Here they are, 20 easy delectable recipes using Collagen Peptides Protein Powder that you can make at home without ever turning on the oven! Collagen Peptides Powder is a powdered supplement that is made of hydrolyzed collagen peptides — small chains of amino acids that help support healthy hair, skin, nail, bone and joint health. Collagen peptides dissolve well in water which makes it a breeze to stir in some coffee or milk you drink in the morning, but it's also really easy to turn collagen powder into no-bake desserts! Here are some recipes you can try for yourself.
What we'll cover:
- Collagen Protein Ball Recipes
- Collagen Protein Bar Recipes
- Collagen Desserts
Collagen Peptides FAQ
WHAT ARE COLLAGEN PEPTIDES?
Collagen Peptides Powder is a powdered supplement that are made of hydrolyzed collagen peptides — small chains of amino acids that help support healthy hair, skin, nail, bone and joint health.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF COLLAGEN PEPTIDES?
Collagen peptides help maintain the integrity of connective tissue throughout the body. This includes skin, bone, cartilage, tendons, ligaments, muscles, blood vessels, and internal organs. They also support the immune system by helping to fight off infections and prevent the development of cancerous cells. In addition, collagen peptides promote cell growth and repair damaged tissues.
🍪 Protein Ball Recipes Using Collagen Peptides
1. Basic Peanut Butter
Some people make them sweet, others like them salty. That’s why I love a basic, easy protein ball recipe that can be tweaked to people’s taste buds’ preferences! This versatile collagen protein ball recipe is just that. The base of the recipe only requires 5 ingredients—collagen peptides protein powder, peanut butter, sweetener, coconut flour and almond milk. Just mix and roll. Absolutely zero cooking skills are required.
Basic Peanut Butter Collagen Protein Balls with VariationsSee Recipe
2. Birthday Cake
These confetti birthday cake collagen protein balls have all of the flavors of your favorite birthday cake but they are healthier and so much easier to make!
Collagen Birthday Cake Protein Balls
3. Monster Cookie
Here’s an on-the-go snack that’s inspired by my childhood favorites! Monster Cookie Protein Balls. Just like the baked version, these sweet and chewy protein balls are made with peanut butter, oatmeal and mini M&Ms. But these treats are so much easier to make, no-bake and packed with protein and dairy free!
Healthy Monster Cookie Protein Balls Made with Collagen PeptidesSee Recipe
4. Coffee & Almond Butter Cookie Dough
7 ingredients and 10 minutes of your time are needed to make these delicious Coffee & Almond Butter Cookie Dough Collagen Protein Balls using collagen peptides. Switch things up a bit from your basic cup of coffee and try making these collagen coffee protein balls. Featuring collagen peptides protein powder, almond butter, instant coffee granules and mini chocolate chips, these protein balls are chewy, nutty, sweet and chocolatey – with just the perfect amount of caffeine to keep you going throughout the day.
Coffee & Almond Butter Cookie Dough Collagen Protein BallsSee Recipe
5. Cashew & White Chocolate
These scrumptious white chocolate & cashew protein balls made with collagen protein powder are easy to make and healthy, too. The buttery cashew nuts and chunks of melt-in-your mouth white chocolate are perfect with the chewy sweet cookie-like dough.
Cashew & White Chocolate Collagen Protein BallsSee Recipe
6. Pistachio Cheesecake
Here’s a pistachio cheesecake inspired protein ball recipe featuring pistachio butter, cream cheese, collagen, coconut flour. These Keto Pistachio Cheesecake Protein Balls are nutty and creamy, but slightly tropical and fruity. All you have to do is simply mix the ingredients and roll into balls. Quick and easy. These convenient, no-bake snacks are just perfect to have on hand for those hungry moments.
