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With a quality protein powder and a little creativity, there really is no limit to the incredible recipes that you can come up with. Or, at least, there is no limit to the incredible recipes you can find on the internet.   And, to support you in your efforts, here is a simple vanilla protein powder recipe for some delicious banana bread muffins.     1 large ripe banana, mashed 3/4 cup egg whites 1/2 cup plain low fat Greek yogurt 3/4 cup oats 2 scoops Naked Nutrition Vanilla Protein Powder ...

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Let's be honest. As much as we all love pizza, it's not exactly what most would traditionally consider a “health food.” Various fats, piled high on a bed of carbs does not amount to a balanced meal.   But, what if you could swap out some of the carbs for protein? Give this protein pizza recipe a try to do just that. We're going to give you the basic ingredients for a plain cheese pizza. From there, feel free to toss on your favorite toppings.     1/2 cup Liquid Egg Whites 1/4 cup Naked Pea ...

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We have exciting news: It's blueberry season! Even if you don't grow your own, this means that you can now load up on the delicious, extremely nutritious berries at a much lower price than they go for the rest of the year.   But, how can you put all those blueberries to good use? This simple recipe is a perfect solution. Not only does it make good use of all the micronutrient-packed blueberries, but it's also loaded with healthy protein.   Better yet, this particular take on the protein bar i...

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It's pretty common knowledge that most commercial protein bars are little more than glorified candy bars. But that doesn't mean you can't get around this nutritional trap.   In fact, you can pretty easily craft your own protein bars that are healthy, nutritionally balanced and convenient – without all the extra stuff you don't want or need.   As a starting point, try out this chocolate peanut butter protein bar recipe.   1 ½ cup quick oats 3 scoops Less Naked Chocolate Protein Powder 1/2 c...

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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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Pea protein powder is a complete and highly useful vegan protein supplement but it can be tricky to know exactly what to do with it. Here are a few ideas to get you started.   Summer Fruit Smoothie   2/3 cup peeled cucumber, seeded 2/3 cup honeydew melon, seeded Zest of half an orange 1/8 cup fresh mint 1 scoop Naked Pea protein powder Ice (as needed) Water (as needed) Place all ingredients in blender and process until thoroughly combined. Use ice and water as need to achieve the desired ...

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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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Going gluten free can be a real challenge, especially if you love baking.   With a little creativity, though, and a carefully selected gluten free protein powder, you don't have to go without.   And, just to prove it to you, try out this recipe for gluten-free protein powder fudge. As a bonus, this recipe can easily be made vegan by picking a plant-based protein powder instead of whey.   4 oz unsweetened chocolate, melted 6 to 8 medjool dates, pitted and softened in hot water ½ cup tahini ¼ ...

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Vegetarian athletes face a unique challenge: meeting their body's protein needs on a restricted diet.   Of course, there are plenty of protein-rich plants (and we're going to assume that vegetarians here are comfortable with eggs) but the full-fledged omnivores out there get to enjoy the convenience of protein powders for snacks and quick meals.   Fortunately, there are tons of high-quality vegetarian protein powders available – including pea protein. To get you started, here are a few simple...

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Studies have found that a high protein breakfast (over 35g) can contribute to weight loss efforts by keeping you full longer and warding off food cravings later in the day.   You know that breakfast is important – you've heard it your whole life. The fact is, though, that by loading up on sugar and fat first thing in the morning most people aren't doing breakfast right.   So, to get you started, here are a few high-protein breakfast recipes.   High Protein Oatmeal 2 packets instant oatmeal 1...

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