What are High Protein Crisps by Muscle Food?
Muscle Food, premium nutrition which offers a variety of products that promise to make you stay in shape and allow you to develop muscle mass and enhance recovery has come up with healthy and natural crisps.
The Sweet Thai Protein Crisps stand for a delicious high protein snack, with Sweet Thai Spice flavor and the Sour Cream & Onion offers the flavor suggested in the title. A small, 35g bag contains 20g protein and the product is made out of 100% natural ingredients, including Soya Protein Isolate.
Muscle Food recommends the consumption of crisps with its High Protein Bread, so that you can enjoy a mega 50g protein sandwich.
Many people enjoy eating a crisp every now and then, but everybody loves a god dip. And because Muscle Food’s crisps don’t have a dip to go with it, there are some healthy suggestions that will make you forget you are eating for a diet! There are many to-die-for dips that make out of your healthy crisps a real treat.
The first easy-to-make dip is creamy spinach. All you need is one small peeled onion, 1/5 ounce can water chestnuts, ½ cup of low-fat cream cheese, ½ cup of low-fat cottage cheese, ¼ zero calories plain yogurt, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, ½ teaspoon of salt, six ounces of baby spinach and two tablespoons of chopped fresh chives.
You cut the onion and chestnuts into a processor until they become a soft paste. You add the low-fat cream cheese, the low-fat cottage cheese, the plain yogurt and the lemon juice. You stir and add a touch of salt and another touch of pepper. The last ingredients to add are the chives and the baby spinach leaves. You stir until all the ingredients are incorporated and the dip is ready.
The second type of dip which combines wonderfully with Muscle Food’s High Protein Crisps is the French Onion dip.
The ingredients of French Onion dip are the following: one tablespoon of extra virgin, 4 cups of chopped onions, ¾ teaspoon of salt, 1 ¾ cups of mushroom broth, 2 teaspoons of onion powder, 2 tablespoons of distilled white vinegar, one cup of low-fat sour cream and 1/3 zero calories plain yogurt.
You heat the oil in a large frying pan and you add the onions with a touch of salt. You add the broth and boil until the liquid is almost evaporated. You reduce the heat so that the onions can cook properly and become golden, then stir in the onion powder and vinegar and cook again until it evaporates. After it cooled off, you add the sour cream and yogurt over the onion mix and allow it to chill for about 30 minutes so that the flavors can blend.
One tip-two dips!
You are now ready to dig in your crisps with two different dips, which can provide a nutritious, low-fat snack. The only thing left to do is keep both dips in the refrigerator for three days and your dips will burst with flavor, vitality and health. Don’t forget to stir the dips before serving them with Muscle Food’s High Protein Crisps.