Protein Powder Recipes That Aren’t Just Smoothies.

Because sometimes you’re just not in the mood for a freezing cold smoothie.

Mini Protein Paddle Pops

Naked Harvest Supplements Thrive Protein Paddle Pops

Recipe by @kaaateroff

Who says ice-cream can’t be healthy? These mini paddle pops are packed full of protein and are the ultimate post dinner dessert – for when you’re not actually ‘hungry’, but you need to cleanse the palette. Naked Harvest’s Thrive protein is also full of nutrients, vitamins and minerals like magnesium, Maca and digestive enzymes, meaning you won’t get that gluggy post protein bloat if you do eat these right before bed.

What You’ll Need:

Vanilla Raspberry

  • 40g banana
  • 70g lite coconut milk
  • 50g coconut yoghurt (or yoghurt of choice)
  • 10g maple (if you want it sweet)
  • 15g Naked Harvest Supplements vanilla protein
  • Raspberries (as desired)

Peanut Butter Brownie

  • 40g banana
  • 70g lite coconut milk
  • 50g coconut yoghurt (or yoghurt of choice)
  • 15g Naked Harvest Supplements peanut butter brownie protein
  • Melted chocolate & nuts to top


  • 50g mango
  • 70g lite coconut milk
  • 50g coconut yoghurt (or yoghurt of choice)
  • 15g Naked Harvest Supplements mango protein
  • Mango chunks

Here’s How To Make It:

  1. Simply blend all ingredients together and freeze.
  2. Add more banana for a creamier texture! Each recipe makes 4 mini paddle pops.

Sugar Free Protein Bars

JS Health Sugar-Free Protein Bars

Recipe by JS Health

There’s nothing like a 4pm slump to get you craving something sweet. Afternoon tea is that awkward time between lunch and dinner when you’re hungry, but you don’t want to spoil your next meal. When that happens, these bars are the perfect option to tide you over. They are super satiating and only require a few ingredients so you don’t have to faff about in the kitchen or health food store.

What You’ll Need:

Makes8-10 slices

  • 2 scoops JSHealth Protein + Probiotics Cookies & Cream 
  • 1 tbsp coconut flour
  • 1 tbsp almond butter/peanut butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 tsp stevia powder/granule (optional)
  • 1/2 cup water
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • Goji berries, coconut, cacao nibs etc. to top (optional)

Here’s How To Make It:

  1. Add the dry ingredients to a food processor.
  2. Process whilst slowly adding the water until it reaches a smooth texture.
  3. Add the mixture to a lined tin and press into the corners to form a brownie shape. Press in any additional toppings.
  4. Freeze for 20 minutes then cut into squares.
  5. Keep stored in an air tight container in the fridge for up to 1 week.

Salted Caramel Oatmeal

Salted Caramel Oatmeal
Tropeaka Salted Caramel Oatmeal

Recipe by Tropeaka

There’s nothing like a warming bowl of oatmeal in the morning to set you up for a good winter’s day. Oats are a great source of slow releasing carbs and have been known to reduce cholesterol levels. Add in a tablespoon of protein and it will keep you full all the way until lunch! Plus, if you’re a morning workout person, this is the ultimate post workout breakfast, as the carbs will refill your energy stores, while the protein aids in muscle repair.

What You’ll Need:

Here’s How To Make It:

  • Combine the oats, flax seeds, cinnamon, salt, water and almond milk into a small saucepan.
  • 2 Cook over medium heat, stirring until slightly thickened.
  • 3 Turn off heat and stir through the Tropeaka Lean Protein. If too thick, add in an extra splash of milk.
  • 4 Enjoy with your favourite toppings!
Tara Mckenzie

Like many of Bondi Beauty's readers, Tara has two main passions; health and beauty. As a group fitness instructor you'll either find her dripping in sweat during a HIIT class or with a full face of bronze makeup. If you meet Tara in person be prepared to act excited as she tells you all about your star sign and why you should start carrying a rose quartz around in your purse.

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