Protein Pudding, you say?

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by LCDforMe, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. LCDforMe

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    Well today I was sitting there looking at my Optimal Nutrition 100 Whey Protein container when I began to realize how I was getting sick of that plain milk and chocolate protein powder flavor. As I plan to get vanilla next time so I can mix it with strawberries or other fruits to make differnt flavors, I realized I should make the best of this chocolate.

    I was digging through the pantry and I came along some Sugar Free instant pudding. Well, I threw a little of that powder into the blender, some milk, and my scoop of protein. As the blender worked its magic, I stared in amazement. I poured it into a glass, set it in the fridge to let it settle.

    I awaited 5 or 10 minutes anxiously, as I was getting excited to try it. As I pulled it out of the fridge...well...I dropped the fucking thing. My dreams were shattered. I scooped up what was left, threw it in the sink and proceeded to start over.

    Anyway, it turned out great. Pour a little no sugar instand pudding powder into the blender, milk, your protein powder and let it settle. It makes a thicker, almost pudding style protein drink. Very good.

    God damn slippery cups.
     
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    Madmick Freedom!!! Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    Thanks for the recipe. I'll try it.
     
  3. PIT FIGHTER

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    "Protein Pudding" is also now sold at health food stores. It is pretty new, I remember seeing ads for it in mags a few months before summer, and seeing the product in stores throught july
     
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    Instone (sylvester stallones company) makes protein pudding. Though making my own sounds pretty good right about now. Thanks for the idea LCD
     
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    I was unaware that other companies had come up with the idea let alone started selling it so much. I don't feel too original anymore. If I think up anything else good, I'll post it.
     
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    Madmick Freedom!!! Staff Member Senior Moderator

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    It's probably ridiculously overpriced. I'll make my own, LCD-styles.
     
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    I agree. I want to make my own
     
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    MetRx has had a recipe for making protein pudding since at least 1995. It's one of the recipes in that little booklet they give you everytime you buy their stuff.
     
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    Sweet, nice recipe.

    Come to think of it...Protein Pudding kinda sounds like a gay porno.
     
  10. BackBrainKick

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    pudding sounds good...I like to add a cup of yogurt w/fruit to my protein shakes...makes 'em taste a hell of a lot better
     

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