Try these easy vanilla protein powder recipes to power up your day!
There’s no denying that a protein-rich diet is crucial for optimal energy and health.
But on the days that a shake just isn’t cutting it, whip up a new recipe with your protein powder.
Vanilla protein powder is the most readily available on the market. Though sometimes, it just doesn’t have a great flavor.
With a mild taste, it’s easy to use in a variety of delicious recipes.
From ice cream to fruity smoothies and fluffy waffles, the possibilities are endless.
Try one, or try them all. I’ve put together 15 fantastic uses for vanilla protein powder!
Who can resist a bowl of ice cream after a good workout?
That’s right, ditch the shaker bottle and dig into this easy ice cream instead!
Coconut milk, protein powder, and a sweetener of your choice are all this recipe needs.
I prefer to sweeten it with dates for a little extra flavor.
Blend these ingredients together and freeze in a loaf pan. It’s really that easy!
I have so many fond memories of puppy chow at school parties. It’s sweet, simple, and always a scrumptious snack.
This version has all the chocolate and peanut butter flavor you want, but is healthier!
The final dusting of “sugar” is with protein powder instead of sugar.
An easy sweet snack like this is a great afternoon pick-me-up.
Or, sneak it in your kids’ lunch box for a bit of extra nutrition they’ll love.
Anyone who loves coffee has to try this protein shake! It’s slightly sweet, rich, and the perfect start to any day of the week.
A little cold coffee, banana, ice, almond milk, and protein powder is all you need.
You can add in a dash of cinnamon, vanilla, and sweetener for extra flavor.
Blend the ingredients together for a frappe-style cold coffee. Trust me, it’s as good as it sounds!
You can’t go wrong with a strawberry banana smoothie. Honestly, I think this tastes more like a milkshake than a smoothie.
Fresh strawberries and bananas are a match made in heaven.
Blend with yogurt, protein powder, and your favorite milk for one sweet treat.
Vanilla protein powder is the perfect addition to this smoothie. It adds a warmer flavor to the sweet fruit additions.
What’s better than a beautiful drink that tastes good, and is good for your body?
Nothing, honestly. And this blueberry shake hits all those marks.
There’s quite a bit of protein powder added to this shake.
This makes for an ultra-rich and creamy smoothie unlike any other!
For a colder treat, use frozen blueberries in this shake. Each glass will be beautifully purple, sweet, and healthy!
High protein breakfasts have been my key to success lately! With recipes like this, it’s easy and delicious.
Each serving of this French toast has 20 grams of protein from the egg and protein powder.
You’ll notice that adding protein powder just deepens the flavor, with no extra work.
Make this just like traditional French toast, and top it with your favorite fixings. Or, just enjoy it as is.
Yogurt based protein smoothies can feel heavy right before a workout.
I love this simple recipe for a boost right before I hit the gym.
Vanilla protein powder packs in the protein to this smoothie.
Blend together with milk, raspberries, banana, and chia seeds to smoothie perfection.
Enjoy in a bowl with granola, or in a cup on the go. You’ll soon see why this is my favorite fruit smoothie!
Peach season brings smiles all around my home. From cobblers and pies to smoothies and snacks, peaches are the best!
Take your favorite stone fruit to the next level with this easy protein shake.
It has the flavor of a peach cobbler, without the extra calories.
Fresh peaches, cinnamon, and vanilla protein powder are unbeatable together! Can you ask for more in a simple shake?
I had a bit of an obsession with overnight oats for a while. Protein oatmeal is even better for you and is so simple to make.
This recipe walks you through preparing a simple protein oatmeal base.
Top it with peanut butter, nuts, and fruit for one beautiful breakfast.
Depending on the type of vanilla protein powder you use, you might need more liquid.
Add extra milk for the consistency you crave.
Who can resist a fluffy stack of flapjacks? If you raised your hand, this recipe isn’t for you.
Seriously, you’ll never be able to tell these pancakes are actually good for you!
They’re tender, moist, and come out perfectly each time.
The added vanilla protein powder goes well with a dash of cinnamon. Top them with your favorite syrup and fruit and enjoy!
Picky-eater and mom-approved!
11. Protein Waffles
Once upon a time, I was the first in line for waffles at a continental breakfast. Now, I opt to make my own healthier waffles at home!
Giant fluffy waffles with protein mixed in are a great way to start the day.
There’s no processed waffle mix in this recipe. It’s all made from scratch!
Nut butter, yogurt, and fruit all make great toppings for a healthier waffle.
Or, enjoy them with butter and syrup and indulge a little!
Mug cakes are my favorite late-night fix for a sweet treat.
With healthier recipes like this, you don’t have to feel guilty for treating yourself!
The cake in this recipe is a light, keto vanilla cake. Make the cake with just seven pantry staples, and sprinkle in chocolate chips!
Mug cakes are a great way to introduce baking to kids, or to make in dorm rooms.
But who am I kidding, they’re great for adults, too!
These blueberry muffins are my go-to for bake sales, sympathy baskets, and easy breakfasts.
I love knowing that I’m giving out healthy snacks that taste amazing!
Rather than a flour-based muffin, these are made with oats.
This adds an amazing texture to partner with bursting blueberries, and warm vanilla!
With the right ingredients, this recipe is gluten-free, low-carb, and protein filled. Talk about a win!
Who knew cheesecake could be made with protein powder? It doesn’t matter now, because we all know!
Mix together seven simple ingredients for the cheesecake batter, and chill.
Roll the cheesecake in graham cracker crumbs for delicious sweet snacks.
Be warned, cheesecake bites are easy to indulge in. You might just want two, or three, but who cares when they’re so healthy?
Mousse like this deserves to be served at a five-star restaurant. You’ll never know just how healthy it is!
Double the protein with peanut powder and vanilla protein powder.
This is whipped up in Greek yogurt and leveled up with creamy peanut butter.
Serve it with a sprinkle of chopped nuts and cocoa nibs for a beautiful, sweet dessert!
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