This delicious chocolate peanut butter protein fluff is so good, you’ll think you are cheating on your diet! It’s simply made with protein powder, peanut butter powder, almond milk, xantham gum, sugar free pudding mix, and sugar free chocolate chips.Jump to Recipe
Oh, you know how I am…. reaching my protein goals with DESSERT!
This peanut butter fluff has 230 calories, 25 grams protein, 20 g carbs, and 9 grams fat!
Protein pudding or protein fluff is a great way to use protein powder if you don’t love protein shakes. I like protein shakes, but I prefer eating calories to drinking, and fluff or pudding makes me fill like I’m eating more food, and it takes longer to eat.
I can’t believe I haven’t shared more of my protein fluff recipes. It looks I’ve only shared this strawberry protein fluff, but I have so many more!
But, until I get those all put together, My recipe for 1 serving included:
- almond milk, the vanilla unsweetened kind that’s only 30 calories per cup.
- vanilla protein powder- I like the Optimum Nutrition vanilla or the CSE brand.
- Xantham gum- this thickens up the pudding/fluff. You can defintely leave it out, but leaving it in will get you a thicker end product.
- Vanilla sugar free pudding mix- also optional but this makes it so creamy.
- Peanut butter powder, so you get the peanut butter flavor, without the calories.
- Sugar free milk chocolate chips (I like the Lily’s milk chocolate.)
And then optional, but HIGHLY encouraged…..
The only thing to really keep in mind here, is if you are using the Xantham gum, you’ll want to use a food processor. A blender just doesn’t get it thick and creamy the way it can with a food processor. The blender generally needs more liquid, but the food processor does a great job with less liquid.
You Need This Protein Treat in Your Life!
So, get started and let me know what you think!
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Tasty Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Fluff
- food processor
- 1 tablespoon whipped cream
- Blend almond milk, protein powder, xantham gum, pudding mix and peanut butter powder in a food processor. This does not get thick enough in my opinion by using a blender. So, use a food processor. Blend for 3-5 minutes, or until thick.
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