VIDEO: ‘Mind Over Munch’ Reveals A Chocolate Banana Protein Pudding
By Space Coast Daily // July 19, 2016
HOSTED BY ALYSSIA SHEIKH
ABOVE VIDEO: I’ve teamed up with Premier Protein to bring you this amazing Chocolate Banana Protein Pudding! We’re using some fun ingredients to make a delicious and a nutritious treat!
☀ RECIPE ☀
1 Premier Protein Chocolate Shake
1 14oz package tofu
6 oz Greek yogurt
3 Tbsp chia powder
1/4 cup cocoa powder
Press tofu between paper towels and under weight for at least one hour to remove moisture.
Blend all ingredients in the food processor, reserving 1/2 banana. Process until silky smooth.
Transfer mixture into a jar or container and refrigerate for a few hours, until thickened.
Layer with remaining banana half into a small jar or serving dish.
Enjoy as is or with a dollop of coconut whipped cream!
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