Category Archives: Premier Protein Recipes
Combining your daily coffee fix with a boost of protein kills two birds with one stone. Lucky for you, this Irish Cream frozen latte recipe is delicious and satisfying. This recipe serves two.
Sometimes a protein shake makes for a convenient, quick breakfast. Other mornings a warm fluffy waffle hits the spot. Combine the two for a great breakfast option with strawberry protein waffles.
Light, fluffy and delicious, this recipe gives you a guilt free treat to enjoy while getting in an extra protein boost.
You may think frozen yogurt makes for a healthier treat than ice cream, which isn’t necessarily wrong, but what you find in a tub is often packed with sugar and offers little protein. This recipe makes your own frozen yogurt bark by using protein shake and Greek yogurt.
Creamy, tart, sweet, and delicious. Can’t be healthy… right? Key Lime Pie is a decadent dessert, but this protein swap means a more nutritionally balanced treat.
Strawberries and banana make a tasty treat. Boosted with protein, enjoy this cool dessert without the guilt of a typical cheesecake parfait.
Many of us enjoy those special holiday cups of a seasonal coffee, but high sugar and fat they may not be as bariatric friendly as you’d like to meet your diet goals. Making a few at home swaps to achieve a festive drink can turn your holiday drink into a protein boost.
Tis the season for cookie decorating and exchanges, but Christmas cookies can bust your weight loss goals. This protein shake gives you that familiar sugar cookie taste, without the unwanted calories.
If you’re a coffee drinker, you may know the coffee itself isn’t what packs on the calories, it is the sweetener and creamers that we often add to it. If you aren’t someone who prefers your coffee black, swapping your creamer for a premier protein shake is a great option. Unlike some protein shakes, Premier Protein® tolerates heat and can be mixed into hot beverages like coffee without splitting. Depending on your flavor preference, this protein hack works great with vanilla, caramel, or chocolate. This is also a great option for patients who utilize shakes for their protein intake but don’t care for the level of sweetness. Mixing with bitter coffee helps to cut the sugary sweetness. If you’re grabbing coffee at a coffee shop, just ask for your drink with extra room or if they will serve it in a larger cup.
Eggnog is a classic holiday staple for many. For a bariatric friendly version, consider using a protein shake instead of the traditional high calorie milk, cream and sugar combination.