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Myprotein's unique home bake protein muffins are an excellent food supplement for anyone that enjoys baking and wants an added protein intake throughout the day in the form of a healthy snack. These Protein Muffins use a blend of protein concentrate, milk protein concentrate and egg protein which provide a comprehensive amino acid profile. All you need to do is add milk and bake in the oven and you have a delicious snack that can be consumed at any time of the day.
To make your own protein packed muffins preheat oven to gas mark 5/190C and line a muffin tin with paper muffin cases. Mix 3 1/3 large scoops (100g) with 100ml of milk and add 2 tablespoons of Myprotein's Coconupure Oil (Coconut oil). Separate into 4 portions and cook the muffins for 12-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Full directions and recipe ideas can be found on the Myprotein website.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Not suitable for vegetarians.
For allergens, including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients in bold.
Unflavoured: Protein Blend (38%) (Whey Protein Concentrate (Milk), Milk Protein Concentrate, Egg White Powder), Carbohydrate Blend (37%) (Ground Oats, Dextrose), Raising Agent (Sodium Bicarbonate), Flaxseed Powder (Cold Milled), Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin).
|Energy||1461 kJ/345 kcal||17%|
|of which saturates||1.6 g||8%|
|of which sugars||21 g||23%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
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I was suprised how nice these were considering how easy they were to make. As they are unflavoured you can be adventurous. Add additional things such as cocoa powder and fried fruit or even flavoured protein power. Just remember it will effect how much mix/oil you will need. Also I made an amazing frosting using MyProtein Natural Chocolate whey and light Philadelphia. Definitely worth trying!! Overall they are a great alternative when you fancy a sweet treat.
The mix is easy to make and easy to clean up The mix is great plain or when mixed in with other flavours such as chocolate. Suitable for larger bakes to made a Victoria sponge with some zero kcal preserve Goes Well With:Coffee (after baked of course)
I added cocoa powder, vanilla and stevia for protein muffins - they tasted great, by did puff up a bit more than I expected! So they were a little funnily shaped but still made for a great guilt free method of protein intake. Great on-the-go snack and pack a good amount of protein, would definitely recommend :)
I added some lemon essence and poppy seeds to the mixture, very tasty. Had to reduce the baking time from the time stated on the packaging so check at regular shorter intervals, otherwise very easy to make, fast baking and a great snack if you're watching what you're eating. Goes Well With:Lemon Essence and Poppy Seeds
Really easy to mix and cook. Great nutritional value and taste great. Goes Well With:Coco powder or vanilla essence
The mix itself, isn't to bad. I will say though to take the taste from okay to wow. You should add some sweeter and maybe your choice of essence to really get those taste buds going.
I have ventured in kitchen by making a 100% protein Waffle and the outcome in term of the taste was incredible. My 750 gr pouch no longer last a month. All i did is mix the protein muffin mix, brown rice and pea protein. I added pea protein to enhance the batter texture. It was so yummy that I am now about to order another batch. I will be having this at least twice per week. It takes 15 minutes to have the waffle ready. This is what I need straight after a heavy weight lifting session. carb/ protein ration can be modified to your own taste. Oat floor could be substituted to brown rice.Goes Well With:Brown rice, powdered skimmed milk and pea protein
I don't often eat cakes or muffins but these were a very pleasant snack after workout days, they have a little of what i need, were easy to mix up and bake.Goes Well With:Protein shake
This mix worked really well and was really straight forward. I'm used to baking and have done so for ages, but I fancied doing something that wasn't going to pack on the pounds! These are obviously not as fluffy/crumbly as your standard coffee-shop-gourmet muffin, but what do you expect? Doing low-cal, high protein, low sugar baking means that we have to make compromises. Luckily these muffins allow quite a bit of room for creativity. Sprinkle with dessicated coconut, add cinnamon, vanilla or orange extract, cocoa powder, poppy seeds or even your favourite MP flava drops...done!Goes Well With:cinnamon, coconut, coconpure, almond butter
Great taste but would like to find out how much protein does each muffin contains :)