Berry Slimming Smoothie

4 tbsp canned coconut milk
2 tbsp Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder
½ cup water
½ cup ice
1 cup berries (fresh or frozen)

Place in blender, blend until smooth.

Passionfruit Slimming Smoothie

½ cup plain unsweetened yoghurt
2 tbsp Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder
½ mango, peeled and chopped
Pulp from 3 passionfruit
½ cup ice

Blend until smooth – serve immediately.

Low Carb Ice Creamberry-icecream-w

440ml coconut cream
1 cup fresh dairy cream
½ cup Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder
1 cup cooked or sugar free canned fruit, drained and chopped or 1 cup fresh or frozen berries
1 tablespoon Nature Sweet Sugar Substitute
½ teaspoon coconut essence

Using electric beaters, mix together coconut cream, dairy cream, protein powder, xylitol and essence until smooth.
Fold in fruit of your choice, pour into a flat container, cover with food wrap and freeze until firm around the edges.
Remove from freezer, break up mixture and place in a large bowl. Beat again until smooth and creamy, return to freezer until firmly set, then serve in scoops.

Peach and Nut Smoothie

1 medium peach, chopped
1 cup water
1 heaped tablespoon almond butter/paste
2 tbsp Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder

Place in blender, blend until smooth.
Add more water, or a pinch of stevia powder for your desired consistency and sweetness.

Fresh Raspberry DessertRaspberries

250g raspberries
400g plain yoghurt
1 tbsp gelatine
¼ cup fresh orange juice
2 egg whites
¼ cup coconut cream
¼ cup Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder

Blend or puree 3/4 of the raspberries with 3/4 of the yoghurt. Place in a mixing bowl; stir in the coconut cream and protein powder and mix well until combined. Warm orange juice in a small bowl by standing container in a pan of boiling water, sprinkle gelatine on top and stir until gelatine has dissolved. Stir into berry mixture. Beat egg whites in a separate bowl until soft peaks form, then add into berry mixture. Spoon into individual serving glasses and refrigerate until set. Serve with a dollop of remaining yoghurt and berries.

One for the kids (and adults will love it too!)

This recipe is not low carb but it is very high in protein and is ideal for including in children’s lunch boxes or as a special treat for them after school. Delicious and healthy!

Protein Slice

½  cup of desiccated coconut – toasted
½ cup rolled oats
½ cup chopped dried apricots
½ cup natural sultanas
½ cup slivered almonds
1 cup Synd-X Slimming Protein Powder
½ cup fresh squeezed orange juice
1½ tablespoons cold pressed coconut oil

Mix all ingredients together in a bowl, stir through oil and juice and mix until all combined.
Spread mixture into 23cm x 23cm cake tin lined with baking paper and press down firmly and evenly.
Place in refrigerator for approx.
4 hours or even better, overnight.
Cut into bars or bite sized pieces. Store in refrigerator.

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