I refuse to cook with straight-up whey or milk derived proteins - anything baked ends up rubbery and inedible. However, other proteins, Genus especially, lend itself very well to many recipes.
This is what I've been eating for breakfast recently. It's quick, easy, enjoyable, and I can eat it in class without mess.
1.5C Fresh Ground Flax Meal (I use my coffee grinder)
5 Scoops Lipotropic PB Protein
1.5 tsp Baking Powder
1 Tbsp Cinnamon
~1 tsp Stevia (play with this to suit your taste, different brands require different amounts)
5 Tbsp Peanut Butter
2 Tbsp Oil of your Choice (I've been melting EVCO)
2 C Frozen Blueberries
Edit: ~3/4 C Water
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix dry ingredients in a large bowl, crack in the eggs and add the PB and oil. With a spatula, turn the dough until it forms a dense ball, adding water until you get a nice thick consistency - now fold in the blueberries a bit at a time.
Line a square baking pan (~9"x9") with foil and spray with Pam. Spread dough (batter, whatever you want to call it) evenly over the surface. If you have some erythritol, sprinkle that over the top - it'll make a nice caramelized "icing" without adding any significant amount of calories or carbs (1-2g at most).
Bake for 15-30mins. Check on it every few minutes past the 15min mark, and remove from the oven once a knife inserted into the middle comes out clean.
Makes 6 bars, each with:
~10g Carb (+10g Fiber).
If 10g CHO is too much, just drop the blueberries - you then have a CKD friendly bar that easily satisfies a craving for "breads" without ruining the diet.