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What is Protein Brownie Mix?
Protein Brownie Mix is part of our new Bake at Home range, allowing you to make your own delicious high protein brownies! With the Bake at Home range, we’ve taken the hassle and confusion out of cooking with protein and provided a ready-blended amazingly chocolatey mix. All you need to do is add the wet ingredients, mix, bake and get ready to upload the results to Instagram!
Who is Protein Brownie Mix suitable for?
This dry cooking mix is suitable for individuals of all ages looking to get started in the world of high protein baking. Each 450g pack produces roughly 18 brownies (depending on how large you make them) and each 25g serving of powder packs in over 8g of protein. Each brownie also provides over 3g of fibre, some of which is from Isomalto Oligosaccharide. Using our Protein Brownie Mix will allow you to feel like you’re getting a real treat and give you the satisfaction of having made them yourself.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
*Please take note that the recommended temperature setting may differ depending on the type and efficiency of the oven or microwave used.
Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside and active lifestyle and a balanced diet.
For allergens including cereals containing gluten, see ingredients highlighted in bold. May also contain egg. Manufactured on a site which handles nuts and peanuts.
Rolled Oats (30%), Whey Protein Concentrate (26%) (Whey Protein Concentrate [Milk], Emulsifier (Soy & Sunflower Lecithin)), Cocoa Powder, Sweetener (Xylitol), Flavouring (Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Sweetener [Sucralose], Flavourings), Baking Powder (Raising Agents [Diphosphates, Sodium Carbonates], Wheat Flour (fortified with Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Concentrated Whey Protein (Milk) (Contains Soy), Isomalto-Oligosaccharide Powder (Corn Starch, Activated Carbon), Salt.
Serving Size -6 Scoops (150g)
Servings Per Container - 3 (450g), 6 (900g)
|Energy||1498 kJ/357 kcal|
|of which saturates||4 g|
|of which sugars||1.8 g|
Please note that the nutritional information is based on the mix as sold.
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of Myprotein.
I have spent years trying to perfect the art of baking with protein....and with this I think I have finally got it! I mixed 150g of the mix with 1 large egg, 100ml of almond milk and a teaspoon of truvia. In a saucepan, I melted 50g vitalite (dairy free butter) with a bar (minus 1 square...oops) of Myprotein High Protein Chocolate. Once this was melted, I added it into the mix. I put 8 muffin cases into a tin and put a spoonful of the mix into each. I mixed up 4 tbsp of PB2 (could use Myprotein powdered peanut butter) and then separated this out into each case. I then just separated the rest of the mix between them. Put in fan oven at 180 for 10 mins. Will do for about 8 mins next time. The results: 8 brownies/cupakes 164 cals each 10g protein 9.2g carbs 9.4g fat Obviously not the best way to get extra protein into your diet but good for when you need something sweet. Goes Well With:Myprotein chocolate and powdered peanut butter
If your expecting it to taste exactly like a brownie then your expections are too high. For a protein brownie with a fair protein content it’s actually quite good. The texture is good but be careful not to bake too long. I’ve read other reviews about it being dry and mine was not. I would suggest having them warmed up and with something like peanut butter to add a little more taste to them. Over all for a protein brownie i would recommend, as there easy to make and can be convenient for a snack but if your looking for something to get rid of that sweet craving id suggest something else. Goes Well With:Peanut butter
Well, this is nothing to with brownie. This is a nice chocolate cake/spongecake I would say. I've tried to bake few different ways, always ended up with a dry cakeish base. If you looking for a brownie, this is not your product. Order the protein brownie instead.Goes Well With:Milk, jam
Does not taste nice at alll. It's easy to make and smells really good but that's about all it.
This is more like a chocolate oat cake not a brownie. Awful taste and texture. Nearly all of it ended in the bin.
So so nice! Ignore anyone saying they are dry, they have over cooked them. Keep an eye on them in oven and you goodGoes Well With:Myp syrup
Was a bit hesitant as I have tried protein versions of normal foods before and experienced a brick dust consistency - though this was not the case with these brownies! Super easy to make, minimal ingredients required, taste amazing and keep in the fridge for a good week to ten days by my experience!Goes Well With:A dusting of cinnamon on top and tablespoon of peanut butter thrown in the mixture!
I didn't have the yoghurt or milk. So I tried it with 2 eggs and a 400ml can of coconut milk. It came out springy, a good rise and tastes airey and chocolatey. Sweet and yummy. The only criticism I'd have is that the nutritional info isn't that clear on calories per portion or how many portions per mix. The only info is based on 18 brownies per 450g mix. So roughly 6 brownies for 6 scoops of mixture. But no calories per portion unless you start weighing it all out yourself to apply the 'per 100g' info. For a ready made bag, the info is really really poor. There is also no way that you will get 3 lots of 6 scoops per 450g bag. Goes Well With:Homemade frozen banana ice cream.