White & Dark Chocolate Protein Blondie with Vanilla Protein Ice Cream
If you haven’t already noticed, let me tell you: the protein world is catching on fire. In the last two years alone, hundreds of new brands have appeared on the horizon selling things like protein ice cream, protein breads, protein cookies, protein muffins, protein soups, protein bars, protein juices…. you name it and there’s probably a protein version of it out there (there’s even a company selling protein ketchup!) This is all great news to me because I live here. I’ve built a home in the protein world. I’ve built a home out of which I push the boundaries of protein cooking.
So I’d like to invite you to familiarize yourself with the big dogs out there. I’d like you to get to know them, to explore what they have to offer, and, in general, to check out all the goodness that’s appearing in this brave new world of protein POWer.
Start here: with this recipe. It combines two absolute sensations: a protein blondie and protein ice cream.
I munched this with a friend today post-workout and not a single word was exchanged between us. It was a battle of the fork and we downright DEMOLISHED it. It was so delicious – the hot cakeyness against the cold ice cream, the chocolate melted inside and on top… the whole thing: fwaaaa.
We heated up the Protein Blondie and then we topped it with a scoop of protein ice cream and a square of melted dark chocolate. That’s it: three ingredients.
I swear, this tops ANY commercially-available protein dessert you can get your hands on. I dare you to find something better. Because the blondie in and of itself is ludicrous. It contains sugar and butter, yes, but it tastes like heaven on a plate. It had white and dark chocolate inside and when that melts? Oy… Sweet-Mount-Olympus-and-all-the-Gods-that-have-ever-stepped-foot-on-it! It’s magical. Couple that with the creamy protein ice cream and you experience a nommage unlike any nommage you’ve ever experienced. So intense…. so deep… so rich… so….
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Macros per serving (if you divide the whole things into two):