Barb Hodgens
Barb Hodgens

Barb Hodgens loves to cook with alternative, healthy whole food ingredients, with a focus on gut health. Barb has overcome her own gut health issues through healthy eating. Share your ideas, comments and photos at the end of this post :)

homemade protein powder

Full of nutrient-packed nuts and seeds.

Whether you need something more filling to start the day, replenish yourself after a workout, or simply keen to get more nutrients, supplementing with a protein powder might be the answer.

There are many different styles of protein powders on the market – they come in large tubs and the contents often shrouded in mystery. These pricey commercial powders are highly processed, contain artificial sweeteners, flavourings, and additives. 

Luckily, you can prepare your own protein powder at home, and the best part is that you know exactly what’s in it. This simple 5-ingredient protein powder is made in the Vibe Blender System and can be customised to your needs. We deliberately chose paleo and vegan ingredients that offer the highest amount of plant-based protein. It’s full of nutrient-packed nuts and seeds and also offer essential fatty acids, iron, zinc and many other micronutrients.  

homemade protein powder

The most popular way to use homemade protein powder is to make healthy shakes and smoothies. For an extra boost of protein consider including homemade yogurt, whey (from dripped homemade yogurt), spiralina, avocado, peanut butter or egg yolk.  

Our decadent chocolate smoothie bowl already offers a bunch of protein but adding this blend mix will give it a real boost. Protein powder can also be mixed into overnight oats, breakfast jars, or sprinkled over homemade yogurt or granola.

homemade protein powder

star

PIN THIS RECIPE 

homemade protein powder

 

Liquid error (sections/article-template line 175): Could not find asset snippets/easydisqus.liquid