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    Originally Posted by FameGirl View Post
    Actually if you use a protein blend (like ISS Micellular Matrix) instead of just whey, it comes out a lot more moist and fluffy.
    i dont have that kind. i have gnc chocolate whey isolate. is there anything i can to the mixture to make it more moist?

    also do you have any more recipes like this? cookies, other brownies, etc..?
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    Originally Posted by rude boy View Post
    i dont have that kind. i have gnc chocolate whey isolate. is there anything i can to the mixture to make it more moist?

    also do you have any more recipes like this? cookies, other brownies, etc..?
    You can try adding a small amount more water...another suggested glucomannan powder, you can find it at GNC or any other vitamin store.

    I havent tried this 1 yet, but it sounded interesting...guy posted it Anabolic Xtreme's site.

    Protein Pancakes
    Submitted by: bigdaddyweave


    Ingredients:

    2 Scoops Blueberry & Creme Musclemilk
    3 Egg Whites
    1/4 cup Water

    Directions:

    Combine all ingredients in large mixing bowl. Heat pan over medium heat. Spray with non-stick cooking spray (if not a teflon pan). Cook as you would normal pancakes.

    18g of fat, 41 grams of protein, 10g of carbs
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    Originally Posted by I_Shaw_I View Post
    Post a pic!!!!!

    thanks for the recipe
    same recipe but added some splenda. added almonds and topped it with natural peanut butter.
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    Originally Posted by joeflex73 View Post
    You can try adding a small amount more water...another suggested glucomannan powder, you can find it at GNC or any other vitamin store.

    I havent tried this 1 yet, but it sounded interesting...guy posted it Anabolic Xtreme's site.

    Protein Pancakes
    Submitted by: bigdaddyweave


    Ingredients:

    2 Scoops Blueberry & Creme Musclemilk
    3 Egg Whites
    1/4 cup Water

    Directions:

    Combine all ingredients in large mixing bowl. Heat pan over medium heat. Spray with non-stick cooking spray (if not a teflon pan). Cook as you would normal pancakes.

    18g of fat, 41 grams of protein, 10g of carbs

    That sounds pretty good I'm going to try that.
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    Just tried using the toaster oven instead of the microwave. It definitely helps the texture issues but isn't quite so instant (took about 15 minutes to cook)

    the recipe I used:
    1 scoop protein
    2 tbspn cocoa powder
    3 packs splenda
    1 tbspn pb
    heavy cream and some almond milk to get it wet enough to mix

    Here's a pic:
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    Originally Posted by jrbruin View Post
    Just tried using the toaster oven instead of the microwave. It definitely helps the texture issues but isn't quite so instant (took about 15 minutes to cook)

    the recipe I used:
    1 scoop protein
    2 tbspn cocoa powder
    3 packs splenda
    1 tbspn pb
    heavy cream and some almond milk to get it wet enough to mix
    jrbruin that looks great thanks for sharing.
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    Originally Posted by jrbruin View Post
    Just tried using the toaster oven instead of the microwave. It definitely helps the texture issues but isn't quite so instant (took about 15 minutes to cook)

    the recipe I used:
    1 scoop protein
    2 tbspn cocoa powder
    3 packs splenda
    1 tbspn pb
    heavy cream and some almond milk to get it wet enough to mix

    Here's a pic:

    wow

    how much almond milk\heavy cream? looks perfect...
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    can't say for sure, unfortunately that was the only thing I don't have a good measure on.

    Heavy cream was probably about 2-3 Tbsp
    Almond milk probably about a 1/3 C, but could have been less, I just poured some cream in and then used as much milk as it took to make a thick batter.

