INGREDIENTS: 1 scoop flavored protein powder of your choice, 1 egg white. DIRECTIONS: Mix egg white and protein powder in a bowl. Add water to the mixture until it forms a doughy substance. Spray a bowl with non-stick spray and place the batter inside. Place in a microwave and heat for 15-45 seconds, depending on the power of your microwave. Let cool and enjoy.
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INGREDIENTS: 1 scoop flavored protein powder of your choice, water. DIRECTIONS: Place protein powder in a bowl and add just enough water that the mixture has a consistency similar to pancake batter (it should be slightly lumpy). Pour the mixture onto a non-stick skillet on medium heat. Cook 1-2 minutes on each side.
INREDIENTS: 8 oz. water, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, cereal (your choice). DIRECTIONS: Mix protein powder and water together. Pour the mixture overtop a bowl of cereal, using it in place of milk.
Thanks for these! I might buy some EAS Chocolate protein powder and try to make the cookies with that. I also like the Cereal Killer recipe. I have some delicious Museli that would probably go well with that mixture.
Let me know how yours turns out. I am going to try it too.
High Protein Cookie Recipes
Oatmeal Protein Cookie Recipe
The ingredients of this recipe for high protein cookies are:
6 egg whites
2 scoops of whey protein (either vanilla or chocolate flavored)
5 tablespoons of oatmeal flour or oat flour (as an extremely cheap an easy alternative to buying it from a store, is possible to make your oat flour, all you have to do is put a cup of oatmeal in a high powered blender for a few minutes, this will result in the oatmeal turning into a flour).
First preheat to oven to 350 degrees
In a large bowl, mix all the ingredients together
If mixture is too think add some water, but not too much
Use non-stick spray on the cookie sheet or baking pan
Drop tablespoon sized balls onto the cookie sheet or baking pan about 2" apart, and flatten them out slightly
Bake for about nine to ten minutes and you will see a brown edge when it is done. Let them cool off for a few minutes before removing them from a spatula
You can eat them after they have cooled down or when they are sill warm enjoy your high protein oatmeal cookies!
Peanut Butter Protein Cookie recipe
Mix the following in a big bowl:
1 cup of oatmeal
Approx. 1/2 cup peanut butter
2 large spoonfuls of flax seeds
3 to 4 scoops of Ultimate Protein Complex
Add just enough water to make mixing a little easier. Add it a little at a time, then mix, and add a little more as needed.
When all the ingredients are mixed, form balls a little smaller than the palm of your hand and put them on a plate.
Put them in the refrigerator for a couple hours uncovered.
If you didn't use too much water, the cookies come out with a nice chewy consistency.
Wow! I am going to try that cookie recipe!
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