7 Ninja Creami Protein Recipes Under 150 Calories


Here are 7 Creami protein recipes that are all under 150 calories! Enjoy ice cream that is low calorie, high protein, and easy to make!!

What is your food weakness? Ice cream is definitely mine! I have to be careful how often I buy it, because I struggle to practice portion control with ice cream.

But, that is exactly why I am SO excited about all the Ninja Creami recipes I have been seeing everywhere. The fact that I could eat a pint for under 300 calories!? Now I probably won’t be eating a pint of protein ice cream all that often, but it is nice that there’s the option haha.

So, if you’re an ice cream lover like me that wants to enjoy a creamy, frozen dessert without all the calories, then check out these 7 Pinterest recipes!

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Note: A lot of the Creami protein recipes I found use protein drinks such as Fairlife and Premier protein. But, don’t worry if you don’t have those things.

You can always substitute with a cup of Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Breeze milk (30 cal per cup) and half a scoop of your favorite protein powder. For example half a scoop of Optimum Nutrition would be 60 calories and have 12g protein. Just know that the flavor, consistency and nutrition will be slightly different!

Creami Protein Recipes

  1. Vanilla Protein Ice Cream – Vanilla is a nice basic. It’s great on its own OR with low calorie mix ins. Some of my favorite low calorie flavorings you could try are sugar free Jell-o, Walden Farms sugar free caramel dip, sugar free pudding mix,

Serving size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) –> 90 calories, 15g protein, and 2 WW points

  1. Chocolate Protein Ice cream – I happen to love rich desserts, so anything with chocolate is a win for me. And the fact that I could have a cup of ice cream for only 75 calories with this Creami protein recipe is unreal!

Serving Size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) –> 75 calories, 2g fat, 2.5g carbs, and 15g protein

3. Strawberry Protein Ice Cream – While I love anything chocolate, I also love most fruit flavored things as well. I love how this recipe incorporates real strawberries to get you a refreshing, authentic flavor.

Serving Size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) –> 101 calories, 1.4g fat, 7g carbs, 15g protein

4. Mint Chocolate Chip – Look at that silky smooth green color! I’ve never been a huge mint chocolate chip girly, but I might just have to try this recipe.

Serving size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) 110 calories and 5WW personal points

5. Salted Caramel – Since I use sugar free Jell-o a lot to make things like this white chocolate mousse or this raspberry dessert, I got really excited to see it in some of these ice cream recipes! The instant pudding pix definitely helps create a thick, creamy texture in the other recipes, so I’m sure it would be similar here.

Serving size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) –> 85 calories, 1.2g fat, 4g carbs, and 15g protein

6. Peanut Butter Caramel Crunch – Most of the previous recipes were pretty basic flavors, but this recipe is evidence that you can still create fun flavors and get a low calorie result. If you’re ok with slightly higher calories, try adding in fun mix ins to your protein ice cream.

Serving size: 1 cup (or 1/2 the recipe) –> 141 calories and 5 WW points

7. Cookies and Cream – Cookies and cream is a well loved flavor of all ages. This recipes helps you lower the calories while enjoying a tried and true dessert.

Serving size: 1 cup (or half the recipe) –> 144 calories, 10g fat, 6g carbs, and 6g protein

All in all, it seems like there are some pretty great recipes coming out for Creami protein ice cream. So, if you have a Creami machine, try one of these out.

And if you want more exotic flavors, try looking at Chef Allie’s Kitchen. She’s made a ton of flavors. However, for this post, I chose to focus on more common, highly searched flavors!

Hopefully this post was helpful. Let me know which flavors you try, and what you think of them!

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