Healthy Strawberry Protein Fluff
If you’re craving something sweet, filling, and delicious, you gotta make this 5-ingredient Strawberry Protein Fluff! It’s like ice cream and whipped cream combined, but totally guilt free coming in at just 65 calories per serving!
Oh, and it’s sugar free, low fat, and high protein too. One spoonful and you’d never believe it’s actually good for you. It’s so creamy, light, and airy. The strawberries add both sweetness and a bright flavor. And paired with protein powder and vanilla stevia extract, it has a “strawberries ‘n’ cream” flavor.
There’s nothin’ much better than a huge, voluminous batch of this Strawberry Protein Fluff.
It’s so fluffy and filling that it’s impossible to eat the whole thing in one sitting (unlike a pint of ice cream). But even if you refrigerate the leftovers for later, this will FOR SURE be gone by the end of the day. I like making this around brunch hour and slowly eat it all day. Because I’m the type of person who wanders to the fridge 17x an hour looking for snacks. I live that graze life.
Can you see the fluffiness? Your sweet tooth is really gonna enjoy this one 😉
Healthy Strawberry Protein Fluff
- 210g (2½ cups) Frozen Strawberries
- ½ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
- ½ tsp Vanilla Crème-Flavored Stevia Extract
- 30g (⅓ cup) Unflavored Casein Protein Powder
- ¾ tsp Xanthan Gum
- In a food processor, add the frozen strawberries, almond milk, and stevia extract. Puree until almost completely smooth.
- In a small bowl, whisk together the protein powder and xanthan gum. Dump this into the processor and blend again. After about 10 seconds, scrape down the sides of the processor to catch any powder that flung up, then blend again.
- Blend for ~1 full minute, or until the mixture doubles in volume and turns a nice pink color. Serve immediately.
Recipe adapted from this Blueberry Protein Fluff.
LOOK AT THAT NUTRITION LABEL! Only 65 calories, .5g of fat, and 5g carbs, plus 9g of protein and 2g of fiber… WINNING!
With love and good eats,
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Is the nutrition for the whole recipe. Or does it make multiple servings? Thank you!
The recipe yields 3 servings (the total yield is in the orange ribbon on the top of the recipe box) 🙂
I used to make protein fluff like this all the time, but peanut butter and chocolate were my favorite flavors instead of strawberry! I wish there was a vegan protein powder that had the same thickening properties as casein protein powder. Then I can make protein fluff like this!!
I feel like pea protein powder thickens ALMOST as much as casein protein, but I’m not sure if it would yield the same flavor and texture. Worth a shot though!! 🙂
Hey Cassie, check out veganbutlazy.com, she has a recipe for vegan protein fluff : )
Whey isolate won’t work instead will it…? 🙁
Haven’t tried it, I’ve only used casein, so I can’t be sure.
Do you have any experience with people who don’t tolerate milk but who could tolerate casein?
No. If you have questions about allergies, I’d recommend meeting up with a registered dietician to discuss the right options for you.
Would this work with whey isolate?
I haven’t tried it but feel free to test it out! 🙂
Is there another brand of Casein would you recommend? I live in Canada and cannot get the Naked Casein here. Also, is there any brand where I don’t have to purchase 5 lbs to begin with.
Naked Whey works really well! great recipe
Around how large is a serving? I know it says that it makes three servings, but how large is each serving?
Thank you so much,
It’s very voluminous, so I’d say about 1.5 cups per serving! 🙂