Pulsin Protein Powder Review
If you like to add a bit of extra protein to your diet (and are veggie or vegan) then Pulsin might be the powder and snack for you. I received some samples from Pulsin and decided to give them a bit of a spin while getting back into some vlogging/video too.
In this video, I add the Pulsin Protein Powder to my breakfast smoothie. As with most vegan protein powders it is a little bit gritty, but not as bad as others that I have tried. It is flavour free so works with smoothies and would be great in raw balls for breakfast. It also says you can add it to cereal and soup – so I might give that a try too.
250ml soya milk
1.5 bananas per smoothie
2 tbsp oats
1 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp Pulsin Protein Powder
1 tbsp smooth peanut butter
a dash of water
As promised in the video, the price for the powder is between £8.99 for 250g and £70.01 for 5kg which is pretty good.
I am pretty keen on this powder because of the decent price, the fact that it isn’t too powdery for a vegan powder and also that it is flavour free so perfect for me to make into anything (frozen berries are great for making a cold smoothie in the hotter weather – but flavours make it a bit weird)
Having never tried protein powder in soup (I usually rely on the ingredients for the protein level) I will be giving it a go to see what it is like – not going to knock it until I’ve tried it.
So there you have it my Pulsin Protein Powder review.
Do you use protein powder and snacks as a supplement to your diet? Have you tried Pulsin Protein powder before?
Let me know in the comments below, along with any fun and inventive recipe ideas too.
Here’s to a Pulsin Protein Powder being a new smoothie favourite!
DISCLAIMER: I received the products as a gift from Pulsin. All comments and opinions are honest and my own.