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Steelcut Oats Chocolate Chip Cookies, 3 grams protein, 108 calories each

You really want to grab a cookie and run to do your errands. Well, then why not? This one has protein and all the flavor you need, plus the chocolate you might crave. The oats offer a gluten-free alternative to flour and still add protein.  With the bananas, you don’t need to use eggs, making this a vegan staple. Finally, in this recipe, I used cashew butter which has the mildest nut taste, for those who are not wild about peanut butter but still want…

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Crunchy Kettle Corn Chickpeas, 4.5 grams protein, 120 calories per ounce

This is a sugar-free and gluten-free high-protein snack that is perfect for keeping around for an emergency crunch while working, or at the movies.  Besides being an excellent vegan and gluten-free source of protein and fiber, chickpeas also contain exceptional levels of iron, vitamin B-6 and magnesium. This versatile snack will surprise you in flavor and nutrients. Compare to popcorn, at 106 calories and 3 grams protein per ounce, but with little nutritional value.  Refrigerate leftovers. Ingredients: 1 cup chickpeas from can (14g, 220c) 2…

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Imitation Sour Cream with Scallions, Cashew Cream, 5 grams protein per ounce

This is a hit! Perfect in the puree stages for topping refried beans. Non-dairy lactose free imitation sour cream can be used to top any protein meals.  Additionally, the cream can be added as a base for cream soups, and mixed with a batter for breadcrumb covered recipes. Also makes a delicious dip and topping for pizza or nachos. Ingredients: 2 ½ ounces cashews, soaked in water overnight  (12.5g,400c) 2 ounces soymilk (2.5g, 35c) ¼ teaspoon vinegar ¼ teaspoon lemon juice 1 scallion  (.5g, 10c)…

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Basic Seitan Directions

Seitan is made from high-gluten flour, which is a high-protein meat alternative. Very Simple Instructions: Mix equal parts of Bob’s Red Mill Vital Gluten Flour with cold water to make seitan dough. Seitan dough may be refrigerated for up to a week. Seitan may be frozen as 2 ounce balls and defrosted for later use. Spicy flavored mixtures may be steamed, boiled, fried, or grilled. Seitan contains 23 grams of protein per 2 ounce serving. Related PostsSeitan Scallion Stir-Fry, 26 grams protein10000Do you miss eating Chinese food…

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