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How To Make Protein Fluff (a healthy snack)

18 Apr

I am frequently seeking swift ways to prepare low calorie dishes that actually taste good. And since I’m not so good in the kitchen, I usually fail miserably (even if the recipe is very easy-to-follow). That’s why I was so excited when I read about an easy-to-make snack that promotes weight reduction and muscle growth. Appears too good to be true? Well, that was my initial thought when I read about the delicious snack, protein fluff.

What’s protein fluff?

Protein fluff is a light, airy mix of protein powder and a few other ingredients such as milk or fruit. It is made by blending the ingredients together and then letting the combination sit. I initially found out about it on leangains.com and after tasting it I couldn’t comprehend why it wasn’t more popular.

Although there are many variations of the treat, there is really only one type of protein powder you should use.

Casein protein powder: The basis of protein fluff

It’s essential to use casein protein powder if you want to achieve a flawless texture. Casein proteins actually thicken in your gut so food digestion takes much even longer. It might be possible to use a different type of powder, but casein undoubtedly creates the most thick and creamy fluff.

Protein fluff recipes

Below is the protein fluff recipe that I’ve been enjoying (it was initially featured on LeanGains).

Ingredients:

– 40 g of Casein Protein Powder

– About 200 g of mashed up fruit (my favorite is strawberries or blueberries)

– 2 oz of fat-free or skim milk

1. Mix all of the ingredients in a dish

Just put all the ingredients posted above in a mixing bowl and stir for several minutes.

2. Use a mixer/blender on the strongest setting for 5 minutes

I have had luck using both a mixer and blender.

3. Let it stand for about 10 minutes

This is when it’ll start to puff out and look extremely fluffy.

Using Protein Fluff To Get A Better Body

If you’re looking to gain muscle it’s best to eat the protein fluff right before you go to bed. Not only does it make a great late night snack, the casein will slowly break down while your sleeping.

If you’re trying to use protein fluff to slim down then you should replace your breakfast with one serving. A typical serving fills you up and is only 200 calories.

In Conclusion:

Protein fluff is a awesome way to cut your daily calorie intake without sacrificing flavor and taste. It is perfect for anyone that wants healthy choices for their morning meal or other meals.

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