Sugar Free Protein Toffee

Guysssssssss I made protein toffee!!!! Mama bear bought me IMO vitafiber for Christmas and this stuff is incredible!!!! I have been wanting to try this foreverrrrr but it’s pretty pricey and I wasn’t sure if it’d be worth it. BUT IT IS. I am having so much fun baking with it and this is the best thing so far omggg. Makeitmakeit make it you should make it get vitafiber and make this it’s so good and a healthy version of a winter favorite and 5 ingredients yeah so good make it make it get it k yeah k cool.

Speaking of Christmas gifts, how was your Christmas?! If you don’t celebrate, how has the holiday season been for you?! I hope it’s full of friends, family, & relaxation :) It always gets so hectic around this time, but hectic is good. I always view being busy as being loved.

IMG_7162One of my favorite things I got – Jesse bought me this 4 foot plush giraffe that stands up!! Another addition for the giraffe room, yusssss. He also got me some really fancy lights so I can make nicer youtube videos for ya’ll! A scarf, socks, healthy bars (I’m an addict to trying them all XD), starbucks gift cards, movie theater gift cards, these fancy PERIODIC TABLE LIGHT UP COASTERS, and so much more! Fun times with my mom, too. I got to see the gym she is opening in a week!! Jesse and I spent a lot of Christmas with his huuuuge family. He has 5 siblings and just. So many family members hahaha. Always a shock to me to be around since I’m coming from a single-child family, ha. But always fun!



IMG_7871Sugar Free Protein Toffee

Serves: 4

  • 3 TBSP peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup liquid vitafiber
  • 1/2 oz crushed almonds (2 TBSP)
  • 2.5 oz sugar free amberlyn chocolate (or preferred chocolate)
  • 1 scoop of chocolate quest nutrition protein powder

Mix the peanut butter, vitafiber, and crushed almonds. Spread on a baking sheet and bake at 350 F for 7-8 mins. You want it bubbling!!! Once baked up, spread evenly on parchment paper. Not too thin not too thick; use your best judgment. Let cool in the fridge for 30 mins. Then, microwave 2.5 oz chocolate for 1.5 mins, or until just melted (I used 2 bars of sugar free amberlyn chocolates). Once just melted, mix in 1 scoop of chocolate quest nutrition protein powder!!! Spread on top of the cooled down toffee base. I also sprinkled more chopped almonds. Then freeze for 2 hours! Once solid, it will easily break/snap apart into snackable pieces! Enjoy!!!

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  1. Maureen RiceNo Gravatar says:

    I am very excited to see this as I bought vitafiber a couple of weeks ago–I’ve been trying to make caramel corn with it but wanted to try something else :)

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      Ooooh! Caramel corn sounds fantastic though O_O What a wonderful idea! Did you succeed? But YES please do try this! It is crazy. It is in my top 10 favorite recipes I’ve made for sure. So dangerous haaha.

  2. MaureenNo Gravatar says:

    I made a version of these and they were amazing–I did them in a 1″ squares pan. I wanted to make it a bit smores so I crushed up a couple of graham crackers and cut some mini marshmallows in quarters and put bits in the pan before pouring the toffee base in–I also used a chocolate peanut butter protein powder. It was delish.
    I’m still working on the perfect caramel corn but tonight I made a good substitute: 1/4 c vitafiber in a small sauce pan and let it bubble for a minute or two then stir in 2 T nuts’n more toffee crunch peanut butter and stir to dissolve. Stir into about 6 cups plain popcorn and cool. Enjoy

  3. deepikaNo Gravatar says:

    do you need to line the baking sheet with anything before putting it in the oven? will it mess it up if we do add spray or aluminum foil?
    just wondering- i want to keep the longevity of my pan as much as i can since the rest of my pans show their signs of over-use.

  4. LexieNo Gravatar says:

    Oh wow this looks so delicious! What a clever idea! I will definitely be trying this one out at home! By the way, I found a VitaFiber alternative called FiberYum that also makes imo-liquid and imo-powder. It’s slightly cheaper and corn free. Just thought I’d let you know!

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