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How To Use Protein Powder: Ideas For Incorporating It Into Your Routine

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Make A Frozen Treat

“Lately I’ve been loving making frozen or cold treats with protein powder, like my Protein Cookie Dough,” says Christine McMichael of Jar Of Lemons.

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Try Protein Ice Cream

You can eat this ice cream for breakfast, per Brittany Mullins, holistic nutritionist and founder of Eating Bird Food.

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DIY Some Protein Pancakes

Speaking of breakfast, you can buy already-mixed protein pancake mix (WH likes the Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes) or you can DIY them.

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Elevate Your Morning Muffins

“These Blueberry Banana Protein Muffins are at the top of my list for baked goods with protein powder,” says McMichael. "You can swap 1/4 cup of protein powder for 1/4 cup of flour in any muffin recipe."

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Go For A Savory Snack

In this recipe from Ketchum, the whey protein powder helps replace the gluten, so this keto bread will rise properly and hold together better. Magic!

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Make Overnight Oats

I was inspired by a recipe I saw in Arnold Schwarzenegger’s daily newsletter (it’s pretty good, guys) and made some tweaks to create my own go-to overnight oats that I make pretty much every day.

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Bulk Up Classics

Another way I personally use protein powder, and Kimball backs me here, is mixing it into go-to snacks and meals that otherwise would be a little lower in protein.

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Protein Pudding

I sometimes make a protein “shake” into a pudding by adding less water to get a pudding-like consistency. But Mullins offers a more legit (and probably tastier) version that you can customize into one of three flavors

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