Combining three pure protein sources with the goodness of oats and almond meal, these low sugar, high protein brownies are full of nutrients.
With 8 grams of protein and just 1 gram of sugar per serve, there’s no better option when it comes to treating yourself to a guilt-free sweet!
But most importantly, they’re rich, gooey and delicious.
Let us share with you some of our visions!
Bulk them up with nuts or berries
Our Brownie Mix is the perfect base to build your decked out brownies from. It’s lower calorie and has better macros than most brownie recipes, so adding in a few sneaky treats won’t harm your diet too much!
Ready to take your brownie to the next level?
- Nutty Chocolate Brownies – Calling all nut addicts! Add a scoop or two of peanut butter to the mix and if you’re a real nut fan stir through some crumbed walnuts as well.
- Choc Berry Brownies – For a fresh, fruity twist! Add in quarter cup of fresh or frozen berries to the mix. Our favourites are either raspberries or cherries. Before baking in the oven, sprinkle a few extra on top as well.
- Triple Choc Brownies – This one is for the lover of all things chocolate! Add quarter cup of chocolate chips to the mix. We used a dreamy combo ofwhite, dark and milk. Sprinkle some on top before baking too *drool*.
Roll them into protein balls
Too impatient to wait for your brownies to bake? Or do you simply prefer the gooey batter over the baked cake?
Either way, we have the solution.
- Place half of the Brownie Mix sachet in a bowl with 50g almond spread or peanut butter, 20g melted coconut oil, 20ml milk or water and 20ml rice malt syrup or maple syrup.
- Stir. Roll. Enjoy!
Dip them in chocolate for cake pops
Now remember that recipe we gave you right above?
Want to take that to the next level again?
- Place some of the rolled Brownie Balls in the freezer for 15 minutes.
- In a separate bowl melt 50g of dark, milk or white chocolate and then stir through 30g of Bulk Nutrients protein of choice.
- Remove Brownie Balls from the freezer.
- Place a skewer in each balls and dip individually into melted chocolate.
- Leave in the fridge to set.
If you’ve already baked your Brownie Mix and it’s starting to get a little stale after days of neglect, we have a way to save it.
- Place a slice of brownie in a bowl.
- Use fingers to gently pull it apart and create a fine crumble.
- Scoop prepared Whey Cool into a bowl.
- Sprinkle with crunchy, sweet brownie crumbs.
What’s Whey Cool?
Just in case you were wondering, Whey Cool is our way cooler alternative to ice cream. It’s high protein, low carb, low fat and tastes just as good as ice cream.
Each 50 gram serve delivers more than 25 grams of protein with less than 10 grams of carbs allowing you to indulge without the guilt.
Whey Cool comes in powder form and all you have to do is add water, shake and freeze.
Use them as a base for cheesecake or slice
Want a low calorie, high protein cake or slice base?
Well, you’ve come to the right place!
Our Protein Brownie Mix makes the perfect sweet and crunchy base.
Take this recipe for example. It’s for a Nutty Chocolate Slice and its base traditionally has eight ingredients. But if you use our Protein Brownie Mix, you can make it with just two ingredients and even add some optional nuts for extra crunch if desired.
Want to get started?
- Place our Brownie Mix in a bowl.
- Add one cup of water and 20ml of melted butter. Add optional crushed nuts here.
- Stir well.
- Press into base of cake or brownie tin.
- Continue on with desired recipe as instructed.
Looking for more recipes?
There’s over 150 sweet and savoury recipes featured and we add a new one every Friday at 12pm.
Do you have a regular treat you’d like us to create a cleaner version of? Let us know what it is in the comments below and we’ll have a crack at it!