How To Use Protein Powder
Protein powder are an extremely versatile food supplement. Many people think they're only good for shakes, but this could not be further from the truth. When it comes to baking, protein powders are an excellent way to reduce the amount of refined carbohydrates from flour, and increase the protein content.
When baking anything from muffins to pancakes, simply switch some of the flour for protein powder. Try a little at first to ensure your baked goods still turn out as expected. This handy little trick will reduce the glycemic impact of the food, which means blood sugar levels won't rise as fast, and that's a great thing.
You can also add protein powder to cereal. Instead of only using milk, mix in half a scoop of Kaizen 100% Whey Protein. This will boost the protein content of the bowl of cereal. The same applies for oatmeal and Cream of Wheat. A simple splash of protein powder converts these foods to a more balanced blend of carbohydrates and protein. Your blood sugar levels will love you for it.
These are a constant crowd pleaser. Instead of reaching for sugar filled frozen sugar products, take your favorite protein shake combination and freeze it. From your local dollar store, you can buy popsicle molds with handy sticks to hold while eating your delicious frozen treats. You can create tasty frozen fruit treats, including chocolate indulgences. These treats are great for kids and adults alike. They make an incredible choice for those late night sweet tooth cravings. They have far less sugar than traditional frozen products, and end up being a great source of protein.
As you can see, protein powders can be used for more than just protein shakes. I hope these examples give you an idea of just how versatile Kaizen 100% Whey Protein can be.