Protein powder- take 1 to 2 scoops, put it in a shaker cup with 1/2 cup of water and you’re good-to-go. Who said the only way to use protein powder is as a boring drink? Variety is always great especially when it comes to your taste buds. So after countless hours of web browsing and reading through many reviews, we’ve put together a list of the top 50 protein powder recipes for you to enjoy. These include breakfast options, lunches, dinners, and desserts. Enjoy!
This breakfast food is great its packed with nutrients from every food group. It has protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. This will save you so much time in the morning and you will absolutely love it!
This is a pretty simple twist to your oatmeal. You can do it 2 ways: microwave or stovetop. You just cook your oats as normal then mix in fruit, cinnamon, and protein powder.
For anyone following a low-carb diet, you probably stick to mostly vegetables and a few other foods. Well you’re in luck because we have this great crepe recipe that’s packed with protein and low in carbs.
This is for the chocolate lover! Try it out, promise you’ll love it! Another overnight oat recipe with chocolate and banana – just try it!
Who doesn’t love pancakes in the morning? Try these power protein pancakes, guarantee you’ll be making these everyday! The best thing is that they only take about 15 minutes from prep to cooked!
Heather Prescott practices what she preaches! This fitness model, figure competitor and author really loves eating wholesome natural foods and stays away from anything artificial. No need for artificial sweeteners or anything. To increase the protein content of this recipe, add 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder!
Who does not like red velvet? Try these protein pancakes, just add some protein powder and follow the recipe!
These are by far the absolute best protein pancakes, you will ever find on the web! They are made with protein powder, spinach, Greek Yogurt, and berries.
If you like peanut butter, try this smoothie! It’s made with oats, banana, protein powder, peanut butter, and milk.
10. Chocolate Cake Protein Pancakes
Who said you couldn’t have cake for breakfast! Let’s try this great chocolate protein pancake recipe.
11. Avocado Strawberry & Banana Waffles
Usually avocados and waffles don’t go together, but these strawberry banana waffles are delicious. The batter is made with protein powder, flax meal, and almond flour. Add your fresh fruit including avocado on top and you get a well-balanced breakfast!
12. Fitness Food: Very Berry Protein Pancakes
These are a simple, yet tasty recipe by Tricia Rufus. She makes great recipes using protein powder and very few ingredients. This has berries, cottage cheese, and oats! Enjoy!
13. Blueberry Coconut Cheese Pancakes
Three letters O-M-G! These mouth-watering blueberry coconut cheese pancakes just look amazing. The picture speaks for itself, so what are you waiting for?
14. Strawberry French Toast Muffins
Always on-the-go? This is a dilemma many people face and because of this, they don’t get to enjoy their French Toast. Well, check out our solution- quick & easy French Toast Muffins!
15. Stuffed Protein Crepes These are delicious and a low-calorie, low-carb version of a favorite dessert-styled breakfast food. What do you think?
There’s nothing better than mixing pumpkin and protein powder with cinnamon. It creates the best combination of flavors. Try it today!
When you think of protein powder recipes, coconut curry doesn’t usually top the list. But this is a must try! This soup is full of vitamins and antioxidants and before you ask, the recipe uses pea protein powder!
This is definitely a super-food recipe! It contains hemp and pea-protein. It really takes 2 minutes to make and tasted really good as a side dish or as a main course!
PIZZA : Low carb, high protein, gluten-free! This is every dieter’s dream! Now a reality with this recipe! Enjoy!
Tired of going to the supermarket to find a wrap for your meal only to find out that the carb content is way more than you expected. Well try making your own wraps using this recipe! High protein, low-carb — you’ll love it!
This cool recipe turned a simple omelet into a protein packed sandwich. Just cook the eggs as you normally would, then add in some pea protein and fresh avocado and tomatoes!
Need a new way to eat a sandwich? Try this veggie protein bread made with pea protein, pumpkin puree, egg whites, and shredded zucchini. It’s bursting with flavor and goes great with some smoked turkey breast!
This low-carb rice alternative is worth a try! It’s made from a low calorie, water-soluble vegetable fiber called Moyu! It’s pretty much 0 calories, so feel free to enjoy a large serving!
Yummy, the picture speaks for itself! What do you think?
25. Amino Jelly
This is genius! Get powdered sugar-free gelatin mix and 1 scoop of your favorite BCAA powder and you have your protein jello!
Rice Krispies are full of sugar, and carbs. Well try these with oatmeal, protein powder, and honey. They taste like the real thing and are a great post-workout snack!
Try this pumpkin bread for dessert or a quick snack. It’s so yummy!
What better way to enjoy fudge? Especially when you can boost your protein intake at the same time!
Simple and decadent – These banana bread protein muffins are so tasty and you’ll love them!
Cheesecake is one of the best desserts but sometimes hard to enjoy when watching your calories because its so high in fat and carbs. Well, with this recipe you can add it into your diet!
Protein cookies using on 4 simple ingredients? Sounds like heaven! It can be served unbaked or baked, either way it tastes great!
This protein bread is so delicious that you wouldn’t its actually pretty healthy and packed with essential nutrients. One slice yields 11g of carbs, 11g of protein, 4g of fiber.
These are a fan favorite and really simple to make. Only uses a few ingredients and it’s packed with flavor. Try coating them in powdered erythritol for a sugary treat!
If you’ve never had protein pudding, now’s the time. It’s so easy and tasty! All you do is mix protein with water or milk, and add in some of your favorite like slivered almonds, peanut butter, or coconut flakes.
Cornbread is a great side dish to any meal. Learn how to add protein to it and increase your gains!
If you love cake and protein bars, why not put them together into an awesome dessert! Try the Protein Chef’s bars and you will be pleased!
Another protein fudge recipe with mint chocolate chip, this is great to save as a midday snack!
Protein ICE CREAM? Is that possible? It is now, try this delicious recipe. Enjoy your frozen dessert while getting your protein in!
Dr. Sara Solomon did it again. Try these pumpkin spice donuts because when was the last time you could enjoy donut guilt-free!
Vanilla chocolate chip sounds like the ying-yang of flavors. These cupcakes are delicious and have ripped up Quest Bars inside!
Everything red velvet is great. Try these protein bars!
Pineapple upside down cake! Did you know that pineapple contains digestive enzymes that helps you break down the protein better and drive the amino acids into your muscles? Well now you do! So enjoy this high protein upside-down cake!
These are great during the summer time when you want to cool off. All you do is mix the ingredients and put them into a Popsicle mold, then enjoy!
Need a new protein shake recipe? Well try this orange cream shake! You won’t even remember you’re drinking a protein shake. Have this shake post-workout!
A dessert in a shake? Oh yeah – this peach cobbler shake will give your body exactly what it needs post workout.
Save the calories on a regular muffin and switch to this shake! You’ll be satisfied!
Life couldn’t have gotten any better! Try these and you will say good bye to the regular peanut butter cups!
These will do more than just satisfy the sweet tooth! Enjoy!
The internet is full of 100s of protein fluff recipes, but this by far is the best! This recipe only takes 2 minutes to make and its amazing! Try it and share!
This is a healthy version of frozen yogurt! Made with the best flavors of the season cinnamon, pumpkin.