Published January 3, 2024 If there’s one habit we’re taking into 2024 with us it’s continuing to find every which way to add more protein into our diets to support satiety and muscle mass. We’ve been playing around with different baked goods recipes that are delicious and also pack in a punch of protein. Protein powder works really well as a ‘flour’ addition in a lot of baking recipes. We used three different protein powders in this recipe for flavor, but you can stick with just one if you don’t have multiple options on hand! These blueberry muffins are the perfect addition to breakfast or a mid-afternoon snack! They have no added sugar and pack in a whopping 10g of protein per muffin! Here’s how to prep them: Ingredients: 6 egg whites 1 cup of nonfat Greek yogurt 1-2 mashed bananas 2 tbsp maple syrup 1 scoop Truvani protein vanilla 1 packet mikuna protein vanilla 1 packet epic protein vanilla 1/2 cup of quick oats, ground into a fine flour 1/4 cup of almond flour 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp vanilla powder 1.5 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1 tsp orange zest 1.5 cups frozen blueberries, pat dry & sprinkled with flour of choice Macros (per muffin): 117 calories 3g fat 13g carbs 10g protein Process: This recipe works best if you use a kitchen scale to weigh each ingredient instead of using liquid/cup measure! Mix wet ingredients in one bowl until fully combined and smooth. Mix dry ingredients in another bowl, then combine both. Put your frozen blueberries in a separate bowl, pat dry to remove excess moisture, and add a touch of oat or almond flour on the top to ensure they’re as dry as possible when going in. Fold in blueberries. Bake at 350 in a muffin tin for 25-30 mins. Makes 12 muffins. Notes: We love to keep them in the fridge and reheat them in the toaster oven until golden brown, then slather with butter!! We used 3 different kinds of protein powder so that it wouldn’t taste like protein — I find when you use too much of one powder you can really tell and the flavor notes get flat; I got the sample packets for the other two at my local grocery store. You can most likely sub for 3 scoops of your favorite vanilla protein powder! These were pretty sweet because they are each formulated with monkfruit; if you’re using a plain protein powder you may need to add more maple syrup.