There are very few people who don’t love a good crumble. Thankfully, we’ve transformed this traditional pudding into a healthy apple crumble by ditching the flour in favour of nutrient-rich ground almonds. We also lose a lot of the refined sugars you’ll normally find in this classic dish by using local honey.
Samantha Hadadi shows us how to make her gooey, chocolatey protein brownies - made with MaxiNutrition Promax! Recipe by Samantha Hadadi
Samantha Hadadi walks us through one of her favourite recipes, a Chocolate Hazelnut Protein Spread! Recipe by Samantha Hadadi
Whether it be a quick breakfast or a weekend brunch, these chocolate chip MaxiNutrition Promax protein waffles are a easy way to add protein to your diet. Makes a good sized batch, and they are great to store in the freezer and pop them in the toaster for grab and go! Recipe provided by Kristine at busybuthealthy.com
These dark chocolate muffins are tasty and delicious made with chickpeas instead of flour. Using pureed, canned chickpeas creates a moist, nutty and cake-like muffin because the chickpea starch holds water so well.
For a tasty dose of protein and carbs that goes big on flavour, try recipe for spicy chicken and chorizo tagliatelle that is both delicious and easy to make. Packed full of protein and carbs, this extremely quick and easy dish is perfect for an endurance session or a rest day.
Carrots are a source of vitamin A. If you’re looking for the solid version, try the MaxiNutrition carrot cake as another nutritious choice. Thankfully, our carrot cake shake recipe combines a mix of nutrients with the sweet spiced flavours of the classic dessert; you also get the added benefit of a protein boost thanks to vanilla Promax. This recipe is perfect for after a workout or for a breakfast boost.
For a meal that’s worthy of a champion, try George's recipe for roasted broccoli and chickpea burritos. Extremely quick and easy to make, this dish is packed with flavour and can also be eaten on the go.
Your post-match meal is very important and should never be underestimated. After all, eating the right food is a great way to prepare your body for whatever’s next. However, following a gruelling game of football, it can be tempting to just put your feet up and relax while paying little attention to nutrition. Check out our quick and easy recipe.
Step away from the vending machine! Our recipe for Greek yoghurt with apple & cinnamon has the dream team of flavour that will take your taste buds to the next level.
Elite rugby players are usually set a daily protein target to help them develop and maintain muscle mass, which is around 2.5 to 3g of protein per kilo of body weight. For someone like Chris Robshaw who weighs over 110kg, this is around 275g of protein per day, which is a substantial amount.