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more Banana Protein Fluff


This deserves an Ode. What a fantastic way to enjoy one’s whey protein! It is not only a blast to eat, it’s also pretty amusing to look at as you’re eating it. This one here turned out a lot fluffier than my original. It’s because I made it with less milk (coconut milk, the one you get from a carton though (i.e. not the canned version as this is considerably thicker)) and more banana (i.e. one whole frozen medium sliced banana – 100gs worth).

Before I knew it: WOWZA! One feels very odd eating it as it feels incredibly good and fluffy (it’s 100% like marshmallow fluff (I’ve never had marshmallow fluff but it looks like one can tell what it tastes like, no?)) yet it looks absurdly artificial and bizarre.

Ingredients:

1 banana
1 scoop unsweetened
whey
a tiny bit of coconut milk

Directions:

 I blended the banana to a pulp with 2 tbsp of the milk and then added 30g of unsweetened whey and whisked for a couple of minute.

Macros per Serving (out of 1):

200kcals
28g protein
23g carbo (2.6g carbs)
1g fat

PS – Here’s a fun idea: get a jar of Marshmallow Fluff and empty it. FILL it up with protein fluff a few minutes before you expect company. When they sit down, whip out the full jar and open it. “Do you want some?” inquire attentively. When they say no (because most people will), proceed to eat the whole thing in one sitting. The expression on their face as they watch you do this? Priceless.

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17 Replies to “more Banana Protein Fluff”

  1. I call this more of an ice cream as I like to use frozen berries, or even half eaten bits of my sons apples that he doesnt finish off.

    YUMMO

  2. Looks lovely and I tried it – tastes delicious! However, maybe I am doing something wrong but my amount was teeny. I had to add an extra 2 Tblspns of coconut milk for it to blend and even then I probably had only about 100ml-150 mls of mix..is that right?

  3. Did u look at the video from the previous fluff post? you don’t need lots of liquid really… did it fluff up? are you using enough whey????

  4. Hi Anna, I haven’t seen the previous video(where?), and I used 35 g of whey..any more than that and I would have had to add more coconut milk to blend it. Must say that the taste was great but disappointed in the quantity. Hard to dig it out of the bottom of the blender too:(

  5. It’s great and while it DOES look like marshmallow fluff, which I’ve had many times, it doesn’t taste anything like it. Marshmallow fluff is way sweeter and really sticky and has no banana flavor. I enjoy this even better – more filling and satisfying.

  6. Mmm…I tried this, only I used Allmax “chocolate peanut butter” protein – SO delicious!!!

  7. I’ve used frozen cooked sweet potato, frozen cooked carrots, and frozen cooked butternut squash. Any of them works 🙂