7 Quick & Easy High Protein Recipes

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It’s no secret that we are blessed with some seriously good recipe contributors. You just have to look at the reaction on social media when a new recipe hits to understand how much our recipes change lives. That’s right people – they change lives!

Simple High Protein Recipes.

It’s as much about convenience as it is about taste. Whilst we love a challenge, we know that you probably don’t – at least not in the kitchen. Our recipes are designed to be as simple as possible, even for the absolute newbie. Don’t be afraid to give these a try and get a little messy!

7 Quick & Easy High Protein Recipes.

Here is a collection of some of our most popular high protein recipes this year – from breads and snacks, to smoothies and delicious desserts.

Protein Blueberry & Banana Bread Recipe

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Some say that he made Einstein edit his ‘Theory of Relativity’ twice and that he regularly has staring contests with the sun, and always wins. All we know is he’s called The Beltsander and with this Protein Blueberry and Banana Bread Recipe, he has delivered a mouth party once again.

Macros for the whole loaf: Calories – 900, Protein – 47g, Carbs – 164g, Fat – 13g


Supplements used: Pure Whey Protein™, Liquid Egg Whites, Ultra Fine Scottish Oats


Vitafiber Protein Cookies Recipe

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Some say that his bones are glued together with VitaFiber Powder and that if you look into his eyes, you’ll actually see protein bronuts rather than irides. All we know is, he’s called The Beltsander.

Get your apron on and bake up these delicious low calorie protein cookies with your favourite BULK POWDERS™ whey protein flavours and toppings.

Macros for one batch: Calories – 191, Protein – 20g, Carbs – 49g, Fat – 2g

Vitafiber Protein Cookies Recipe

Supplements used: Vitafiber Powder, Pure Whey Protein™


Barbeque Pulled Pork Rolls Recipe

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Some say that he can hypnotise cows, and that if he could be bothered, he could swim the Atlantic Ocean underwater. All we know is, he’s called The Beltsander.

Pulled Pork has blazed a trail across the UK in recent years. We can’t get enough of it. But no-one has discovered The Beltsander famous dry rub recipe, handed down from generation to generation, until now. Impress your friends around the barbecue by serving up these unbelievable pulled pork rolls.

Macros for one roll with 100g pulled pork: Calories – 466, Protein – 44g, Carbs – 55g, Fat – 12g

Barbeque Pulled Pork Rolls

Supplements used: Smokey Bacon Nuts About Whey


Mixed Berry Recovery Shake Recipe

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Post-workout, and in need of a quick hit of protein, carbs and some champion fats? The Muscle Baker, our very own Gibraltan Queen of the Kitchen delivers with this quick and easy shake, using our Complete Recovery™ and adding some simple, fresh ingredients to the mixer to bring things to life. Blenders at the ready…!

Macros per serving: Calories – 261, Protein – 12g, Carbs – 41g, Fat – 5.7g

Mixed Berry Recovery Shake

Supplements used: Complete Recovery


Chocolate & Caramel Protein Cheesecake Recipe

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A really simple protein cheesecake recipe that is guaranteed to give you gains. Ideal post workout or if you take The Beltsander IIFYM (if it fits your macros) intermittent fasting approach. Snap up the ingredients and give this amazing recipe a try.

Macros per cheesecake: Calories – 897, Protein – 80g, Carbs – 102g, 22g Fat


Supplements used: Liquid Egg Whites, Stevia, Ultra Fine Scottish Oats


Protein Carrot Cake Recipe

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Some say that his first name really is “The”, and that if he went on Big Brother they’d all be pregnant, including the cameramen, such is the admiration for the meals this Instagram legend can produce. All we know is, he’s called ‘The Beltsander‘.

Relax with friends by making this moist fluffy protein carrot cake. Sip with a mug of protein coffee and enjoy the incoming gains.

Macros per cheesecake: Calories – 980, Protein – 78g, Carbs – 140g, Fat – 18g

Protein Carrot Cake

Supplements used: Pure Whey Protein™, Liquid Egg Whites, Vitafiber, Stevia


Peanut Butter & Banana Protein Ice Cream Recipe

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Peanut butter and Banana Fudge flavour protein combined to create ice cream. Eat this and you’re definitely winning at life. Put down your Ben & Jerry’s and try this homemade ice-cream that delivers over 20g protein per serving (if you have any self control). Research papers published in the Journal of Gains show that eating Peanut Butter Banana Protein Ice Cream whilst listening to #BULKBEATS builds muscle and quickens recovery times.

Macros per serving: Calories – 201, Protein – 20.7g, Carbs – 19.3g, Fat – 5.2g

Peanut Butter Banana Protein Ice Cream

Supplements used: Pure Whey Protein™, Peanut Butter (Smooth)

Champion bakers!

A special thanks to our champion bakers, The Beltsander and The Muscle Baker for continuing to go above and beyond the call of duty. We look forward to many more macro-tastic recipes in the future. If you have any recipe ideas of your own and you’d like us to recreate them, let us know by posting comments below or on social Facebook, Twitter or Instagram

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