Community Recipes

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    I am totally inspired by the amazing, creative and delicious recipes Anna comes up with. I like to experiment with protein desserts of my own (as I’m sure a lot of you do).
    Here’s the recipe for the protein brownies I just made:

    Chocolate Coconut Brownies:
    1 scoop Muscletech Phase8 (Milk chocolate or Chocolate Peanut Butter)
    60g whole wheat flour
    20g unsweetened baking cocoa
    6 packets of stevia
    2 eggs
    1tsp vanilla extract
    6oz black coffee
    86g greek yogurt (I used Chobani 0%)
    10-15g unsweetened coconut flakes (I used 10g)

    bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes. I then “frosted” them with 1 sugar free caramel snack pack.

    macros for the whole recipe (without snack pack and using 10g coconut): calories 595, fat 15g, carbs 73 (17 of which is fiber), protein 57g.

    Any one else have a recipe of their own?



    EDIT: the macros does not include the coconut, and I only needed to bake them for about 17 minutes.



    Not really a recipe but:

    Take the vanilla custard flavour of this (, add water, warm up in the microwave = protein custard simple.

    Poured it over a baked cinnamon roll quest bar last night. Amazing



    Welp, I made a variation of Anna’s Coronation chicken (and gave her credit, as clearly the pic is not mine :) )


    12 oz chicken breast (or tuna!)
    2 egg yolks
    1/2 cup lowfat cottage cheese (I used Knudsen)
    1 tsp white balsamic vinegar
    1 squeeze lemon juice
    2 tsp dijon mustard
    1/2 tbsp curry powder
    35g golden raisins
    12g chopped Cashews
    1 tsp of tomato paste
    1/2 tsp of paprika
    3 chopped green onions.

    Makes 4 servings of 120-ish grams: CALORIES: 243
    FAT: 7.6g
    CARBS: 11.1g
    FIBER: 1.2g
    SUGARS: 6.9g (from raisins mostly)
    PROTEIN: 33.5g

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