Vegan Protein Recipes — peanut butter protein
One slice provides 210 calories, 6g of plant-based protein and 4g of fibre. NOTE: You can easily substitute black beans for kidney beans if you are that way inclined. You can also switch up the different nuts and seeds you use each time. I chose to use medjool dates on account of their sweetness, but dried figs or apricots have less natural sugars than dates if these are too sweet for you. For the bars 175g Black Beans200g Medjool Dates60g Coconut Oil 30g That Protein - Nutty Nutty Peanut Butter Super Protein100g Jumbo Porridge Oats130-140g Mixed Nuts & Seeds...
Ingredients1 cup of frozen bananas250 ml of oat or any other dairy free milk3 tbsp of That Protein Peanut Butter 1 tbsp of peanut butter1/2 tsp of cinnamonFor Serving IceExtra peanut butterGranolaInstructionsMix all the ingredients for the smoothie in a blender and blend to high speed until nice and smoothAdd ice to a glass and fill with your smoothieAdd extra granola and peanut butter to the top
Blitz dates and milk together, when smooth add to a large bowl. Then combine with the dry ingredients and mix well. Using a heaped tablespoon, measure out the mix (you should get around 14 balls) and roll into balls with your hands. Drizzle with dark chocolate & a pinch of salt. Store in the fridge for up to a week
Peanut Butter & chocolate protein mug cake 1 & 1/2 tbsp protein 3 tbsp oat flour 1 tbsp cacao 1/4 tsp baking powder 4 tbsp milk 1/2 tbsp coconut sugar Pinch salt Chocolate chunks (optional) Combine all ingredients and transfer to a mug, microwave for 1 minute. Top with peanut butter, chocolate chunks and whatever else your heart desires!