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Make this tasty vegan protein waffle recipe in just 15 minutes! All you’ll need is a cheap silicone waffle mould or a waffle maker (if you have one) and a few simple ingredients. And, you can also make pancakes with the waffle batter – bonus!
Looking for a new protein ball recipe? You haven’t lived until you’ve tried peanut butter brownie bombs.
Going low-carb but can’t imagine a life without your favourite cheesy garlic bread? Then try cauliflower garlic bread! This low-carb, high-protein, cheesy dish will be your go-to recipe to satisfy your junk food cravings and then some – minus the guilt.
This vegan cookie dough recipe is super easy to make. Simply blend and eat raw.
The humble chickpea is much more versatile than we once thought! Forget hummus or even falafel – you can now use chickpeas and chickpea brine in your desserts. Chickpeas add fibre, protein, and a whole host of vitamins and minerals. And trust us, this vegan chickpea cookie dough doesn’t taste like chickpeas at all.
Using coconut flour means this vegan cookie dough can safely be eaten raw and also becomes gluten-free – perfect for those with gluten intolerance.
For a protein-boost, try mixing in your favourite vegan protein powder. Simply add a splash of dairy-free milk with the protein powder and you’ll be good to go.
Batch cook your lunches in advance with this flavoursome, vegan-friendly, high-protein lentil dal. Vegan meal prep has never been so easy!
This one-pot spicy lentil dal gets the bulk of its protein from nutrient-dense lentils and chickpeas, which are also loaded with fibre and essential vitamins and minerals such as folate, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, iron, phosphorus, and zinc.
This tasty, moist, and super-easy-to-make recipe is the only protein doughnut recipe you’ll ever need. Each protein doughnut contains just 161kcal and 5g fat, and a whopping 8g protein. Who said doughnuts couldn’t be healthy?
If you feel like showing off this Christmas, top your protein doughnuts with green frosting (in the recipe below) and make a little stack of doughnuts like we did – or if not, simply bake, top with your favourite topping and gobble them down.
If you haven’t tried protein fluff before, you’re missing out. It’s the low-carb, high-protein dessert recipe that’s been making its way around the fitness community for years – great for a super-filling weight-loss snack.
Protein fluff is simply made from your favourite protein powder mixed with a splash of milk or soda (and a few optional extras if you’re feeling fancy), whisked up to a monstrous volume to keep you full for hours.
Make the right kind of gains this Christmas with the ultimate protein fluff trifle.
No Christmas is complete without trifle, but at what cost? Ditch the unhealthy desserts this Christmas and make the most delicious, protein-packed protein fluff trifle to rival the Christmas classic.
Finding yourself reaching for the junk food? Try this protein shake meal replacement for a nutritionally balanced, ultra-convenient way to help you stick to your healthy eating plan.