This is going to look like a total repeat #strangebutgood, but I promise you it’s worth it.

Last week I talked about my successes and fails with my protein bread.

I am back with more protein bread, but with a special twist.

It includes a new to me product that I think is worth sharing.

My love for Plant Fusion vegan protein powder is no new fact. I’ve used it in multiple recipes and love the protein frosting it creates.

Since I am such a devoted fan of this product, I of course keep up to date with their products and new happenings.
When I saw that they released a new product, I of course just had to try it.

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Their new Phood line is basically their protein powder, but with a little more oomph.  And did I mention it comes in a Chocolate/Caramel flavor?

Sold.

So since I was still in my protein bread experimentation phase, why not try this new product and see what comes out.

That’s just what I did.

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And look loves. A huge success.

Now before I give you the recipe a few things to point out first.

My protein breads, even this one that stayed risen a bit, are still a bit “rubbery” in texture. I haven’t been able to avoid this yet, but I don’t mind it.

Also this recipe is for one mini loaf, but you can easily increase the amounts to possibly make a regular size loaf, but since I am still experimenting, I like to only make one mini loaf at a time just in case it’s a fail.

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Phood Protein Loaf

(serving size – 1 mini loaf)

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Ingredients:

- 2 tbsp garbanzo bean flour*

- 1/2 scoop Phood protein powder

- 5 tbsp liquid egg whites

- 1/2 tsp baking powder

- 8-10 drops chocolate stevia

- cinnamon ( I didn’t measure, just put in a generous amount )

* Could sub with other flours. I’ve had success with coconut flour as well, but may need to increase egg white amount.

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Directions:

- Pre-heat oven to 375 degrees

- Mix all ingredients together until well blended.

- Pour into mini loaf pan and bake for 20-25 minutes or until toothpick comes out clean.

- Let cool. Slice. Top with desired toppings.

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Since I’m still pretty obsessed with my Sweet Spreads as well, that was my choice.

I mean seriously. Chocolate protein bread topped with white chocolate coconut butter… it seemed like a no brainer.

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The perfect protein bread?

Not yet, but I’m getting pretty close.

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I know this isn’t too strange of a recipe, but I am loving that I am getting some successes with my random throw in’s and experiments.

So if you want more #strangebutgood eats make sure to head over to Laura’s and check out what others are cooking up.

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