I've seen many recipes with soy protein isolate instead of some of the flour. It's the samething then when you want to had fibres, with some flax or hemp seeds or oat bran.
Here's some dessert recipes with extra proteins that I found mostly on this forum:
High Protein Pudding
1-2 scoops Soy isolate protein powder, plain or chocolate flavoured
1 heaping teaspoon carob powder
Splash vanilla or cocoa extract
Pinch of salt
few tbsps of Chocolate Silk soy beverage
Put all dry ingredients in a bowl. Start with just a small amount of the chocolate silk soymilk, mix together. then add some of the plain soymilk. mix all together. if its too thick, keep adding tiny amounts of the soymilk or water until thick pudding consistency is acheived.
1 scoop Procore (or other protein powder)
2 Tablespoons Almond butter or peanut butter
1 Tablespoon Cocoa or carob powder
Water to desired consistency or soy chocolate beverage
Low-carb, Hi-Protein muffins
50 g almond
100 g soymeal
50 g soy granulate
150 g isolated soy protein
50 g coco rasps
30 g flax seed
30 g cocoa powder
1/2 pack baking powder
Mix all ingredients.
Then add 230 ml thistle oil and some water, until it has a cake mixture like consistency.
Finally add sweetener, until it's sweet enough for you.
Put the whole pastry into a muffin form and bake it like regular muffins.
Hi Protein Hi Energy Scones
Kids love this for some reason, even though it is super healthy. It is full of essential fatty acids, complex carbohydrates, calcium, zinc vitamin c and iron. You can dehydrate it if you have a dehydrator, which will retain even more of the fatty acids. If you have a fan assisted electric oven you can bake it at a very low temperature with the door open to dehydrate it. If you have a normal oven it will still be really good and healthy, as it is so full of good stuff. And last time I made this in a school half the class ate it raw.
One quarter cup of seed mix. Seed mix is half pumpkins, followed by another half of following seeds in equal proportion: sesame, linseed, flax. Shake these up together.
One cup almonds.
One cup figs
Two cups porrige oats
Tablespoon almond butter
Tablespoon other nut butter (I happened to have three nut butter, but I imagine hazlenut, peanut, etc will work just as well.)
First whizz up the seeds. Then woosh up the almonds. Put them in a bowl. Now whizz up the figs (or dates, or apricot - experiment with dried fruit). Add them to the bowl of seeds, then add the molasses (heat the spoon in hot water first to make the stuff run off.) Now add the different butters and stir in the ground nuts and oats, adding hot water to make a stiff but sticky batter.
Roll it out nice and flat, cut it into cooky shapes, and bake at a lowish temperature for about twenty minutes.
Lovely for warm for breakfast on chilly mornings, or as a filling pudding in a lunch box.
I just found this wonderful recipe online, and thought it needs to be shared! It's gorgeous, and would make a wonderful Christmas pudding, served with vegan icecream and/or custard. All the comments are the original authors, but I can vouch for how beautiful this is from happy experience.
Eat and enjoy!