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    Simple Microwave Protein Cake Recipe

    Ingredients:
    -1 whole egg
    -1 scoop of protein powder
    -Cinnamon

    Crack an egg into a bowl, then add one scoop or protein powder and 1/4 Tablespoon of cinnamon. Mix everything together until their is no more dry powder left and put in microwave for about 1 minute.

    This cake has about 30g of protein, depending on which protein powder you use and the size of your egg. I usually eat this with some fruits of Vegetables as a post workout meal.
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    Originally Posted by JoelHuppe96 View Post
    Ingredients:
    -1 whole egg
    -1 scoop of protein powder
    -Cinnamon

    Crack an egg into a bowl, then add one scoop or protein powder and 1/4 Tablespoon of cinnamon. Mix everything together until their is no more dry powder left and put in microwave for about 1 minute.

    This cake has about 30g of protein, depending on which protein powder you use and the size of your egg. I usually eat this with some fruits of Vegetables as a post workout meal.
    I do this, but I like to add a mashed banana, 2 tbsp cocoa and some peanut butter. Tastes awesome, super easy.
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    saw this recipe on physiques of greatness youtube channel this morning D
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    Originally Posted by EddyGolden View Post
    saw this recipe on physiques of greatness youtube channel this morning D
    I haven't seen the physique of greatness video but I did get this from a Youtube video a couple months ago
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    Originally Posted by JoelHuppe96 View Post
    Ingredients:
    -1 whole egg
    -1 scoop of protein powder
    -Cinnamon

    Crack an egg into a bowl, then add one scoop or protein powder and 1/4 Tablespoon of cinnamon. Mix everything together until their is no more dry powder left and put in microwave for about 1 minute.

    This cake has about 30g of protein, depending on which protein powder you use and the size of your egg. I usually eat this with some fruits of Vegetables as a post workout meal.
    this recipe with ON cake batter whey is amazing. Do you know how to make it a little more moist?
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    Originally Posted by rizzo82693 View Post
    this recipe with ON cake batter whey is amazing. Do you know how to make it a little more moist?
    Try adding a little canned pumpkin. Yum!
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    Originally Posted by ELLSKIES View Post
    Try adding a little canned pumpkin. Yum!
    Never had canned pumpkin but I'll give it a try, thanks!
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    Did I just get massively trolled? I just now tried this and it was like eating a spongy chocolate & peanut butter flavored turd. Flavor was fine, but the texture was disgusting.
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    Originally Posted by Kingthumper View Post
    Did I just get massively trolled? I just now tried this and it was like eating a spongy chocolate & peanut butter flavored turd. Flavor was fine, but the texture was disgusting.
    I did this a year ago and the exact same thing happened to me. Seems more like a dehydrated sponge cookie minus the crisp. Nastiness, wouldn't feed it to my dog.
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    ^^^ I make this.

    You can omit the egg, and use whites.
    Also use baking coco if you like chocolate was well.

    Top with some PB and ice cream and your set for a good midnight snack!

    Obviously, if you microwave it for too long it will turn "crispy".
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    i eat this every morning.

    i use 1 cup of egg whites
    1 scoup of trutein cinnabun. the casein in the trutein makes it mix/microwave so much smoother

    also try teh following
    3-4 tablespoons coco powder
    1 cup pumpkin filling
    spenda to taste
    1/2 cup egg whites

    microwave up for 4min. HUUUUGE brownie. Top w/ Walden farms chocolate or Carmel syrup. Maybe a splash of almond silk to "cool" it off right out of the microwave. SUPER low cal and tastes amazing!


    also love to do this
    1-2 cups cooked up jello
    1-2 cups almond silk
    1/4 cup (squirt) of maple grove low cal pancake syrui
    wisk dat sh!t up! slurp it down! tasts like a fruity milk sake for like 50cal. Lots of liquid too, fills u up!

    often on IF i'll eat all 3 of those above + some proats

    yeah... I love my sweets lol
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    Originally Posted by AgeIsCritical View Post
    I did this a year ago and the exact same thing happened to me. Seems more like a dehydrated sponge cookie minus the crisp. Nastiness, wouldn't feed it to my dog.
    This. I also tried it about a year ago due to a video I found on YouTube and the texture was identical to one of those yellow kitchen sponges...
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    I use 2 scoops Protein, 2 eggs, 1TBSP flaxmeal, 1TBSP Olive Oil. Microwave for 1min or so to desired texture.
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    Originally Posted by rizzo82693 View Post
    this recipe with ON cake batter whey is amazing. Do you know how to make it a little more moist?
    a bit of olive oil, or coconut oil depending on what you use.
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    I make mine with a tablespoon or so of coffee and 1/4 tsp of baking powder myself.
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