Make a Spread of Protien Shake:
Now the protein will need to be peanut butter flavored, but it's important to note that certain whey blends mix thicker than others (especially those with xanthan or guar gum).
Add Some Crunch
Add a little extra flair to your shakes: toss in some chia seeds, unsweetened coconut flakes, cocoa nibs, or even granola, if you have the calories to spare.
Learn how to bake with protein powder. Here are a few ways.
Make Overnight Oats
Grab the largest Tupperware container in your possession and assemble Oats, Protein, Powder, Cocoa Powder, Fruit, Greek Yogurt, Coconut Oil, Peanut or Almond Butter, Flax or Chia Seeds, Cinnamon, and Splenda. When combining ingredients, mix the wet ingredients with the protein first. Then mix in the rest. Let it sit in your fridge overnight.
Use It as a Topping
Try whipping up some protein pancakes and then drizzling achocolate shake on top as syrup. Add just enough water so that it begins to get thick and resemble the texture of syrup rather than spackling paste.
Turn It Into Ice Cream
Here's what you're going to need: protein powder (Whey works best), Frozen fruit , Liquid and Xanthan gum
Make a Rice Pudding out of it