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Ask The Protein Powder Chef: Can You Teach Me How To Make Protein Fudge?

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Do you know how to make protein fudge? And if you do, can you please shout the recipe from the rooftops?

I do indeed know how to make protein fudge! Follow this recipe and you'll end up with smooth, soft, peanut-buttery, melt-in-your-mouth bites of delicious protein-powered goodness.

  1. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl until you form soft dough.
  2. Press dough evenly into a small brownie pan.
  3. Stick the pan in the fridge for a couple of hours or in the freezer for 30-45 minutes or until dough is firm.
  4. Once dough is firm, cut it into 18 squares.
  5. You can keep the fudge in squares and enjoy them as they are. If you'd like to try something else, roll each square into truffles.
  6. If you roll the fudge, dip them in melted dark chocolate and then transfer them back to the freezer for another 30-45 minutes.
  7. Once the chocolate is hardened, take them out and eat up!
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size (1 square)
Amount per serving
Calories 79
Total Fat 3.4 g
Total Carb 3.9 g
Protein 7.1 g

Protein Fudge PDF (98 KB)

Fudge Improvements

Consider adding some actual nuts, chocolate chips, or freeze-dried banana chunks to your fudge. Any or all of these additions will bring a little crunch to your fudge. Also, play around with your nut butters. Try using almond instead of peanut butter, or combine the two.

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