China / United States
Organic pea protein powder.
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Our organic protein pea powder is a vegetable source of protein derived from peas that has undergone an extraction process to turn into a powder. After harvesting, the peas are dried and reduced to fine flour. This flour is then mixed with water, and fermented. The protein content obtained is finally separated from the fibers, dried and reduced to powder.
Over the years, this superfood has quickly gained popularity with athletes and sportspeople, thanks to its many health benefits. To name a few, recent studies have shown that it may contribute to a healthy heart and help regulate blood sugar levels.
Experts in the field consider it one of the best protein alternatives in case of food allergies, and for those following vegan, vegetarian or other special diets.
GOOD TO KNOW: BULK INFO!
Pea protein powder is:
– Certified organic
– Gluten free
– Vegan and vegetarian
– It contains 80% protein extracted from peas
CULINARY TIPS: DARE BEYOND SMOOTHIES!
Pea protein powder has a sweet, pleasant flavor that can easily be combined with most ingredients in your pantry, in smoothies like shakes. Start with this basic recipe: For 1 serving, mix 1 tbsp. of pea protein powder with 1 cup of vegetables, a handful of fresh fruit, 1 tsp. tablespoons of organic peanut or cashew butter, 1 cup of almond milk and voila: go to the gym!
You can also mix this powder with other protein powder, especially the brown rice protein powder whose gritty texture will blend divinely with it!
Another alternative is to use it in your desserts! These easy, gluten-free energy bars can be a great start! In a small bowl, place 1 cup of oats and 1 cup of pea protein, and mix for a few minutes. In another bowl, combine 1 cup of almond butter, with 1/4 cup of honey, 2 ripe bananas, 1 Tbsp. vanilla extract, and 2 eggs, and stir. Pour the oat mixture into the large bowl, let stand a few more minutes and spread the batter in a pan greased with coconut oil. Bake at 350 F for about 30 minutes, let cool, cut into pieces and serve!
Or, try an ideal protein express breakfast when you’re in a hurry: chia and coconut pancakes! For 2 pancakes, first mix 2 tbsp. tablespoon coconut flour, 3 tbsp. tablespoon protein powder, 1/2 tsp. teaspoon of yeast, 1 pinch of sea salt, 1 tsp. tablespoons of organic chia seeds, 1 tbsp. tablespoons of coconut flakes. Then add 1 egg and 4 tbsp. tablespoons of almond milk. Stir until smooth. Heat a pan with coconut oil, pour 2 tbsp. of batter and make pancakes. To cook; flip, cook for another 2 minutes and enjoy!
Once you’ve experimented with these recipes, try protein pea powder in protein muffins, cookies, or cheesecakes! Your guests will be speechless!
BAKING TIPS: THE SECRET TO PASTRY SUCCESS!
When cooking with protein powder, it is generally recommended to use a 4: 1 ratio of flour to protein powder as a general rule. Since the powder tends to absorb liquid, avoid adding too much powder or you could end up with a hard and compact dessert that looks like a hockey disc! Finally, in order to preserve the protein in the powder, make sure you don’t overcook (or burn) your dishes!
ABOUT POIS: DID YOU KNOW?
Peas are one of the oldest cultures in the world. The plant can grow in unfavorable conditions with nutrient poor soil.
CONVERVATION TIPS: KEEP FRESH!
Store in a cool, dry place for up to 18 months.