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Protein Power Petites
Protein Power Petites
25 min
30 petites
$1.50/serving

Store-bought protein bars can be full of artificial ingredients and sugar. These healthier bites pack a big protein punch in a petite package.


Ingredients
Preparation
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Place oats in a food processor and blend to the consistency of flour.
  3. In a medium bowl, mix oat flour with remaining dry ingredients. 
  4. Whisk egg whites with remaining wet ingredients. Fold wet and dry mixes together. 
  5. Stir in whole food sprinkle.
  6. Place a Perfect Petites mold on a Sheet Pan. Lightly brush with oil. 
  7. Divide batter by heaping tablespoonful among petites and bake 12–15 minutes.  When cool to the touch, flip Perfect Petites mold onto Sheet Pan and twist to pop out petites. 
Tips

Try mixing in 12 cup chopped nuts, raisins, or shredded coconut for tasty variations.

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

Enjoy 3 petites with 1 cup 2% plain Greek yogurt and 2 cups berries, or 6 petites and 2 servings of fruit or a large banana.

Nutritional Information

Per serving (3 petites): Calories 130, Fat 2.5 g (Saturated 0.5 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 190 mg, Carbohydrate 18 g (Fibre 3 g, Sugars 4 g), Protein 11 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favourites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavour, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!  

Learn more about the Good Food Movement →

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Protein Power Petites
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Protein Power Petites
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Ingredients
25 min
30 petites
$1.50/serving
Preparation
  1. Preheat oven to 350° F.
  2. Place oats in a food processor and blend to the consistency of flour.
  3. In a medium bowl, mix oat flour with remaining dry ingredients. 
  4. Whisk egg whites with remaining wet ingredients. Fold wet and dry mixes together. 
  5. Stir in whole food sprinkle.
  6. Place a Perfect Petites mold on a Sheet Pan. Lightly brush with oil. 
  7. Divide batter by heaping tablespoonful among petites and bake 12–15 minutes.  When cool to the touch, flip Perfect Petites mold onto Sheet Pan and twist to pop out petites. 
What you'll need
Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend
Power Up Vanilla Protein Blend
77 Reviews
Apple Pie SpiceApple Pie Spice
Apple Pie Spice
68 Reviews
Cinnamon Cinnamon
Cinnamon
88 Reviews
Summer Berry Sweet Dip MixSummer Berry Sweet Dip Mix
Summer Berry Sweet Dip Mix
130 Reviews
Sheet PanSheet Pan
Sheet Pan
41 Reviews
Perfect PetitesPerfect Petites
Perfect Petites
48 Reviews
Tips

Try mixing in 12 cup chopped nuts, raisins, or shredded coconut for tasty variations.

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

Enjoy 3 petites with 1 cup 2% plain Greek yogurt and 2 cups berries, or 6 petites and 2 servings of fruit or a large banana.

Nutritional Information

Per serving (3 petites): Calories 130, Fat 2.5 g (Saturated 0.5 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 190 mg, Carbohydrate 18 g (Fibre 3 g, Sugars 4 g), Protein 11 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favourites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavour, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!  

Learn more about the Good Food Movement →