Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Crepes

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Crepes

A flourless, peanut butter chocolate, guilt-free and gluten free, protein packed dessert!

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  1. Mix all ingredients (except cinnamon) in bowl and stir with whisk.
  2. Pour on heated skillet over high heat.
  3. I use the square skillet.
  4. This is VERY VERY liquidy, so be careful when pouring.
  5. You want them thin. After the mixture looks solid enough to flip, take flipper/spatula and make a cross to make four square crepes.
  6. Flip over onto other side.
  7. While the above is cooking, you can make your fillings:
  8. In a cup, mix your PB2 and water together.
  9. I like the PB2 to be runny for this particular recipe, so you may need to add a little more water to make it runny.
  10. In another bowl, mix your protein powder and water with a hand mixer and set aside.
  11. While the crepes are on the skillet, you can pour the runny PB2 onto each square (save a little for drizzle at the end).
  12. Then pour the protein fluff over the PB2.
  13. Transfer crepes onto a plate, sprinkle with cinnamon for taste, roll into pretty little crepes, drizzle with remaining PB2 add another dash of cinnamon, and there ya have it!
  14. Voila!
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Double Chocolate Protein Cookies

Double Chocolate Protein Cookies

Chewy, soft-baked, and healthy chocolate cookies!

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper (or spray with cooking spray).
  2. Blend all ingredients together.
  3. Drop batter by the tablespoon onto the baking sheet.
  4. Bake 10 minutes or until done!
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Lemon Blueberry Cake

Lemon Blueberry Cake

Yummy mini cakes with lemon and blueberry- the perfect sweet snack

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  1. Grind oats and psyllium husks into powder
  2. Mix together oats, psyllium, coconut flour, protein powder
  3. Add yogurt, egg whites and almond milk and mix well
  4. Stir in lemon extract, lemon juice and stevia (adjust these ingredients to taste)
  5. Fold in blueberries, adding a little at a time
  6. Pour into molds* and bake at 325 for ~45min (depending on mold)
Recipe Notes

You can use a cupcake pan (12), mini cake mold (8), or a 6" round cake pan

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Bright Beet, Fennel and Goat Cheese Greens

Bright Beet, Fennel and Goat Cheese Greens

Get your greens on with this refined sugar free, low carb, earthy salad. Packed with micronutrients and full of sweet and salty crunch. Throw some grilled protein on for a perfect summer OR winter meal.

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  1. First up, remove kale from stems, rinse, pat dry and place in BIG bowl.
  2. In a small bowl (mason jars are also handy for this), wisk together your coconut oil, red wine vinegar, braggs aminos, clove garlic, stevia, sea salt & pepper. Dressing done!
  3. Throw your spinach or beet greens into the bowl. Chop the top off your fennel and cut 1/4 of the bulb portion into strips for your salad. Chop your beets into preferred size.
  4. Top off your salad with crumbles of goat cheese and toss when you' re ready to serve!
  5. Perfect with a with a protein packed casserole.
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Breakfast Cookie Dough

Breakfast Cookie Dough

Or “anytime” cookie dough, actually. With natural ingredients and extra protein, this is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth without the guilt!

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  1. For the "dough" mash 1 medium banana with 1t natural almond butter.
  2. Add 1/4 cup oat flour, half scoop vanilla protein powder, 3-5 drops french vanilla stevia, 1/2t vanilla extract and combine well.
  3. Sprinkle with cinnamon and dark chocolate chips.
  4. Eat as is or microwave for melted chips! Enjoy!
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Sweet and Savory Apple Sage Protein Muffins

Sweet and Savory Apple Sage Protein Muffins

These sweet and savory protein muffins are perfect as a side with a savory dish or as a quick protein rich snack!

