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.
Preheat oven to gas mark 5/190°C and line a muffin tin with paper muffin cases. Mix 3 Large MP Scoops (100g) with 100ml of milk and 2 tablespoons of vegetable/coconut oil and mix together (the mix should be relatively thick). 100g will make approximately 4 muffins. Add the mix to the muffins cases and cook in the oven on gas mark 5 for 12-15 minutes or until golden brown. Allow muffins to cool for 5 minutes in the tray before lifting out onto a rack to cool completely.
Protein Blend (Whey protein concentrate*, milk protein concentrate*, egg white powder), Carbohydrate blend (ground oats, dextrose), Flavouring, Sodium Bicarbonate, Flaxseed powder (cold milled). *From Milk.
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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 :)
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 :)