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Greek Yogurt for Bodybuilding

When it comes to getting your protein needs met, you might be finding that you quickly grow tired of eating chicken breast after chicken breast.

And at this point, eggs don’t sound much better.

One protein source that you’ll definitely want to consider adding to your regular diet plan is Greek yogurt. Greek yogurt not only contains less sugar than traditional yogurt, but it’s also lower in lactose as well. Therefore, it tends to ‘sit’ well with most people.

Not sure how to use it?

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Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes

Sweet potatoes are one of the healthiest sources of carbohydrates, and combine that with 30g protein per serving in these pancakes, you’re all set for building muscle while still enjoying your food!

Oh and these pancakes have frosting too :)

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Protein shake recipes

If you are busy and constantly on the go building lean muscle mass and getting in quality nutrition can be tough. One of the easiest strategies to compensate for a hectic schedule is meal replacement shakes. Whether you oversleep and only have 5 minutes for breakfast, or you need a quick hit of muscle building calories throughout the day – a blender should be your best friend.

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Blueberry Mug Cake Recipe

Blueberries are one of the best sources of antioxidants… and with 30g protein, this mug cake ranks high up on the health scale!

If desserts are your thing, you’ll want try this summertime treat.

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Coconut Pumpkin Mug Cake Recipe

I bet you never thought of mixing pumpkin with coconut!

You’re probably going to like it, and we know you’re going to like the fact that each serving has 29g protein and only 4.3g sugar!

Cake Ingredients:
  • 2 egg whites
  • 2.5 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1/2 scoop FitMiss Vanilla Chai protein powder
  • 3 tbsp unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/4 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
Frosting Ingredients:
  • 1/2 scoop FitMiss Vanilla Chai protein powder
  • 1 tbsp milk
  • 1/2 tbsp shredded coconut (to be sprinkled on top)
  1. Mix all cake ingredients in blender until smooth (about 20-30 seconds until batter is thick).
  2. Spray a bowl with non-stick oil, pour in your batter and top with plastic wrap or a damp paper towel.
  3. Microwave for 2 minutes
  4. Transfer cake to a plate. Be careful as it will be crumbly but also very soft and moist!
  5. Make protein frosting and pour over cake.
  6. Sprinkle cake with 1/2 tbsp shredded coconut.

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Does anyone not like bacon??

It might not be the healthiest food, but it is loaded with protein, which is required for building muscle.

If you really want to keep it healthy, use organic/grass fed/preservative-free bacon, or turkey bacon.

Here are 3 amazing bacon recipes that will keep your protein intake high, and your tastebuds happy.

Maple Bacon Biscuits

Bacon Protein Recipes
I’m personally not a fan of Maple, but I’m sure this recipe could be made without the maple syrup.

This recipe is from Quest, so you know it has to taste good.

Each biscuit has 120 calories, 13g protein, 5g fat, and 3g net carbs.

Click here for the recipe, and click here if you need to buy Quest Protein Powder to make these biscuits.

Bacon Omelet Bites

Bacon Omelete Recipe
This recipe requires minimal effort, but it makes a great snack (or meal, depending how many you eat).

You can make a whole muffin pan of these (12 omelets) and just keep the extras in the fridge for a quick snack on the go.

Click here for the recipe, and remember you can add or remove your any veggies that you like or don’t like.

This video is for a very similar recipe, so have a look and see just how easy it is!

Bacon Protein Pancakes

Bacon Protein Pancakes
Here’s another recipe that you can make in bulk, and heat up the leftovers as you need them.

Move over Bisquick, there’s a healthier pancake in the room!

Grab the recipe here, and add some extra bacon if you want 😉

248 calories, 10g fat, 20g carbs, 18g protein. (per 2 pancakes)