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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Protein Powder Recipes

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Protein Powder Recipes

 

If you’re getting sick and tired of the same old protein shake, never fear…. We are bringing you some of our top protein powder recipes. Consuming an adequate amount of protein is essential for support a healthy metabolism and support your muscles for a  healthy recovery from an intense workout. While we all love a good protein shake, these recipes incorporate protein powder in a new and exciting way. Below you will find recipes for pizza crust, rice krispy treats, and much more. You can eat your cake and be healthy still!

 

Top Protein Powder Recipes

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Protein Rice Krispie Treats

Now, you might cut down on the sugar and gluten in this yummy dessert recipe, but you won’t risk the flavor.  While using natural peanut butter which replaces processed marshmallows and ups the protein count to eight grams per piece, along with protein powder. Make a batch, then store the rest for the on the go treat.

 

Serves: 9

Prep time: 5 minutes

Freeze time: 30 minutes

Ingredients

Coconut oil

4 cups brown rice crisps (or classic Rice Krispies)

½ cup all-natural peanut butter (or other nut butter), partially melted

½ cup brown rice syrup

3 scoops of PhysIQ vanilla protein powder

1 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

  1. Grease a 9-inch by 9-inch pan with coconut oil or line it with parchment paper. Set aside.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix together melted peanut butter, brown rice syrup, protein powder, and vanilla until it forms a dough consistency.
  3. Add brown rice crisps to the peanut butter mixture. Use your hands to gently fold the rice crisps into the mixture. Then, pour mixture into the pan.
  4. Using a spatula, spread the mixture out evenly and press into a pan so the bars are compact.
  5. Place into freezer for at least 30 minutes
  6. Before serving or storing, use a sharp knife to cut your treats into squares.

protein pizza

  1. Protein Pizza Crust

The perfect pizza to gain an edge. This dough is gluten-free and has 9.5 grams of protein per serving.  You will want to ensure the crust is baked fully before adding your toppings and broil for another five to ten minutes. Then designing the pizza is up to you. We suggest throwing on more protein like chicken, eggs and much more to get that ultimate protein meal.

 

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Combine all dry ingredients and mix until blended. Add eggs and mix until well combined. Add boiling water and mix until dough thickens and start to stick to beaters. Place ball on a greased baking sheet. Spray a piece of parchment with oil and place on to of the dough to help spread without sticking. Use a rolling pin or your hands to spread the dough into a 16 inch round. The dough will rise 2-3 times its size so make the thickness one-third of what you want the final pizza to be (I like a ¼ inch thick crust so I start with about ⅛ inch or less thickness).
  2. Place in oven and Bake for 25 minutes. Remove crust from oven and brush with butter of coconut oil and return to oven. Broil for 3-8 minutes or until crust is crisp (Be careful, watch closely during this step to make sure it doesn’t burn, just crisps up). I start the broil with it flipped over to crisp the bottom and then flip over and broil the top. Add topping and broil for another 5-10 minutes until cheese is melted and starts to brown. Makes 6 servings.

protein pizza

3.Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Balls

Healthy cookie dough? You better believe we had to show you these amazing chocolate chip cookie dough protein balls. They’re grain-free, dairy-free, vegan, and can be made with only five ingredients. The best part of all they feature PhysiQ vanilla protein powder, giving each ball a whopping five grams of protein.

 

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

2 Scoops PhysIQ protein powderTM

1 cup almond meal

½ cup nut butter

¼ cup maple syrup

¼ cup dairy-free mini chocolate chips

 

Preparation

 

  • Place protein powder and almond meal in a medium-size bowl and mix.
  • Then, add in nut butter and maple syrup and mix again. At this point, the batter should be just like cookie dough.
  • Finally, add in chocolate chip and mix one last time. Using a tablespoon cookie scoop, scoop out dough into your palms and roll into balls. Repeat.

 

tiramisu protein pancakes

  1. Tiramisu Protein Pancakes

You are going to literally flip when you try these caffeinated flapjacks that pack a whopping 46 grams of protein per serving. The best part is in between the pancakes, layer the healthy sweet filling that’s made from banana, cottage cheese, and coffee extract.

