Delicious Protein-Rich Recipes

Are you tired of eating the same old blunt food in the name of diet? Then it is time for you to try some nutritious and delicious protein recipes. These lip-smacking recipes are a treat for your body and mouth, as it will replenish your body with all the vital nutrients that are required to enhance your fitness journey.

Let us get started and try out some tasty and creative recipes:

  1. Chocolate protein shake

Imagine having a chilled mouth-watering chocolate shake being guilt-free. Sounds great, isn’t it? To make this chocolaty shake you will require 2 scoops of chocolate whey protein powder, 250ml of skimmed milk, one teaspoon of chia seeds, 4 almonds and ½ ripe banana. You can choose any protein powder that you want and the protein prices are also quite affordable.

Mix all the above-mentioned ingredients into a blender and blend it well to avoid any lump formation. While serving you can add some ice cubes to it along with grated dark chocolate (optional).

  • Pancakes

We all love pancakes, don’t we? However, we are scared of the fact that these are made using refined flour, which is not at all advisable if you are into fitness. We decided to make a few changes into the conventional pancake recipe and bring to you a tasty and healthier version of it. To make some protein-rich pancakes you will need 2 egg whites, one scoop of vanilla whey protein powder, half tablespoon of cinnamon powder, half a cup of finely ground oats flour, half a cup quinoa flour, 1 tablespoon of olive oil, 1 teaspoon of baking soda and a pinch of pink Himalayan salt.

Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and whisk together to avoid lumps. Grease a non-stick pan using olive oil and then heat the pan at low flame. Pour the batter on the pan, just the way you cook a pancake. Serve the pancakes with honey and enjoy the lip-smacking recipe.

  • Crunchy Peanut Protein Bars

You can see a lot of tasty protein bars in the market, some are healthy and some are loaded with refined sugar and other unhealthy ingredients. Therefore, we have come up with a recipe that will help you enjoy tasty protein bars without any guilt. To make some gluten-free crunchy protein bars you will need two heaping scoops of chocolate protein (whey or casein), one cup of powdered rolled oats, one teaspoon of watermelon seeds, half a cup of coarsely crushed peanuts, 3 tablespoons of honey, 3 tablespoons of flax seeds, one teaspoon of crushed pumpkin and sunflower seeds, one tablespoon of desiccated coconut powder and one tablespoon of olive oil.

Add all the ingredients together in a bowl and mix them using a ladle. Once done, grease plate using olive oil, pour the properly mixed ingredients on a flat plate and then flatten them using your hands. Refrigerate the plate for about an hour or two.

  • Chocolate peanut banana cookies

Don’t you love cookies?  There is nothing in this world that can beat homemade ones. To make some tasty chocolate peanut banana cookies, you will require three eggs whites, one tablespoon of cinnamon, one properly mashed ripe banana, a cup of coarsely grounded roasted peanut, one teaspoon of flax seeds and sunflower seeds, a pinch of salt and 1 scoop of chocolate flavoured whey protein powder.

Mix all the ingredients properly in a bowl, then knead them into a fine dough. Put the dough in small portions into different moulds or flatten them on a baking tray with butter paper. Bake the dough for about 15 minutes at 350 degrees. Once done, cool the tray for a while, and then enjoy yummy home-baked cookies.

Conclusion: Try out these easy and delicious recipes and we are sure it will be a treat for your taste buds. These dishes and smoothies are the best way of filling your tummy with highly nutritious food items that will help in muscle building and development. In fact, most of the whey protein or any other protein supplements found in the market are a rich source of amino acids that also helps in speeding up the recovery process of muscles and tissues. However, if you have any health issues that forbids the consumption of excess protein, then we would suggest you seek the advice of your physician.