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High Protein Cream filled Easter Egg

High Protein Cream filled Easter Egg

A healthier, yet delicious chocolatey dessert to replace the Easter Egg this weekend!

Ingredients:

  • Dark Chocolate (100g will give you more way more than you need)
  • you will also need an egg shaped mold to make the Easter egg

    Peanut Cream:
  • 2tsp peanut Butter
  • 2 heaped tsp peanut flour (I used Sukrin)
  • 2 tbsp Skyr
  • 2tsp Agave Nectar

    Chocolate Cream
  • 2 tbsp Skyr
  • 15g Kinetica Whey
  • 1tbsp Cocoa Powder
  • 3tsp melted dark chocolate
  • 2tbsp agave nectar

 

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Method

  • Melt the dark chocolate in bain-marie
  • Fill in the mold with a thin layer of chocolate and place it in the freezer for about 10 minute

Filling:

  • Mix all the ingredients for the Peanut cream in 1 bowl and set a side
  • Mix all ingredients for the Chocolate cream in another bowl and set a side

    Serving:
  • Carefully dislodge the chocolate egg from the mold and fill it with the chocolate cream first then the peanut cream.
  • Place it in the freezer for at least 3 to 4 hours before serving!
  • Enjoy :)
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Protein Yogurt Bowl

Protein Yogurt Bowl

This recipe was inspired by the Protein Hous. Flex Bowl! Super delicious! It was love at first taste so I just had to go and try to make my own ;) 

 

Ingredinets:

  • 170g Skyr ( you can use Total 0%, Formage or other thick yogurt)
  • 15g Protein Poder (I used Kinetica Vanilla Caramel Pro-Release)

Topping

  • 20g Peanut Butter
  • 2g Cocoa Nibs
  • 3g Desiccated Coconut
  • 10g Goji Berries
  • 10 blueberries

Method:

Mix the yogurt and protein together. Place toppings and enjoy straight away or leave it in the fridge for later!

 

Macros:

342 Kcal
P: 37g
C: 17g
F: 14g
Fibre: 3g

 

Protein Raspberry Frozen Yogurt

Protein Raspberry Frozen Yogurt

This is the high protein version of my Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Recipe. I like to ensure I hit my protein target and prefer having around 20-25g of protein with all my meals. 1 serving of this delicious treat will give you 24g of protein and lots of palatable pleasure ;)

Ingredients:

  • 350g Frozen Raspberries 
  • 150g Fat Free Formage Frais
  • 40g of Kinetica Natural Whey
  • 20g Agave Nectar (optional)

 

Method: 

  • Add all ingredients to food processor and blend till smooth (around 2-3 minutes)
  • Serve straight away or freeze.

Macros per serving (280g):
Cals: 206 kcals
Protein: 24g
Carbs: 20g
Fat: 2g
Fibre: 4g

Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball

Chocolate Peanut Butter Ball

Ok, so I made these in the morning and left in the fridge to enjoy it later. HOWEVER, when I got home they were gone! Vanished! I looked at James which immediately pointed at the cat and said “Jolie ate it!”. Yeaaah, ok! The cat ate it! Let’s leave at that, shall we? So I chose to take it as a compliment. James is quite fussy when it comes to protein treats and if he couldn’t resist it, then it MUST have been good!

This recipe was inspired by Fresh Fitness Food. If you follow me on facebook/Instagram/Twitter, you probably know I am very fortunate to have my food delivered by them. Whenever I post a picture of their protein balls, I always get lots of requests for the recipe! So I decided to come up with my own recipe... This was the second attempt and I thought it was delicious... Even if I say so myself ;)

They are perfect for a little pick me up snack or for when you need a little something sweet!
 

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls

  • 20g Kinetica Thermo Whey Smooth Chocolate
  • 20g crunchy peanut butter 
  • 10g Coconut Flour
  • 5g Honey
  • 3g Chia Seeds
  • 20g unsweetened Almond Milk (or any other milk)
  • Desiccated Coconut (finishing touch)
     

 

 

 

 

Method

  • Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl and mix well. 
  • Add the honey and the peanut butter and mix. 
  • Finally add the almond milk. I'd suggest you add little by little until you get the right consistency. Too little and it becomes too dry. Too much and it turns into a gooey mess. For me it took 3 1/2 TBS of almond milk.
  • Roll it into 6 little (or 3 large) balls and roll it in the dissociated coconut.

You can enjoy it straight away, but I find that the consistency and taste improves when chilled.

Enjoy :)


Macros:
Calories: 301
Protein: 22
Carbs: 13
Fat:17
Fibre: 8.4

 

Macros (per each of 6 balls):
Calories: 50
Protein: 4
Carbs: 2
Fat:3
Fibre: 2