My Top 3 Vegan Protein Smoothies in July 2018

Below are my favourite recipes I made last month.

Try a wide range of protein powders to help you recover from your training at Bulk Powders.

Let me know if you attempt any of my recipes.



My Top 5 Vegan Protein Smoothies in June 2018

Last month I experimented more with my protein smoothies, and even baked with protein powder for the first time.

Below are my favourite recipes in June.



My Top 5 Vegan Protein Smoothies in May 2018

I have become a Bulk Powders Affiliate.

I love their vegan protein powder range, which supplements my diet in delicious ways.

Below are my favourite experiments in May.

Please comment if you try any.



My Top 3 Vegan Protein Smoothies in April 2018

I have become a protein smoothie addict.

Last month I experimented with a range of ingredients.

Below are my most delicious and filling recipes in April.

Even my Vibrams wanted some.

Comment if you try any.



Fig, Grape and Walnut Bars

This nutrient-rich energy bar is a delicious treat after a run, as it contains natural sugars and will hydrate you.

I first chop 220g of dried figs (antioxidants and vitamin K). I place them in a food processor with the following ingredients:

  • 270g fresh grapes (vitamin C)
  • 100g crushed walnuts (manganese and folic acid)
  • 10g milled flaxseed (vitamin B6 and Omega-3)

I spread the mixture in a loaf tin and placed it in the freezer for at least an hour. The loaf can then be cut into slices.

The bars are best eaten individually straight from the freezer as they quickly lose their shape due to the high water content.

Fig, Grape and Walnut Freezer Bars

Homemade Energy Balls

I can eat so many of these homemade treats that I always have to make more.

I first chop 250g of dates (magnesium and potassium). I then blend them in a food processor with the following ingredients:

  • 100g dried cranberries (antioxidants)
  • 55g ground almonds (vitamin E) or milled tiger nuts (fibre)
  • 50g organic cocao powder (magnesium and antioxidants)
  • 30g flaxseed (vitamin B6 and Omega-3)
  • 100g chopped prunes (potassium and copper)
  • 30g chia seeds (phosphorus and Omega-3)

I also add several tablespoons of water to bind the mixture.

I then roll into 15 equally sized squidgy balls and freeze them for several hours before devouring.

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