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arly 11-22-2013 07:58 AM

I know I've seen some recipes using this ingredient but of course, now I can't find any. If you have one, please let me know. Thank you. I have both vanilla & chocolate.

rosethorns 11-22-2013 12:03 PM

There are MANY!!!!!


These are protein drinks.^
This one below is funnels cakes or donut holes. Yum. Don't make the oil too hot when you fry these or they will burn.


This one is well love by many low carb friends by Ms.Woods.

This is SugarfreeSheilas Peanutbutter fudge. AWESOME!!! I give this to everybody.

Almost as good as the real thing!!!! Beware! It's hard to eat just one piece.


1 stick of butter
1/2 cup of peanut butter
2 oz. of cream cheese
1 cup of granular Splenda
2 scoops of vanilla flavored Protein Designer Whey Powder

How To Prepare:

Melt the butter and peanut butter in the microwave on high for 2 minutes. Stir. Microwave for another 1 min. Remove and stir in the cream cheese until completely dissolved. Stir in the Splenda and then stir in the Designer Whey Powder. Grease a 6 1/2 inch square container (I used a 1 quart corning ware cassarole dish. Line with wax paper. Pour in the dish. Put in the refrigerater until cool. To speed up this process place in the freezer until cool. Cut it into 20 - 1 inch square pieces.

Carbs per serving - include all nutritional information if known:

2.2 per piece when cut into 20 pieces

P.S. This is really good made with chocolate protein powder too.

Preparation Time:

5 minutes

I use to make pancakes with protein powder.I'll have to see if I can remember it.

rosethorns 11-22-2013 12:24 PM

This is a good one.

I will look for more. These should get you started.

I knew I would find it. Pancakes!!!!Look on Linda's website she has a lot using protein powder.

arly 11-25-2013 04:45 PM

Thank you so much...knew someone would have some answers. Happy Thanksgiving.:hiya:

Yaz 11-27-2013 01:03 PM

Oreoish protein cookie
I make a protein "cookie" that tastes very similar to the cookie portion of an oreo!

10 g of coconut oil melted in a glass bowl in microwave, add 2 tbsp Hershey's special dark cocoa (10 g) and mix until fully melted, add 20 grams or more if needed (gauge by how well it comes together adding a little more at a time, if you add too much the cookie won't come together) of Syntrax Matrix Cookies and Cream Protein powder.

Put mixture onto cling film and flatten with spatula and shape, fold film over and press down with the palm of your hand. Stick in fridge until set.

LindaSue 11-28-2013 08:21 AM


2 1/2 tablespoons vanilla whey protein powder *
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
Pinch salt
1 egg
1 teaspoon oil
2 teaspoons water, optional **
Oil or cooking spray, for the pan

Whisk all of the ingredients, except for the water and cooking spray, in a small bowl until smooth. Add up to 1 tablespoon of water if you'd like a thinner batter. Meanwhile, lightly grease a small nonstick skillet with oil or cooking spray and heat on medium. Pour in the batter and tilt the pan to spread the batter evenly over the bottom of the skillet. When bubbles appear all over the pancake and the batter on top looks like it's starting to set up carefully work a spatula around the edges and then under the pancake to flip it over. Cook until the second side is lightly browned. Don't let it get too dark or it will taste a little bitter. Serve with butter and low carb syrup, if desired (not included in the counts).

Makes 1 large pancake

* The carb counts for this recipe are based on whey protein powder that has 3 carbs per scoop (1/3 cup).

** Jenny's original recipe called for 2 tablespoons of water plus another tablespoon of Da Vinci syrup. The batter came out much too thin with all that liquid. As an experiment, I made one pancake using just 1 tablespoon of water and then a second pancake with no water at all. Although the one without water was more sturdy and easier to flip over, I think I liked the consistency of the pancake with the added water. The problem is that you can't use the thinner batter to make multiple smaller pancakes because it will spread too thinly in the pan, will end up more like a crepe and will be very difficult to flip over. I think that next time I might try adding just a teaspoon or two of water as a compromise.

Per Pancake: 179 Calories; 10g Fat; 18g Protein; 3g Carbohydrate; 0g Dietary Fiber; 3g Net Carbs

buttoni 12-02-2013 08:06 AM

go to my site and key in "whey protein powder" in the search box. It'll bring up a bunch of recipes for you.

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