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Chocolate Protein Twinkies

Chocolate Protein Twinkies

Indulging in a delectable treat while still prioritizing your nutrition goals is a delightful balance to strike.

This Chocolate Protein Twinkie recipe offers a scrumptious twist on a classic favourite, providing a boost of protein without compromising on taste. Embrace the pleasure of a satisfying snack that aligns perfectly with your fitness journey.

Learn the recipe for Chocolate Protein Twinkies below…


170g cooked sweet potato
85g Total 0% Greek Yogurt
10g psyllium husks
155g liquid egg whites
22g cocoa powder
67g chocolate Vegan Protein
1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
1/2 teaspoon baking soda
20g vanilla Casein Protein
Coconut milk


1. Blend sweet potato, Greek yogurt, psyllium husks, egg whites, cocoa powder, vegan protein powder, cream of tartar, and baking soda.

2. Bake mixture at 170 Celsius for 20 minutes.

3. Mix vanilla casein powder with coconut milk until it’s creamy for the filling.

4. Use a chopstick to puncture the twinkie as pictured below and use a bag with a hole in it to fill it up with the filling.

Note: You could also use Whey Protein or even Pea Protein for the filling, however casein is fantastic for a job like this because of its smooth creaminess!

Macros per Serving (out of 7):

2g fat
5.8g carbs (3.4g fibre)
11.7g protein

It could be argued that these are the PERFECT (pre-bed, because of the casein?) snack, easy as they are to carry, low cal, high protein and so delicious!

Look through our Protein Cake Recipes for more ideas. Or, skip the baking altogether and buy this quick and easy Protein Mug Cake Mix.

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6 Replies to “Chocolate Protein Twinkies”

  1. This recipe is pure genius!

    Unfortunately, I just gave my ON vanilla casein to a friend b/c I was having trouble using it….now I want it back!

    Great recipe!

  2. Amazing, something originally considered the bumhole of junk-food, made into a high protein cake. Reposting this

    • Oh am sorry 🙁 Did you use ON vanilla casein? because I find it very sweet in itself? always try your batters before you cook them though, just to make sure stuff is as sweet as you like it (i have a taste for the darrrrrk side of chocolate so i think a lot of my stuff is more towards the not very sweet?)