Healthy Gingerbread Cookie Recipe with Protein

What if we tell you that you can enjoy delicious food during the festive season while keeping your nutrition requirements in check? Sounds perfect, right?
In this blog, we are going to share with you a healthy and flavorsome protein-rich recipe that you can binge on this season with your loved ones.

Protein-Rich Dessert Recipe for the Festive Month
Here’s a protein-rich recipe to help you fulfill your body requirements and have a healthy food routine.

Cookies are a savior when guests come over, and festive time is all about hosting friends and relatives. This gingerbread cookie recipe is healthy, tasty, and super easy to make. So, let’s get baking!

  • One scoop of vanilla-flavored protein powder
  • 2 tbsp. Maple syrup
  • ¼ tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 1 tbsp. Molasses
  • ½ tsp. ground ginger
  • A dash of ground nutmeg
  • ½ cup almond butter

Firstly, you need to preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and then combine all the ingredients in their respective quantities to create heaping scoops of batter. Now, take a baking sheet and put the batter scoops on it to bake it in the microwave. Heat it for around 10 minutes and leave it for another 10 minutes to cool off.
If you don’t have maple syrup, you can use soaked dates or jam as an alternate ingredient. That’s it! Super easy and tasty, right?

Bonus Recipe – We all love laddoos, and Indian festivals are incomplete without bingeing on mouth-watering laddoos. You can also make laddoos with these ingredients and add flavored powder (like chocolate or cocoa powder) for more taste.

It is the season of festivals, and we want to share a few more tips to help you maintain a nutritional diet between all the chaos and madness.

  • Start your day with lemon water, black tea, coffee, or even coconut water.
  • Keep your breakfast filling and healthy so you don’t binge later in the day.
  • Smoothies made of almond milk, protein powder, and blueberries are an ideal option, and it tastes yummy too!
  • Have a protein-rich breakfast with eggs, curd, paneer, or tofu.
  • Fill up 70% of your daily calorie requirement by lunchtime and have a fulfilling lunch.
  • Opt for water-based fruit if you feel hungry at other times of the day. Include flax seed powder, quinoa, and makhanas during snack time.
  • For dinner, you can go for paneer parantha, grilled chicken, curd rice, or khichdi for a nutritional and satisfying meal.
  • Keep your dinner light and avoid eating junk after 8 pm to let your body absorb the food properly.

With the right start to the day, you can balance your meals and binge a little on sweets and festive food without guilt! The recipe is apt for Diwali, wedding occasions, and even Christmas.

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