This cake batter protein pudding, made with protein powder, sugar free pudding, cake batter flavoring, xantham gum, almond milk, and sprinkles is 26 grams of protein. And you can eat the entire bowl.
In an effort to get more protein in my diet, I’ve been getting pretty creative! I’m not a big fan of protein shakes, but I’ll drink them.
What I AM a big fan of though, is pudding! So, I’ve been adding xantham gum, sugar free pudding mix, and using less liquid, to turn a regular protein shake into a pudding.
And then, to make it even more delicious, I found cake batter flavoring at Walmart! (Amazon has it too, here). So, if all my fellow cake batter bowl lickers could raise their hands…. I know how you feel! And this protein pudding tastes like yellow cake batter to me!
The xantham gum is not cheap. The little bag of Bob’s Red Mill costs me about $10 at my local grocery store. But, it literally lasts forever. I only use a pinch or two at a time, and a little goes a long way. If you use too much, your pudding becomes a little plasticy…not in a good way. So, use with caution when making your protein pudding!
How to make the protein pudding:
So, for this, I used:
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
- 8 ounces almond milk
- 1/2 tsp cake batter extract
- 1 tablespoon sugar free vanilla pudding mix
- 1/4 teaspoon xantham gum
The calories and macros on this entire recipe of protein pudding came to 190 calories, 13 g Carbohydrates, 26 g Protein and 5 g fat.
Print the recipe here–>
Cake Batter Protein Pudding
- Blend all ingredients (except sprinkles) in a high powered blender. Blend for 2-4 minutes for full thickness!
- Pour into a bowl and sprinkle with sprinkles.
- Chill until ready to eat. The longer it's chilled, the thicker it will be.