Adding collagen to your diet is great for your connective tissue, skin, hair, and muscles. Try out these collagen recipes to satisfy cravings and maintain ketosis.
Adding collagen to your diet is great for your connective tissue, skin, hair, and muscles. These collagen recipes will help you satisfy cravings while maintaining ketosis and adding protein in the form of collagen to your diet. 1. Chocolate Almond Butter Fat Bombs This is the ultimate treat to curb your cravings. Keep this easy snack in the freezer or refrigerator so you can grab one every time you need something between meals. The coconut oil, almond butter, and collagen pack thi...Read More
Kids crave sugar but health-conscious parents are focused on teaching them how to eat right. To support your efforts, try out this recipe for gluten-free blueberry protein powder muffins.
Kids crave sugar, that's just science. As a health-conscious parent, though, you're deeply interested in keeping your kids healthy and teaching them how to eat right. To support your noble efforts, we humbly present the following recipe for gluten-free protein powder muffins. Each muffin packs about 7g of protein, 20g of health carbs and just 2g of fat. This particular recipe is for blueberry muffins but you can easily tweak things to incorporate whatever flavor you'd like to feature. ...Read More
Protein powders are great for many amazing things, apart from the standard protein shake. To help you start experimenting, here are three tasty vegan protein powder recipes.
There are an amazing number of things that you can do with your protein powders, apart from the standard shakes. In fact, things get even more interesting with vegan options which tend to handle cooking better and bring their own unique flavors to the mix. So, to help you with your experimentation, here are three of the best tasting vegan protein powder recipes we could dig up. Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Shake 2 frozen bananas, diced 1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or milk of choice...Read More
Powdered peanut butter offers many more benefits than the traditional version, and it's much more adaptable. Try out these few basic recipes to experiment for yourself.
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. ...Read More
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...Read More
Egg white protein powder is very versatile and it has a useful advantage when it's used in baking as it's made of eggs. Get started with this egg white protein pancake recipe.
Like other protein powders, egg white protein powder is an extremely versatile and useful product. Compared to whey or other powders, though, egg white protein powder has a pretty unique advantage: it’s made of eggs. Granted, that seems like an obvious thing but it can have some huge benefits when it comes to baking and other uses since eggs will naturally help make your recipes more moist and fluffy. To get you started working with egg white protein powder, give this simple pancake recip...Read More
Typically when you start a diet, you assume that sugar drenched cereals are out of the picture. But with this recipe, you can enjoy a protein rich alternative cereal.
There's a pretty good chance that, once you started cleaning up your diet, you just accepted certain foods as gone forever. Sugar drenched cereals likely had a pretty high place on the list of causalities. Fear not! We have good news! With this recipe, you can have a protein-rich, healthy alternative to those cocoa puffs you miss so much. 1 cup flour ¼ cup Naked Nutrition Chocolate Protein Powder ¼ cup of almond meal ½ tsp salt 1 egg white 1 tsp vanilla extract ¼ cup honey 1 tbsp Greek...Read More
Banana muffins are pretty fantastic. But they aren't exactly what most fitness-minded individuals would consider “healthy.” Not without a few tweaks, at least. To show you what we mean, here's a recipe for banana protein muffins. You can easily make thee ahead and freeze them or enjoy them fresh. 1 large banana, peeled ¾c egg whites 1/2c nonfat, plain Greek yogurt 3/4c oats 2 scoops Naked Nutrition Vanilla protein powder 2tbsp sugar Preheat your oven to 350F and spray a muffin pan...Read More
Despite its traditional image as the breakfast food, oatmeal really isn't a very nutritionally sound way to start your day. Although it does have some protein to offer, oatmeal is largely just carbs – with varying amounts of fat depending on how you prepare it. But, with a few simply adjustments, this classic, comforting way to start your day can be much more nutritionally balanced and filling. 3/4 cup rolled oats 2 eggs 1/2 cup milk 1 Tablespoon ground flaxseed 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 rip...Read More
There are really so many things you can do with protein powder beyond just the standard, toss-it-in-a-shaker-bottle-with-water rut that people so easily fall into. To help you get out of that routine and appreciate some of these possibilities, here's a simple recipe for blueberry protein pancakes. ½ cup old fashioned oatmeal 1/3 cup egg whites 1 scoop Naked Nutrition Vanilla protein powder 1 tbsp flaxseed, ground ¼ ripe banana 1 tbsp Greek yogurt 1 tsp cinnamon, ground 1 tsp vanilla extr...Read More