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    Protein Pudding


    I think I got this off of this site somewhere, but decided to repost in the Reciepe section.

    1 box of pudding mix (I use the cheap walmart $.50 box)
    3 scoops chocolate protein powder
    2 tbsp. peanut butter
    2 cups of milk

    mix togather with a mixer and chill.

    Should be around 800 calories, 81g protein, 81g carbs for the entire serving...makes about 21-22oz. of pudding.

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    damn i might actually make some of this tonight
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    I've always wanted to do this. How much of a difference does the PB make in the flavor?
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    tastes really good...kinda like reeses cups if you ask me...
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    Im definantly trying this.
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    I like to use casein for my protein pudding cause i get the f*cking munchies for sweets late at night...so i chow down some sugar free fat-free pudding, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarryOnTheChaos
    I like to use casein for my protein pudding cause i get the f*cking munchies for sweets late at night...so i chow down some sugar free fat-free pudding, lol.

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    Same recipe as above?
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    bump to this.....use sugar-fee and fat-free pudding. no need to for extra useless simple sugar. however, i put 6 scoops of ON 100% chocolate with 2% milk. the stuff is AWESOME!!!!

    something else you can try is fruity whey protein in simple gelatin (kind of like jello). i wouldnt use the actual jello as its loaded with sugar.
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    You guys are welcome.
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    Wow this stuff is really good, the PB def makes it taste like a reeses.
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    Wow, definately want to try this some time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by doggzj
    Wow, definately want to try this some time.
    It is very easy to make and you can adjust the contents quite easily to make it more specific to your caloric needs.
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    Add some fat free cottage cheese or regular cottage cheese for the bulkers!
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    PS--through in some tasteless physillium(spelling) fiber and some pecans on top and you got one hell of a meal..take it to work for that bust!
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    How much do you guys think you should make at a time or how long do you think it will stay good in the fridge??
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    I make one box of it last about 3 days for me.
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    1 box lasts anywhere from 1-2 days for me.
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    I used the same recipe as above except i do not use peanut butter...too much fat to intake right before sleep IMO

    I use the 1 box of pudding mix, 3 scoops of probolic SR or regular casein (chocolate of course) and I add an extra 1/2 cup of skim milk so the protein powder doesnt make it too thick and sticky.

    i think it almost tastes like brownie batter after chilling for a few hours in the fridge.

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    I actually looked over the nutritional values of the things I put into it and came up with some different numbers...although either are great for bulking. Here are those numbers:
    Calories: 1,254
    Protein: 90g
    Carbs: 137g
    Fat: 35g

    So, since I use about half of this per day (10-11oz. of the 20-22oz total) it would be:
    627 calories
    45g protein
    68.5g carbs
    17.5g fat

    Which isnt a bad start to breakfast....
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    Made the fat free/sugar free Jello today with only 2 scoops of protein powder just to see how it would turn out. It was pretty frickin good. Couldn't even taste the protein powder. I definately want to try it with maybe an extra scoop of protein and some PB.
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    I tried this out and it tastes awesome...good post!
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    Made some more, but with PB this time. Tastes even better.
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    Yeah that's one of my staple recipes

    I also like using Vanilla protein and pistachio/white chocolate/cheesecake pudding

    Also chocolate protein and butterscotch pudding is great
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    Are you guys using natty PB for this? It sounds awesome, and I can't wait to make it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HobbesAB
    Are you guys using natty PB for this? It sounds awesome, and I can't wait to make it.
    Homemade PB actually.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HobbesAB
    Are you guys using natty PB for this? It sounds awesome, and I can't wait to make it.
    I just use the regular old PB...I need the extra fat and calories...
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    Tried it with a slightly modified recipe. Part was from forgetfulness part from lack of available resources.

