High Protein, Low Carb Recipes
An Aussie Christmas favourite! This Summer Berry Trifle has all the fruitiness, creaminess and soft sponge that you would expect and love in a trifle, without the 40-60g carbs per serve that traditional recipes have.
How good are biscotti! Our Almond and Pecan Biscotti recipe was inspired by my nonna and my recent holiday. I LOVE these and I used to love my nonna’s homemade ones. I would dunk them into coffee or just enjoy them as is. I have been wanting to try a low carb version for so long, and I’m so glad I did, only 1g of carbs each!!
This amazing recipe was sent in by the equally amazing @missflorrie Halloumi and Corn Fritters are my go-to option when I go out for brekkie and these look as good or better than any I've had before. Even better is that because they use our Protein Pancake Mix instead of flour, they're higher protein and lower carb.
Who remembers having apple crumble covered in ice-cream as a kid? Obviously traditionally not low carb, but equally obviously, AMAZING, so we wanted to recreate these happy childhood memories without the sugar and carb overload!!
The great thing about this crumble is that it's packed with healthy fats, fibre and protein meaning it actually doubles up as a great brekkie - hot or cold.
Serve your low carb crumble with any of the following - whipped cream, yoghurt, coconut yoghurt, sugar-free ice cream, or even just milk to turn it into a granola style brekkie cup!
? Yep, that's the drool emoji, and it will be an accurate representation of you when you smell these cooking in the oven ?This recipe is incredibly easy to make and the Bread Rolls taste so damn good. They're perfect just munching on them as little snacks, or you could easily cut one in half and use it as a mini bread roll or dinner roll.
If you love lemon you'll love this cake! Super citrusy, with the perfect amount of sweetness, great for an afternoon tea, high tea, or simply to bake on the weekend for healthy treats throughout the week!
These delicious mini low carb pizzas come with less than 2g of carbs per base. They are the perfect kid-friendly size and make a great family meal to create together. Our pizza bases work well to prepare ahead of time and then simply add your favourite topping with the kids, they can even be frozen to be pulled out when needed, perfect for those busy families.
Protein Pancakes without the need for pancake-flipping skills. Yes! And a great way to use the jaffle machine that most of us have tucked away in the cupboard.
Mini double choc chip muffins the kids (and us big kids!) will love! They're low in sugar and full of flavour. It might be hard to stop at one!
The perfect little healthy brekkie for your little guy or girl (or your big one – who doesn't love egg soldiers 🙂 Once you've made the bread, you can whip this recipe up really quickly. The recipe will make up the whole tray of bread, so you'll still have about 7 serves left over!
These colourful M&M protein cookies are a guaranteed winner with the little ones (and let's be honest, the adults too), because who doesn't love a chewy 'choc chip' cookie, especially when they are this good for you! So quick and easy to make and at only 2.3g carbs per cookie, its the perfect baking activity for with the kiddies these school holidays.
Inspired by Ritter-Sport Honey Salt Almonds Bar, this 4 ingredient almond crunch chocolate is the perfect fix for that mid-afternoon chocolate fix, with under 5g of carbs per serve. Crunchy, salty, bitter and sweet, all in one. No cooking needed!
The perfect low carb substitute to Mac and Cheese!
Serve with a steak and greens for the perfect meal, or enjoy by itself. Comfort food at its best!
Jam Drops are a childhood favourite of mine. Replacing the jam with an easy-to-make Berry Chia Jam and using our Plant Based Cookie Mix makes these a healthy option – low carb, gluten free, high protein, and with no added sugar. The chia seeds and our base of healthy nuts and seeds gives these cookies heaps of added nutrition – without tasking like it!
Spice biscuits are common in Scandinavia and the Netherlands – known as 'speculoos'. With a blend of cinnamon, ginger, cardamon, cloves, nutmeg, a little extra sweetener (traditionally brown sugar), and a touch of vanilla, these cookies are the true meaning of sugar, spice and all things nice! You can use mixed spice that you buy from the supermarket or a blend of these spices to recreate a low carb, no added sugar version.