Comfort 🌿 Sunday’s
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High protein, peanut butter muffins.
(Macros: 8c / 9f / 9p) 148 calories per muffin
■ 1 cup @googysproteinbars Pancake mix
■ 1/3 cup milk (I used unsweetened vanilla almond milk)
■ 1/2 egg
■ 1/8 cup maple syrup (I used maple flavoured syrup)
■ 1/4 cup @naked_nutz peanut butter (Optional)
■ @loving_earth chocolate chunks or dark chocolate chips
■ Additional maple syrup for serving
@macr0mike peanut butter powder for serving (I used this)
■ This one is as simple as literally mix all your ingredients together.
■ Stir well to ensure peanut butter is distributed throughout all muffins
Choc-chip protein donuts.
(Macros excluding icing: 3.8c / 4f / 9p) 89 calories per donut.
(Macros including my icing: 5c / 4.2f / 12p) 112 calories per donut.
■ 80g of @googysproteinbars Pancake mix (code: LF10)
■ 1 teaspoon Stevia (4g)
■ 130g egg whites (I used @pureggandlifeplus )
■ 60ml Unsweetened almond milk (I used vanilla)
■ 60ml water
■ 1 teaspoon cinnamon (remove this if you are making the chocolate version below)
(For my chocolate version)
I added in cut up @lovingearth chocolate and a dash of cacao and have accommodated for that in the macros, so there would be less fat without it.
■ @yoproau with cacao (pictured)
■ 10g protein powder with water until desired consistency is achieved
I used @myproteinau protein granola and @macr0mike peanut butter powder (code: ashlea10)
■ Place all dry ingredients (except stevia) in a bowl.
■ Whisk egg whites and stevia. If you want a fluffy consistency, whisk until stiff peaks are formed.
■ Fold the eggwhite mixture into the dry mixture.
■ If you are going to add any choc-chips or extra ingredients, lightly fold them into the mix.
■ Distribute the mixture evenly between your donut mould. ■ Place in the oven for roughly 15 minutes or until cooked through.
■ Leave to cool for a few minutes and decorate with your icing and toppings!