What Can You Put In Unflavored Protein Powders?

Making your protein shakes and recipes taste great is the secret to looking sexy, getting stronger, fitter and faster.

If you have delicious meals that are making you lose body fat and gain muscle – you can’t help but win.

So what can you put with unflavored protein powder to make it taste incredible and get even more benefits from it?

Here are some ideas:

  • Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Bananas
  • Berries
  • Cocoa
  • Cinnamon
  • Dates
  • Apricots
  • Prunes
  • Almonds
  • Walnuts
  • Avocado
  • Vanilla extract
  • Coffee
  • Fruit
  • Dark chocolate
  • Spinnach
  • Sugar free pudding powder
  • Almond milk
  • Cottage cheese
  • Orange juice
  • Eggs

Even if you just made smoothies with some of these foods you would have enough options to never have the same smoothie twice in one year!

What are some easy options to put protein powder with that aren’t shakes?

I’m glad you asked – here are some snacks that are full of healthy goodness and great for your weight loss and muscle building:

  • Oats with protein powder and cinnamon or cocoa
  • Pancakes made from protein powder and eggs with berries
  • Cottage cheese and protein powder mixed to make a cheesecake style dessert
  • Make fudges with protein powder, eggs, cocoa and some rice flour
  • Sludges – delicious mix of egg, protein powder and dark chocolate
  • Mashed potatoes with protein powder (and your favorite herbs and spices)
  • Yogurt and protein powder with your choice of fruits
  • Peanut butter, oats + protein powder + in the oven in cookie shapes = great snack!

When you look at most store bought foods or recipes for traditional baked goods – they are absolutely loaded with flour. Flour and baked goods = excess fat.

The reason baked goods are so bad for you is that they contain “empty calories”.

Flour is difficult for the body to process and turn into energy, and often it is just sidelined by the body into the “too hard to process” category. That means some of it leaves your body unprocessed, and some is stored as fat.

Using protein powder with healthy carbs such as sweet potatoes, rice and yams can give you a powerful energy dose as well as ensuring none of it gets stored as body fat.

There are so many different ways to incorporate protein powder into your meals and guarantee that you are getting a healthy serving each day. Simply forget sugar and flour and instead put protein powder with fruits, berries, nuts or vegetables into your creations instead.

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