The Winning Protein Powder Recipes Revealed!

bode-shake-photoI asked…and you answered! In fact, 274 of you shared your super creative ideas for using protein powder! It was so hard to choose just two winners, but here they are—our Powell Perfect Protein Shake Powder giveaway winners:

Dark Chocolate Protein Muffins
Submitted by Alvina Green

What you’ll need:

1/2 cup of liquid egg whites
1/2 cup of goji berries
1/2 cup of quinoa flakes
1/2 cup of Powell Perfect Chocolate Ice Cream Protein Shake Powder
1/4 cup of blueberry & apple puree babyfood
3 tbsp of chestnut flour (can buy on Amazon if not in your local store)
3 tbsp of cocoa powder
1 tsp of baking soda

What you’ll do:

Blend ingredients together and bake in 8 muffin cups for approximately 40-45 minutes at 350*F.

Calories per muffin: 99

P.S.: I think these would be yummy with Powell Perfect Vanilla Ice Cream Protein Shake Powder too! 😉

 

Oat Cookies
Submitted by Tandi V.

What you’ll need:

5 ripe bananas
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp honey
3 1/2 cups rolled oats
1 scoop protein powder
1 cup almond butter

What you’ll do:

Put first 5 ingredients into blender, blend until creamy. Pour blended mix into bowl. Pour protein powder & almond butter into bowl and mix well. Create cookies on a sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 10-12 minutes.

Calories per cookie (based on 2 dozen cookies per recipe): 132 (adjust for type of protein powder used, I based this calorie count using our Powell Perfect Vanilla Ice Cream Protein Shake Powder).

Be sure to check out all the comments for even more creative uses for protein powder!

Thanks, everyone! 🙂


13 Comments

  1. Pam - September 8, 2016

    Hi,
    Hope I’m not a bother but What is considered low fat and low carb with 20 gram protein? How many grams for fat and carbs is low?

  2. Pam - September 7, 2016

    Hi,
    Exactly what should the fat, carb & protein be for a serving of protein powder? I’m confused.

    TIA

    • Team Powell - September 7, 2016

      Hi Pam: Chris and Heidi recommend low-fat, low-carb powders with around 20 grams of protein per serving. 🙂

    • Pam - September 7, 2016

      What is considered low fat and low carb with 20 gram protein?

  3. Mariëlle Houwaart - August 15, 2016

    Hi Heidi and Chris,
    Thank you both for your answer. Now I know what to look for in the stores who sell this kind of products. Have a nice week!

  4. Mariëlle Houwaart - August 12, 2016

    Hi Heidi and Chris,
    I live in the Netherlands and I was asking myself if you know a good protein shake/powder, which I can buy in the Netherlands. I can’t find the Chris and Heidi Powell shake in any store in the Netherlands and I am not sure which other brand is good to use. I hope you have some advise for me. With kind regards, Mariëlle

    • Team Powell - August 12, 2016

      Hi Marielle: In general, look for low-fat, low-carb protein powders with around 20 grams of protein per serving, and this can serve as the protein portion for any meal. Hope that helps!

  5. Becky B - May 11, 2016

    Are net carbs in protein shakes the same as “actual” carbs? I have a plant based protein shake that has 15 carbs, but only 3 net carbs, is this considered low carb or would this be one I should use on high carb days? Thank you.

    • Team Powell - May 11, 2016

      Hi Becky: This shake would be best for a high-carb meal. 🙂

  6. Britney - August 9, 2015

    Heidi did you drink a protein shake while pregnant? If so which one or ones did you drink? Everyone one I’ve looked at so far have said not to drink if pregnant or expecting to be.

    • Team Powell - August 10, 2015

      Hi Britney: It’s best to discuss any dietary supplements with your healthcare team while you’re pregnant, and then follow their recommendations. And congratulations!

  7. dawnroll - May 9, 2014

    do you have any diet drink for sipmler

  8. Diane albright - March 21, 2014

    Any way of posting the carb counts. I’m diabetic, on the Powell bode program and on insulin…. Only on for two weeks and have adjusted my insulin intake down by 50, yes 50 units a day. Of course the HC days are a bit more but this is fabulous! I personally need to know the fiber and carb count so I can properly adjust my insulin… Thanks!

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