Protein dessert

Protein diet desserts that will make you better and fitter

Many of us love sweets and often lose control while eating them. The best option is not to give them up but to replace them with a protein diet desserts, a much healthier version with less sugar, more protein, and healthy fats. Below we have listed many alternatives that you will surely enjoy without a guilty conscience.

Quark Cheese or Ricotta Cheese Dessert: Make a sweet dessert by mixing quark or ricotta cheese with vanilla extract and a little honey. Top it with fresh fruit or pieces of dark chocolate.

Greek Yogurt Parfait: Toss Greek yogurt with fresh berries, honey, and granola for a delicious, protein-rich dessert. Alternatives to Greek yogurt are “skyr” and cottage cheese.

Cottage cheese with fruit: Mix cottage cheese with chopped pineapple, peaches, or berries. The natural sweetness of the fruit complements the protein in this cheese.

Protein Bars: Numerous protein bars are available in the market with different flavors. Look for those lower in sugar and high in protein preferably over 50%.

Protein diet desserts: bars

Protein Smoothie: Blend your favorite protein powder with milk, a banana, and a tablespoon of nut butter for a creamy, sweet protein shake. If you avoid cow’s milk, you can use almond milk.

Protein Pancakes: Make pancakes using protein-rich ingredients like cottage cheese, Greek yogurt, or protein powder. You can see our recipe for protein pancakes here.

Chia Seed Pudding: Make a sweet chia seed pudding by mixing chia seeds with milk of your choice, protein powder of your choice, and natural sweeteners like honey (if you want less sugar and calories per serving, use liquid sweetener instead of honey)

Protein Ice Cream: Make protein ice cream by mixing protein powder with frozen bananas and almond milk.

Protein Cookies: Bake homemade cookies using protein powder, oatmeal, and nut butter. Sweeten them with natural sweeteners like honey. Since protein powders have sweeteners in them, honey may be overkill. It’s up to you to adjust to your taste.

Protein diet deserts: balls

Protein balls: Mix protein powder with nut butter and oatmeal, then roll into bite-sized balls.

These protein alternatives to sweets satisfy cravings, provide essential nutrients, and keep you feeling full thanks to protein and healthy fats. Take care of the portion size because our body can absorb up to 40g of protein per meal. If you are having a hard time getting in shape, download the Fitnesses app that takes care of your diet and workout routine.

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