Collagen peptides/protein offers a complete health supplement, without any additives artificial / processed ingredients it is much more easily absorbed by our bodies.
Because our body naturally produces collagen on its own, it’s a bioavailable resource that we try to take full advantage of here at Ossa Organic.
The benefits of grass-fed collagen range from healthier skin to stronger bones and connective tissues throughout the body. These collagen recipes incorporate grass-fed collagen in small amounts to give you an incredible protein boost along with other vitamins and nutrients.
While collagen is the most abundant protein in your body, you can still increase your intake and see great results. However, as with any dietary supplement, you should first consult with your GP and avoid increasing your protein levels too much.
Now, let’s dive into these 10 grass-fed collagen recipes. They’re not only easy to make but also packed with nourishing foods that will help your body naturally heal and thrive.
Collagen Protein Cookies
Adding some collagen peptides to paleo cookies makes them chewy without being too dense. Regular cookies contain loads of sugar and are high in both saturated fat and carbohydrates. Not these!
These collagen protein cookies from Gut Health specialist and nutritionist Sophia Hill, uses our ghee and collagen peptides and coconut flour to replace traditional gluten flour. They are rich in protein, amino acids, vitamins A, K and E and also full of chocolatey flavour and natural sweetness, so this is one recipe you will be bound to come back to again and again.
Collagen Protein Banana Bread
This banana bread is gluten and dairy-free, so it’s extremely healthy and shareable! It’s nutrient-dense blend features cinnamon, coconut sugar, vanilla, and creamy bananas for an extremely smooth but filling bake.
The addition of collagen peptides makes it a protein-packed dessert that nourishes your skin, hair, and gut health!
Collagen Smoothie Bowl
A collagen smoothie is a great way to get your protein in after a workout, or just add some protein into your daily diet. This recipe puts a spin on a superfood drink by placing it into a delectable bowl instead.
Our collagen protein smoothie bowl blends tropical flavours like peaches and coconut with collagen to give you an all-in-one smoothie bowl perfect morning, noon, or night!
You could add blueberries for natural colouring, or opt for desiccated coconut chips like the original recipe!
You can also use any bowl recipe to make your own protein smoothie recipes at home!
Overnight Collagen Chia Pots
Ossa Organic’s chia and blueberry protein pots are the perfect grab-and-go snack. They’re rich, smooth, and an absolute delight with a cup of tea in the afternoon. Adding a scoop of collagen powder or a serving of grass-fed collagen gives this recipe a hydrating boost.
Add some coconut cream and grated, unsweetened chocolate on top for an even more decadent experience!
Collagen Rice Noodles
Collagen in noodles? You bet! Peptides are amazing because you can incorporate them into virtually any dish to reap their rewards. Our 5 minute bone broth noodle soup recipe is 100% gluten-free and 200% delicious!
Because collagen recipes only use a small amount, the protein blends effortlessly into any mix without losing its power. If you are looking for an additional boost simple add a scoop or two of our collagen protein to any savoury or sweet dish.
Ah, where would you be in the morning without our cup of Joe? Bulletproof coffee is a keto staple that uses a high-calorie blend to replace the typical carb-heavy breakfast so many people rely on. Rather than fuelling with food, you get your energy boost and morning nutrition through a deliciously blended cup of coffee instead!
This bulletproof coffee recipe uses black coffee, MCT oil, and collagen. It’s super simple, and you can even use it as a base to create your favourite latte at home.
Collagen Green Juice
This superfood drink is loaded with greens and, of course, a healthy dose of protein. Green juice allows you to skip your daily salad in favour of something a bit sweeter. features spinach, apples, bananas, and ginger for an energizing drink that will pick you up in the morning or after a workout.
We suggest altering the blend of any green recipe to suit your tastes; if you prefer less sweetness, or just want to cut back on natural sugars, opt for more veggies than fruits. A single banana with spinach, kale, and ginger, for example, can be a good substitute for this recipe.
Collagen Cacao Powder Hot Chocolate
You can add some collagen peptides to your favourite cacao powder and use it in a variety of baking and drink recipes. This hot chocolate by Parachute Nutrition is gluten-free and features cinnamon, cashews, and dates. It’s the perfect seasonal treat during the winter, or a nice alternative to coffee when you’ve grown tired of your usual latte.
These paleo collagen pancakes allow you to indulge on some fluffy pancakes without all the carbs. Rich in omega 3’s and vitamins, the addition or protein makes this one of the best grass-fed collagen breakfast recipes. It’s certain to become a go-to in your house, especially if you have kids.
Using bananas and desiccated coconuts instead of traditional flour and sugars adds natural lightness and sweetness to these healthy pancakes. Plus, with such a small ingredient list, they’re budget-friendly and easy to whip up anytime.
Keto Lime Fat Bombs
Our combine collagen peptides, coconut, and fresh lime into one delicious bar. These are low-carb, refined-sugar-free treats that you can make in less than 10 minutes, all in one bowl!
Fat bombs might sound unhealthy, but they’re actually the opposite! These treats use healthy fats to ensure people on keto diets get enough fat from the right sources.
You don’t have to be keto to enjoy these bars, they are a great way of incorporating nourishing and natural fats into your diet.