ZONE DIET protein biscuits with peanuts and oats

Recipe Identity Card

  • 275 KCal Calories per serving
  • Easy difficulty
  • Doses for 4 people
  • Preparation 21 minutes
  • Low cost
  • Note 15 minutes for preparation; 5-6 minutes for cooking

Recipe Category: Sweets and Desserts / Diabetic Recipes / Light Diet Recipes / Functional Recipes / Protein Recipes / ZONE DIET protein biscuits with peanuts and oats


  • About 80 g of egg white
  • 40 g of peanuts
  • 50 g of rolled oats
  • 40 g of fructose
  • 10 g in inulina
  • 5 g of soy lecithin
  • 40 g of whey protein

Materials Needed

  • Electric beater for whipping egg whites
  • Pocket bag
  • Baking paper
  • Drip pan (baking tray)
  • Mixer blends everything
  • Wooden spoon or lollipop pots
  • Steel spoon


  1. First, prepare the oatmeal starting from the flakes: then put the oat flakes in the mixer and blend them finely.
  2. So prepare the peanuts: after shelling them, blend them in the mixer with the addition of a tablespoon of fructose.

Why add some fructose?
This is important to prevent the oil that comes out of dried fruit from creating a lumpy and compact mass.

  1. In an electric mixer, beat the two egg whites until stiff. Slowly add the fructose, lowering the speed of the machine to avoid removing the egg whites.
  2. Then remove the electric whips and slowly combine all the other ingredients, i.e. the oatmeal, finely chopped peanuts, whey proteins, inulin and lecithin. Stir with a wooden spoon from bottom to top.
  3. Prepare a dripping pan lined with baking paper.
  4. Transfer the frothy mixture obtained into a pastry bag and create many sticks about 8 cm long on the baking paper.
  5. Bake at 180 ° C for 5-6 minutes, preventing them from getting too brown. Before removing the biscuits from the plate, wait until they have cooled down.

Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

In the zone diet, every meal must always include all the nutrients (carbohydrates, fats and proteins), so that the total calorie intake taken from the diet should derive precisely from:
  1. 40% carbohydrates
  2. 30% protein
  3. 30% fat
Therefore, by taking nutrients in a proportionate and balanced way, we can reap extraordinary benefits because:
  1. The functions of the organism are monitored
  2. An excellent balance is achieved
  3. It is possible to determine the hormonal responses (because it is from the hormones that, according to Barry Sears, the creator of the zone diet, all the functions of the organism are controlled)
We remember that food is the most important and powerful natural medicine that man has available: so let's try to take advantage of the benefits that food offers us.

Nutritional values ​​and Health Comment on the recipe

This Zone diet biscuit recipe takes into account the well-known nutritional breakdown of: 40% Carbohydrates, 30% Proteins and 30% Lipids, coined and popularized by Barry Sears. However, although not included in the original Zone project, the peanut and oat biscuits integrate perfectly with the recent changes in the aforementioned eating style. Even as they contain complex carbohydrates, they respect all the general indications and the nutrient breakdown mentioned above. Each ZONE DIET protein biscuit with peanuts and oats weighs about 12,5g RAW and approximately 9,5g when cooked; based on what is mentioned in the famous food style, each biscuit represents about ½ block of the ZONE DIET, therefore, to obtain 1 BLOCK, 2 ZONE DIET protein biscuits with peanuts and oats are needed.

Nutritional values ​​(100 g)

  • Calories: 275 Kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 35.10 g
  • Protein: 18.00 g
  • Fat: 7.90 g
    • of which saturated: 1.30g
    • of which monounsaturated: 3.90g
    • of which polyunsaturated: 2.70 g
  • Cholesterol: 0.00 mg
  • Fiber: 4.00 g
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