JKP BLOG | News, Articles & Recipes

JKP BLOG | News, Articles & Recipes

JKP BLOG | Articles & Recipes

Curated by a staff of writers who share a passion for healthy living, nutrition and fitness.

Our JKP Blog is a collection of published articles covering news worth sharing and the latest nutrition and fitness research.

Here, you will also find our delicious high protein and macro friendly recipes made exclusively with John’s Killer Protein™ and DOLCE – Slender Indulgences®.

We pride ourselves at sourcing the purest ingredients, and to making the highest quality Whey and Casein Protein Blends.  From our certified 100% Irish whey isolate, to our organic protein blends, our products are always made with certified organic ingredients, and from certified grass-fed dairy.  JKP is always third party certified GMO-free, soy-free, sweeteners free and additives free.

We stand for sustainable health and true nutrition.  No gimmicks, no marketing games!  just pure, clean, protein you can feel good about.

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Blueberry Protein Doughnuts

These Blueberry Protein Doughnuts are insanely delicious.  And with 10C, 10P and 2F per doughnut, you won’t stop at just one!  This recipe is easy to make making our JKP Protein Doughnuts the perfect cure for all your sweets cravings! Doughnut Batter: 2 scoops John’s Killer Protein™ Organic Oats and Whey Protein Blend 1/3 Cup Oat […]

Chocolate Hazelnut Protein Souffle

Baby It’s Cold Outside! And that makes it perfect for a warm John’s Killer Protein – Chocolate Hazelnut Souffle!  Indulge in this delicious (& macro friendly) recipe that is oh-so-easy to make with only 3 ingredients! Ingredients: 2 organic eggs 2 scoops John’s Killer Protein™ Nighttime Blend 1/2 cup chocolate hazelnut spread OPTIONAL: 1/4 cup […]

WHAT IS CASEIN AND WHAT ARE ITS BENEFITS?

What exactly is Casein protein? Casein Protein is the main type of Protein found in Milk.  It makes up 80% of the Milk’s Protein with Whey making up the remaining 20%. Casein and Whey play different but very important and complementary roles in Protein Synthesis and in allowing our muscles to recover and grow.  While […]