4 Ways To Get Creative With Protein Powder Exercise & Fitness, Recipes Recommended: Use a voucher code MAS5385 to save an extra 5% when shopping for supplements on iHerb. Protein powder is an essential nutrient needed by everyone for growth and repair. A great way that many people use to ensure that they get their recommended daily allowance of protein is to use protein powder. When it comes to protein powder however, many people write off its uses to only being used in shakes mixed with either water or milk. Yet this is incorrect, as protein powder can be used as an ingredient for many recipes. Here are some ways you can get creative when using your protein powder. Protein Pancakes Time to prepare: 10 minutes Time to cook: 10 minutes Serving Number: 8 Ingredients 6 egg whites 1 cup low-fat cottage cheese 2 scoops of protein powder 1 cup uncooked oats 1 tsp baking powder Vanilla extract (optional) Non-stick cooking spray (1 cal spray is a good option) Directions Beat the egg whites until fluffy. Place all the ingredients except beaten egg whites in a blender or food processor. Pulse or blend until the mixture is smooth then pour into a bowl. Fold the egg whites into the other mixture until blended well. Prepare a pan by spraying with cooking spray. Place little bits of the mixture onto the pan, make one pancake at a time. Cook until both sides are browned. 2 Minute Pudding Time to prepare: 1 minute Time to cook: 1 minute Serving Number: 1 Ingredients 1.5 scoops of protein (works well with chocolate) 1 tbsp peanut butter 1 egg 1 tbsp hot chocolate powder Directions 1) Put all ingredients into a mug and mix well for 1 minute. 2) Put the mug into a microwave for 1 minute (based on a 750kw microwave). 3) The mixture should rise, this is when you know that it is ready. 4) Take out and enjoy! Protein Butter Cups Time to prepare: 10 minutes Time to cool: 30 minutes Serving Number: Depends on the size of the cups Ingredients 1 cup of oats 5 tbsp peanut butter 2 scoops of chocolate protein powder 4 tbsp cocoa powder ½ cup of milk (skimmed is good) Directions 1) Mix everything except the milk into a large bowl. 2) Little by little add the milk into the bowl and keep mixing until a thick batter is formed. 3) Role the mixture into little balls and add them to a baking tray. 4) Put the baking tray into the fridge for 30 minutes. 5) Take them out and enjoy them whenever you fancy. Protein Brownies Time to prepare: 5 minutes Time to cook: 10-15 minutes Time to cool: 25 minutes Serving Number: 16 Ingredients 75g crunchy peanut butter 4 scoops of protein powder 2 tbsp of cocoa powder 200g of uncooked oats 160g of raisins 1 banana (mashed) Directions 1) Heat the oven to 150 degrees Celsius. 2) Place all ingredients into a large bowl. 3) Mix together adding a little water bit by bit until a sticky consistency is formed. 4) Take a baking tin and grease well with butter. 5) Place in the over for 10-15 minutes 6) Remove from the oven and cut into squares. So there you go, a couple of tricks you can use if you are bored with drinking the same milkshake every time. As you can see you can get really creative with any type of protein powder that you purchase at your favorite supplement store, so get creative and try to come up with your own recipe! If you like these new recipes, don’t forget to post your feedback in the comments! Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.