This tasty treat will make you feel like you actually know what you're doing in the kitchen.
Here we are with a fun recipe that I’m seriously in love with, and have been snacking on, even as I write this post.
Anyway. It’s not hard to make, but it is pretty hard not to eat all at once. It’s fairly calorically dense, so be careful. That said, it’s full of proteinz and fiberz, so you’re probably okay.
Let’s do this thing.
*Two points about protein powder in this recipe. Firstly, have only tried vanilla protein, but I assume chocolate would work as well.
Secondly, and more importantly—how protein powders react to liquid varies a lot from brand to brand. Some brands have more reactive emulsifiers (thickening agents) than others, and so those powders will make the mixture incredibly thick and hard to work with. You’ll want to experiment with 2 scoops and see how the mixture looks and feels. Add more if you can.
I like BioTrust for baking because it adds a ton of flavor without getting clumpy. If you add enough water to begin with, it doesn’t get super thick.
If you want to have more protein, you may have to cut some of the flour to add in more powder.
It’s delish. And, if you’re having a high calorie snack, spread some almond butter on it for extra deliciousness.
P.S. Random side note: One or two people had previously asked what groceries I buy at True Foods. With the exception of the eggs, all of the ingredients can be purchased there.