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Healthy Snack Ideas

Posted on September 5, 2016 by BBWarehouse There have been 0 comments

We all know that a healthy body and good physiques aren't just made in the gym. It takes hard work and dedication in the kitchen, too. We want to share with you some of the tastiest healthy snack ideas that are made using our products!


Freezer Fudge

Here's a pretty simple, 4 step recipe that's super tasty and makes protein freezer fudge. I made banana peanut butter flavour, which is just delicious!

Protein Fudge
You will need:
✔ 125g Pure Peanut Butter (Smooth)
✔ 50g Pure Whey Protein 80 (any flavour you choose)
✔ 40g Vitafiber Syrup
✔ 20g Sugar free caramel syrup (any low calorie syrup/honey/agave nectar/maple syrup)
✔ 10g Pure Coconut Oil


1. Pop the peanut butter, vitafiber syrup and coconut oil into the microwave for 30 seconds at a time stirring until it's all melted and goey.

2. Stir in the whey and the sugar free syrup it should form a slightly sticky dough.

3. Line a tray/tub with foil, press the mixture into it and freeze for a couple hours.

4. Slice and enjoy the nice = freezer fudge. Enjoy it straight from the freezer.

 *Must be stored in the freezer.

Macros per 1/12 pieces: 89 calories / 6.4g protein / 6g fat / 2g carbs and a whopping 3g fibre per piece!

Made by Karla Wright



Everyone loves a bit of cheesecake, even more so when it's a healthy, high protein version! Another fantastically tasty and guilt free dessert recipe from Karla.

Protein cheesecakeWhat you need for the base:
✔ 40g Sukrin coconut flour
✔ 25g I can't believe it's not butter - lighter
✔ 25g carefree foods chocolate syrup OR (other low calorie syrup / honey, maple syrup)
✔ (optional) 1 tbsp sweetener of choice - I used Sukrin gold
✔ (Optional) vanilla extract

What you need for the cheesecake:
✔ 30g cookies and cream Premium Protein Mousse
✔ 250g quark
✔ 100g 0% total Greek yogurt
✔ 1-2 tbsp of sweetener

Tools: I used a 5" springform tin.

What to do:
1. Add the coconut flour to a frying pan and toast it gently for 3-5 mins stirring continually to make sure it doesn't burn! It should turn a light golden brown colour. Do not over toast it. Remove from the heat and into a bowl.

2. Add the butter and syrup to a bowl and microwave for around 20s.

3. Add all of the base ingredients together and combine using a fork until thoroughly mixed.

4. Press the base mixture tightly into a springform tin and pop into the freezer whilst you make your cheesecake.

5. Add all of the cheesecake ingredients to a bowl and whisk them all together. Now is the time to add in any extras if you wanted to like spices, chocolate chips, fruit, melted chocolate, biscuits etc. (I used an electric whisk)

6. Take your base out from the freezer and top with the cheesecake mix and put it in the fridge for a good 3-4 hours allowing it to set!

Macros: per generous 1/4 cheesecake = 137 calories / 17g protein / 3.5g fat / 6g carbs

Or the whole thing if you're in monster mode:  540 calories / 67g protein / 14g fat / 23g carbs

Made by Karla Wright


Double Choc Brownies

First up are these Double Choc Brownies! Easy to make using our Chocolate Cookie Pure Whey 80 and packed full of Protein! You could add these to your Sunday night prep routine and be munching on them through the week as a tasty treat.

What you need:

✔ 100g Cocoa Chocolate
✔ 2tsp Coconut Oil
✔ 2 Large Eggs
✔ 120g Xylitol (or other sugar alternative)Healthy Snack - Double Choc Brownie
✔ 220g 0% Fage Greek Yogurt
✔ small dash of vanilla extract
✔ 75g BBW Chocolate Cookie Pure Whey 80
✔ 70g Sukrin coconut flour

✔ 1/4tsp baking powder

What to do:
1. Break up the pieces of chocolate and place in a small bowl with the 2 tsp of coconut oil. Microwave for 1 minute. Stir and continue cooking in 15-30 second burst until the chocolate has melted.
2. Place all the wet ingredients in a bowl – the melted chocolate mix, eggs, xylitol, greek yogurt and vanilla extract. Mix well until combined.
3. Stir in the chocolate protein powder, coconut flour and baking powder. Mix everything together until you form a thick batter.
4. Place the brownie batter in to a greased and lined cake tin (I used a 8inch square pan).
5. Cook in the centre of the oven for 15-20 mins (for a fan oven).
6. Cut into 16 pieces.
7. Enjoy!

Macros per piece: 111kals | Protein 8.3g | Carbs 9.8g | Fat 5.1g
Made by Charlotte Davies


Chocolate Fudge Waffles

These Waffles were too good for us not to share with you! Made using our Chocolate Fudge Flavour Protein Mousse. This Mousse boasts an impressive 8,420mg of BCAA's in every 50g serving as well as being packed full of Protein - it's the perfect snack day or night.

What you need:

✔ 10g Pure Casein
✔ 20g Premium Protein Mousse
✔ 20g wholemeal s/r flour
Healthy Snack - Waffles✔ 5g cacao / cocoa powder
✔ 1 egg
✔ Almond milk
✔ Stevia/other sweetener optional
✔ Waffle maker

What to do:

✔ First off, you will need to add all of the dry ingredients into a bowl and mix adding in any flavourings or spices that you might want to try!
✔ Once this has been mixed thoroughly, you can begin to add in the wet ingredients, adding in the almond milk a little at a time until you achieve a slightly thicker than pancake batter consistency.
✔ All that's left is to add this mixture to your hot waffle maker/waffle iron and away you go!
✔ Once they're cooked stack them up high and add as many toppings as possible!

*Once cooled these can also be kept in an airtight container ready to be toasted or eaten cold another day. Brilliant for meal prep!

You can also try an alternative flavour of Cinnamon & Vanilla. This is done simply by using Vanilla Casein, 1tsp of Cinnamon and 1tsp of Vanilla Essence. Once they're cooked you can even top them with very light butter, a sprinkle of Cinnamon and a sprinkle of Sukrin gold sugar!

Macros per stack: 300kals | 35g protein | 9g fat | 16g carbs
Made by Karla Wright

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