Cooking with Protein Powder

If you lead an active lifestyle, you have probably heard about the benefits of using protein powder. Protein powder can help you increase muscle mass, which will assist in burning fat. If you are trying to lose weight, turning to protein powder helps accelerate fat loss. Most people mix a scoop of flavored protein powder into a liquid, such as water or milk, and just drink it. This might be the fastest way to get your protein powder supplement, but there are more creative and delicious ways to incorporate it into your diet.

Paleo Pumpkin Protein Pancakes

You don’t have to be a Paleo devotee to eat these pancakes. These flapjacks are way more healthy than using a prepacked mix from the grocery store. The protein powder and almond flour will keep you fuller longer, which will make you less likely eat sugary or salty snacks during your mid-morning slump.


Healthy Protein Banana Bread

If you have a sweet tooth, you can make this treat and not feel so bad about having dessert. This secretly healthy banana bread contains whey protein powder for an extra boost to fill you up. If you want to make it even healthier, swap the sugar for equal amounts of applesauce.


10 Minute Power Pizza

You probably didn’t think you could make pizza healthy, but by using unflavored protein powder in the crust, it makes having pizza much less guilt-inducing. Keep the toppings healthy by using lots of fresh veggies and low-fat cheese. Now, you can skip delivery and have a healthy pizza ready in just 10 minutes.


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