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Is there anything better than French Toast for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? The answer is no. And we can confirm that our collagen-infused, gluten free, keto friendly French toast is all the rage.
This collagen Greek yogurt bowl with granola and fruit is the easiest, no-cook breakfast to make in 5 minutes or less!
I’ve tried to crust-less quiche a few dozen times with heavy cream, light cream, regular milk, coconut milk, almond milk, a variety of cheeses, and each time it came out too fluffy, dry, or just plain blah. Cue the Collagen. The acid from the cottage cheese activate the binding properties of collagen and combined with eggs creates a creamy decadent quiche without all the extra calories (and adds 19 amino acids and proteins!)
When I thought about the Traditional Sweet Potato casserole, I wondered what it would look like to combine high fiber and delicious sweet Pumpkin with equally high fiber but lower sugar Spaghetti Squash, and amp up the protein and fat balance of the dish with luxurious coconut milk, and grass fed butter or ghee and a few scoops of collagen powder.
I wanted to see if I could challenge the normal super carby pizza version for one that would make my body feel good, look good, but be just as tasty and satisfying as the original. Like many of my savory dishes, I’ve replaced the use of alternative flours like almond or coconut with CB Supplements collagen powder.
Tender chicken (loaded with collagen) with sweet & crunchy green beans that double as fries? Yes please! This collagen recipe can give you a feel that you’re eating fast food, but it’s actually nutrient-balanced with fiber, fat, collagen/aminios/protein, and greens. You can make this in under 20 minutes. You don’t need Popeye’s or Chick-Fil-a!
The problem with Chinese takeout in America is that it’s laden with LOTS of sugar, sodium, calories, carbs, msg and processed flours. By making just a few modifications to the traditional recipe with alternative nutrient-rich or ingredients we get a recipe that is DELICIOUS, simple, satisfies that sweet and savory tooth, and keeps potential bloating at bay.
I miss waffles. Not because I felt great after eating them (a typical waffle with syrup contains 700-1,000 calories, over 100g carbs, 70g sugar…YIKES), but because I loved the texture, crunch, and heft! So I played around with a few collagen+waffle recipes and came up with one that makes me do a little happy dance, but doesn’t KILL my health goals!
Buffalo Chicken, onions, tomatoes, basil, on top of Collagen-Infused Cauliflower Flatbread! Yum! Straight up high-protein, low-carb, low glycemic, lean and green deliciousness.
Collagen has a ‘flour-like’ texture, minimal flavor, natural ‘binding’ qualities that make it a PERFECT ingredient in collagen recipes like this one. It keeps the ingredients bound together without significantly increasing carbs or calories!
This modified Mongolian Beef and Cauliflower Rice recipe is an easy way to make a traditionally high carb/high sugar dish more nutritious without sacrificing the delicious. The Collagen not only adds protein and amino acids, it acts as a thickening agent in place of high carb cornstarch or arrowroot powder.