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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Chop up your apple into small pieces and place in medium sized glass bowl. Microwave for 1 min with 1 tbs water and ½ tbs coconut oil to soften the apple.
  3. Add in your egg and apple/coconut oil mixture to your 1 1/2 cups of mix in a medium sized bowl.
  4. Drop in some stevia or sweetener of choice. Slowly in your unsweetened almond milk.
  5. You want the mix to be thicker…we want muffins not pancakes! Use that milk at your own discretion 😉
  6. Time for the salt & savory. Measure out and mix in your dried sage and sea salt.
  7. Spray or line a muffin pan. Add a ¼ cup of mixture for each muffin. Bake for 15 mins until they’re golden.
  8. Wait until they’re completely cool to remove from the pan (protein baked goods tend to stick)!
  9. Serve as a side with a savory dish or as a quick and easy snack.
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Healthy Snickers Cake

Healthy Snickers Cake

High Protein Peanut Butter cake topped with WaldenFarms caramel and chocolate. Delicious!

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  1. Peanut Cake
  2. 1/2c peanut flour (protein plus)
  3. 2 scoops vanilla whey (80g) (I used Jamie Eason's Natural Vanilla Whey Isolate)
  4. 2Tbs coconut flour
  5. 1/2c unsweetened applesauce
  6. 1/4c egg whites
  7. stevia ~30-40 drops
  8. Caramel:
  9. 1/4c of Walden Farms caramel sauce OR date caramel
  10. Chocolate:
  11. 2Tbs coconut oil
  12. 1/4c Cocoa powder
  13. 1/2tsp caramel extract
  14. 15-20 drops regular or toffee stevia
  15. Mix all ingredients together and spread out on a baking sheet (~6x6in square)➡️ Bake at 280 for 35min.
  16. When done spread caramel sauce on the cake and freeze until the sauce solidifies (~2 hrs)
  17. Melt coconut oil then whisk in stevia then cocoa powder. Pour chocolate mixture on top of caramel. (It should solidify b/c the caramel is so cold, but if it doesn't refrigerate until chocolate solidifies)
  18. Cut into 8 servings
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Reese’S Inspired Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites

Reese Inspired Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bites

Why buy protein bars when you can make your own and control what goes into them? These protein bites are made with only 6 ingredients and they are super easy to make! and most importantly – super delicious.

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  1. Add all ingredients to a food processor and blend very well until your mixture starts to clump together.
  2. If using powdered peanut butter, add water to powder first to make peanut butter then add to food processor.
  3. Remove mixture from food processor (mixture will be sticky) and press into a small container (I used a 7x 5 x 1.5 inch glass container).
  4. Melt chocolate and pour on top of your mixture.
  5. Set in freezer until chocolate hardens.
  6. Cut into bars and enjoy.
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Banana Bread Waffles

Banana Bread Waffles
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Easy, delicious, nutritious! In that case...waffles everyday!
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  1. Combine all ingredients thoroughly and pour into sprayed waffle iron at med/high heat.
  2. If batter is really thick, add a splash of water or almond milk for an easier to mix consistency.
  3. Top however you like and enjoy your waffles! I used banana slices and sugar-free pancake syrup.
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Dark Chocolate Protein Cake

Dark Chocolate Protein Cake
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Delicious, moist, chocolate cake! Keto and Paleo friendly
Dark Chocolate Protein Cake
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  1. 1/3c unsweetened cocoa powder
  2. 1/4c coconut flour
  3. 3 eggs
  4. 1/2c lite coconut milk (full fat works too, but I just bought the wrong one)
  5. 1/4c coconut oil or grass-fed butter, melted
  6. 1/2tsp vanilla extract
  7. stevia (25-40 drops)
  8. topping (optional): 14-28g stevia chocolate chips
  9. mix dry ingredients together
  10. in a separate bowl blend together the liquid of the ingredients
  11. stir the liquid ingredients into the dry
  12. pour into a 6" dia cake pan
  13. bake at 350°F for 25-30 minutes
  14. top with chocolate chips as soon as it gets out
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