Step Up Your Baking Game with Collagen

Collagen in the kitchen is no longer just for bone broth and coffee. Great Lakes Wellness collagen peptides are made with clean ingredients and added nutrients that are easy to incorporate into your daily routine—even while baking! Yep, that's right—you can whip up delicious baked goods like cakes and cookies, and even savory dishes like meatballs and frittatas, while getting the added benefits of collagen.

The best part? When baking with our unflavored collagen, there's no change to taste or texture; your family won't even know they're eating something good for them! 

Baking with Family

So, if you're a baking fiend looking to up your game, here are a few reasons why adding collagen to your baking repertoire is going to be a game-changer.

You can replenish nutrients your body needs

Collagen is a natural protein that helps your body produce healthy skin, nails, joints, ligaments, and tendons. As we age, that natural collagen source begins to deplete. The best way to replenish the nutrients your body needs to make collagen is through your diet. So why not use baking as another great way to get your daily dose of wellness? You'll be surprised by how well collagen works in both sweet and savory dishes! 


You can get creative with your recipes

Our unflavored collagen is flavorless and odorless, so it's easy to add to any recipe! Want to add some flavor to your recipes with a side of benefits? We've got you covered there, too. With our flavored collagen varieties—Chai, Mixed Berry, Chocolate, and Honey + Cinnamon, to name a few—the recipe options are endless!

Here are some of our favorite recipes that take things up a notch when you add in collagen powder:

Blueberry Lemon Crumble Collagen Bars

  • Blueberry Lemon Crumble Collagen Bars - These bars make the perfect on-the-go breakfast, snack or even dessert. They are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, packed with oats, chia seeds and collagen, giving them a delish chewy crust plus a delicious juicy berry filling.
  • Lemon + Lime Collagen Bars - We love a good lemon bar. It's that perfect balance of citrus and creaminess. Great for an afternoon pick-me-up, these yummy bars help boost your collagen and vitamin C intake for the day.
  • Paleo Chocolate Chip Snack Cake - If you're going to snack, this is the way to do it. The collagen powder helps keep the cake light and fluffy, while the chocolate chips add a touch of sweetness to satisfy your cravings.
  • Pear Blackberry Almond Cake - Imagine a light, flavorful almond cookie combined with the simple sweetness of pear and the robust tang of blackberries. That’s the idea behind this European inspired treat that’s perfect for brunch or with a nice cup of tea. P.S. Collagen goes great in that tea, too.

You can feel good about the results

It's always a good feeling when you can indulge your sweet tooth without feeling guilty about it. The good news? Baking with collagen is like having your cake and eating it, too (literally). From apple cupcakes with peanut butter drizzle to chai spice apple pie, you can enjoy your favorite baked goods while nourishing your body with the added benefits of collagen.

apple cupcakes with peanut butter drizzle

So, the next time you whip up some delicious baked treats, don’t forget to add the special ingredient from Great Lakes Wellness

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