CW from Texas took a recipe for "blender made ice cream" from the blendtec.com website and asked us if we could convert it into protein ice cream. Let me tell you... it was GOOD! We modified the original recipe, because we love chocolate, but I imagine this could be modified in several different ways.Blend, blend, blend. This one takes a little work sometimes. You may have to stop blending in the middle and shake the blender jar around and start blending again. Make sure ice goes in last and it should turn out pretty good. Here's how we did ours.
Chocolate pudding mix/Any flavor of your choice
2 Cup (32 tbs)
48 Gram (Homemade protein powder used - 2 scoops (24 g per scoop))
1. In a blender, add the non-dairy creamer, chocolate pudding mix (use a flavor of your choice), protein powder and ice cubes. Blend until smooth.
2. Pour the thick and smooth mixture into ramekins and refrigerate overnight (for about 8 hours).
3. Serve chilled.
Things You Will Need
2. Ramekins - for refrigerating and serving
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