Fudgy STUFT Protein Cookie Dough

 

Yesterday was Mom’s birthday. I meant to do a really great post for her, but to be honest I’m still recovering from my night with a mere 2 1/2 hours of sleep I pulled to get those taxes done Wednesday. Ugh. So not good. So not living by example on that one. Maybe it was good training for the NUUN relay team though in case they choose me. Ha.

We’re celebrating this wonderful lady’s birthday this weekend. I’m usually in charge of desserts for our family parties, but since I’m off dairy and Judah can’t have gluten, I’m going to use this card this weekend.

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Ha ha ha.

Hope you don’t only like “pies”, but hope you like big bowls of fudgy, protein cookie dough too.

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There’s a little part of me that wants to make a big version of this and bring it to the party, but I’m not sure that will go over that well with the rest of the family.

I have faith that it will go over well here though.

This has been my newest obsession as of late. This protein dough has evolved over the past few months when I first created it. It started with protein cookie dough, then turned into a STUFT protein cookie, then became a pumpkin protein dough (with a pumped up protein dough video) and now this.

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Looking at this picture makes me want some right now.

You too, right?

Well, here’s the recipe. It takes about 5 minutes to put together and depending on how patient you are and/or how you like your “dough”, a little time in the fridge or freezer to chill.

Fudgy Protein Cookie Dough

Fudgy Protein Cookie Dough

serves one

1/2 cup pumpkin

1/2 scoop protein powder (10-15 grams)

2 tablespoons PB2 (12 grams) *substitutions below

2 tablespoons cocoa powder (I use my favorite cocoa powder)

2 sweetener servings (I used 8 drops of vanilla stevia and a packet of Splenda)

splash of vanilla

1/4 cup oats

1/2 cup brown rice cereal

 

(*if you don’t have PB2, you can double the amount of protein powder)

 

Directions:

Mix all ingredients in a bowl except for brown rice cereal.

Stir in brown rice cereal.

Eat straight from the bowl, or if you can wait, cover and chill in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.

 

Here’s a quick look at the steps.

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It’s best topped with some good nut butter like Nuttzo.

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Or piled in an almost empty jar of nut butter (White Chocolate Wonderful by Peanut Butter Co. is a dream come true).

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So…..

Mom

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Grandma D.

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You are not only my cheerleader for every race, but

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my hero, best friend, partner in crime (sometimes not by choice), fellow Kenny Loggins and Kelly Clarkson fan, the one who can laugh with me about anything, an amazing woman of God,

and

my daily inspiration to be a better wife, mother and friend.

YOU have picked me up and dusted me off more times that I can even count.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

I LOVE YOU!

This fudge is for you!

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Comments

  1. 1

    Happy Birthday to your mom – and I want that bowl of goodness now. You’ll be happy to know I have a jumbo size order of PB2 on the way ;-)

  2. 2

    That card just made me snort my coffee! Who is that by??? I need it for my own mom. :)

    Happy Birthday to youe mamma! I’m sure she’s loving this sweet post!

  3. 3

    ahh i’ve eagerly been awaiting this recipe!! looks fantastic as usual! can’t wait to make it soon (most likely at some point today). and anything topped with nut butter is better. :)

  4. 4

    Happy Birthday to your Mom! If she doesn’t want her bowl of fudginess, I’ll take it. And yes I’ll have 2 scoops of nut butter, please!

  5. 5
    Brandi says:

    Holy cow I can’t wait to make this!! :)

  6. 6

    Aw, Happy Birthday to STUFTmama’s MAMA!

  7. 7

    Looks SO good! You better believe I will be trying this. Anything involving fudge, count me in. :) Happy Birthday to your mom! Hope you all have a fun weekend together!

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    randi says:

    oh my gosh i cannot wait to make this…could this take over my weekend staple dessert of your stuft fro-yo?! question – do you put the PB2 in dry? or mix it with water first?…yum

  9. 9

    Happy birthday to your Mom!! And looks like another fun fudgy recipe – I can’t wait to give it a try! :)

  10. 10

    love the photo of you and your mom! hope she has a wonderful birthday!!

    and this recipe sounds wonderful!!

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    Lisa says:

    I have been so excited for this recipe! Oh my, it looks as good as ever! Love it! And happy birthday to your mom, hope she has an amazing birthday!! And hope you have a great Friday!

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    Bridget says:

    Happy Birthday Amazing Grandma D!

  13. 13

    LOL! I love that card!!!! Happy Birthday to your Mom!

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    randi says:

    yup this was some serious fudge-y goodness that i topped with cool whip…oh yeah! thnx for the recipe!

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    Jeni says:

    Love this recipe! I’ve had it twice this week. Helps curb my sweet craving and gives me something to look forward to after a workout. Thanks for sharing it. It is totally worth 7 WW points to eat it all by myself LOL. And that White Chocolate Wondeful is my major downfall. It’s heaven. Straight out of the jar with a spoon….. Not on my WW plan!

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    Elle says:

    Hhappy Birthday to your Mother ! I hope she likes your fudge…

    And sorry, but I cannot find the * PB2 substitutions on this post…

  17. 17

    That cookie dough sounds like the best idea ever. Like seriously. I’m making it as soon as I get some PB2!

  18. 18

    Do you have a substitute for the brown rice cereal? Could I use Rice Krispies?? Just trying to use what I have on hand!

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    Bethany K. says:

    I finally got all the right ingredients to make this, and oh my. This is good stuff!

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    s says:

    i made this with regular pb and kashi and it was awesome! i just ordered some pb2 to try that out too :)

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    Sarah says:

    Wow, this must be soooo good! What are the substitions for PB2? I think they’re missing in the post or did I overlook them :D ?

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    april says:

    Um yes, this is heavenly. I do it with all casein powder and oh my goodness, so thick and delicious! Thank you!!

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