This page has been updated for March, 2010, to include protein bars labeled "100% Whey" or "High Protein". All nutrition information is from the product label and/or the manufacturer's website.
Note: This post is in the process of being updated. If you see anything incorrect, please comment, and we'll do our best to fix it. We'd also love to hear about any feedback you might have on this page. This post is dedicated to Dr. Michael Greger, author of The Protein Book, and to the many people who continue to use protein bars to improve their health . If you would like to support this blog, you can make a donation. Nutrition Facts Protein Bar Calories 120 kcal Fat 0 grams Saturated Fat 0 grams Carbs 0 grams Fiber 0 grams Sugars 0 grams Protein 0 grams Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0% Calcium 0% Iron 0% Calcium (mg) 0% Iron (mg) 0% How to make a protein bar from scratch (makes about 5 servings) 1. Buy a bag of soy milk. I use Daiya brand, but there are a few other brands you can get at your grocery store, like Tofutti. 2. You will need to buy the following ingredients: 3. Melt the butter, coconut oil, and sugar in a large pot.