Almond Joy Protein Pudding Recipe (vegan*/no sugar added/high protein)

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Almond Joy Protein Pudding Recipe (vegan*/no sugar added/high protein)
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Absolutely love this vegan protein pudding recipe. Almond Joy Protein Pudding is a perfect way to get protein in during breakfast or as a snack! Especially after a nice workout!

Almond Joy Protein Pudding - vegan protein pudding recipe

Almond Joys used to be one of my favorite candy bars. Well, back in Poland we had Bounty bars which were pretty much Mounds. I loved them. So much. But then I discovered Almond Joy when I moved to the US and I loved those bars just as much. Something about the coconut and chocolate tasted so exotic and light, but yet so satisfyingly good. I loved this sweet combo.

Then I started eating cleanly and I dropped all candy bars. I haven’t had an Almond Joy in probably over a year. Sad. Thankfully, since becoming a clean eater, I have also become more creative in the culinary department. Since I have recreated numerous favorites into a healthy alternatives, such as my Reese’s overnight oats or my banana cream pie parfaits . I think it’s time to make more candy bars into healthy yummy alternatives. So here came the Almond Joy protein pudding.

I recently ran out of Jay Robb Egg White protein powder and I’ve gotten some new egg white protein powder to try out. I’m weary of trying out new products just like that but this one seemed like a good deal as well. MRM has all natural protein powders, including the egg white – which contain no artifical flavors, colors, or sweetners; and are free of any dairy products . “It offers a source of protein that is 100% derived from egg albumen. Produced from a superior extraction process, our egg white concentrate provides a foundation of essential amino acids that mixes easily and tastes better than traditional egg white proteins.” I tried the MRM Egg White protein powder in french vanilla flavor. This flavor packs only 120 calories per scoop and 24g protein and only 1.5g carbs. It is also sweetened with Stevia. I enjoyed this protein powder, it is actually very sweet – sweeter than Jay Robb’s as far as I recall. I haven’t tried it in a smoothie or shake yet, since I usually use my protein powders in more extravagant ways haha, but the flavor is very good. I’d recommend this product, especially since it’s cheaper than Jay Robb’s egg white protein in the same flavor!

I also got a shaker bottle from the company which is bigger than my regular one. Perfect actually, now I don’t have to go to the water fountain as often to refill it 🙂 I drink water like it’s my job!

So anyway, now forward to the recipe. You’re gonna like this one, readers. It actually tastes like an Almond Joy but you don’t have to feel guilty about eating it! Like, ever. Unless you eat 5 bowls of it, I guess. Haha.

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Nutritional stats (entire recipe, using kefir): 220 calories, 20g carbs, 5g fat, 22g protein

By the way, make sure you enter in my giveaway for some HIGH PROTEIN diet bars from CarbRite. Yumz!

Kammie wants to know:

  • Do you like Almond Joys?

  • Have you ever used coconut flour in this way?

Let me know in the comments below!

Disclaimer: I received the products free of charge from the company, I was not otherwise compensated. All opinions are my own.

10 Comments

  1. These looks amazing! I love the addition of coconut flour in the protein pudding! I am definitely going to try this! Anything with chocolate and coconut and I am in heaven!

  2. oh yum! Almond joys were one of my favorite candies as kid.

  3. Sounds amazing Kammie! I have never had an almond joy before, or even seen one, but anything that mixes chocolate, almond and coconut is okay by me!

    Thanks for submitting this to Healthy Vegan Friday!

  4. Im just coming to the end of my WHole30 and trying to decide what kind of protein powder I want to add back into my diet…Perhaps I’ll give this protein a try!

  5. Kammie, this looks amazing!!! I featured you on Amee’s Savory Dish today! 🙂

  6. yummmmm this sounds perfect! I never thought to add coconut flour to yogurt but it definitely sounds like a good idea – can’t wait to try this!

  7. WOW! What an amazing creation! And it’s healthy too – WOW again!

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