The creamiest protein panna cotta, made with Greek yogurt, vanilla bean and vanilla whey protein powder. Topped with rhubarb cooked in orange juice and honey for a refreshing and light dessert.
Spicy peanut butter chicken ramen. With a simple chicken & leek broth, made creamy with our deliciously nutty peanut butter. Served with wholewheat ramen noodles, a boiled egg and shredded chicken breast.
A lemon mango tart with a creamy, wobbly centre and crunchy crust. The filling is nicely tart, thanks to the fresh lemon juice & zest. The tropical twist of mango comes from adding our mango whey protein powder to the filling which sweetens it and helps it set.
Fluffy homemade ricotta gnocchi, served with a bright, Spring-time pesto of asparagus and basil. These are so delicious and fun to make.
These oven-baked sweet potatoes fries are served with a creamy, high protein dip made with yogurt and whey protein powder, flavoured with smoked paprika and garlic.
Nothing can beat a gooey chocolate lava cake for dessert. We’ve made the classic even better by adding a spoonful of our Hazelnut Protein Cream to the center for an extra chocolate hit. Try serving with a spoonful of yoghurt for a creamy, tangy topping to cut through the sweetness.
These easy raspberry yogurt popsicles are a delicious way to increase your protein intake. They’re especially great as a way to cool down in the summer time or after an intense workout session. We’ve used a combo of frozen raspberries and our Raspberry whey protein powder with a drizzle of white chocolate for this fruity,
Our protein muesli isn’t just for breakfast! We’ve used it to make these chewy, peanut Protein Muesli Bars. These use basic ingredients and have a mild, peanutty flavour. If you want something a bit sweeter, try spreading a thin layer of melted dark chocolate onto the bars just before they go into the fridge.
A spicy version of the classic dish beans on toast. With a chipotle black bean topping, fresh tomato salsa and crumbled feta cheese. All served with a crunchy slice of toasted protein bread.
This easy dinner idea of cauliflower nachos is a simple one-tray dinner idea. We’ve added toppings of shredded chicken, black beans and cheese which are warmed until bubbling and golden. We then add fresh toppings of yoghurt, salsa and a bright coriander-cashew dressing.
This breakfast sandwich has everything you could want to start the day – soft bread, a fried egg with a runny yolk, mashed avocado, bacon and wilted spinach.
A sesame-spiked peanut dressing is key to these sesame noodles with prawns and fresh veggies. We’ve used soba noodles as they work great when they’re cold and have a nutty flavor which complements the dressing nicely.