Collagen has become very popular due to its attractive health benefits, but you may not be sure where and how you can use it in your cooking.
With its neutral taste and highly dissolvable formula, it can be much easier (and tastier) than you might think to incorporate CP1 in all kinds of meals and snacks.
Through these simple recipes, Michelin Star chef Thomas Rode and CrossFit Games® Athlete Lauren Fisher demonstrate how to seamlessly integrate collagen into your daily routine, without compromising flavour, nutrition or texture.
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Post Workout Chia Pudding
With its luxurious texture and flavour, it’s almost too good to be true that this berry garnished chia pudding is good for you too.
Mango Mint Smoothie
Minty, fruity and fresh. Upgrade your smoothie pick-me-up with a boost of collagen protein - it won’t impact the taste or texture, and can help keep you fuller for longer.
Hemp Seed Savory Crepes
CP1 blends seamlessly into any kind of dough, including these versatile savory pancakes - and don’t worry, heat doesn’t damage collagen!
Deluxe Baked Omelette
This hearty omelette proves that no matter how you like your eggs, CP1 won’t draw any attention away from your preferred texture and ingredients.
Watermelon Salad with CP1 feta cheese
There’s nothing like a fresh watermelon salad on a hot summer’s day, and extra spice from fresh chilies serves as an excellent backdrop to a creamy feta garnish.
Sweet Potato Dessert
Dessert doesn’t have to mean empty calories - try this mouth watering arrangement of sweet whole foods fortified with incognito collagen protein.
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