Fast protein power pudding to add to your day!

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You find yourself in the daily grind and short on time, yet you don’t want to make that wrong turn on your path to results, that’s where this protein power pudding comes in handy! It’s literally one of the fastest recipes and can be made on the run when your in a hurry with the simplicity of the main ingredients, or decked out for some chill time at home.

This is really great when you make it in a large batch and allow for additional chilling time in the fridge, or you can put a little in the freezer for more of the “soft serve” ice cream effect. This pudding is a great option for night time protein as milk protein is slow digesting and will help feed those muscles while you rest.

  • 1 cup fat free plain Greek yogurt (I love Fage,¬†Chobani¬†or Kirkland brands)
  • 1/2 to 1 scoop OUTLAW chocolate protein powder (depending on how much protein you want!)
  • 1 Tablespoon natural peanut butter (optional)
  • 1 Tablespoon baking Stevia
  • 1 Tablespoon cocoa
  • 1-2 Tablespoons of milk, depending on the consistency you want.

One of my favorite modifications to this recipe is rather than adding any of the chocolate, peanut putter, cocoa, or milk, I love to use Smuckers no sugar added preserves which are high in fiber and sweetened with Splenda and come in many different options so you can make any type of fruit filled yogurt without all the wreckless sugar!

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2 Comments

  1. Robert Vincelette July 8, 2017 Reply

    I don’t care for the artificial splenda in Smucker’s, a typical big corporation that cannot be trusted for the same reason Nabisco, Kellogg, Nestle, General Mills, and McDonals’s cannot be trusted to sell anything I want in my body.

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      Kevin Simmang July 10, 2017 Reply

      I can understand your concern, yet Sucralose(Splenda) is a by product of sugar. The same stigma is also associated with sugar alcohols, which people deem to be fake. When in all actuality sugar alcohols are natural, and yet don’t classify as a sugar due to their inability to be absorbed by the body.

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