Rich, moist and chocolately. Nothing beats a big warm chocolate brownie. Apart from when it contains over 18g of protein and is dripping in sticky protein glaze!
I suggest you hide yourself away with these as you won’t want to share them…
There isn’t much that beats the combination of rich chocolate, creamy peanut butter and sweet banana. These little protein filled treats are so quick and simple to make too – the hardest part is not eating them all at once!
I’m a huge fan of puddings in a hurry. Which is why I LOVE this moist chocolate and peanut butter microwave cake. A little mixing and 2 minutes in the microwave and you’ve got yourself a warm steamed pudding that is the perfect canvas for all your favourite toppings!
Before a heavy leg session I always make a big stack of protein pancakes. This week was no different and I had some new Hydra 6 protein from Grenade I was really looking forward to trying. It being so close to Christmas I thought I would put a festive twist on this weeks pancakes, so I topped them with warm stewed apples, raisins and cinnamon which was simply delicious.
These homemade Quest bars taste JUST like the real thing (perhaps even better – yep I said it!) but are a fraction of the cost. You only need to have a little look at my recipes to see that I am a huge fan of peanut butter, so I chose to add Quest craving peanut butter cups to these. Which turned them from tasty to woooaahhhh! I used chocolate whey for the base, you need a really tasty protein powder as this is what provides the base flavour, I used Smart Protein’s chocolate whey which is really creamy and was perfect for this recipe. You will also need the secret ingredient used in Quest bars which is IMO syrup and is available from Muscle Food (as are the PB cups!)
These chocolate chip and almond protein cookies are completely free from flour and contain no added sugar. They are however super simple to make and are really filling. Perfect for an on-the-go high protein snack.
Possibly all of my favourite flavours packed into one tasty treat! These banoffee millionaire protein flapjacks seriously hit the spot if you have a sweet tooth which I certainly do.
Chef to a 100k strong chimp army I had my skinnychimp family in mind when coming up with this recipe. It needed to include a chimp staple – bananas. Toffee was an obvious choice thereafter, which is when I turned to Bulk Powders toffee popcorn whey and topping anything with chocolate improves it right?
I used Get Buzzing’s all natural banana flapjacks for the base. Some would say this is cheating, I would say clever as I had inhaled the entire batch within 20 minutes of coming up with the recipe.
You can either do my ‘cheats method’ or if you are feeling particularly Mary Berry and have more time you can try my ‘from scratch method’ – either way you must try them.
I am an absolute sucker for strawberry creams. At Christmas you will always find me digging through the tin to find them. This year I wanted to ensure I had nailed the perfect healthy protein packed version. With only two ingredients (well three is you count the water?) they are extremely clean and simple to make.
Hi I’m Jamie Alderton, Team Grenade Athlete and Body transformation coach. As I’m currently off season I have a habit of going into Costa and sinking into a big, sugary slice of carrot cake! I pondered and thought there must be a way that I can recreate a healthier version of my favorite slice and voila!
I’m Jason Eacock and my identical twin is Kristian Eacock, we go by the names Jay and Kig and are also known as The Eacock Twins. 24 years old and proud Athlete’s for SCI-MX Nutrition, we’re both fully qualified engineers, however, fitness and nutrition is our lives and after leaving university we both pursued our passion and opened our own fitness facility as a joint business venture called Revolution Fitness. Diet and nutrition is what we love the most about fitness and we are both very passionate about using diet to reach our goals.
This easy-to-make recipe is one of my absolute favourites. It’s so easy, convenient and unbelievably great tasting that I have it every single day! I have many reasons for choosing this recipe, not only the ones I have already stated but also because it is quick to do and gives a high protein source of nutrition. It is so versatile that almost anything can be added to increase flavour or to change the macronutrient ratios! I absolutely love having whey protein as it is one of the best sources of protein available. When dieting down it is so easy to waste calories of food that help you hit your macros but do not satisfy hunger cravings. This recipe gives a low fat source of protein and carbs but also gives a very full feeling that you may not necessarily achieve from a whey protein shake alone. Did I also mention how good it tastes? For this you will need the following.
These protein ‘After Eight’ chocolates couldn’t be more simple to make. With only two ingredients, a little melting and chilling you can enjoy healthy chocolates that fit your macros! (whoop!)
Skinny Chimp Ambassador Kirstie here with a scrummy little treat for you all to get your chimpy mouths round!
