Thursday, February 23, 2012

Lemon Raspberry Protein Loaf

When I first started making Jamie Eason's protein bars, I had no idea I would one day become obsessed with coming up with different variations. But, I have. This particular recipe was actually something my mom came up with which makes it even more amazing. Thank you to everyone that has continued to ask about my parents and how they are doing with clean eating, they are doing fantastic! My mom has been giving me some great ideas and I'm so excited things are working out and they're sticking to it.

This recipe is basically a duplication of the blueberry protein loaf, but my mom had the idea to use the raspberry true lemon packets and raspberries, and it came out so good.

Ingredients

1 1/4 cup oat flour 
1/2 cup non fat greek yogurt
2 scoops vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup Stevia in the raw
1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
Zest of one lemon (optional)
4 raspberry lemonade True Lemon packets 
1 tsp baking soda
4 egg whites
1/2 tsp salt
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 cup raspberries

Directions

1. Combine all ingredients except berries in large mixing bowl and mix well.
2. Place batter in a prepared baking dish, I used a loaf pan but pyrex dish would work too.
3. My batter was thick enough to just drop the raspberries in, but if yours is more liquid-y make sure you roll your berries in oat flour first so they don't sink to the bottom. 
4. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.

15 comments:

  1. Have you figured out the nutrition info for this? It looks so yummy! Love your site! :)

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  2. oh and where do you buy that true lemon stuff? I've never seen that before

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    1. I just got it at the regular grocery store, right next to the crystal light!

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  3. Quick question about storage of these variations- I've made the Jamie Eason cinnamon bread before and it goes bad in 2/3 days when left out or in the fridge. How do you store this to make it last?

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    1. They definitely have to be kept in the fridge because they don't have any preservatives in them. They usually last about 5 days for me. You can also just freeze them and thaw out or microwave as needed.

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    2. Thank you for the information I'll definitely look into freezing some next time I make one of the variations!

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  4. I love the variations! I've only made Jamie's cinnamon and chocolate versions. I have to try your recipes next! @Sydney - I freeze mine in squares and take them out in the morning if I plan on having any that day. :)

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  5. This looks amazing! I'm definitely going to make this soon :)

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  6. Yum, looks great!!! Will have to make this one next week!

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  7. I would love the flavours of this :) I had the same idea, but to use cranberries instead of raspberries, but I like raspberries SO much more than cranberries! I must make this :) Thank you, love

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  8. yummy! Looks fresh and colorful!

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  9. Hi quick question, in how many pieces do you cut your recipe, what do you consider a serving? (This goes for the protein bars mostly, the carrot cake one is soo yummy!) Im new to your blog and i love the way your eating and i am inspired to have similar snacks and meals, thank you so much for sharing :-)

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    1. The bars I cut into 8 pieces and have 1 with a source of protein for a snack, or 2 if it's going to be my whole snack.

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  10. Total Yum! I love the fact it's a low-carb snack option. I made it and it turned out great!!! Thanks so much for sharing. I also made your minestrone chicken soup too...again yum! Still trying to perfect your protein pudding...can't seem to get that one right with the casein powder...it just doesn't mix well no matter what I try. Regular protein powder works better.

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