Chocolate Strawberry Protein Fluff

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Have you seen the “life changing protein fluff” recipe floating around the web? I’ve been seeing it over and over again and finally decided to try it out. My recipe was inspired and originated from this video on youtube.

What the heck is protein fluff?

During the holidays, do you ever go to parties where their is orem fluff, watergate salad, orange fluff…? It’s kind of like that but colder, a tad bit foamier depending on the protein powder you choose, and so much better for you.

Yesterday, I made a smaller batch and went with the chocolate strawberry flavor instead of the vanilla strawberry.

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You will need: 1/4 cup chocolate whey protein powder (or vanilla or any flavor you prefer), 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries, 1 1/4 cups of unsweetened almond milk.

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My cups were heaping for the strawberries. Dump them into the mixer.

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Add the almond milk. Make sure most of them are covered.

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Also, my 1/4 cup was heaping. I used Tera’s Whey chocolate protein powder.

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Once all the ingredients are aded to the bowl, slowy mix them together.

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Gradually increase the speed until it’s on max speed and whip for a good 4-5 minutes.

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The texture was very fluffy but a little foamy.

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Makes 6 servings (1 cup per serving) Nutrition Per Serving:

128 Calories, 9 g carbohydrates, 2 g fat, 22 g protein, 3 g fiber, 4 g sugar.

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This fluff is perfect for a hot day. It’s filling and ideal for a post workout treat or a late night dessert.

I love trying out new protein recipes. Leave one of your favorites in the comment section and I’ll give it a try!

Comments

  • Deborah A

    I made it in my food processor & it turned out great!!!!!!!

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  • Margaret

    Is there no place to print out this recipe without all the pictures to have it saved in my binder?

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  • vickie

    Should the frozen strawberries be thawed first? If they’re frozen will a mixer be able to break them up enough? I want to try this! Blueberries would be good too!

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  • Ariel

    would it work without the protein?

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    • Hamster

      Then it would be a strawberry smoothie.

      This sort of reminds me of a meringue. Only vegan.

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  • Linda @ Fit Fed and Happy

    So protein fluff is like bubbly latte except with protein in it, I assume?

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  • Ellie

    But I don’t standing mixer like that 🙁
    Can I make it in a blender? Or should I just come over to have some of yours 😀

    Reply to Ellie

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