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Protein Peanut Butter Cups

These are so good, it can’t be true. I think we finally got it right! The dessert for all my flexible dieters! Enjoy that #Gainz

 


by Law Payne, Author of How To Lose Weight Fast


 

Macronutrient breakdown (includes about 12 servings)

1 peanut butter cup: 124 calories, 8g fat, 8g carbs, 5g protein

 

So for starters guys, this has less than 22 grammes less sugar than your normal Reece’s Cup and is sweetened w stevia and natural raw honey.

Add in cacao (which is packed full of flavour, which helps your cells repair damage caused by the toxins in food and the environment), and all-natural protein powder and you have all the ingredients of a dessert so good that you’ll still have trouble believing it’s OK to eat.

Ingredients

Chocolate outside

  • 1/2c Stevia-sweetened chocolate chips*
  • 4 Tbsp. melted extra virgin coconut oil (extra virgin is a MUST–unless you hate the taste of coconut!)
  • 1/8c cacao powder
  • 1/8c coconut oil
  • Dash of cinnamon
  • Pinch of Himalayan sea salt

Protein peanut butter inside

  • 1/8c peanut butter powder
  • 2 tbsp. unsweetened vanilla or plain almond milk
  • 1/3c all-natural creamy peanut butter (we used this one)
  • 1 tsp. raw unfiltered honey
  • 1 tsp. stevia powder
  • 5 drops of Sweet Leaf Stevia drops from whole foods
  • 1 scoop of Stripped Nutrition protein powder, add 1 tbsp. of almond milk to keep mixture easy enough to stir)

**I recommend using vanilla protein from stripped nutrition since it’s a Grass Fed Organic Whey Isolate and has no artificial flavouring or dyes.

 

How To?

Stir everything up and pour into 6-7 silicon cupcake liners (or 6-7 full-sized muffin tins). Place in the freezer for about 15-25 minutes. DONE!

Note: Keep these in the freezer when you’re not eating them. They tend to melt fast!