Nut and Seed Free Bars for an Active Child
A granola bar recipe to which you can add a scoop or two of protein powder--whatever flavor you prefer... Chef Jay's is a brand I personally like... http://deescereal.net/recipes/Quick-Granola-Bar-Recipe.html or)
http://www.dietriffic.com/2007/09/14/healthy-granola-bar-recipe/ (omit nuts
Here is a straight protein bar: http://www.cooksrecipes.com/appetizer/high-protein-bars-recipe.html)
http://www.ellenskitchen.com/recipebox/powetrec.html (obviously just omit nut/seed optional
http://thedietpulpit.wordpress.com/20... (just use regular maple syrup
...hope something in there inspires!
I'm not sure how high you need the protein per serving to be, I have a recipe for Morning Glory Muffin bars that I can paraphrase if you like. No nuts involved but it does call for bran cereal( which is the only pre-made ingredient that might have nuts hidden in it... I use all bran buds which I just noticed contains psyllium seed husks... ) otherwise the main ingredients are carrots, raisins and yogurt. The nutritional info is: 171 Calories/4g Protein/7g Fat/28g Carbs/5g fibre(which assumes you're using low/no fat yogurt like the recipe suggests). If you like I can paraphrase it as it was a Heartsmart recipe. I think the protein content could be increased if you were to use silken tofu in place of the yogurt but I'm not sure if soy-based products are a problem for him.