A Delicious Twist To Your Whey Protein With These Easy Recipes!

You might be thinking “where can I find easy and quick dessert recipes for my sweet tooth?” Well, you’re in luck because we’ve got 2 amazing recipes that are made with chocolate whey protein. We all know that chocolate is delicious, but did you know it’s also a great source of antioxidants? If you want to indulge without feeling guilty about it, then these recipes are perfect as they are high in protein and very easy to make.

Chocolate Banana Protein Pudding:

Protein pudding  from the recipe decorated with a scoop of fat free yogurt and cherry with chocolate bits on the top!
Plated for decorative purpose!

This pudding is a delicious way to get some protein and hit that sweet tooth.

It’s made with four simple ingredients:

  • Overnight oats (1 cup pre-soaked)
  • Banana (1 piece)
  • Cocoa powder (1 tablespoon)
  • Chocolate whey protein (1 scoop)

After mixing the ingredients together in a large bowl or container, cover it tightly with plastic wrap or put it into an airtight jar for storage. If you want to make your dessert have more of a mousse consistency as opposed to being thick like traditional pudding, add water until desired thickness is reached; this will also help lower calories/carbs!

Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies:

Cookies made from the recipe.
Actual result may vary based on your toppings!

An almond butter cookie recipe to satisfy your sweet tooth! This recipe is the perfect dessert for those who don’t have a lot of time on their hands as it comes together in just minutes! The best part about this easy to make dessert is that there’s no baking required; all you need are a few ingredients and 20 minutes tops. They’re soft, moist, chewy – delicious ! Here is the recipe:


  • Almond Butter (2 tablespoons)
  • Blended Oats (1&1/2 cups)
  • Raw Honey (based on your preference)
  • Coconut Oil (to apply on the parchment paper)
  • Chocolate Whey Protein (2 scoops)
  • Sea Salt (optional)

Mix all of the dry ingredients together then add in the wet ingredients and knead it until it becomes a doughy batter. Add in any fillings you would like and use your hands to create small balls about an inch wide with this mixture. Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or wax paper for best results and bake at 350°F/177°C for 15 minutes or until they are starting to look golden brown around the edges but not burnt! Cool your cookies by letting them sit out overnight so that they can finish cooling down without getting too hard from being cold straight away after coming out of the oven.