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Make your own Protein Powder!


Whether you’re dieting or you’re a vegetarian/vegan, and you think you need a protein supplement, now you can make it at home too! Although there are many such products on the market, both conventional and vegan, there is nothing better than knowing what to drink and having fresh protein powder without preservatives, additives or sugar and artificial sweeteners.

You certainly don’t expect it to have precisely the texture or taste, or the sweetness yet of commercially available products, but surely homemade protein powder will be much ‘cleaner’ than you find on the shelves.

Below are recipes for powders that cover all needs and tastes!

Simple protein powder


  • 1 mug of hemp seeds
  • 1 mug of flax seeds
  • 1 mug of pumpkin seeds
  • 2kg of cinnamon powder
  • 1kg of sea salt


Measure your materials to the correct proportions above and put them all in the blender. Beat well so that the seeds become dust, it takes about two minutes for a powerful blow. Then store the mixture in airtight packaging. If you store it in a dry place, you can use your powder for a few weeks, but if you put it in the fridge, the shelf life is extended to 3 months.

  • Anti-inflammatory protein powder
  • 1 mug of walnuts
  • 1 mug of chia seeds
  • 1 mug of hemp seeds
  • 1kg turmeric powder
  • 2kg of ginger powder
  • Green protein powder for detoxification
  • Or a mug of flax seeds
  • 1 ½ cup sunflower seeds
  • 4 Spirulina
  • Protein powder for proper hormonal function
  • 2 cups of oats
  • 1 mug of hemp seeds
  • 3kg maca powder
  • Protein powder with chocolate flavour
  • 1 mug of oats
  • 1 cup of pumpkin seeds
  • Or cocoa powder
  • Or salt

The best way to use protein powder is smoothie!

Put 50 g of the powder of your choice into a glass of milk, either animal or vegetable, without the possibility of dissolving it simply in water. But it won’t be that tasty.

Finally, if you like the sweet taste, you can add sugar to your drink (for obvious reasons it would be better to avoid it) or some sweetener such as stevia. But a great solution are: maple syrup, honey (these two can be found on the market and powder perfectly suited to your drink) fresh vanilla, or vanilla syrup from what we put in sweets! But beware of the abuse because it’s bitter!