Low Carb Coconut Lime Bars

LowCarbCoconutLimeBars acb989b8 ee3d 4781 a702

Try our Low Carb Coconut Lime Bars!


– 1 cup Organic coconut Flour
– 1/2 cup shredded coconut
– 1/2 cup Coconut Butter Melted
– 3 tablespoons Sugar Free Maple Syrup (or Honey)
– 2 scoop Petite Protein Vegan Vanilla Powder
– 1/2 teaspoon Cinnamon

– 3 cans of full fat Coconut Cream (Chilled Overnight)
– Juice from 2 limes ( zested & then squeezed)
– 1/3 cup Organic Honey (or Sugar Free maple Syrup)
– 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract


1. Line a square baking tray (or rectangular; whatever you have) with baking paper hanging over the sides.

2. Make crust : combine all ingredients together and smooth out an even layer of it into the bottom of the lined tray.

3. Make filling : open refrigerated cans of coconut cream and using a spoon , scoop out the thick coconut cream on top into a bowl. DO NOT use the liquid remaining at the bottom (set this aside and use another time for a smoothie, ect.)

4. Using a mixer beat the coconut cream until it’s nice and fluffy and resembles whipped cream (about 4-5 mins).

5. Add the lime juice and the honey (or maple syrup) and mix with hand mixer for a further minute until it’s all combined.

6. Pour filling over the crust & smooth it out using as spatula. Sprinkle zest over the top and place in the freezer to set for 2 hours.

7. Once set, remove the solid slab from the tray and cut into squares! Let thaw for 10 mins and enjoy!  (Makes 10 bars)

Note: bars will melt if left out! Once cut place them in a container and keep them in the freezer to enjoy for next time 😊

*** For a Keto option ; substitute honey/maple syrup for another sweet alternative such as agarve or stevia.

Serving Size : 1 bar (5x5cm)
Calories: 120
Carbs: 8g
Fats: 4g
Protein: 5g

Recipe courtesy of Petite Protein

Image: FD Media

Whey Protein FAQ’s

Photo 18 9 20 7 49 10 am

How is our Whey Protein Concentrate made?

Milk is gathered from grass-fed cows and taken to the cheese manufacturing facility. From here cheese is produced and liquid whey is left over from that process. This liquid whey is then goes through a process called “cold filtrated cross flow ultra-filtration”. This is a natural process where the whey travels through a factory of stainless pipes that slowly filter out fats and lactose. The whey is filtered to 80% protein and dried to create our Whey Protein. The protein is then tested for purity . 

For WPI  further isolation process which reduces the lactose, fat and carbohydrates to less than 1%.

How much protein do I need per day?

The perfect amount of protein for any one individual depends on many factors, including their activity level, age, muscle mass, physique goals and current state of health. 

Contact our qualified team for a personalised nutritional plan.

Will protein powder make me bulky?

No single food will cause you to appear ‘bulky’, provided you aren’t eating in a large calorie surplus. 

Pure protein powders  WPC or WPI contain very little fat and carbohydrates which make them ideal for anyone looking to lose fat and gain lean muscle. However mass gainer protein powders are designed to assist with weight gains so they contain added carbohydrates and fats to help with this goal.

The benefit of a protein powder is they’re a very pure, convenient and fast acting protein source. Protein powders are great to replenish muscles post workout or to have throughout the day in order to meet individual macro/calorie goals.

Which Protein is better, WPC or WPI?

WPC and WPI are both fast absorbed proteins and can both be used post workout. They are both low in fats and carbohydrates per serve. 

If you have a lactose intolerance we suggest WPI as it has significantly less lactose per serve and a slightly higher protein hit.

Can I drink protein powder while pregnant or breastfeeding?

We suggest to speak to a health professional prior to taking any supplements. 

While women do take protein powders while pregnant, here at Fifth label we always include the mandatory supplements and sports food warning on all our protein powders which states that they should not be taken while pregnant or breastfeeding. Whilst our products contain no hidden nasties, we do suggest seeking professional advice prior to taking any supplements.

What are the benefits of using Protein Powder?

It is important that we consume enough protein each day to cover our body’s needs. Protein helps our bodies to maintain a proper fluid balance, builds and repairs muscle and bones aswell as aids in the production of hormones and enzymes. Protein transports nutrients, and provides many other essential functions. Protein has a long term effect of slowing age -related muscle loss regardless of activity levels. 

Consuming adequate amounts of daily protein will aid in weight loss due to it’s ability to keep you feeling full for longer!

How do I use protein powder?

Using protein powder is simple! 

Start by filling your shaker with water (200-300ml) then add your scoop of protein. Put the lid on, shake and drink! 

We recommend 10 seconds of vigorous shaking to ensure there is no lumps. 

You can use protein powder at any time of the day. 

Protein powders make perfect snacks, they are filling and can be blended with fruits and various other ingredients to make a complete meal! 

The most vital time to consume your protein shake is post workout, directly after your training session when your muscles are in need of a hit!

What ways can I consume protein powder?

There are many yummy ways you consume our protein products such as; 

  • Protein balls 
  • High protein Chocolate 
  • Pancakes 
  • A Mouse 
  • Mix through Muesli 
  • High protein cake 
  • Fresh smoothies 
  • Delicious Ice cream 
  • Cookies 
  • Donuts 


Banana Protein Slice

banana protein slice

Banana Protein Slice

Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 15 min


  • 100g Coconut Flour
  • 80g Organic Stevia
  • 1.5tbps Vanilla Extract
  • 40g Nuttelex Lite
  • 2 scoops Chocolate Protein
  • 1tsp Ground Cinnamon
  • 10g Baking Powder
  • 2.5 Medium Bananas
  • 20g Cocoa Premium Dark (Cadbury)


Step 1: Preheat the oven to 180C, Line a 9-inch square baking tray

Step 2: Peel and mash bananas, in a medium bowl whisk in the stevia, vanilla extract, cinnamon and butter until combined.  Add coconut flour, protein powder, cocoa and baking powder. Stir with a spatula until mixture becomes a smooth batter.

Step 5: Pour batter into prepared baking tray

Step 6: Bake for 15-20min

Step 7: Check to see if they are done.

Remove from the oven and serve glazed with sugar free maple syrup


Servings: 9

Calories: 136
Total Fat: 4.7g
Total Carbohydrates: 12.1g
Protein: 8.1g

(Per 1 serving)

Item added to cart.
0 items - $0.00

Join the FIFTH. movement

Get 10% Off Your First Order