Almond Joy Protein Pudding

There are a couple of go-to items that I reach for when it comes to ‘midnight’ or late night snacks. One of the old standbys has always been wheat toast with peanut butter sprinkled with ground flax seeds. I also have this with a cup of sleepy tea, and it has become a ritual for me as well as something that helps me relax from a long, hectic day.

Some of my other favorites include recipes floating around in the blog world like:


faux banana ‘ice cream’ (this is truly amazing; if you haven’t tried it GO NOW. I actually didn’t believe it would work until I tried)

Banana Ice Cream with One Ingredient

Source: Tastespotting

Peanut butter protein cheesecake from Dashing Dish (one of my favorite websites)


Peanut Butter Protein Cheesecake Mousse for One

Source: Dashing Dish

One minute chocolate cake in a mug <<< My favorite!!!!! I have perfected this recipe and it comes out with very little calories using applesauce for oil and coconut flour.

cake-forSource: Chocolate Covered Katie<<<<awesome website!

Tonight I whipped up a new recipe that I made up, and it ended up being delicious! I have been trying to cut back on calories by eating food that makes me feel full. I would rather have this filling protein before bed than carbs that my body won’t be burning off anytime soon. This is what I came up with:

Almond Joy Protein Pudding

serves 1/prep time 5 mins

Heaping 1/2 cup of non fat cottage cheese

1/2 scoop of chocolate protein powder

1 packet of stevia

1/2 tbsp coconut flakes

1/2 tbsp slivered almonds

A few chocolate chips!

Place the first three ingredients in the food processor until the cottage cheese becomes light and fluffy. Scoop out with a spatula and top with toppings!

If the cottage cheese grosses you out you could always use plain greek yogurt.

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You could also modify this recipe adding banana, peanut butter, or any other yummy toppings!


Question: What are your go-to midnight snacks? Any suggestions for low calorie options?


4 thoughts on “Almond Joy Protein Pudding

  1. powerpeanut

    If you don’t feel like processing your cottage cheese you can try whipped cottage cheese (my favorite). It has a ricotta like texture and is very creamy.

    I like to have this as a late night snack with 1/2 a scoop of chocolate casein. Add almond milk, stirring slowly. Continue adding until you get a pudding like texture.

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