If you’re on a calorie or macronutrient controlled diet, you know how important it is to hit your protein goals each and every day. One of the easiest ways to boost your protein intake is to use protein powders, but over time that can become quite boring and samey. Especially if you only have one flavour!
If you can boost the protein in your meals then you’ve saved yourself the time and effort it takes to chug back a protein shake, and with this in mind we decided to do some research and create a helpful list of recipes you can make using protein powder!
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Everybody loves a pancake! And what’s better than combining them with one of the most delicious desserts around? These tiramisu protein pancakes are a great way of getting a big chunk of protein into your breakfast, a whopping 46 grams! Take a look over at Kiss My Broccoli for this recipe and more!
Oatmeal (or porridge if you prefer) is a staple diet of many breakfast lovers, not just those looking for a protein-rich meal. Radical Strength‘s recipe gives you lots of options to customise your oatmeal, and is also high in protein and low in fat. Win!
When you’re trying to get more protein in your diet, pizza is the last thing that you think of. BUT, with this pizza dough recipe from A Beautiful Mess, you can enjoy a delicious pizza with toppings of your choice with less calories and more protein!
From the genius mind that is One Clever Chef, these apple protein muffins are not only tasty and full of protein but super easy to make! If you don’t have time to make a proper breakfast in the morning then these grab-and-go muffins are perfect for you.
Ice cream? Yum! Spinach ice cream? WHAT?
YES! The Pancake Princess blog has managed to combine a high protein leafy vegetable with a deliciously tasty dessert! Combining vanilla yogurt and chocolate protein powder makes this ice cream truly amazing. Why not give it a try and let us know what you think?
If you used to love licking the spoon (or bowl) when making cakes as a kid, then you’ll LOVE these Cake Batter Protein Balls from Fit Foodie Finds!
Bake It Paleo has a fantastic recipe for cookie lovers! Even better, these cookies are low in carbohydrates and high in protein – perfect!
If you’re like me, bread is the best thing ever. But, when you’re following a macronutrient diet it can be difficult to include bread as it can take you over your carbohydrate goal. This is where protein bread comes in! The recipe from Jacked on the Beanstalk us low in carbs and fat, and high in protein!
American breakfast waffles are one of the tastiest breakfasts of all! However, they usually are high in carbs, and when smothered in maple syrup or butter, are high in fat also. But with Health Beet‘s 90 calorie waffles, you can have your waffle and eat it too! Just add low fat squirty cream and some healthy fruit such as blueberries to top it off! YUM!
9. 90 Calorie Waffle Recipe
This donut recipe from Avatar Nutrition blog is a game changer! Each donut in their recipe is less than 90 calories and contains just under 10 grams of protein! Not to mention the fact that they are VERY tasty!