Everybody loves a lazy snack. Mid-way through the working day, it’s time to bust out the biscuits and cakes and get munching. But, too much cake munching can completely screw with your macros, which is why MyProtein sell these awesome High Protein Cookies and High Protein Brownies for you to munch your little heart out without throwing your macros out.
Protein Cookie Overview
MyProteins High Protein cookies contain a monumental 38g of protein, to put it into perspective that’s the same amount as a standard chicken breast – except cookies are far more appealing, right?
I’m sure reading through this review you know why your body needs protein but if you don’t, protein helps with the recovery, maintenance and building of lean muscle mass. It also helps keep your body more satiated, meaning you don’t get hungry so quick – unlike normal cookies these high protein cookies, are much more likely to keep you fuller for longer.
Protein Cookie Nutrition
As a high protein snack, you’re going to get a pretty decent macro ratio with these. They have 70% less sugar and 40% less fat than a standard shop bought cookies. They also contain a substantial 20g of energy fueling carbohydrates – making them the perfect pre or post workout snack.
- Protein – 47% – 38g
- Fat – 28% – 10g
- Carbohydrates – 25% – 20g
|Per 100g||Per Cookie (75g)|
|Energy||1786 kJ/427 kcal||1339 kJ/320 kcal|
|Fat||13 g||9.9 g|
|of which saturates||5.2 g||3.9 g|
|Carbohydrate||26 g||20 g|
|of which sugars||9.7 g||7.3 g|
|Protein||50 g||38 g|
|Salt||0.75 g||0.56 g|
These cookies are a tasty way to met your macronutrient goals without overloading yourself with the sugars and fats you’d get from eating normal cookies.
Protein Brownie Overview
Described as the perfect guilt free chocolate snack, these High Protein Brownies from MyProtein are a brilliant alternative to the standard carb laden, shop bought brownies you’re used to.
They even have a white chocolate version, which you can see in this MyProtein promo video:
While, chocolate chunks combined with cocoa gives you the standard chocolate chip brownie. Containing just 23g of protein, yet up to 75% less sugar than standard shop bought brownies. In addition, they are suitable for vegetarians (but not vegans as the main ingredient is milk protein)!
Protein Brownie Nutrition
Claimed to be the “perfect guilt-free treat” these brownies don’t lie – just check out these nutritionals….
Protein – 23g – 32%
Carbohydrates – 27g – 38%
Fat – 9.7g – 30%
|Per 100g||Per 75g|
|Energy||1600 kJ/383 kcal||1200 kJ/287 kcal|
|Fat||13 g||9.7 g|
|of which saturates||5.7 g||4.2 g|
|Carbohydrates||35 g||27 g|
|of which sugars||5.3 g||4 g|
|Fibre||2.7 g||2.0 g|
|Protein||30 g||23.0 g|
|Salt||0.4 g||0.3 g|
How To Make
Although these Protein Brownies and Protein Cookies are super tasty and only £11.99 and £16.99 a box you may want to try your hand at baking your own – which is why MyProtein developed their bake at home range. To find out more, why not have a quick read of our Protein Brownie Mix review or head straight to MyProteins Protein Cookie page.
Both of these were divine. I chose the Double Chocolate Protein cookie and the chocolate protein brownie – admittedly they tasted pretty similar, but as they are both chocolate products from the same company, I’m sure many ingredients crossed over.
Firstly, let’s discuss the high protein cookie – It’s not the same as your average shop bought tough cookie, in fact, it has a slightly more cakey texture to it, a bit like what you’d expect from a cookie that’s just come straight out of the oven. I didn’t try to microwave it, but maybe if you did it would be very similar? We ate it as a mid afternoon snack and it kept me full until dinner – which being the hungry hippo I am, was pretty beneficial. Will definitely be trying this again, but first I want to try the protein cookie mix and see if I can bake my own instead.
Next, the protein brownie – I definitely preferred this over the cookie, they were both good, but there was something about this that made it better, maybe it was that the chocolate chunks were more prominent, or that the texture was so mouthwateringly divine. I’m not sure, all I can say is that they tasted like heaven had just dropped it straight on my plate. I’ve had these twice now – once straight out of the packet, because – sometimes you just can’t wait for food and the second time I microwaved it for around 20 seconds. You have to try it, get some ice-cream to if you can, I forgot.
Both of these products were thoroughly enjoyed but can be slightly costly in comparison to standard non-protein products – but why the heck would you want just a plate full of sugar and no protein? I know I don’t.
Other tasty alternatives
MyProtein has a whole host of protein bars and protein snacks to take your fancy, due to their newly introduced bake at home range, which enables you to make your own healthy, high protein snacks. Why not check out their range for more information.
Price and deals
As with all MyProtein products, due to us being such an awesome discount site, we at Protein Promo get hold of some awesome and exclusive deals. Don’t hesitate and check out our MyProtein offers page now and see what’s in store for you today. The standard prices for these two products are:
You can also buy sample packs from £1.99 but, you get more value for money buying the 12 packs. Plus you can share them….with me….