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Easy Protein Recipes

Posted on January 11, 2016 by BBWarehouse There have been 0 comments

We know that no matter how great our Protein Shakes taste, having easy Protein Recipes as alternative snacks that you can make easily are ideal!

That’s why we love it so much when our customers share Recipes that they’ve made with our products so that we can teach you how to make them too! These are simple to make, really tasty and easy enough for you to take to the gym so you can snack on them instead of your Post Workout shake to make sure your Protein intake is just as it should be!

All of the Recipes include the Macros that they contain too so you can fit them into your diet plan- perfect!


These Jaffa Bites are the perfect Protein alternative and they're made with our new Jaffa Pure Whey 80 which is great to cook with and adds that extra punch of protein to your daily intake! Here's how you do it:


✔ 2 scoops Jaffa Whey Protein (you can also just use Chocolate)

✔ 2TBSP ground almonds

✔ 1TBSP coconut flour

✔ 1TBSP Vitafiber powder (optional)

✔ 30ML Unsweetened almond milk

✔ 15-20G dark chocolate (I use 90%)

✔ 1 Hartleys Orange sugar free jelly sachet.

✔ BCAA's (Optional but a great addition)

✔ Orange essence/oil (Optional)

Jaffa Bites


✔ Firstly, take the jelly sachet and add to a jug with 80-100ml of boiling water, mixing well until it's dissolved. At this point, you can also add in the additional BCAA's which will be perfect if you have them as a pre or post workout snack to help with those DOMS but this is optional.

✔ Take the jelly mix and pour into the bottom of each mould and pop into the freezer to set for around 15 minutes

✔ Once they are in the freezer and beginning to set, add all of the dry ingredients to a bowl adding in the almond milk last and mixing until well combined. Get your hands involved - it should form a dough ball.

✔ It's time to take the jelly out from the freezer. You can start to break off bits of dough and add to the top of the jelly filling the rest of the mould. Pop back in the freezer for around 10 mins.

✔ Add the dark chocolate to a bowl with 1/2 TSP orange essence and microwave until melted (do this around 30 seconds at a time as chocolate can burn very very easily)

✔ It's time to take the bites from the freezer and remove from the moulds. (The jelly and protein may separate, but pop them back together) Using a pin poked all of the way through roll and dip the bites into the dark chocolate and then set aside onto some baking paper. Repeat until all are coated and then pop them into the fridge to set.

✔ Enjoy!

MACROS: 37 cal / 4.2P / 0.7C / 1.9F


These tasted amazing. They are packed full of Protein with 35G of Pure
Whey in mixed with the added goodness of sweet potato! Sweet Potato is becoming more and more popular and topping a lot of people’s favourite healthy food list and it’s not that hard to see why! Apart from the fact they’re incredibly tasty, they’re packed full of the essential micronutrients that our body needs – you just can’t go wrong! All of this goodness coupled with our Whey which boasts an incredible 19G of Protein per 25G serving, very low carbs, low sugar and low fat means that they’re very easy to digest and best of all – they’re healthy!


✔ 400g sweet potato

✔ 40g Dark chocolate 85% cocoa

✔ 35g Double chocolate pure 80 whey

✔ 2 tbsp oats (20g)

✔ 2 tbsp coconut flour (14g)

✔ 1 tbsp raw cacao powder

✔ 1 tbsp sweetener (stevia)

✔ 1 tsp baking powder

✔ 1 tsp coconut oil

✔ 1 tsp honey OR zero syrup OR agave nectar

✔ 2 egg whites

✔ optional - Nuts n more Toffee crunch peanut butter (to swirl in)

Sweet Potato Brownies


✔ Preheat oven to 180c (Gas 4)

✔ Peel the potatoes, chop into chunks and cook in the microwave until soft (5-6 minutes)
✔ Mash the sweet potatoes in a bowl OR add into a blender
✔ Add the chocolate protein powder, oats, coconut flour and baking powder to the potato and blend or mix
✔ Melt the chocolate and coconut oil (in a microwave) and add to the blender/bowl along with the egg whites and honey or alternative.

✔ Pour mixture into a lined or greased baking tray (optional - swirl in some peanut butter)

✔ I used a small tray 7.5x5 so the brownies took about 20-25mins to cook. If you're using a bigger tray the brownies will be thinner requiring LESS cooking time. Reduce time accordingly/check with a skewer

Macros 1/8 pieces WITH 1 tbsp peanut butter: 129 cals, 7.2g protein, 4.2g fat, 15g carbs with only 2g coming from sugar and 3.7g fiber.


Pancakes are always a good idea - just not always for the waistline! This is the perfect alternative for a low carb snack and to make it even better, its made using our Premium Protein Mousse in White Chocolate Raspberry flavour! Creamy in texture and packed full of Protein, this mousse is the perfect addition to make your pancakes bursting with flavour and perfectly fluffy.