I am currently prepping for my first ever show at the end of October, so this little snack has helped me a lot with cravings and is great with fitting in with my macros earlier on in my prep! I recently made this little beauty for a Macmillian Cancer coffee morning I had at work. It was great to share some healthy tips with the rest of the office and show them that healthy food can be tasty and can be a treat! They were all pleasantly surprised at how “Normal” it tasted! Check out how I made it and enjoy!
These deliciously moist and sticky chocolate orange high protein flapjacks combine the sweet oaty taste of the regular flapjacks you love, but are lower in fat, high in protein and contain no added sugar! They are an ideal option if you are looking for a healthy high protein snack you can take to work with you.
Hi, my names’s Andrew Daish (Daishy) and I am a Swedish international rugby player. I currently play in National 1 for Old Albanians. Off the field, I am a PE teacher and a crossfitter.
I started baking when I was young with my Granny and she taught me the basics but as the demands of a busy lifestyle and a sweet tooth, I always wanted to develop protein based deserts.
I started to experiment with protein based recipes after having shoulder surgery to keep focus on long term goals and mental stimulation. Of course, I have created some really tasty protein based deserts (according to the rugby boys) but also had some recipes that just didn’t work.
I hope you enjoy this recipe – try not to eat it all at once.
This banana protein whip is one of the most simple but most delicious creations to date. Fluffy, creamy and delicious it’s perfect as healthy pudding or a far more interesting way of increasing your protein intake. You could also substitute the banana for frozen berries but this recipe was created with my hungry Skinny Chimp‘s in mind!
This incredible creation came from a late night need for pudding on a low carb day. Made using whey protein, egg and milk it’s pretty much carb free. Feel free to pimp it up as you wish. Naturally I added copious amounts of nuts n’more to mine, along with Wheyhey’s delicious protein ice cream and Walden Farms sugar free caramel sauce.
A one serving protein mug cake that’s ready in less than 5 minutes, even the laziest of cooks need to try this one!
These butterscotch and cashew butter protein cookies are made with only 3 ingredients and are a perfect healthy on the go breakfast or snack which are super quick to knock up. I really like the combination of the cashew butter with the butterscotch flavoured protein powder. But try experimenting with your favourite nut butter and protein powder like peanut butter and chocolate whey.
This recipe for high protein Quest bar apple crumble with vanilla protein custard was inspired by Quest Nutrition’s ’15 second recipes’ – if you haven’t seen these check them out. Not quite 15 seconds but pretty close, this recipe is really quick and simple but with big tasty rewards and over 35g protein per serving! The protein custard is nothing short of a genius invention (if I do say so myself). Made all the more delicious with my all time favourite vanilla flavour whey protein powder from Smart Protein.
I have always wanted to try out a baked oats recipe and when I acquired a freezer full of home picked blackberries I knew now was the time to try one out! The obvious pairing with blackberries was apples, which also feature in the recipe. Baked oats make a great substitute for protein porridge if time allows, or are equally tasty eaten cold as a healthy on the go breakfast or snack.
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I love cookie dough. Simple as that.
The warm, melt in your mouth, so soft texture, combined with a flavour that just lingers on and on and on. Its so moreish. So tasty. And so damaging to your diet!
Thats why I had to find a healthier alternative. Of course, that meant looking at making some with protein powder. After a few failed attempts of making protein cookies and only part baking them (and a lot of wasted time) I was able to find this no-bake protein cookie dough solution.
The texture is there, the flavour can be whatever you want, and you can have it hot or cold. Simply microwaving it for a few seconds will give it the winter-warming feel I love. However letting it ‘set’ for 20 minutes or so in the fridge gives it a completely new dimension. I usually go half and half with the batches I make. Eating half straight out the fridge, and the remaining warm.
Best of both worlds!
This is pretty easy to make, and the flavour combinations are almost endless. You can take a look here for some protein powder suggestions, and you can let your mind run wild with the ingredients you’ll use as your ‘filling’.
The purpose of demonstration however, im going to share my recipe for making a white chocolate & berry, vanilla peanut butter cookie dough.
This high protein white chocolate & raspberry blondie trifle gives a new a new twist on an old classic. No soggy ladies fingers here!
The star of the show is The Protein Bakery’s black & white blondie with a cameo appearance from Muscle Mousse. This trifle packs a huge protein punch with only a fraction of the fat and sugar of a grandma’s homemade trifle but with all the flavour!
This recipe will make 1 large individual serving or enough for 2 to share if you are feeling generous.