    It was really good, but still tasted like it was missing something.. not sure though, texture was perfect though, so I think I'm going to use this recipe as a base and work from there. The batter was delicious, so that's a start.
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    Originally Posted by jrbruin View Post
    Just tried using the toaster oven instead of the microwave. It definitely helps the texture issues but isn't quite so instant (took about 15 minutes to cook)

    the recipe I used:
    1 scoop protein
    2 tbspn cocoa powder
    3 packs splenda
    1 tbspn pb
    heavy cream and some almond milk to get it wet enough to mix

    Here's a pic:
    how do you cook this in a toaster oven?
    what did you put the recipe mixture onto?
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    hehe, love how that picture is getting posted over and over again
    I used the toaster oven as an oven, so if you don't have a toaster oven it'd be the same thing to just set your regular oven to 350-375F and cook it in there. As for time, I put it in for about 15 minutes, and used a toothpick to see if it was done. If the toothpick comes out clean or close to it, then it's done.

    As for what to cook it in, I have these little cookie tins that are perfect for a single serving. I got them from Bed bath and beyond a few years ago.

    Here's a link to the bigger ones, the one I used was I'd guess about 4".

    http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/prod...1&SKU=11118801
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    well i just did OP's recipe with 2 scoops of chocolate ON whey and 2 packets of stevia. i baked it in the oven for 375, but i think it might have been better if i just baked it 10 minutes. it came out dry, bland, and rubbery...so i tossed it. i'm gonna try jrbruin's recipe next.
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    Probably depends alot on what protein you use.. I don't have any ON right now, I'm using some Max Muscle stuff that my bro gave me.

    Anyhow, keep an eye on it when you're cooking it - once the top gets solid then start checking with a toothpick every few minutes. I pulled mine once the toothpick was mostly coming out clean, but it was still a little bit soft so I knew it'd be moist.
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    Crap.. I left out the baking powder when I wrote my recipe.
    I put in about 1 tsp.
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    actually i got a bit of a midnight sweet tooth last night and decided to try OP's recipe again, but a little modified.

    i used

    1 1/2 scoops ON whey
    2 tabelspoon's peanut butter
    1/2 cup water
    1 tbsp of chocolate jello-o sugar free pudding mix
    1/2 tsp baking powder

    i baked it at 365 for 10 minutes and it came out the exact same.
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    I read about your try and gave it one of my own.
    I re-tried my recipe and made a few changes for fun (and measured everything for repeatability):

    1 scoop chocolate whey
    2 tbs cocoa powder
    1 tsp baking powder
    3 packs of splenda (might try 4 next time)
    a half handful of walnuts
    2 Tbsp cream
    1/4 C unsweetened vanilla almond milk

    Baked in toaster oven at 350F for 8-10 minutes. It was actually done before I checked it, I should have pulled it a little sooner, but it was still the same texture as the brownie I posted the picture of.
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    i need to try your recipe but i lack the almond milk and cream. and i just got back from the grocery store...lol
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    I am at work and really want to try this....i might stop at the store before I get home and make it.
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    These are actually pretty good! Kind of dry/rubbery. But other than that filling and yum!
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    Originally Posted by jrbruin View Post
    I read about your try and gave it one of my own.
    I re-tried my recipe and made a few changes for fun (and measured everything for repeatability):

    1 scoop chocolate whey
    2 tbs cocoa powder
    1 tsp baking powder
    3 packs of splenda (might try 4 next time)
    a half handful of walnuts
    2 Tbsp cream
    1/4 C unsweetened vanilla almond milk

    Baked in toaster oven at 350F for 8-10 minutes. It was actually done before I checked it, I should have pulled it a little sooner, but it was still the same texture as the brownie I posted the picture of.
    I used this recipe minus the tsp baking powder (didn't have any and forgot it at the market) adn minuse the walnuts because I don't like them really. Also I couldnt' find vanilla almond milk so i used water...the brownie came out perfect texture wise. Taste wise it was just a tad bitter....I think next time I'll either add peanut butter or more splenda. Its a start though. Oh and I added an Egg which I think was a nice touch and shouldn't really have affected the sweetness/biterness of it.
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    For everyone whose brownie turns out dry, if you cook it so that it isn't quite firm in the middle, you can use it like a syrup for the rest of the brownie. The recipe is quite good, but turns out dry if you cook it too long.
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    Made my own sort of mix. Added an egg for the extra proteinss and i used 150ml of semi skimmed milk.
    will post a pic later.
    LOL it looks like an old wrinkly black persons ballsack (not that ive seen one - just guessing) (no racist) (no **** victim)

