Your essential protein cookie

Munk Pack Protein cookies are a perfect on-the-go or post-workout snack that helps keep you full, provides nutrients you need, and also lets you enjoy a sweet treat without feeling the guilt


Life get's busy as a martial artist and sometimes its hard to get all the important nutrients our body needs for optimal health. We recently tried a brand called Munk Pack and they offer protein cookies and keto bars in a variety of flavors, all of which we tried so far are delicious and don't have that "cardboard" taste.

Munk Pack cookies are large and thick and they're seriously high in calories, but that's the point. Each Munk Pack cookie packs 360 calories. As for the protein? They have 18 grams each — that's approximately 22% of the daily protein needs for the average person based on a 2,000 calorie per day diet.

A single cookie also has 21% of your daily needed fiber and carbs, there are 12% of those too, which is impressively low given the other stats.

I've eaten these cookies after workouts, before workouts, and during workouts, that's how delicious they are! Our personal favorite is the Double Dark Chocolate.

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