Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Nutella Protein Fudge


These taste so much like Nutella or a Ferrero Rocher! 



Ingredients

Makes 9 cups



3 tablespoons natural hazelnut butter
2 tablespoons coconut oil
1 tablespoon honey
30g chocolate whey protein
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
1 teaspoon sweetener

1: Melt the hazelnut butter, honey and coconut oil in the microwave for around 30 seconds.

2: Add the other ingredients, pour the mix evenly into small cups, I used a silicone mini cupcake pan and it made 8 mini cups, put them in the freezer until they are set.

3: You can store these in the freezer and bring out 5 minutes before eating.

83 calories per cup | 6.5g fat | 3.2g sat fat | 1.8g carbs | 3.8g protein.





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3 comments:

  1. These look delicious! Can you do a post about whey protein/why you use it/where you buy it etc? I'm really intrigued but have no idea where to start!
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    1. Thank you they are so good! Whey protein is great, not only can it be used as a shake but I use it in cooking ALOT in pancakes, cupcakes, muffins, fudge everything lol I follow quite high protein diet so it's great for me to get extra protein without having to eat a lot more food :-) xx

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  2. Whey protein powder is sold in wellbeing nourishment and vitamin stores and it's additionally accessible as an extra at most smoothie bars. Whey can be isolated from drain or collected amid cheddar generation, yet it's low in lactose, which implies it might work fine notwithstanding for individuals who are lactose-narrow minded. The normal lady can securely expend 40 to 60 grams of the stuff every day, going for close to 20 grams at once, Arciero suggests.
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