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Baking Recipes Ideas

We have amazing , simple to use producs, but have you thought deeper? What else could you make using our Protein Pancakes or Shake  powders?

I have put together a few ideas you could try yourself at home. You can of course add any other ingredients if you wish to. 

Get in touch if you have other ideas using our products and I add them to this website. 

Baking Recipe Ideas Family Mother and child baking together

As mentioned on the Recipes - Shakes page , I am not a professional nutrionist or a baker. I simply like, as million others , baking or cooking.

Cheeky Chocolate Oat Bars

I do like cereal bars, Who doesn't? So I thought, bake some and use one of our Protein Powder. I chose the "Cheeky Choclate Vegan Protein Pancake Mix"

You will not need any extra sugar.


Below you can see the ingredients I used. 

  • 160ml Coconut Milk
  • 4 scoops of Cheeky Chocolate
  • 1 cup of rolled oats
  • add extra fress blueberries or small apple pieces to have them more moist than dry. 

Put all mixed ingredients to a batter. The battter will thicken up. Put everything in a greased tin and gently press the down and spread out the batter in the tin. Then bake for 15 minutes at 180°C . 

When everything is baked , let everything cool down. Gently tip out the cereal dough on a board and cut them in slices or pieces.

Recipe by Ivonne Meisel, VivaMK Health Ambassador.


Total cooking time including preparing only 20 minutes.

Cheeky Chocolate Oat Bars
VivaMK Protein Pancaker Batter made into a cereal protein bar

Banoffee Energy Balls

We all know nuts are very good  for you and can give you energy and also can help to loose weight.  


Walnuts are rich in antioxidants, decrease inflammation, promotes a healthy gut and may manage type diabetes 2 and may lower the risk of diabetes. Walnuts may also also help to lower the blood pressure. 


Cashew nuts are rich in fibre, low in sugar, have healthy fats and are vegan, plant based.

The ingredients I used:


  • 50g walnuts
  • 50g cashew nuts
  • 2 scoops Banoffee 
  • 80ml Coconut Milk
  • 40g cranberries
  • Coconut for the topping
Cashew Nuts and Walnuts in VivaMK Energy Balls Banoffee
VivaMK Banoffee Energy Balls

Chop the walnuts and cashew nuts and blend them to make a kind of flour. Add all ingredients to a bowl and stir with a fork. Form some small balls from the dough using your hands and roll them in the coconut. 


Put the small balls on a baking tray or put in a silicone mould (that is what I used). Bake the balls for 20mins - 180°C. Test them with a wooden stick or cake stick if nothing sticks on that cake stick. If not, you know they are proper cooked. 

Let them cool down on a cooling rack. When they cooled down, you can eat them right away. Enjoy. Recipe by Ivonne Meisel, VivaMK Health Ambassador.


If you use the oven, you may need to pre-heat the oven. I have used the Cake Factory by Tefal.


*Allergy: if you are allergic to walnuts or cashew nuts please speak to your GP first.

Oat Bars Made Simple

A simple, sweet and quick to make recipe with healthy ingredients. The bars taste fruity and filling you up quickly, so they are great to have has as a snack or for the lunch bag.  The bars include  a few ingredients, like oats and dried dates.


Oats are rich in antioxidants, keeps yours gut healthy, they can help with constipation and can be a great reliever for itchy, dry and irritating skin. Oats are also high in fibre so they keep you longer full. 

 

Dried dates are another source if high fibre. They can also promote weightloss due to their fibre. Dried dates are also great to treat constipation and can improve the heart health and brain.  They simply can strengthen  your immune sysytem. Dried dates are alsi rich in polyphenols. Polyohenols are packed with antioxidants and benefits your health.

The ingredients I used:


  • 2 cups of rolled oats
  • cup of dried berries
  • cup of dried dates
  • Half an apple, cut in pieces
  • 1 scoop Banoffee 
  • 40ml Coconut Milk
  • 2 tea spoons Xanthan Gum
  • 125g butter
  • 75g maple syrup
Oat Bars with VivaMK Banoffee
Oat Bars Dough in a baking form

Chop the apple in small pieces. Remember that you are making a bar, so they should be small and not to big and set aside.


Melt the butter together with the maple syrup. (You can also use a little less than 75g, because with the berries and apples the bars can be sweet.) in a small bowl and put on the side.


Weigh out the other ingredients (oats, berries, dates, Banoffee, Xanthan Gum and Coccunut milk. Add all ingredients including the melted butter and maple syrup in one large bowl and mix with a spoon. The mixture should be getting firm and a bit sticky. If it is too sticky, wet add some extra oats so the dough get firm. 

Transfer then the dough into your baking tin and push the dough slightly down. Make sure it is in nice and even and spreaded out in the whole baking tin. 


Cook for 25mins at 180°C. Once the bars has been cooked, take them out of the oven and let them cool down on a cooling rack. When they cooled down, take the dough out of  the tin and cut them in slices, in the size you wish to have them. Enjoy.


If you use the oven, you may need to pre-heat the oven. I have used the Cake Factory by Tefal, used programm 6 for 25minutes. Recipe by Ivonne Meisel, VivaMK Health Ambassador.


Cooking time in total including preparing approx. 30 minutes. A quickly and simple, healthy snack.



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