✔ 1 Scoop White Chocolate Raspberry Mousse
✔ 8 TBSP Liquid Egg Whites
✔ 1 Egg
✔ 1 TSP Coconut Flour

White Chocolate Raspberry Pancakes


✔ Once you have all of your tasty ingredients there's nothing much more to do other than mix them all together!
✔ Before you begin to pour your Pancakes in your pan, it's best to grease it to avoid your mixture sticking. You can do this using butter or for a super healthy alternative you could even use Coconut Oil!
✔ Once your mixture has been properly mixed and is of a creamy consistency, you can begin to pour mixture into the pan!
✔ Cook until they're golden brown on both sides. This is usually around 2/3 minutes each side.
✔ Top with whatever you like ans serve! Charlotte used 150g Greek Yogurt mixed with White Choc Flavour Drops, crushed raspberries and raspberry sauce.
✔ Enjoy!

Macros - 316 calories - 5.9g fat - 50.7g protein - 13.8g carbs

Recipe By Bodybuilding Warehouse Athlete:
Charlotte Davies


This one is SO simple and very refreshing, it's also SO customisable with the flavour combinations being endless! It’s a perfect one all year round but in summer this one is amazing. The goodness of our Pure Whey 80 mixed with berries makes for the perfect healthy snack. The health benefits from making berries part of your diet is amazing especially Blackberries like the one used in this Recipe. The benefits are endless but here’s just a few:

✔ Blackberries are packed with numerous different nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, and dietary fibers that are essential for optimum health,
✔ Blackberries have one of the highest antioxidants out of all fruits,
✔ Blackberries are very low in calories! With 100G of Blackberries providing you with just 43 calories.
✔ It absorbed into the blood at a rate slower than glucose inside the gut. Due to this it helps in steadying your blood sugar levels,
✔ There are scientific studies that suggest that the antioxidant compound in Blackberries may have potential health benefits against cancer, aging, inflammation, and neurological diseases,
✔ Blackberries are rich in Vitamin C which can go a long way towards fighting against infection.


✔ 1 Scoop Italian Vanilla Pure 80 Whey

✔ 60/100ML Unsweetened Almond Milk OR other Milk of Choice

✔ 75-100g Frozen Berries OR Frozen Fruit of Choice

✔ 1/4-1/2 tsp Xanthan Gum – this is readily available in your local supermarkets such as Asda and Tesco,

✔ Food Blender/Processor

Ice Cream


✔ Once you have collected all of the ingredients above, blend all in a food processor/blender,

✔ This should now be the consistency to Ice Cream. If it’s too thick just add more milk and if the mixture is too runny just add some more xantham gum or fruit until you get the consistency that you desire,

✔ If you are serving straight away, you could serve in an ice cream cone with extra fruit for decoration – just like the picture!

The amount in the Recipe is enough to serve one.

Macros - 139 calories - 2.7g fat - 19.7g protein - 6.4g carbs - 3.5g fiber


VitaFiber Syrup is an ingredient that has been around for a while and is more well known for being the secret ingredient to the original, legendary Quest Bar. VitaFiber, which is also referred to as IMO, or isomalto-oligosaccharide, is a low calorie sweetener that's made mostly from fibre. There's no sugar, or fat in the syrup and it makes a perfect ingredients for high protein home-made recipes – just like these! We wanted to be able to share with your just how easy it is to make an awesome Recipe from such simple ingredients!


✔ 50g Banana Caramel Pancake Mix (We have 13 amazing flavours to choose from and these are just one of them!)

✔ 70g Vitafiber Syrup

✔ Zero Calorie Icing (Optional)Vitafiber Cookies


✔ Preheat your oven to 180c (Gas 4)

✔ Take the Vitafiber syrup and add it to a microwavable bowl and microwave for around 30s - 1min
✔ Take your Vitafiber Syrup and pour it into the Pancake Mix and stir until the mix is of a dough like consistency,
✔ Once you manage to get this consistency, mould the mix into balls and then continue to flatten them gently with the palmof your hand until you get a biscuit like shape – like the picture! (2 big ones make a great post workout / 4 smaller ones are great for snacking)

✔ Continue to pop them onto a lined baking tray and cook for around 9 mins!

✔ Once cooled you can then go on to put icing onto the biscuits. These ones even have sprinkles on them so if you want to decorate them – go ahead!

