Gastronomía – 9 formas para usar la proteína whey en la comida.
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes.
Table of contents.
- Keto Bites.. 1
- Overnight Oats.. 1
- Smoothie Bowl.. 1
- Hot Chocolate.. 1
- Protein Chia Pudding.. 1
- Protein Granola.. 1
- Protein-Rich Cereal Milk.. 1
- Creamy Salad Dressing.. 1
- Protein-Packed Pancakes.. 1
1. Keto Bites.
Simply mix equal parts coconut oil, coconut butter, and a nut butter of choice over low-heat. When that’s all melted down, remove from heat, and add one scoop of vanilla-flavored protein powder and any other nuts or toppings you want like cacao nibs, sea salt, or Colostrum. Stir and toss the mixture into a freezer safe dish. Freeze until it hardens. When it’s ready, remove it from the freezer, slice into squares, and enjoy.
2. Overnight Oats.
If you’re on-the-go or prefer to enjoy your protein with less preparation, whip up some protein-packed overnight oats the night before. Simply combine a third of a cup of rolled oats with a half cup of milk mixed with one scoop of protein. Toss in some chia seeds, nuts, or other toppings. Give it a stir and pop it in the fridge. The next day, you’ll be able to grab your protein and hit the gym.
3. Smoothie Bowl.
Start with your usual shake routine but simply add less water than you would normally. Less water makes the shake thicker, therefore transforming that same ol’ shake into a more exciting smoothie bowl. Add fruit, nuts, and other delicious toppings as desired.
4. Hot Chocolate.
Just mix one scoop of chocolate flavored protein with cold water, milk, or cream of your choice. Heat it up on the stove to a proper hot cocoa temperature. Add sweetener (or not) as desired.
5. Protein Chia Pudding.
An equally delicious alternative to the overnight oats is a protein-packed chia seed pudding. Chia seeds already have 17 grams of protein per 100 grams (about eight tablespoons)². With the right protein powder, you can add another 20 grams of protein. Simply mix one scoop of protein powder with one and a half cups of milk of choice, and one quarter cup of chia seeds. Toss in fruit, nuts, and other toppings as needed. Set in the fridge for at least 30 minutes or up to overnight.
6. Protein Granola.
Find a granola recipe you like and mix it with the wet ingredients of the recipe like honey, nut butter or oil. Then, use that mixture to coat the oats, nuts, and seeds you have in your granola. Add this protein-rich granola to your cereal, put it on top of your protein-packed smoothie bowl, or combine it with your protein chia pudding.
7. Protein-Rich Cereal Milk.
Adding a scoop of protein powder to your favorite milk can create a protein-packed cereal milk. This is great for an easy, low-tech protein boost when you’re on the go.
8. Creamy Salad Dressing.
Just mix an unflavored protein powder in with white vinegar (or lemon), olive oil, salt and pepper. In seconds, you’ll have a protein-infused creamy dressing for your favorite salad.
9. Protein-Packed Pancakes.
Simply add one level scoop of protein to your usual pancake recipe, mix it well and toss it on the skillet. Depending on the protein powder you use, you can add up to 20 grams of protein to your meal with just one scoop of protein powder.