Its always overwhelming seeing all these amazing recipes online and not owning any of the bloody ingredients to make them. I have done a quick list of where I order my ingredients from where I have found good prices and good quality supplements and superfoods! If anyone has any other great websites they use, please let me know 😀 I get extremely happy when I find new online ordering sites!!!
I have also added some recipes from my blog where you can use the ingredients.
80 Naked Whey in Vanilla, sweetened with stevia
Also good to keep Casein Protein which is thicker and good to make protein bars with, like recipe bellow 😀
If you use my referral code you get extra free whey protein CF108303
If you use the code HF50600 you get free meat on your order
Chicken, 5kgs for £25
1KG tubs of nut butters.. Cashew is the bomb!!
Vitafiber to make protein bars with.. Try these Peanut Butter Quest Bars or the Protein Cashew Milky Way Bars (bellow)
Omega 3 tablets
Quest bars.. Great to keep for emergency meals
Low fat peanut flour (good for pancakes)
You can even get kangaroo, crocodile and emu if you fancy??!
Try these Coconut Protein Pancakes
Nori sheets (to make sushi)
Xantham Gum (good thickener for shakes)
Now for a recipe containing a number of the ingredients above. It wasn’t my intention to recreate a Milky Way Bar although A number of people have told me these taste like Milky Way Bars.
They are super easy and fast to make. You can do them with or without the chocolate coating.
With out the coating they are only 61 calories per ball!!!
Protein Cashew Milky Way Bars
60g vanilla casein protein powder
100g vita fiber syrup
60g cashew butter
Chocolate coating (optional)
4 tbsp coconut oil
2 tbsp raw cacao powder
In a high speed blender (yes it has to be a good one or it will have a melt down) add the inside ingredients and blend untill a dough like consistency is formed. Remove from the bender and roll into 20 small balls. For the coating, melt the coconut oil and add the cacao powder. Stir until combined. Coat each ball with the chocolate mixture and place on a trap in the fridge to set.
Try rolling the balls in crushed nuts, seeds or super-foods to add a crunch