High Protein Vanilla-Blueberry Muffin Recipe

OK so I’ve been going a little crazy in the kitchen ever since I got my hands on my buddy Dave’s cookbook (I had his ‘Beef Bombs’ for dinner) so I’d like to share another solid high protein recipe with you…

I’ve gotten him to hook you up with a 50% off discount (only until Friday at midnight) on his Anabolic Cooking package that includes over 200 tasty recipes so go check it out here:

==> Dave Ruel’s Anabolic Cooking Cookbook for 50% off

Now you’re not going to use all 200 recipes, so the key is when you get the book, skim through it and pick out 6 or 7 that look good to you and try them out.

If you like em’, stick em in your repertoire.

Think of knowing a lot of recipes as an MMA fight

One guy is proficient in BJJ, Muay Thai, Boxing, Wrestling and has good strength and cardio, while the other guy is just a Muay Thai fighter.

Who’s got a better chance of winning?

One of the biggest things that sabotages your nutrition is getting bored with cooking and not enjoying what you cook – when this happens you usually end up going out and getting something not so good for you.

So improve your skills in the kitchen by investing in a good cookbook and you’ll save money, improve your physique and increase your performance in the gym.

One thing you might be worried about is that you’re not a bodybuilder…

When it comes to nutrition – these guys know how to eat. You don’t have to eat as much and you definitely don’t want to train like they do, but high protein, healthy carbs and good fats are how we should all be eating.

It’s just knowing how to make it happen in the kitchen with recipes you enjoy that will make you successful long-term.

On to the recipe…

The recipe I’m going to share with you today is for muffins – something that’s notriously bad for your energy/physique but now that I’ve learned this recipe, I’ve been able to eat muffins guilt-free!

Best time to eat these guys is either for breakfast or after training, as they still have carbs, but they’re equally packed with protein.

And, they’re delicious!

High Protein Vanilla-Blueberry Muffins

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup Oatmeal
  • 1/4 cup of Oat Bran
  • 1 tbsp of Whole Wheat Flour
  • 6 Egg Whites
  • 1/2 scoop (15g) of Vanilla Protein Powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon of Baking Soda
  • 1 teaspoon of Splenda
  • 1 tbsp of Canola Oil
  • 1 Cup of Frozen Blueberries1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla Extracts

Directions

  1. In a blender, mix all the ingredients (except for the blueberries). Blend until theix gets thick.
  2. Add the blueberries and stir (with a spoon or a spatula)
  3. Poor the mix in a muffin cooking pan, and cook at 350 degrees F. until cooked (About 30 minutes)

I made a couple of changes – I didn’t use any Splenda and instead of Canola Oil I used Extra Virgin Olive Oil…

Give em a shot and let me know what you think!

 

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Marie
Marie
9 years ago

Are you guys crazy? These muffins are HORRIBLE! They were so dense they could be considered a deadly weapon AND they had no taste whatsoever. I ended up throwing them away.

Billy
Billy
10 years ago

Any way we could get (approximate?) nutrition facts on these?

jim
jim
9 years ago
Reply to  Billy

i agree want to see how much protein is actually in these

Carolalbert
10 years ago

Yeah, it’s good, very useful, thanks 🙂

bRAD
bRAD
10 years ago

Hey Eric,
yeah mate i train a lot of Muay Thai and fighters so i made them and i ate them with rest of our fighters at my gym after training and they loved em mate they always want me to bring more in.. the more recipes the beta cheers mate they are Awsome!!! from Oz, Brad…

Linda
Linda
10 years ago

This recipe is GREAT! Love it! Also, a good, healthy snack for my daughter- she loves it! She’s only 2, but we’re bringing her up in a healthy lifestyle; both my husband and I are MMA fighters, and work hard. But she loves these “cuppycakes” thanks!

Eric
10 years ago
Reply to  Linda

Good to hear – love it when parents take charge and instill healthy living to their kids…

I was grabbing a coffee the other day and saw some dad feeding his little kid (must’ve been 1-2 years, I can’t tell) donuts…

Donuts are a buck each! You can get 2 bananas, a couple of apples, a lot of things for a buck!

I hate to judge but I’m saddened that this kid will likely have trouble with weight and health growing up – so GOOD ON YOU for being a good mom!

Paul
Paul
10 years ago

Enjoying all your thoughts and ideas, keep up the awesome work.

Billy
Billy
10 years ago

Just made some and there amazing! Thanks for the recipe. Is there anyway you can train me in person?

Sue
Sue
10 years ago

That recipe looks great, can’t wait to try it! Thanks Eric

Eric
10 years ago
Reply to  Sue

You’re welcome! They are pretty tasty for sure.