Recipe: Protein Pudding

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I’m a lover of dessert. I don’t think there’s one that I have tried that I didn’t like. There are some that I like more than others, usually things involving chocolate, frosting and maybe a little flaky; however, there needs to be some self control involved when trying to balance your daily diet.

I’ve searched Pinterest and Instagram. I’ve talked to fellow fit chicks about what they like to eat and what recipes they’ve cooked up. I’ve made protein yogurt before, but I had never really made a pudding. IMG_5077This was so simple and can be changed up to any flavor I figure I had to try making it. The worst thing would be that I wasn’t a fan and that I wouldn’t make it again, but this one is definitely a winner.

What You’ll Need

Sugar free, fat free instant pudding mix

Milk (I used unsweetened almond coconut blend)

Protein of your choice (I used Cellucor Whey S’mores)



  1. Follow directions on pudding mix box.
  2. Let sit for a few minutes to thicken up.
  3. Add two scoops of protein powder and mix in.
  4. Divide into package serving.

Mine mix made 5 servings at 1/2 cup each so I was able to use little jars for easy storage and transportation. Since I used almond coconut blend it was as thick as regular pudding, but still pretty firm. Using the S’mores protein was awesome and I definitely think using the Cookies and Cream or Cake Batter will be equally awesome.

The macros per serving are:

Calories: 94

Fat: 2g

Carbs: 9g

Fiber: 1g

Protein: 10.4g

I dressed up my portion last night with a serving of PB2 and Valentine’s Day sprinkles because why not, it fit! It was so tasty and great treat before bed. How many desserts can you say are actually good for you and taste good?



<3 Cristina

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