Sport Definition Protein Crepes – 1 kg
- Each portion is as many as 22 g of protein.
- Based on rice and coconut flowers.
- No added sugar.
- Gluten free.
- Great source of fiber.
Protein Crêpes is a prepared mixture for fast and easy preparation of dough for high-protein pancakes. It’s a fantastic variety for everyone who likes pancakes. In order to get ideal dough-just add water and mix. Thanks to that, you can easily and without any problems, prepare a delicious meal, suitable for persons not tolerating gluten, and yet, still rich in high-value protein. Fried pancakes are thin, flexible and with crispy edges. Lack of sugar and the formula based on rice and coconut flowers, make this product a perfect snack in most of diets. Delicious to be served with fruits, nuts, velvet peanut butter, peanut butter or the sauce zero. Available in two flavour possibilities: natural and chocolate.
One portion of 50 g (that is about 1,5 scoops) dissolve in 100 ml of water, mix precisely. Fry to come to the right structure.
Warnings: Do not use if you are allergic to any of the supplement compounds. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. A balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle is recommended.
Milk protein concentrate, milk protein isolate, rice flour, whole milk powder, coconut flour1, chicken albumin concentrate (with an egg), coconut flour2 inulin, cocoa2, rasing agent (sodium bicarbonate), flavorings2, flavoring (clarified butter flavour – contains milk1, thickeners (xanthan gum), salt, sweetener (sucralose). It refers only to the flavours: 1unflavoured, 2chocolate.
|Serving size:||50 g|
|Serving per bag||20|
|Nutrition declaration||100 g||50 g||%RI*|
|Energy||1595 kJ / 378 kcal|
1569 kJ / 372 kcal2
|808 kJ / 192 kcal|
794 kJ / 188 kcal2
|Fat||6,5 g, 5,8 g2||3,3 g, 2,9 g2||5%, 4%2|
|of which saturates||5,2 g, 4,2 g2||2,6 g, 2,1 g2||13%, 11%2|
|Carbohydrate||33 g||17 g||7%|
|of which sugars||8,2 g, 8,3 g2||4,1 g, 4,2 g2||5%|
|Fibre||5,7 g||2,9 g||-|
|Protein||44 g||22 g||44%|
|Salt||1,1 g, 1,5 g2||0,55 g, 0,75 g2||9%, 13%2|
|*RI- Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/ 2000 kcal)|