Low-FODMAP Protein Bar Recipe

Kaelin Tuell Poulin, LadyBoss Co-Founder, Weight Loss Expert, Best Selling Author

Kaelin Tuell Poulin is an award-winning fitness professional, best selling author, and weight loss expert who personally lost 65 pounds in 7 months. The founder of The LadyBoss Movement, her LadyBoss Formula has helped tens of thousands of women lose weight and keep it off forever.

These days, so many people are on the lookout for low FODMAP protein bars, and we found a recipe that (we think) makes the best low FODMAP protein bars that you can make at home.

Before we get to that recipe, let’s discuss FODMAPs and what they do to your body.

Ultimately, FODMAPS are short-chain carbohydrates that can mess with your digestive system. They can absorb water and even ferment in your colon. Yuck!

Your body has trouble absorbing these foods, and this can lead to digestive ailments that are both uncomfortable and also dangerous.

Sticking to a low-FODMAP diet can help you reduce bloating, boost your digestive system, and manage symptoms of IBS (irritable bowel syndrome).

To get more low-FODMAP foods in your diet, consider finding a low-FODMAP bars recipe. If you need extra protein on a low-FODMAP diet, find a low-FODMAP protein bars recipe.

And you don’t have to look very far. We found an awesome recipe that will help fill you up and give you the digestive benefits of low-FODMAP foods.

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Low-Fodmap Protein Bars

Whether you’re looking for a great recipe for low-FODMAP granola bars, low-FODMAP energy bars, or low-FODMAP protein bars, you’ve come to the right place. The recipe we have below covers all of those and more.

This recipe includes ingredients that keep you on track with a low-FODMAP diet.

For example, almond butter is one of the best nut butters to use for digestive health. It is rich in dietary fiber that absorbs properly into the colon. Additionally, almond butter adds calcium to this low-FODMAP bars recipe without adding lactose.

The oats in this recipe contain beta-glucan, an extremely powerful soluble fiber that is excellent for aiding weight loss, regulating blood sugar, and promoting the health of good gut bacteria.

We’ve also added dried cranberries and blueberries to the mix because both of these dried fruits are low-FODMAP and they add seemingly countless benefits to the flavor, texture, and nutritional value.

You can even add your favorite low-FODMAP dried fruits and foods to help you boost the flavor of these delicious bars.

Low-Fodmap Protein Bars Recipe

Low-Fodmap Protein Bars Recipe

Prep Time 5 mins
Refrigeration Time 4 hrs


  • ½ c almond butter crunchy or smooth
  • ½ c oats
  • 2 tbsp dried cranberries
  • 2 tbsp dried blueberries


  • In a large mixing bowl, mix almond butter and oats until well-combined.
  • Fold in dried cranberries and dried blueberries.
  • Press into an 8×8 pan lined with parchment paper.
  • Refrigerate for at least 4 hours.

Tips And Tricks To Making The Best Low-FODMAP Energy Bars

If you’re looking for extra energy, the above recipe gives you an added boost while it helps you fight cravings. 

If you want to add even more energy to these bars, add a tablespoon of pumpkin seeds or chopped peanuts. These little add-ons will give you extra protein and a necessary boost of energy.

Overall, when it comes to making the best low-FODMAP bars, thinking about your favorite flavors helps tremendously. You can add a pinch of cinnamon or pumpkin spice to boost the flavor.

Other great add-ons for this recipe include macadamia nuts, walnuts, pinenuts, dried pineapple, and dried strawberries. 

There are endless combinations to make the best low-FODMAP protein bars out there, and most of these items are in your pantry right now.



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