Pistachio Cheesecake Collagen Protein BallsSee Recipe
These little bites of collagen taste as fabulous as they look. Introducing Tahini protein balls – they’re power-packed with collagen peptides, tahini and sesame seeds, a potent combination of nutrients and antioxidants that will keep you full and happy throughout the day. Whether your goal is to power up your workout routine or stay energized during a long hike, these are munchable snacks you can easily take anywhere.
Keto Tahini Collagen Protein Balls (The Best Healthy Post-Workout Snack!)See Recipe
8. Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter + Pretzels
Sweet, salty, crunchy and chewy - the ultimate flavor/texture combination, in protein ball form! Here is a recipe for my easy, no-bake, 5-ingredient Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Collagen Protein Balls with Pretzels
Sweet and Salty Peanut Butter Collagen Protein Balls with PretzelsSee Recipe
9. Matcha Latte
Nutty, earthy and sweet, these power-packed Matcha Latte Protein Balls were inspired by my favorite hot drink! You’ll love the flavor of matcha and the depth of flavor that comes from dry milk powder, as well as the buttery smooth mouthfeel of the hemp seeds in every bite. And it’s so easy to make! This recipe only require 7 ingredients – and just 5 minutes of your time.
Power Packed Matcha Latte Protein Balls Recipe with Collagen PeptidesSee Recipe
🍫 Protein Bar Recipes Using Collagen Peptides
1. Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
It’s so easy to reach for that candy bar or bag of chips when you’re tired, stressed, or worse – hangry. That’s why I try to have something healthy and satisfying on-hand that I can eat when that craving creeps in. Here’s one recipe that I have been making for weeks now, it’s these lovely Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Collagen Protein Bars. Nutty, chewy, thick and chocolatey with a texture kind of like a cross between a cookie dough and blondie – you won’t regret finding these waiting for you the next time you open the fridge looking for something good (and also good for you) to eat.
Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Collagen Protein BarsSee Recipe
2. Collagen Snickers Bars
These extra special, easy, no-bake Keto Snickers Protein Bars are absolutely magical. The collagen peptides is what gives this recipe its distinct gooey, caramel-like centers, just like the classic candy bar. Paired with the low-carb coconut flour cookie base, the chocolate coating and the crunchy peanuts, you’ll never know that this bar contains 23g of protein per serving (more than 7 times of what’s contained in the original Snickers bar!)
Collagen Snickers BarsSee Recipe
3. Pecan Pie
Pecan pie bars made with collagen powder? You bet! These no-bake Collagen Pecan Pie Bars are everything your taste buds love about pecan pie, except the ingredients are low carb and high in fiber! These bars are the perfect combination of sweet, salty, crunchy and gooey. The best part about this recipe is that they are super easy to make and use only the good stuff – collagen peptides protein powder, coconut flour, almond milk, molasses, pecan butter and pecans – no eggs, and certainly no corn syrup required.
Collagen Peptides Pecan Pie Bars (No-Bake)See Recipe
4. Carrot Cake
While we're on the topic of dessert-inspired protein bar recipes, here's a carrot cake collagen bar recipe you'll also love! 'Cause when it comes to these No-Bake Carrot Cake Protein Bars, you can have your cake and eat it, too! High in protein, and low in calories and carbs, these chewy protein bars are made with collagen peptides protein powder, shredded carrots, maple syrup, cream cheese, coconut flour and cinnamon. They’re a wonderful healthy twist on the fall dessert–and a lifesaver if you have a carrot cake craving and no time to whip something up.
No-Bake Carrot Cake Collagen Protein Bars (Low Carb, Low Calorie Treats!)See Recipe
5. Lemon Bars
These Homemade Lemon Protein Bars made with Collagen Peptides make the perfect healthy dessert or post-workout snack. Soft and chewy on the inside, with just the right balance of sweet and tangy — these bars are thick and chewy thanks to the collagen peptides which have a lot of great benefits for your hair, skin and joints. Give them a try the next time you’re craving a lemony treat!
