Tuesday Recipes – Protein load sweet and savory


12. February 2013 by swissfitchick

Hey friends!

Today is the recipe party continuing. I’ve got a 2 course meal for you πŸ™‚

As announced in yesterday’s post I did some baking & cooking on the weekend (don’t I always?) and this time I had no fails at all. Let’s start with the first savory course just to be followed by a nice dessert/snack.

This one is PERFECT for meal prep and to take on the go. It’s not a big thing to cook it and once you have it, you can enjoy it all week, hot, cold, on a plate or on hand πŸ™‚ You can also freeze it and warm up. It is loaded with good stuff and very well balanced. Fact is, I don’t enjoy ANY food that might be balanced or healthy but isn’t tasty. So I made this VERY tasty.




150g ground boneless/skinless chicken, cooked

4 eggwhites

50g buckwheat flour or oat flour (process 50g oats)

2 tbsp nutritional yeast (optional – I love it)

150g broccoli, raw, chopped

1 tbsp lemon pepper

1 tsp salt

1,5 tbsp chives

1 tbsp oregano

1 tsp ginger

1 tsp baking powder


Preheat oven to 200Β°C

Mix the spices, yeast and the flour in a large bowl.

In a smaller bowl, whisk eggwhites until fluffy.

Add eggwhites to flour/spice mix.

Add remaining ingredients and stir well with a spoon until well combined.

Spread a square baking form with a baking sheet.

Pour the meatloaf mix in to the form.

Bake on low-middle level by 200Β°C for 30 minutes.

Let cool and enjoy.

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So now on to the sweet stuff. This is the recipe I created last Friday night and which was published by PerfectFit.



Ingredients for 8 muffins:

5 large strawberries

1 large banana

6 eggwhites

2 tbsp cocoa powder

1-2 scoops of Protein Powder ( I used Perfect Fit )

1/2 tsp baking powder

1 tbsp cinnamon

1 tsp vanilla

Dash of salt

Dash of almond milk


Preheat oven to 180Β°C

Wash and chop the strawberries into small pieces and set aside.

Whisk the eggwhites until fluffy.

Add the other ingredients to the eggwhites and blend until smooth.

Mix in the berries.

Pour the batter into paper muffin forms.

Bake for 10-15 minutes by 180Β°C on middle level.

PS. If you want them a bit more ‘moist’ add 1TBSP Almond Butter to the dough.




21 thoughts on “Tuesday Recipes – Protein load sweet and savory

  1. Lucie, I have never seen a meatloaf recipe quite like this one. It sounds absolutely amazing. If I didn’t already have dinner prepped for this evening, this would so of been on the menu!

  2. Yum those cupcakes look great!

  3. cleanfoodcreativefitness says:

    Love both of these recipes! I love the idea of adding broccoli into the meatloaf. Such a different twist. Those muffins just look chocolatey and delicious! I love them!

  4. Nadja says:

    wow these recipes look both delicious! I always love your tuesdays posts πŸ˜€

  5. Lisa says:

    Oh my gosh, those muffins are brilliant!! They look SUPER delicious!
    I wonder if I could replace the egg whites with anything…hmm.
    Well, actually both recipe look good, I love broccoli!

  6. Greta says:

    Yummy, Lucie!
    I want both!
    I’ve never made a meatloaf. Ever. Maybe I should give this one a go. It just looks so good!!

  7. I love the idea of adding broccoli to your meatloaf. Very creative! πŸ™‚

  8. both look really really good, I have been digging ground turkey lately

  9. I am DEFINITELY making this meatloaf recipe! I love the idea of adding nutritional yeast, and using chopped chicken and broccoli. It looks so hearty and delicious–perfect for a cold winter night meal. πŸ™‚

    You already know how excited I am about these muffins, too. Do you think chocolate whey protein will work?

    Happy almost-Wednesday, lovely! ❀

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