Pure Protein Prize-Pack Giveaway

This year Pure Protein® is launching some fantastic new products including items that are baked, gluten-­free, fiber-rich and in mini-sizes, so there are plenty of options to fuel you through 2013.

Pure Protein® products are low in sugar, high in protein, and have the kind of taste that makes me look forward to eating them.


Whether you choose a convenient Pure Protein® bar or add Pure Protein® Whey Protein power to your daily smoothie, you have plenty of options to hit your daily protein goals.

Pure Protein® bars provide the quality protein and great taste that is essential to a healthy, balanced diet and important for supporting lean muscle and an active lifestyle.



Protein plays a number of different roles in the body. It repairs body cells, builds and repairs muscles and bones, provides a source of energy, and controls many of the important processes in the body related to metabolism.

Incorporating protein into my daily diet doesn’t always come easy. I don’t eat animal flesh. No meat, fish, chicken, and although I do bake with eggs, I never sit down to a plate eggs and the same can be said for milk. I bake with milk and cream, but don’t drink much milk.


That’s where protein supplements come in handy. Although protein from food sources is ideal, sometimes I need a boost and Pure Protein products are one way I can quickly and easily incorporate protein into my everyday lifestyle.

15 favorite plant-based and protein-packed recipes include:

1. Orange Ginger Tempeh and Brown Rice Salad with Orange Balsamic Vinaigrette – (vegan, gluten free if GF tempeh is used)

2. Peanut Sauce Baked Tofu (vegan, GF)

3. Spicy Baked Black Beans with Mixed Vegetables (vegan, GF)

4. Pumpkin Spiced Brown Rice Tempeh and Cranberry Salad – (vegan, gluten free if GF tempeh is used)

5. Barbeque Tofu with Pineapple and Mango (vegan, GF)

6. Cheezy Vegetable Bake (vegan, GF)

7. Peanut Noodles with Mixed Vegetables and Peanut Sauce (vegan, GF)

8. Cheesy Taco Casserole (vegetarian/vegan, GF)

9. Vegetable Lasagna Casserole (vegan, GF)

10. Homemade Peanut Butter

11. Sunflower Seed Butter Granola Bars with Chocolate Drizzle (no-bake, vegan, GF)


12. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookie Granola Bars (no-bake, vegan, GF)

13. Microwave Chocolate Peanut Butter and Oat Snack Bars (no-bake, vegan, GF)

14. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Granola Bars (no-bake, vegan, GF)

15. Fruit, Seed and Nut Crackers

Pure Protein would like one reader to win their own Prize Pack, which includes: 12 Protein Shakes, Whey Protein Powder, and 5 Bars

Using Rafflecopter, enter to win the Pure Protein Prize Pack Giveway by making sure to leave a blog comment below in response to the first question. (open to USA and Canada only)

Then follow the prompts for additional entries.

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127 comments on “Pure Protein Prize-Pack Giveaway”

  1. My favorite protein rich snack is cottage cheese! You can mix in savory or sweet toppings depending on your mood. I mix in cocoa powder and stevia a lot. May sound bizarre but I promise it is delicious!

  2. Im a huge fan of Pure Protein products as well as Progressive Organics brown rice protein powder for getting more protein into my vegetarian diet

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  4. I love adding nuts to everything for a little extra protein!

  5. I eat a huge amount of greek yogurt to add protein to my diet, and I also love me some peanut butter!

  6. There is always room for more protein in my diet. I eat a lot of greek yogurt and protein shakes, but these would be a great addition.

  7. My favorite protein sources are Greek yogurt and seafood.

  8. Eggs are my number one source for protein. I also I corporate beans into my diets several days a week.

  9. I like to snack on nuts for extra protein.

  10. lately, my go-to protein-filled snack is pumpkin mixed with a little bit of greek yogurt and vanilla sun warrior protein powder. add a little cinnamon, and it is pumpkin pie pudding!

  11. Tempeh is my favorite high protein food.

  12. I try to make sure I do get in protein with each meal and snack. I do try to go as plant-based as possible. But also use a rice protein powder that I found and love (also has spirulina in it)

  13. Siggis Skyr is really high in protein, I eat it all the time

  14. Boring, but cottage cheese (mixed with hot sauce and veggies), and greek yogurt do the trick for me. In terms of bars, I’ve become fond of the Fiber One line.

