Collagen is amazing isn’t it? It keeps your bendable parts bendable, your hair, skin and nails healthy, improves digestion, and can do so much more for the overall health of your body. Check out all the amazing health benefits of Collagen and Gelatin here.
If you are looking for some super delicious, high protein recipes then you’ve come to the right place! The recipes below all include Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen for an extra boost of protein and a ton of health benefits. You will be amazed at how much better you can feel by just adding a scoop of collagen or gelatin to your daily diet.
PS … Don’t forget to read the informative articles at the end, and you can become a Hydrolyzed Collagen expert too!
Real food chocolate peanut butter truffles with no refined sugars and full of Protein? Yes Please!
Shhh … no one will know there are greens in these High Protein, High Fiber breakfast brownies!
A delicious cream filled, high protein, pumpkin flavored treat that will not result in a sugar crash.
So easy to whip up these high protien, snack size Boston Cream Pies!
Feeling like a tropical sweet drink? This High Protein Pineapple Banana smoothie is just what you need.
A summer staple – Creamsicles – high in protein and low in refined sugars. Enjoy before it melts!
Pumpkin pie you can drink, and healthy enough for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even dessert! Awesome!
All the important nutrients a kid needs in one drink – and they will actually enjoy it!
This healthier version of mint chocolate chip ice cream is Dairy Free, Low Carb and Packed With Protein!
Craving pancakes but know you should have a high protein breakfast? Well now you can have both!
We all know that chocolate and orange are amazing together, add in some protein and you have one very delicious, very healthy drink
The Benefits of Collagen How it Differs From Gelatin
Gelatin Benefits (The Nutritional Health Benefits Collagen)
6 Surprising Health Benefits of Collagen
Why You Should Supplement With Collagen
Five Reasons to Take Collagen Everyday
The Most Abundant Protein in The Body