protein powder problem
I have a problem. I can’t stop purchasing protein powders. I have discussed a few of them before in this post, but recently my collection has expanded and I realized that there might be an issue here. I am not just hoarding them for giggles, I do actually use them, so this addiction may not be all bad. I also do not discriminate with my powders. I have hemp, sprouted legumes, whey, brown rice, and egg white. The only cat I am opposed to is soy. Sorry, soy.
Here is what I do with the troops:
I bake with them:
The recipe for these delights is heading your way tomorrow. Stay tuned…
I also add protein powder of choice to my oat bran. A lot. This sweetens up the oat bran a wee bit and it gets in a hefty serving of protein. Win!
I used Thorne’s Vegalite Chocolate flavored protein powder in this creation. I am usually all about vanilla with my protein powder, but this fella was a nice switcharo.
And finally the most beloved protein powder of all, is my Metagenics Ultra Clear. This Time I got the Ultra clear plus PH. This “plus PH” supposedly makes your body more alkaline. Fine by me. After this holiday season I could use more alkalinity. I seriously love stuff. I love the taste and it gives me bundles of energy while keeping me oh, so full for hours. I sound like an infomercial.
I always save my favorite child for green smoothies.
And that is all I’ve got. What do you use your protein powders for? Or am I the only one with this odd addiction?
Hellllloooooo, I’m Kelli
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