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Updated: Protein you can crunch or cook with! Whey Protein Crisps!

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This was just at my door -- check it out -- protein crisps!  You can cook with 'em -- eat 'em straight up -- anything.

Our whey crisps are made from using microfiltration/ultrafiltraion whey protein isolate. Whey protein isolate is the best form of whey protein because it contains the highest amount of protein per gram. Because we use whey isolate, our whey crisps have a very high amount of BCAA's and glutamine. Next, we chose a whey protein isolate that was cold-filtered to preserve the delicate protein subfractions and peptides, like lactoferrin and insulin-like growth factors. A combination of high BCAA's and protein subfractions make our Whey Protein Crisps your #1 choice for a muscle-building food source.

You can cook, bake, and pretty much do anything you want with whey crisps without the common problems of cooking with whey powder. Consumers in the past who tried to make protein bars using whey powder and were unsuccessful can now make protein bars using whey crisps and the result is a fantastic tasting, long lasting, protein bar made from whey. Not only are our whey crisps the best product to make high protein foods with, you can actually eat the Whey Protein Crisps right out of the container!

  • Servings Per Container 34
    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 150
    Total Fat 1.5g
    Saturated Fat 1g
    Trans Fat 0g
    Cholesterol 60mg
    Sodium 60mg
    Total Carbohydrate 7g
    Dietary Fiber 0g
    Sugars 3g
    Protein 28g

ALTHOUGH - I just moseyed over to their BPT main site  (NOT WHERE I GOT THEM FROM... so I totally missed this!) and was a bit taken back, and I'm no prude.  Methinks they could make a lot of $$$ via other routes (a la bariatrics) and this is a BIT more than I wanted to see.  Look how they "sell" the crisps:

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Okay - I am over it.  Just jealous.

I opened the tub. *sniffed*  The crisps LOOK like hamster feed?  They smell sort of like a protein powder, but hardly.

I took a tiny bite -- because these ARE calorie dense with all the protein.  They taste like plain protein nuggets.  LOL.  That's the taste.  Protein nuggets.  They are very crunchy, not light and airy like a puff, they are DENSE like a, grape nut, but not THAT crunchy.

You could potentially just eat them plain, I immediately took a scoop and ate it like cold cereal with a couple tablespoons of soy milk.  THIS could replace that "cold cereal" craving.  It's super duper filling.  No, really.  *thud*  I could truly eat this for a snack just like I just did.  150 calories, 28 grams of protein, and I am FULL.  There's no way I should be ... but it's sticking. 

I see this product used as a cereal, trail mix additive, baking additive.   Or, as a mix-in.

I could also see someone post - WLS using it as a snack to help when they're losing TOO much weight, adding healthy calories in a small amount.

Overall - this product rocks - especially if you are looking to supplement your protein on a budget - you get 28 grams of protein for $1.02.

Recipes:

Whey Crisp Super Protein Treats via netrition

• 1 10 oz bag of mini marshmallows  (SF marshmallows?)
• 3 Tablespoons low fat margarine/ butter (Smart Balance Omega 3 Spread)
• 2 Tablespoons natural or reduced fat peanut butter (PB2?)
• 5 cups Whey Protein Crisps
• 1/2 cup Craisins or almonds (optional)

Melt margarine and peanut butter in a microwave safe bowl for 30 seconds. In another microwave safe bowl, heat 10 oz of marshmallows on high for 1 min 30 seconds or until marshmallows are soft and can be stirred with a spoon. Take marshmallows out of the microwave and immediately add in margarine and peanut butter mixture, stirring until totally combined. Slowly add Whey Protein Crisps, continue stirring until crisps are completely covered with mixture. Pour mixture into a 9x11 greased pan, press into pan. Leave on counter until cool. Slice and eat.

Yields: 10 squares. Each square contains approximately 28g protein, 28g carbohydrates, 1g fat.

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