Caitlin Silcox Tasty Recipes!

MuscleTech's Ambassador Caitlin Silcox Recipes!


Nutrition and diet is so fundamental to a good training programme, a question I often get asked is ‘how do you stick to your diet’. The answer is BALANCE. I am currently into my off season and won’t be competing for another several months, this doesn’t mean I forget my healthy eating lifestyle and switch to fast foods, but this also doesn’t mean having to stick to such a rigid routine, like along the lines of chicken broccoli and rice.

During off season I eat around 5-6 meals a day, I increase my carbohydrate intake to make up most of my calorie consumption, my meals are always varied in order that I don’t get bored, but for me preparation is key. I spend two evenings a week cooking up enough meals to last me the next 2-3 days this way there is no excuse to let diet slip. Fail to prepare, Prepare to fail.

However that being said, I do still love to indulge just like everybody else, we are all human at the end of the day. I allow myself one cheat meal a week, and also one ‘clean’ cheat as I have a slight sweet tooth.

Below I’ve added in a few of my favourite clean cheat recipes for you to try.


Chocolate + Banana Protein Pancake

1 whole egg

2 egg whites

1 medium banana

1 scoop chocolate ISO Zero Carb Whey

50ml cup almond milk

1 tbsp. coconut oil



Serves 3-4 small pancakes

7g FAT

30g CHO

40g PRO



- Add all ingredients into bowl and mix together until it forms a smooth batter

-Heat a greased frying pan on medium heat and pour about 2.5 inch puddle of batter

-Delicately flip the pancake once one side browns, repeat other side.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Dessert

50ml cup almond milk

1 scoop chocolate ISO Zero Carb Whey

2 tbsp. whole earth organic smooth peanut butter

1 handful dark chocolate chips



22g FATS

17g CHO

33g PRO



Add Muscle Tech iso whey and peanut butter into mixing bowl

Melt the ingredients either using microwave or hob

Then add in the milk, little by little until you get the desired texture required

Add chocolate chips (optional)

Place into freezer for 20-30 minutes until set


Protein Flapjack

120g oats

100g whole earth organic smooth peanut butter

2 scoops chocolate ISO Zero Carb Whey

100-125ml almond milk

15g acacia honey


1400kcal whole batch (serves 8-10 flapjacks)

60g FATS

95g CHO

90g PRO



- Place whey and oats into large bowl and mix together

- Add milk and peanut butter and mix together until evenly mixed

- Add honey and stir evenly through mixture

- Line a baking tray with grease proof paper and drizzle touch of coconut oil then spread mixture onto paper

- Place into fridge for 30 minutes

- Pre-heat oven to 190 degrees C (Gas mark 5)

- 10-12 minutes in oven – remove, slice and leave to cool


About the Author

Protein Yum was born from a desire to help the modern athlete enjoy the foods they would normally have to miss out on while training. Whatever you fancy we can help you make it, through this site you will be able to browse our delicious menus, download our cook books or watch some of our video tutorials and cook along with our Protein Yum Chefs.
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