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Grandma L
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12/20/2017 10:23AM
Anyone make "Whey Protein" cookies to take on trips? I have been researching and looking for a tested - good recipe!
 
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muddyfeet
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12/21/2017 08:46PM
I've made these before:

Peanut butter protein cookies (makes 12):
1c creamy peanut butter
2/3c brown sugar
1 egg
1/2c vanilla protein powder

Mix everything together. Roll dough into balls and smash on baking sheet with fork in criss-cross pattern. Bake @350 for 10-12 min. Let cool for 10-15 min.

190cal per cookie: 17g carbs, 11g fat, 8g protein.


They taste alright, but just add a little protein to an otherwise fatty/sugary snack. If I'm seriously loading on protein for a post-workout recovery, I'll make a shake using a lot more: (3/4c of protein powder = 18cookies worth!).

Grandma L
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12/21/2017 09:17PM
Hey, thanks Kevin! I was doing some research using powdered skim milk (casein protein) vs. Whey. Some recipes suggest using Whey powder as a substitute for 1/3 of the flour.
Savage Voyageur
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12/27/2017 05:38PM
Here you go... BiPro
Grandma L
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12/28/2017 02:17PM
Savage Voyageur: "Here you go... BiPro "
thanks - have you tried making and eating them?
Savage Voyageur
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12/31/2017 11:40PM
Grandma L: "Savage Voyageur: "Here you go... BiPro "
thanks - have you tried making and eating them?"


Lots of times, my wife is a food scientist by trade, not kidding. She’s always trying new recipes on me. I’ve had bars, cookies, and hundreds of smoothies. Look at the ingredients on other proteins, lots of things in there I can’t pronounce. BiPro has two things in it, pure protein and something so it does not cake. It is so pure that athletes use it because it has the NSF certification so they can pass their drug tests. If you take protein you should look into this.
 
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