Prolon L-Bar Nut-Based Bar Copycat Recipe

You have been asking me for Prolon L-Bar Recipes, so here’s the Nut-Based Bar copycat recipe. So far, we have the Prolon crackers, Choco Crisp Bars, soups, and the L-Drink. You don’t have to eat the same foods as you find in the Prolon kit to do a modified fast. Personally, I prefer The Easiest and Simplest Meal Plan Ever For Your Modified Fast but I understand why you love getting these recipes and I am happy to create them.

Original Prolon L-Bar Nutrition Facts

As usual, let’s start by looking at the nutrition facts for the original Prolon L-Bars.

Copycat Prolon Nut Based Bar Nutrition Facts

Here are the nutrition facts for my copycat version. I want to reiterate that nutrition facts can be off by as much as 20%, but that’s how close I could get.

Prolon Nut Based Bars Recipe

Makes 10 bars


  • 1 cup raw macadamia nuts, chopped
  • 1/4 flax seeds
  • 1 Tbsp vitamin E or 20 softgels (increases your fat content)
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup chopped pecans
  • 1/4 cup chopped or sliced almonds
  • 2 Tbsp coconut flour
  • 1/4 cup almond butter
  • 1/3 cup inulin
  • 1 Tbsp shredded coconut
  • 2 Tbsp coconut oil


  1. Mix all your dry ingredients (inulin, nuts, seeds, coconut flour, and coconut).
  2. Melt your coconut oil on low heat on the stovetop. Add the honey, almond butter, and vitamin E (if you have softgels open them.)
  3. Mix with the dry ingredients.
  4. Spread the mixture in a loaf pan lined with parchment paper.
  5. Refrigerate or freeze until hard enough to cut into bars.
  6. Cut into 10 bars.

Some Notes About the Prolon Nut Based Bars Copy Cat Ingredients

There are some things I wanted to mention regarding the ingredients of this nut-based bar recipe.


First, I didn’t have macadamia nuts, so I used cashews. You can do that as well but be aware that cashews contain more carbs so you will be changing the nutritional profile of the recipe. I love this visual representation you can find on The Diet Doctor.

Vitamin E (tocopherols)

When it comes to the nutrition facts of the Prolon Nut Based Bars, the only difference the vitamin E softgels make is to increase the fat content of the recipe. They add a total of 10 grams of fat to the recipe. I didn’t have much time (that’s why I didn’t end up getting macadamia nuts and used cashews), so I just purchased the only vitamin E brand I could find at my Superstore.

Buy a liquid version of your vitamin E supplement if you don’t want to have to open your softgels like I did.

More About Tocopherols

Tocopherols are a group of chemicals that make up the vitamin E family. Tocotrienols and tocopherols may be referred to as vitamin E, but notice that the ingredients for the nut-bar recipe specify tocopherols.

Vitamin E is an antioxidant, so it helps neutralize free radicals. Free radicals are linked to skin aging, cancer, and inflammation.

I mentioned that there is a distinction between tocotrienols and tocopherols (the groups of chemicals in the vitamin E family). Research has shown that only tocopherols can correct vitamin E deficiency, so it looks like tocopherols is the form your body needs to function efficiently.

A 2014 study found that the antioxidant properties of vitamin E may help protect the brain from free radical injury.


I bought my inulin on Amazon. Inulin is a prebiotic fiber and it looks like a fine powder. Prebiotics feed the good bacteria in your gut, so it’s always a good idea to add them to your diet. Inulin is usually made from chicory roots. Some excellent foods sources of prebiotics are:

  • Chicory root
  • Onions
  • Oatmeal
  • Asparagus
  • Dandelion greens
  • Jerusalem artichokes
  • Bananas
  • Barley
  • Apples

So, just as a quick recap: probiotics are live bacteria found in foods or supplements while prebiotics nourish the good bacteria in your gut. They are both beneficial to your health and well-being.

Prolon Nut-Based Bar Recipe Video