  15. Hummus. Lots and LOTS of hummus for protein.

  16. My favorite are Think Thin Bars….Peanut Butter (Creamy)

  17. I’ve really enjoyed having oatmeal with protein powder mixed in for breakfast.

  18. I love the EAS Lean protein, it has 100 calories for 2 scoops and it tastes great in smoothies.

  19. I am a fan of using protein powder in my baked goods!

  20. I loved scrambled egg whites mixed with cottage cheese and topped with salsa.

  21. I enjoy making a protein pudding or protein muffins for a snack. This giveaway looks great and I’m ready to win it! :)

  22. I usually stick with real foods for protein but do add some powder to my morning smoothies.

  23. Love Pure Protein powder in my smoothies! Also eat cottage cheese Breakstone LiveActive and Dannon Carb & Sugar Control Light & Fit yogurt everyday.

  24. I definitely turn to various protein bars on a regular basis to make sure I’m getting an adequate amount of protein- plus they’re delicious! Since I don’t eat meat, I also rely on soy products, beans, quinoa, greek yogurt, etc. (:

  25. I love the new Luna protein bars, but they’re a bit high in sugar. I’d love to try these.

  26. I like to get protein with beans and other plant based ways because I’m a vegetarian.

  27. I rely on quinoa, lots of beans and lentils and soy products at home. When travelling, I always try to bring protein bars as “insurance”.

  28. YUM! Love their products. Their bars are delicious. Right now I like to put either protein powder or peanut flour in my oatmeal for extra protein.

  29. I find ways to up my protein intake everyday — in the morning, I mix together 1/4 cup oats, 1/2 scoop of protein powder, 1/2 cup water, 1 egg white, and a half of a banana. Microwave on high for 3 minutes, stir, and add skim milk and honey to taste! You end up with about 1/2 carbs, 1/2 protein in terms of nutrition. Delicious! I also make a killer Peanut Butter Banana Protein Shake — Place 8 or so ice cubes, 1 cup water, 1/2 cup skim milk, 1 medium banana, 1-2 scoops protein powder, 2 tablespoons of PB2, and a tsp or so of vanilla extract in a blender and blend until smooth. Amazingggg, I promise!

  30. I am a big fan of New Zealand Whey!

  31. I love Designer Whey chocolate and french vanilla protein powder. I actually use it to bake breakfast treats like homemade granola bars or banana bread!

  32. Getting enough protein in my diet is something that I frequently struggle with. To try to remedy this, I have recently included protein shakes (including the delicious Pure Protein ones!) as one of my afternoon snacks. They are tasty and help me get through my afternoon college lectures – win, win :)

  33. My favorite way to get protein into my diet is a simple protein shake of just a frozen banana, almond milk, and vanilla whey. Tastes like dessert so I never get sick of it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. My fave way to incorporate proteins in my diet are nuts & tofu for vegetarian sources and shrimp/fish for non-vegetarian sources!

  35. I absolutely LOVE Pure Protein! So happy about this giveaway!

    Other bars I love are Power Crunch: http://www.powercrunch.com/
    Chocolate/Chocolate Peanut Butter Greens+ Bars! :http://greensplus.com/index.php

  36. Can’t get enough of smoked muscles on cucumber slices

  37. My favorite source of protein is peanut butter…yesterday, today, tomorrow. Great giveaway!

  38. my fav are QUEST PROTEIN BARS!

  39. Well actually the best way that i like to incorporate protein into mydiet is by boiling the whole egg,then peeling the shell off and eating the egg that way sprinkled with a little salt too. it may sound weird but it tastes good for me.

  40. I eat peanut butter, nuts, and greek yogurt to add protein to my diet. Chobani yogurt is my favorite! I also eat beans and milk.

  41. meat & greens. my fav protein drink is Dymatize vanilla. Thank you!

  42. I love making protein shakes with fresh seasonal fruit for breakfast! And I would love to win this contest to make my breakfasts even easier!

  43. I LOVE peanut butter, pretty much any kind of nut butter and I eat every. single. day!! I also eat a lot protein rich foods like fish, nuts and eggs.

  44. Quinoa – love it!

  45. I like adding walnuts or almonds to get some protein in a snack.

  46. I love the NUGO chocolate banana protein bars and they have a lot of protein per bar also the taste is really great not chalky like most that I have tasted!

  47. I love any kind of low-carb protein bars… Pure Protein’s chocolate chip cookie dough is amazing! I’m also a huge fan of Quest bars, I recommend everyone to try them! (cookie dough again…it’s like eating a piece of heaven!)
    As for natural protein, greek yogurt mixed with cinnamon and frozen berries is my favorite post-workout meal :)

  48. I love to eat any kind of protein bar, but I also like to eat Greek yogurt or nuts as a way to add protein.

  49. I love dding beans or seeds to meals to incorporate extra protein!

  50. I eat a lot of quinoa, black beans, nuts and almond butter! All excellent sources of protein!! My favorite protein shake is NNW Healthy 100% Whey…gluten free,
    Soy free and uses stevia as sweetener. Low calorie and fat with only 1 carb and 22 G protein!

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