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Kimber’s Kitchen: Adding BiPro to Oatmeal

Between strength training, speed exercises and team practices, Kimber Rozier works out about 12 times per week. The professional rugby player uses BiPro ELITE whey protein isolate to recover from workouts, but she likes to consume her BiPro through more avenues than just protein shakes.

This is the first blog in a series called “Kimber’s Kitchen,” where some of her quick and easy BiPro snacks will be featured.

 

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Rozier has oatmeal for breakfast just about every morning. But a typical serving of oats (1/2 cup) carries just 150 calories and five grams of protein, not enough to satisfy an athlete’s appetite or provide an ideal amount of protein for muscle recovery.

So, Rozier adds a scoop of French vanilla BiPro ELITE whey protein isolate to her oatmeal. The addition packs an extra 20 grams of protein and 90 calories to the dish. Best of all, BiPro mixes into the oatmeal seamlessly while also giving it a naturally sweetened vanilla taste.

“I’ve run the gamut of protein products, so I have experience with other powders,” Rozier said. “BiPro tastes good, which is important. It’s really soluble and mixes well with everything. I’ve had protein powders where I mix it with foods and hot beverages where it just coagulates. It’s disgusting, you’re just eating chalky powder. BiPro is not like that, which is great.”

How to Make Kimber’s BiPr-oatmeal

Mix oats with water and heat in a microwave or saucepan.
When the oatmeal reaches a desired temperature, put it in a bowl.
Sprinkle a scoop of BiPro into the concoction, stirring with a spoon until the powder is fully mixed.

That’s it! For more BiPro protein recipes, head over to our recipes page.   



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