    If anything my brownie was soggie than dry

    Picture as promised;




    Its put me off making them again lol, i think because i added 150ml of semi skimmed milk with double cream, too much liquid.
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    I made this today, and they turned out really good. Think I took them out of the oven at the right time because it was really moist.
    I might just be easy to please though.

    1 scoop chocolate Skip blend from ***********
    2 tbs cocoa powder
    1/2 tsp baking powder
    3 1/2 packs of splenda (might try 4 next time)
    2 Tbsp cream
    1/4 C water
    spash of vanilla extract
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    ^ very similar to my recipe

    I made another last night (ate half for dessert and I'm eating the other half right now for breakfast w/ my coffee - yummm! )

    Anyways, I used 6 packets of splenda in this one and it's almost perfect, wish I'd remembered the vanilla extract..
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    Just tried this it was hella good. I mixed it with sum PB bomb ass recipe!
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    Low calorie chocolate protein brownie

    In a bowl:
    2 scoops protein (PVL Creamy Dreamy Milk chocolate is awesome!)
    Enough water so that it's like a soupy consistency
    Microwave for 2 min on high

    The protein soaks up the water and makes the whole thing really soft and spongey...
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    Maybe add some egg product or a tad of olive oil? My protein pancakes gave me a problem with moisture and stuck to the pan, but when i added olive oil, problem solved!
    Yep, the secret to a moist cake (of any kind) is a little olive oil.
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    Originally Posted by jaim91 View Post
    Low calorie chocolate protein brownie

    In a bowl:
    2 scoops protein (PVL Creamy Dreamy Milk chocolate is awesome!)
    Enough water so that it's like a soupy consistency
    Microwave for 2 min on high

    The protein soaks up the water and makes the whole thing really soft and spongey...

    Holy ****, I just did this...came out with consistency of a muffin (1st 2 minutes through I didnt have enough water in it, so I put some more and put back in for a minute, and it came out alot better)....This has some potential...maybe 1/4 cup Water, 1/4 cup skim milk (3.5 carbs), A table spoon of Splenda and 2 scoops of whey (maybe some Vanilla extract in there to)
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    Originally Posted by jaim91 View Post
    Low calorie chocolate protein brownie

    In a bowl:
    2 scoops protein (PVL Creamy Dreamy Milk chocolate is awesome!)
    Enough water so that it's like a soupy consistency
    Microwave for 2 min on high
    Originally Posted by Starky1177 View Post
    Holy ****, I just did this...came out with consistency of a muffin (1st 2 minutes through I didnt have enough water in it, so I put some more and put back in for a minute, and it came out alot better)....This has some potential...maybe 1/4 cup Water, 1/4 cup skim milk (3.5 carbs), A table spoon of Splenda and 2 scoops of whey (maybe some Vanilla extract in there to)
    YEAH BUDDY!

    I just bought the cake batter flavour protein from muscle milk. When I use it with this recipe, that sh*t is gonna be the bestest keto snack ever!
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    Question choc pudding mix

    hi what size is the choc pudding mix? Standard fulla sugar and fat is 85g but diet is only 24

    Aggg just looked back over the posts again - no idea how I managed to miss the size of the puddings as ALL the recipes stated it!!! Thinking of the protein bar recipes I read the otha day I think....they just say use a packet. ANyway,am off to try this brownie recipe now!
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    Talking Omg!

    WOw I made 2 versions of these and they were sooooo yummy! Thanks for the great thread! I had no choc pudding so used caramel and it was bloody good. sigh sad I can't just eat em all day really! lol
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