Category Archives: Premier Protein Recipes
The combination of chocolate and peanut butter offers the salty and sweet we often crave. Turning this into a high protein snack helps bariatric patients maintain a better balanced diet with low sugar.
Creamy and cold, this protein fortified frozen coffee is sure to pump up your morning, or afternoon. Combine cold brew coffee with a ready made shake and add some texture by blending with ice and a touch of cream. This recipe makes two servings.
Pineapple’s distinct, tropical flavor always feels bright and fun. This protein treat uses that iconic flavor to boost your protein intake and bring a sunny smile to your face.
Note: This recipe uses an ice cream maker. If you don’t have one, do a quick google for ice cream making hacks!
Creamy frozen yogurt with a pop of fruity berries makes this recipe a treat. Fortifying with protein adds extra nutrition and makes this recipe a bariatric friendly treat.
Pistachios unique flavor bring a fun twist to your regular protein shake. Mix it up using sugar free pistachio pudding and ice to make your protein shake more indulgent while meeting your bariatric diet requirements.
Peanut butter and banana are a classic pair for a reason. Mix up this bariatric friendly protein shake to bring a fresh take to your boring shake.
- 1 Premier Protein® Chocolate Shake
- ½ of a Medium Banana, peeled and frozen
- 2 Tbsp powdered Peanut Butter
- 5 Cubes of Ice
Need a fruity, protein pick me up? A cool, thick smoothie can be a satisfying breakfast or lunch. Using a low-calorie protein shake as the liquid component balances the natural sugars in the fruit helping you feel full longer and better manages a shift in blood sugar. This bariatric surgery appropriate recipe can be easily changed up by adding spices like cinnamon or swapping in other fruits or berries.
Cheesecake is an indulgent treat, but does indulgent have to equal unhealthy? Using a protein shake to add sweetness and flavor also balances the nutrition and helps make this treat more filling and less empty calories. If cookies and cream isn’t your preferred flavor, simply swap the protein shake flavor.
With eggs as a main ingredient, you might think of eggnog as a healthier holiday treat. Although the eggs do add protein that most beverages don’t have, eggnog also traditionally includes milk, cream and sugar, each upping the calorie count. For the same festive flavor with more protein and less sugar and fat, try this bariatric friendly Extra Protein Eggnog recipe this season.
Festive cups and familiar holiday drinks are a fun part of the season, but those sugary drinks can stretch your health goals. Get that same comforting flavor without the extra calories, sugar, and fat by making your own with Premier Protein®. If you need to cup, grab a reusable one you can wash and reuse all season long