Any resources, etc., would be appreciated.
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I wasn't aware they were meant to be cooked or baked with. Why do you want to do that? Not sure what you are trying to achieve.
You do this to get a lot of protein into a baked bar or cookie, to make healthier and more cost effective breakfast and energy bars, etc. Also, I had some protein powder (used for post-workout breakfast shakes) that was just too sweet tasting, even with cocoa powder stirred in, so I wanted to use it up not in shakes.
Thanks, Mrs. BP.
jazzythings - her instagram and she has e books, uses a decent amount of protein powder.
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A friend of mine that I've done the Portland marathon with found this last year. She's made some really delicious things from the list. More the savory items not the desserts.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
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