5 Whey Protein Recipes

Whey protein is the most popular supplement in the world, and it can be used for much more than just shakes. Here are 5 quick, easy, and delicious recipes using only Myprotein’s incredibly versatile Impact Whey Protein and a few other items that you probably already have in your kitchen.

The Recipes

 1. Protein Brownies

These protein brownies are perfect for satisfying that sweet tooth while on a healthy diet. They’re moist, rich, and have no added sugars or artificial ingredients.


? 6 bananas

? 2 eggs

? 6 tbsp. of Peanut Butter

? 3 scoops of Impact Whey Protein (Recommended Flavor: Chocolate Brownie)


 1. Put all ingredients into a blender (or bowl) and mix until smooth.

 2. Coat a baking pan with olive or coconut oil.

 3. Pour the mixture into the baking pan.

 4. Bake at 350 F for approximately 15 minutes.


? Calories: 200

? Fat: 7 g

? Carbs: 22 g

? Protein: 13 g

* This recipe makes 8 large brownies.

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 2. Protein Banana Pancakes

Looking for a low carb and healthy alternative to everybody’s favorite breakfast food? You’ve come to the right place. Skip the trip to IHOP and make these pancakes at home with just 3 simple ingredients.


? 3 bananas

? 3 eggs

? 3 scoops Impact Whey Protein (Recommended Flavor: Vanilla)


 1. Put all ingredients into a blender (or bowl) and mix until smooth.

 2. Coat a frying pan with olive or coconut oil.

 3. Pour a moderate amount of the mixture onto the pan.

 4. Cook on a LOW heat for approximately 5 minutes per side (or until golden brown).

 5. Top with peanut butter and honey (in moderation).


? Calories: 215

? Fat: 6 g

? Carbs: 20 g

? Protein: 20 g

*Recipe makes 4 large pancakes. Macros do not include peanut butter or honey.


 3. Protein Pudding

This little creation is perfect as a dip for fruit or even on its own. Pro tip: put this in the freezer for half an hour before eating to make an ice cream-like dessert.


? 1 cup plain greek yogurt

? 2 tbsp. peanut putter

? 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein (Recommended Flavor: Chocolate Smooth)


Just mix everything together and enjoy!


? Calories: 420

? Fat: 18 g

? Carbs: 15 g

? Protein: 50 g

*Recipe makes 1 serving.

protein pudding

 4. Protein Overnight Oats

These overnight oats make for an ideal breakfast or replenishing post-workout meal. If you’ve never had your oats cold, now is the time to start!


? 1/2 cup uncooked oats

? 2 tbsp of Peanut Butter

?  1 banana

? 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein (Recommended Flavor: Salted Caramel)


 1. Put all ingredients into a bowl with water or almond milk and stir/mix.

 2. Refrigerate overnight (or for 2-3 hours).


? Calories: 540

? Fat: 18

? Carbs: 60

? Protein: 34

*Recipe makes 1 serving.

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 5. Protein Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

These protein cookies are so good, you could serve them at a party and nobody would know any different. They’re great for kids, too!


? 3 bananas

? 1 cup uncooked oats – add more oats as necessary to get a lumpy consistency

? 1/4 cup raisins

? 2 scoops Impact Whey Protein (Recommended Flavor: Cinnamon Roll)


 1. Mash bananas in a bowl, then add all other ingredients and mix well.

 2. Place about 10 medium-sized scoops of the mixture on a non-stick baking sheet (or foil or parchment paper).

 3. Bake at 350 F for 15 minutes (or until golden brown).


? Calories: 95

? Fat: 1

? Carbs: 16

? Protein: 6

*Recipe makes 10 cookies.

whey protein cookie

Take Home Message

So here you have 5 great recipes to make the most of Impact Whey Protein rather than just putting it in a shake. Give them a try and be sure to let us know about your attempts by linking to the @myproteinus Instagram account for a chance of having your photo featured!

Kevin Warren

Kevin Warren

Writer and expert

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