have a crunchy outer shell thanks to Honey Roasted Honey Bunches of Oats that I think you’ll love!  

Protein Snacks recipe: Protein Honey Clusters

Protein Honey Clusters
A delicious and nutritious protein snack
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  1. 1 Cup Peanut Butter (or other nut butter)
  2. 2/3 Cup Honey
  3. 2 TBSP Flax Seeds
  4. 1/4 Cup Vanilla Protein Powder
  5. 1 Bag Dark Chocolate Chips
  6. 2 Cups Honey Roasted Honey Bunches of Oats
  1. In a mixer add the peanut butter and honey. Mix well.
  2. Slowly add the flax seeds and protein powder to the mixer while continuing to stir at slow speed.
  3. Place mixing bowl in fridge for 30 minutes.
  4. Place Honey Bunches of Oats in a gallon bag and roll with a rolling pin until cereal is finely crushed. Place in a medium sized bowl.
  5. Take bowl out of fridge and scoop out 1 tbsp worth of mixture. Place a chocolate chip in the middle of the mixture and roll into a ball shape.
  6. Then place ball into crushed Honey Bunches of Oats and roll until completely covered. Place in Ziplock bag.
  7. Repeat until entire mixture is gone. Place ziplock in the fridge.
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With a sweet surprise at the center and a crunchy shell, these Protein Honey Clusters are a delight to eat.  What’s even better is they’re healthy!  

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I’ve always enjoyed Honey Bunches of Oats with Almonds, just ask my mom.  It was my cereal of choice in high school!  So while I enjoy a big bowl of this cereal in the morning, I also love adding it to different recipes like these protein clusters.  The Honey Roasted Honey Bunches of Oats really make the protein clusters above delicious.  And I am LOVING the new Honey Bunches of Oats Gluten Free Chocolate.  Oh my goodness, add chocolate to my favorite cereal and I am in heaven!


You can get all the ingredients for the above recipe, as well as all of these delicious cereal choices at Walmart!  You can also get the new Honey Bunches of Oats Crunch O’s or the Kung Fu Panda Po Power Crunch!

Protein Snacks recipe: Protein Honey Clusters


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  1. Well my mouth is watering, Jessica! Yum! What a clever, simple, and delicious recipe. Pinning for future use for sure.

  2. Oh, these look SOOOO yummy! Honey Bunches of Oats is definitely my favorite cereal, too. I have been looking for an easy recipe for something easy to snack on….thanks!!

  3. These sound great! I bet the cereal adds just the perfect crunch!

  4. What a great snack idea! I love Honey Bunches of Oats and having an easy grab and go snack for my busy schedule would be perfect. Thanks for this recipe! #client

  5. Love this! I do something similar but throw in Vega

  6. Those protein clusters look so healthy. I like the fact that they are so easy to make and you don’t have to bake them. And how creative to roll the in Honey Bunches of Oats.

  7. These look amazing! I think I would switch out for Almond butter – but it would be equally delicious!

  8. Honey Bunches of Oats are my favorite snacking cereal and these sound awesome!

  9. These are so amazing, I make something simiar with oats, chocolate chips and peanut butter! They’re so easy and great to grab and go!

  10. This would make a good pie crust too for a single layer pie of almost any type and it is a good way to use little left over cerals.

  11. How many calories and serving size?

  12. Sounds good. Just wondering what a serving size would be and nutritional value would be… Especially calorie, carbs, sugar and fat

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