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Sometimes, just throwing your protein powder into a glass of water or milk isn't enough. Maybe you want more substance. Or maybe you're just looking for some more flavor.   To try to solve this problem, most companies offer their protein powders in a huge variety of flavors. Here's the problem, though: whey doesn't naturally taste like strawberries. Or cookies. Or any of that stuff.   In order to achieve those flavors, manufacturers have to use a ton of artificial flavors and sweeteners – whi...

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Not only does this smoothie have a vibrant pink color, it is delicious and nutritious too! The wonderful thing about smoothies is you can mix and match lots of different ingredients.   This one makes use of the following:     1 scoop of vanilla whey protein powder – using whey is one of the easiest ways to boost the protein content of smoothies. One serving of our vanilla whey provides you with 25 g of protein.   1/4 cup of frozen strawberries – strawberries are a rich source of vitamin C. N...

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Whether you’ll be the first to admit it and take it in your stride, or you’d rather keep it on the down-low, many of us like to indulge in a milkshake every now and again. They’re refreshing, tasty, and can give you a momentary burst of sugar-fueled energy.   The only problem? They’re not exactly healthy, which means that they can seriously put a damper on your diet if you’re trying to watch your intake and meet your nutrient requirements. While packed full of sugar, they’re not always packed...

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As fall approaches, we all start to think of food combinations and flavors and we end up craving certain things. But we still need to meet our macros and reach our goals.   So, to help reach this delicious, seasonal balance, here are 3 great fall whey protein shake recipes to try out this season.     Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Recipe     1 scoop unflavored whey protein powder ½ banana 1/3 cup pumpkin puree 1/3 cup plain fat free Greek yogurt ¾ cup milk (of choice) Ice cubes (as needed) A few sh...

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Protein shakes are a perfect way to have a quick, protein-rich meal or snack. The problem, though, is that they aren't always the most filling things in the world. Or you may just want a different flavor.   So, what can you do? Instead of the standard “just add water” protein shake, get a little more creative. Fruit, yogurt and other little add-ons can improve not just the flavor of your protein shake but also the nutrition.   Here's a recipe, for example, for a delicious blueberry banana pro...

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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...

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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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Everybody loves cookies. Unfortunately, they have some issues. First, you have to cook them. And, while it might seem a little ridiculous, the investment of time is simply too much for many people.   Especially when you consider the second problem: they aren't exactly good for you. Since cookies, despite their popularity, don't fit into most peoples' definition of a health food, spending the time to make them isn't really appealing.   We have for you, however, a recipe that solves both proble...

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With protein powder, we now have the amazing ability to sneak protein into all sorts of foods that are not traditionally consider “healthy.”   Consider, for example, this cinnamon protein coffee cake recipe. This recipe will make two servings.     1/2 cup oats 1 egg 1 scoop Naked Nutrition Vanilla Protein Powder 1/4 cup Greek yogurt 1/4 cup black coffee 2 tbsp apple sauce 1 tbsp cinnamon 1 tsp baking powder Preheat your oven to 350 F and prepare two ramekins. Combine all of the ingredi...

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