For the Pancakes

  • 1/3 cup rolled oats
  • 1 scoop (30g) PhysIQ vanilla protein powder*TM
  • 2 Tablespoons ground flax seed
  • 1/2 teaspoon sodium-free baking powder
  • 1 egg white
  • 1/4 cup strong brewed cold coffee
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon coffee extract

For the Sweet “Cream” Filling

  • 1/3 cup low-fat no-salt-added cottage cheese
  • 1/2 large banana
  • 1/8 teaspoon coffee extract
  • unsweetened cocoa powder for dusting

Instructions

For the Pancakes

  1. Heat a non-stick skillet or pancake griddle over medium heat.
  2. In a small food processor or blender, ground oats into flour.
  3. Combine oat flour, protein powder, ground flax, and baking powder in a bowl.
  4. In a separate bowl, whisk egg white until frothy.
  5. Add coffee and extracts to egg white, stir and add to dry ingredients.
  6. Stir until flour is incorporated.
  7. Let batter sit at least 5 minutes before continuing.
  8. Spoon batter onto skillet surface, forming 3 medium-sized pancakes.

9.Cook 5-6 minutes per side, or until golden brown with crisp edges.

For the Sweet “Cream” Filling

Combine cottage cheese, banana, and extract in a small food processor or blender and blend until smooth.

Protein brownie batter

  1. Brownie Batter Protein Oatmeal

If you love sweats for breakfast then this is the ultimate meal for you.  You’ll start your day on a healthy not thanks to this amazing blend of almond milk, greek yogurt, cocoa powder, oats, and protein powder. You will need to allow the mix to sit overnight for softer oats, which you can enjoy cold or hot.

Prep Time: 5-10 minutes

Ingredients

1 cup Unsweetened almond milk

½ cup plain low-fat greek yogurt

2 TBS Unsweetened cocoa powder

⅛TSP Salt

2 TBS Baking Stevia ( or ¼ cup sweetener that measures like sugar)

1 Cup Old fashioned oats

¼ cup PhysIQ Protein PowderTM

protein oreo cookies

  1. Oreo Protein Cookies

This treat takes less than 10 minutes to make. With PhysIQ protein powderTM in the cookie and the filling, you’ll get 10 grams of the muscle-building macro in each piece. This is perfect for a quick protein treat on the go. I mean who doesn’t like Oreo cookies with milk, right?

Prep Time: 5 Minutes

Cook Time: 6 minutes

Ingredients

2 TBSP IMO Syrup

4 TBSP Black Onyx cocoa powder

2 TBSP PhysIQ Vanilla ProteinTM

Ingredients for Filling

1 TBSP Mascarpone Cheese

2 TBSP PhysIQ Vanilla ProteinTM

Instructions:

  1. First, make your cookies by chucking all the above cookie ingredients in a bowl and mixing it up with a spoon until you get a soft dough that you can mold with your hands into ‘balls’ (it’s going to feel like play-dough!) If your dough is too sticky to allow you to do this, add a bit more cocoa powder to it until you get to the right consistency.
  2. Shape 6-10 ‘balls’ out of the mix (depending on how big you want your cookies) and, using your hands, flatten them and place them on a nonstick baking tray or a regular cookie tray lined with baking paper.
  3. Bake at 200C (around 395 F) for no more than 6 minutes. Yes: NO MORE THAN SIX MINUTES! They often take 5 minutes to cook so please check them after five and if they’re cooked through, take them out of the oven.

protein chocolate Popsicle

  1. Chocolate Almond Popsicles

These are just amazing, especially after a hard workout and you need something to cool off with. These are very quick and simple to make and are amazing for those hot sunny days during summer.

Ingredients

2 Scoops of PhysIQ protein powderTM

1 can of organic almond milk

4 TBSP Black Onyx cocoa powder

Instructions: Blend ingredients and pour into popsicle molds; Freeze.

vanilla protein pudding

  1. Protein Pudding

The plus side with this recipe is that you can play with it more by adding bananas to the mix or even berries to give it that extra blast of flavor that everyone can agree on. This is also a great choice for kids and a very healthy snack.

Ingredients

1 scoop of PhysIQ protein powderTM

6 oz plain greek yogurt

1-2 tsp of water

Instructions: Mix protein powder and Greek yogurt. Add 1 to 2 tsp of water, as needed, to thin out the mixture.

 

Remember, there is nothing wrong with making a simple protein shake. But, there is also nothing wrong with changing things up a bit and be creative with your protein powder. Make sure to check out our other blogs on tips and tricks to help with your fitness goals. Who knows you might just end up biohacking your fitness.

 

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