Shelf Life of homemade Huel Bars?

So I whipped up some huel bars using one of the recipes here… I know huel in liquid is good for 24 hours, I’m wondering what the shelf life of homemade huel bars are? And should they be refrigerated?

The mix was mostly dry outside of vanilla extract, peanut butter, and honey.

It truly depends on your recipe! If you want to share the one you used I might be able to provide you with a more detailed response😁

Shelf life is determined by the water activity in your particular recipe so I recommend you keep them chilled in some kind of a sealed container💪

And send some pictures! I bet they were delicious. Enjoy the day❤

From my personal experience in making Huel muffins and cookies (baked Huel products), I store in the fridge and they have stayed good for 7 to 10 days in most cases. Especially if I don’t use dairy or eggs in the recipe, it should stay good for a decent period of time.

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Hey guys - thanks for the input. I did keep them in a container in the refrigerator. They seemed to have kept just fine. I’m not sure how to tell when they “went bad” though…

Anyway - here is the recipe - turned out pretty good. The mix was a little dry and hard to pack so I did add a little water at the end. Maybe more peanut butter next time.

Huel - 1 large scoop vanilla
Huel - 1 of the old small scoops of Huel Black chocolate
Granola - 1/2 cup Nature’s Path coconut chia granola
Cocoa rice cereal - 1 1/3 cup - “Brown Rice Cacao Crips”
Shredded coconut - 3 tbsp
Vanilla Extract - 1 tsp
Walnuts - 1/3 cup
Peanut Butter - 4 tbsp
Honey - 1/3 cup
Cocoa Powder - 1 tsp
Mini Chocolate chips - 1/3 cup
Water - about 2 tbsp? - I splashed some in at the end to help it stick.

Rolled them in just a little cocoa powder at the end to prevent sticking and add a little flavor

I’ve make Huel bread frequently, it never lasts more than a few hours.

It get’s eaten too quickly :sunglasses:

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