(Don't forget to top them or even add in goodies if you have the macros spare)

Macros per 1/4 cookies - 77 calories - 0.7g fat - 5.5g protein - 5g net carbs - 13g fiber


These are made using the Protein Pancake Mix! Our Premium Protein Pancakes make it easy to have an incredibly delicious, high protein snack. We've founded our Premium Protein Pancakes on the concept of balance - a balance between muscle building protein, and healthy low-GI carbs, and a balance between fast acting whey, and slow digesting casein. Our Protein Pancakes have plenty of benefits and these include:

✔ 22g Protein Per Serving

✔ Protein Contributes to the growth maintenance and development of normal bones

✔ Protein leads to the growth and maintenance of lean muscle mass

A 50/50 Mix of Fast Acting Whey and Slow Digesting Casein

19g of low-GI, slow burning oats

✔ Carbohydrates contribute to the maintenance of normal brain function

✔ Beta Glucans derived from oats have been shown to reduce blood cholesterol

✔ Consumption of oat beta glucans contributes to the reduction of the blood glucose rise in the aftermath of that meal


✔ 35g Protein Pancake Mix (There are 13 different flavours to choose from on site!)

✔ 1 tbsp Coconut Flour

✔ 1 tbsp Self-Raising Wholemeal Flour

✔ 1/2-1 tsp Baking Powder

✔ 1 tbsp Sweetener (stevia)

✔ 1 Egg & 1 Egg White

✔ Around 50ml of Unsweetened Almond Milk (OR Milk of Choice)

✔ 5g Coconut Oil (Optional)PRONUTS


✔ Firstly, preheat your oven to 160c (Gas Mark 3)

✔ Take all of the ingredients apart from the Milk listed and mix them all together in one bowl,

✔ Once you have done this, slowly begin to add in the Almond Milk (or Milk of your choice) until you get a ‘batter’ consistency

✔ Once you have had this consistency, begin to spoon the mixture into donut moulds and bake for about 10 mins
✔ Pop them out to cool and top with toppings of choice and you’re done! Enjoy!

Macros per 1/8 donuts - 43 calories - 1.8g fat - 3.7g protein - 2.7g carbs

Recipes by Karla Wright


If you can't get through the day without your coffee fix then these tasty little treats are perfect for you! Packed with protein and filled with the moreish taste of coffee they'll be a brilliant addition to your protein snacks!


✔ Bodybuilding Warehouse Protein Coffee (2 scoops)
✔ 1 tbsp honey or agave syrup
✔ 1 scoop oats
✔ 1 bar dark or milk chocolate of choice (for melting )
✔ Small dash of water



✔ The first thing you need to do is combine 2 scoops of Protein Coffee powder with 1 scoop oats.
✔ Add in 1 tbsp honey and mix well until a paste starts to form.
✔ A small dash of water may need to be added to the paste which will be of a peanut butter consistency.
✔ Once you have the core mixture ready, melt your chocolate of choice in a Bain Marie and prepare your chocolate mould.
✔ Silicone ice cube trays make great chocolate moulds, however I used a silicone cake pop mould to make rounded care chocolates for this one.
✔ Now to make core chocolates, you need to add a dash of chocolate to each silicone mould.
✔ Next blob in a tsp sized amount of the core filling.
✔ Finally cover the filling with the remaining melted chocolate and pop in the freezer for 15-20 minutes to set.
✔ Once set, serve immediately and enjoy pre or post workout for a sweet treat idea.


The macro breakdown for this recipe is serving size dependant and of course brand dependant on the chocolate you use. I used Green and Black's 85% Dark Chocolate but you may use any.

However this recipe made 10 core chocolates.

Per serving ( per chocolate)

73kcal -  Carbohydrate- 3.5g - Protein- 4.5g - Fat- 3.8g

Recipe by Leanne Caunce


If you love coconut then these creative protein truffles are perfect! Made with our Performance Protein so packed with protein and super easy to make!


✔  1 scoop Chocolate Macaroon Performance Protein

✔  1 teaspoon Pure Coconut Oil

✔  2 tablespoons Vitafiber

✔  30g 85% dark chocolate

✔  15g desiccated coconut

protein truffles 2


✔ The first thing you will need to do is heat the Vitafiber in a pan with the coconut oil until it starts to bubble.

✔ Begin to pour into a mixing bowl and stir in the protein powder to form a dough.

✔ Then, using your hands, shape 6 evenly sized balls / truffles and place on non-stick paper (or a cling-filmed plate)

✔ You can now place these in the fridge for an hour to set, or put in the freezer for 20 minutes.

✔ Using a bain-marie (or a small mixing bowl on top of a pan of boiling water) melt down the dark chocolate.

✔ Use a spoon to coat the truffles in the chocolate, ensuring each truffle is completely covered.

✔ Place each truffle back on to the non-stick paper and sprinkle with the desiccated coconut.

✔ Put back in the fridge for 30 minutes to cool.

✔ Enjoy the left over melted chocolate!

Recipe By @OxfordFitness

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