Men’s Monday: How To Add Protein Powder to Any Meal

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We all know protein powder is great as a post workout shake to fuel recovery and stimulate muscle building, but there are other ways of incorporating protein powder into more meals that you might not have heard of before.

Protein Pancakes

protein pancakesThe perfect accompaniment to your lazy Friday morning routine; protein pancakes will give you the same satisfaction of regular pancakes without the guilt. All of this, while providing you with a hefty dose of protein first thing in the morning, of course. Find the recipe here.

Protein Burgers

protein burgersTrying to cut down on red meat, but still craving a filling burger? Try out these veggie burgers made with plant based protein and protein powder. Remember, you can get protein from plants too. Recipe here.

Coconut Protein Soup

protein soupEven soup can benefit from the powdered goodness of whey. Using protein powder in soup is a great way of ensuring you are getting a more balanced meal of vitamins, minerals, and protein. This simple addition will also keep the hunger pangs at bay, as protein is the nutrient that will keep you full for the longest. Find the recipe here.

Carrot Cake Protein Bars

carrot cake protein barThese might not taste like a traditional carrot cake, but chances are you might love them even more! Drinking protein shakes all day everyday can be boring, which is why making your own portable protein bar is a nutritious and different post workout option. We also love these for midday office snacking with a good cup of tea. Find the recipe here.

Protein Brownies

protein browniesYou’ll find it very hard to believe that these raspberry chocolate protein brownies are only 100 calories per slice, but it’s true. Ditch the traditional dessert and upgrade to this protein packed brownie instead. Even people who aren’t worried about their protein intake will find this one delicious. Find the recipe here.

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