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Chocolate Protein PB Soufflé Recipe

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The new cookbook has been a gigantic success. The most requested recipe seems to be one of my personal favorites from the Protein Powder Cookbook. It is super easy to make. Let me know what you think! If you like this and want more, you can get the cookbook here. To answer a few questions:

1. You can use extra peanut butter if you don’t have PB2. Adjust the calories accordingly.
2. You can use regular, skim, or soy milk. Again, adjust the calories.

Ingredients in Grams/Ounces:
30 g Chocolate Protein Powder (30 g is 110-130 calories)
20 g PB2
10 g Cocoa Powder
1 packet of Stevia (or any sweetener of your choice, make sure to adjust the calories accordingly)
10 g Peanut Butter
3 fl oz Original Almond Milk, Unsweetened

Ingredients in Cups/Spoons:
1 scoop Chocolate Protein Powder (1 scoop is 110-130 calories)
1-3/4 tbsp PB2
2 tbsp Cocoa Powder
1 packet of Stevia (or any sweetener of your choice, make sure to adjust the calories accordingly)
2/3 tbsp Peanut Butter
6 tbsp Original Almond Milk, Unsweetened

Directions:
1. Put all dry items in a mixing bowl and mix together.
2. Add the peanut butter and milk.
3. Whisk all items together until completely mixed. There should be no lumps of powder or peanut butter. If needed, add small drops of extra milk for thicker peanut butters.
4. Pour mixture in a soufflé dish.
5. Place dish in the microwave and heat for 30 seconds. Remove the dish and and stir the cooked area around the outside toward the middle allowing the remaining mass of liquid to hit the outside edge.
6. Heat for 15-20 seconds more, repeat the same step of stirring the outer cooked layer inside. If still liquidy after the first time, heat for 20 seconds. If there were some firm spots, stick to 15.
7. Allow it to sit for 1 minute. Then run a butter knife around the edge of the dish, turn the dish over onto a plate, and like that, you have a beautiful, soft, melt in your mouth protein soufflé.

Yields 1 Serving

Serving: Calories- 348.94, Protein- 36.58 g, Fat- 13.38 g, Carbs- 20.55 g, Fiber- 4.13 g, Sodium- 301.66 mg

For more recipes, please check out the Protein Powder Cookbook.


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