    2 scoops of ATW Chocolate Mint (should have been 3 but forgot; don't have chocolate powder)
    1 packet fat free sugar free chocolate pudding
    2 tsp peanut butter (should have been tbsp, but misread recipe)
    2 cups 2% milk

    It is awsome anyway. WAAAAAAY better than the pudding mix with just milk. Normally this pudding is too gel-like and not creamy enough. With the protein and the pb it becomes much creamier and the peanut butter tastes fantastic. The chocolate mint actually works really well in this combo surprisingly.


    Next batch I'll use 3 scoops of protein and 2-3 tbsp of peanut butter.
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    I ordered some chocolate whey this past weekend. I'll be feasting on protein pudding
    in a day or two

    So I won't have to do this later (and since I have the food labels next to me):

    3 scoops chocolate whey (330 cal, 3 g fat, 6 g CHO, 72 g Protein)
    1 box of SF/FF pudding (120 cals, 28 g CHO)
    2 tbsp PB (400 cals: 30 g fat, 16 g CHO, 4 g fiber, 14 g Protein)
    2 cups skim milk (180 cals: 26 g CHO, 16 g Protein)

    Total: 1030 calories, 33 g Fat, 76 g CHO, 102 g Protein
    Split in two: 515 cals, 16.5 g Fat, 38 g CHO, and 51 g Protein
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    What is CHO?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nullifidian
    What is CHO?
    Sorry. I picked the habit up a long time ago. in a nutshell, carbs, in their simplest forms, have the composition of Cn(H2O)n so CHO is shorthand for carbohydrate.
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    just tried the sugar-free chocolate with three scoops of choc syntrax matrix protein powder and all I have to say is that it tastes awesome. I'm usually a picky eater and I love the taste. This is great for late night munchies.
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    Jello


    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    Made the fat free/sugar free Jello today with only 2 scoops of protein powder just to see how it would turn out. It was pretty frickin good. Couldn't even taste the protein powder. I definately want to try it with maybe an extra scoop of protein and some PB.
    Did you really use jello? Or pudding mix? If you used jello instead, you are my new best friend... That would make little choclate jello blocks. Taste good?
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    um... jello makes pudding mix also.
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    Haha, sooo I've never made pudding before (im a college student) and I made it last night, threw it in the fridge and check on it this morning. When I put it in the fridge I put the top of the tupperware on it. I am guessing I shouldn't have done that haha. Its all liquidy still. It tasted really good though!

    Lets hope it solidifies while Im at class.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swoosh
    Haha, sooo I've never made pudding before (im a college student) and I made it last night, threw it in the fridge and check on it this morning. When I put it in the fridge I put the top of the tupperware on it. I am guessing I shouldn't have done that haha. Its all liquidy still. It tasted really good though!

    Lets hope it solidifies while Im at class.
    Sounds like you didn't mix it right. Instant pudding is usually already getting pretty solid before you even put it in the fridge, just from mixing thoroughly. It only takes like an hour, it that, to solidify completely.
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    I meant pudding. I did try some watermelon jello with some watermelon substance wpi and boy was that a mistake. No mixing occured whatsoever, so when I checked the container the next morning the protein had formed a cake like layer on top of the jello.
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    Man I love this stuff! I've been making it every three days for the past two weeks.
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    My god, what an awesome recipe. I read this last night, bought the mix today. I was occasionally getting the sweet tooth and I couldn't find anything decent to satisfy it. This does, and it is awesome.

    I used vanilla, mainly since I have protein powder already in that flavor. The peanut butter still when in, surprisingly good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshmallow man
    My god, what an awesome recipe. I read this last night, bought the mix today. I was occasionally getting the sweet tooth and I couldn't find anything decent to satisfy it. This does, and it is awesome.

    I used vanilla, mainly since I have protein powder already in that flavor. The peanut butter still when in, surprisingly good.

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    That's good to know. I also have a full 5 lbs tub of vanilla protine power.... Once the choc runs out.... I'll be trying it out for sure!
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    Ok, stupid question, but how are you guys actually MIXING this? With a blender? Or just with a spatula or something? Yes, sometimes I'm kitchen-challenged.
  

  
 

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