High-Protein Desserts Made In The Microwave

Our last microwaveable round up went down a treat, and it’s not hard to see why: tasty, high-protein treats that can be made in a matter of minutes using minimal equipment? Yes please! So we’re back with another 4 microwavable dessert recipes for you so that you can indulge your sweet tooth without slaving away in the kitchen…


Gingerbread Mug Cake

Gingerbread Protein Mug Cake Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

This mug cake takes the classic flavours of gingerbread that we all know and love and makes it into a super quick, comforting Christmas dessert. Find the recipe, here.



Cheat's Chocolate Chip Cookie

Cheat's Chocolate Chip Protein Cookie Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

Cookie cravings? Whipping up a whole batch of cookies is not only time consuming, but often means you end up eating half the batch in one sitting, or that you're left with a load of stale, uneaten cookies! This single serving microwaveable cookie is the answer to this first-world problem… and it also happens to contain a good dose of protein too! Find the recipe, here.



Double Chocolate Zoats

Double Chocolate Protein Zoats Recipe | Neat Nutrition. Clean, Simple, No-Nonsense.

We like to think there is no such thing as too much chocolate, and whether you eat these oats for breakfast or dessert, this indulgent bowl will certainly taste too good to be good for you! Find the recipe, here.



Chocolate Oranges

Chocolate Oranges

So technically, it might not simply be made in the microwave (you’ll also need to freeze them too) but this recipe is still about as simple and no nonsense as it gets! These bitesized chocolate oranges are a light sweet treat that will give you that much needed chocolate fix whilst providing you with 1 of your 5 a day. Don’t have a freezer or the time to wait? Whip up the choc orange sauce, add in your toppings and dip in your choice of fruit like it’s a chocolate fondue - it’s heaven! Find the recipe, here.

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