Healthy Homemade Lemon Protein Bars made with Collagen PeptidesSee Recipe
6. White Chocolate & Matcha
Adding matcha to dessert is one of my favorite things to do, and these gluten-free, nut-free Healthy White Chocolate Matcha Collagen Protein Bars are just too good to keep to myself. Thick and chewy with the sweet earthiness that comes from the matcha powder, these protein bars are like a healthy version of a matcha blondie, but with buttery white chocolate pieces in every bite.
Healthy White Chocolate Matcha Collagen Protein Bars (Nut Free Recipe)See Recipe
7. White Chocolate Macadamia
Here it is, a recipe for Chunky White Chocolate Macadamia Protein Bars! Thick, chewy and buttery sweet, these protein bars are just like the white chocolate macadamia cookie, but without the extra sugar and butter (and no baking required!)
Chunky White Chocolate Macadamia Protein Bars Recipe (made with Collagen Peptides)See Recipe
8. Take 5 Copycat Recipe
Sweet, salty, crunchy, chewy, not to forget nutty, there’s something in these Healthier Reese’s Take 5 Copycat protein bars that will satisfy any candy bar lover. Made with healthier ingredients like collagen powder, coconut flour, oatmeal, peanut butter, and almond milk — all you have to do is simply mix the ingredients, slice into bars and coat them with chocolate. You definitely deserve to take five and enjoy this treat!
Sweet & Salty Peanut Butter Protein Bars Recipe (made with Collagen Peptides)See Recipe
Satisfy your sweet tooth with these delicious Easy Nutella Protein Bars made with Collagen Peptides! These soft and chewy protein bars are packed with chocolatey goodness and the added benefits of collagen peptides. Perfect for a post-workout snack or a sweet treat anytime.
Nutella Collagen Protein BarsSee Recipe
If you’re a fan of gingerbread, you’ll love these Gingerbread Collagen Protein Bars. Made with collagen peptides protein powder, these bars are an excellent source of protein and will keep you feeling satisfied for hours. The blend of ginger, cinnamon, and allspice gives them a warm and spicy flavor that will remind you of the holiday season all year round.
Gingerbread Collagen Protein BarsSee Recipe
🍮 Other No-Bake Collagen Recipes
Here are some other easy, no-bake recipes using collagen peptides powder that didn't fit in the protein ball or protein bar category! I absolutely recommend you try the first one - the caramel dip 🙂
1. Keto Caramel Dip
Here’s a mix-it-and-forget-it keto Caramel Apple Dip Recipe that only requires nut butter, collagen peptides powder and sugar-free syrup. And NO COOKING REQUIRED! Sweet, rich and sticky, you’ll never know that this creamy caramel dip is sugar-free and high in protein. It’s a perfect low-carb, guilt free snack you can quickly whip up in under 5 minutes, or make ahead, so you can eat whenever you’re craving something sweet and crunchy.
Keto Caramel Apple Dip (Low Carb, High Protein Caramel Sauce)See Recipe
2. Peanut Clusters
These chocolate-coated Peanut Clusters with Collagen Caramel takes the classic crunchy treats to the next level. Made with collagen peptides powder, peanut butter, sugar free syrup, chocolate, and of course –peanuts–these treats are just the healthy, guilt-free recipes you need if you’re on a low-carb or keto diet. Plus, they’re no-bake and easy to make. Be sure to add that sprinkle of coarse salt on top if you like them sweet and salty.
Collagen Caramel Peanut ClustersSee Recipe
3. Pumpkin Pancakes
Pumpkin pancakes are a perfect breakfast for the fall season, but it’s something that I crave all year long. These particular easy pumpkin pancakes using collagen peptides protein powder are no exception. The protein pancake batter is made with a blend of collagen peptides powder, a powdered supplement that helps support healthy hair, skin, nail, bone and joint health, as well as coconut flour, tapioca flour, sugar, eggs, and pumpkin puree.
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