Oh yeah, I do that sort of thing all the time. Even this morning I mixed my own drained yogurt (same as Greek but better) with some coconut milk, tahini, and some chopped nuts. I have, in the past mixed in protein powders and, you are right, it's tasty but I just don't do protein powders much any more. My concoction probably would have tasted even better with a little of that but I didn't think about it this time. I added 4 drops of liquid stevia extract for sweetness.
You can make excellent "cookie" balls using coconut oil, nut butter, protein powder, chopped nuts (or granola, or rolled oats, or shredded coconut, or all four)
Thanks for bringing this up. On the "Clean Eating and Recipes" team there are recipes for these kinds of things in the team cookbook. recipes.sparkpeople.com/cookbooks.asp?cook
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