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Powdered peanut butter has a ton of benefits over the traditional option. For one thing, the very process that produces the powder, also removes a massive amount of fat and calories while preserving the protein content.   And, of course, it still tastes like peanut butter. But, powdered peanut butter is also much more adaptable than the classic version since... well, it's a powder. This means it can easily to thrown into sauces and other dishes to give them some amazing flavor and nutrition. ...

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With significantly less fat and total calories than standard peanut butter, powdered peanut butter protein is an appealing option.   For many people, though, when they do get their hands on some of this exciting powder, they just don't know what to do with it.   So here are a few ideas of how to use powdered peanut butter throughout your day.   Breakfast – Peanut Butter and Jelly Pancakes   1 cup flour ½ cup Naked PB powdered peanut butter protein 2 tsp baking powder Pinch of salt 1 cup milk...

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For the gluten-free athletes out there, pizza can present a terrible challenge. For one thing, it's pizza. And who doesn't want pizza? But, it's pretty challenging to manage the clean removal of gluten from a bread-based meal.   Of course, there are other challenges involved. Specifically, pizza isn't exactly well-rounded from a nutritional perspective – depending on what toppings you opt for.   Fortunately, there are options. In fact, this gluten free protein pizza recipe, allows you to solv...

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With Valentine's Day already passed, we’re guessing it was difficult to keep your diet clean. So, we're going to help you out.   Here's a simple recipe for some special after Valentine's Day protein chocolate truffles.   ¼ cup dried dates, pitted ¼ cup Naked Nutrition Vanilla Protein Powder 1/8 cup oats 1 tbsp coconut flour 3 squares dark chocolate, melted water, as needed (about ¼ cup)     Place all of the ingredients except for the chocolate in a blender and combine until thoroughly m...

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Soup isn't typically what one would think of as a “high-protein food,” especially when it's vegetable based.   But, with a little creativity, it's possible to enjoy a spicy-sweet coconut curry pumpkin soup while getting your protein. And, by “creativity,” we mean “Naked Nutrition Pea Protein Powder.”   Here's the recipe.   1 scoop Naked Nutrition Pea Protein Powder 1 tbsp extra virgin coconut oil 1 ½ tbsp green curry paste 3 ½ cup pumpkin puree 1 ¾ cup vegetable broth 1 can light coconut m...

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Check out this great recipe using Naked Whey to add a protein punch to one of our favorite foods.     Spicy Cauliflower Crust Protein Pizza Ingredients: 1 large cauliflower head, cut into florets ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese 2 cups grated mozzarella, divided 5 scoops Naked Nutrition Naked Whey grass fed whey protein powder 6 dashes Tapatio, plus more as needed 2 large eggs ½ teaspoon of salt ¼ cup of your favorite pizza sauce Spicy sausage or pepperoni (optional) Fresh basil, for garnish...

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As you may or may not be aware, both whey and casein are components of milk that are separated during the cheesemaking process.   The whey is the liquid portion left behind while casein makes up the solid curds that are removed for making glorious cheese. This means that casein is, among other this, much creamier than whey.   When it comes to more creative applications, then, casein is a perfect candidate for baking and “dessert smoothies.”   Bedtime Recovery Shake   Since casein breaks down ...

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