Protein pudding – vegan and healthy
When it comes to pudding, I’ve always been at the front of the line. It is one of my absolute favorite desserts. What I especially love about it, it’s super quick, leaves a lot of artistic design freedom and it can be a super tasty post-workout snack like this one with extra protein. I find it’s always worth it to make a vegan protein pudding in advance and then chill it in the fridge. Pudding tastes so much better cold after all.
What do you like best?
Whether chocolate, caramel, almond or vanilla, you can go wild. Either choose your flavor directly using your protein powder, or just add an extra flavor.
My current favorite combination is Salted Caramel Maca* . For this, I use the protein powder from Vivo and add extra maca. Otherwise, I also like the classic, plain varieties like vanilla or almond. Then I use almond milk and 1 tsp almond flour. Whatever you choose, it will taste great.
Here’s how to make your vegan protein pudding
- Serves: 1
- Serving size: 1
- Calories: 253
- Fat: 6.1
- Carbohydrates: 21
- Sugar: 2
- Fiber: 3.9
- Protein: 26.5
- Healthy Protein Pudding - DIY
- 20 g protein powder of your choice (I use Salted Caramel or Vanilla)
- 20 g starch flour
- 350- 380 ml plant milk
- Optional: 1 tsp maca for caramel flavor, or chocolate if you choose a chocolate protein powder.
- Toppings: Vegan cream or Sky with vanilla protein powder.
- Dissolve the cornstarch together with the protein powder and a little of your milk (about 50ml) until well dissolved and there are no lumps.
- Bring the rest of the milk to a boil while stirring.
- As soon as the milk starts to boil on the stove, stir in your starch mix and bring to a boil briefly. Depending on your protein powder and your consistency, you can add a dash of plant milk. Your pudding will harden as it cools.
- Pour into 2 glasses or bowls and let cool.
It’s slowly getting closer to the colder season here in Germany. In winter I like chai and cardamom flavors in my pudding. I usually use spices for that. Chocolate is of course also an absolute classic and works especially well in winter. Chocolate pudding can also be great to serve when you’re having dinner with friends and family, for example. Then simply decorate extensively with sprinkles, berries or chocolate and ready is the perfect winter dessert.
Have fun with your vegan protein pudding, which is not only healthy, but also delicious.