Home made Protein Powder Recipe With Pure Substances For Weight Loss (Recipe Inside)

Hate the taste of milk and can’t have it unless it’s flavored with other ingredients? We often end up adding store-bought protein powders, which add their nutritional value, but also add artificial flavors and preservatives. Protein powder in general is a great addition to our diet as protein is essential for various bodily functions. Be it weight loss, bone health, immunity, or increasing energy and metabolism, protein works in multiple ways to keep us healthy.

If you’re looking to increase your protein intake to enhance your weight loss diet, why not opt ​​for healthier homemade protein powder? We found a video by nutritionist Avanti Deshpande on her YouTube channel that shows us how to make two types of protein powders with almost the same ingredients. You can make Elaichi Flavored Protein Powder and Chocolate Flavored Protein Powder at once.

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Protein powder helps improve training goals.

Weight Loss: How To Make Protein Powder I Homemade Protein Powder Recipe

Roast the almonds and pistachios and grind to a coarse powder. Roasted sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds and watermelon seeds; grind them into a coarse powder. Mix the seed powder with the nut powder. Then divide them into two parts. Use this powder as a common base to make the two different flavors of protein powder.

Kesar Elaichi Protein Powder Recipe:

We all know that chana dal is extremely high in protein among other nutrients. Grind chana dal and add to nut and seed powder; season with elaichi powder and/or kesar powder.

Protein Chocolate Powder Recipe:

Take the rest of the nut and seed powder. Add some skimmed milk powder and cocoa powder. Chocolate protein powder is ready.

You can store these protein powders in a glass jar to extend their shelf life. Take 1 tbsp of the powder and add to a glass of milk or other food and drink of your choice.

Watch the full recipe video here:

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