These 3-ingredient + high protein bites are the perfect pop-able frozen snack!
Who doesn’t love a high protein snack that tastes like dessert? This girl definitely does! I’m also all about the minimal ingredient lists and this one couldn’t get any shorter.
Double Chocolate R Bar
This ‘recipe’ is so simple that I shouldn’t be calling it a recipe. It also is extremely easy to adapt! An RxBar would be delicious in replacement for the R Bar. You can use any nut or seed butter that fits your fancy and the yogurt? Pick your favorite brand!
If you want to amp up the protein, add a scoop of collagen peptides. Orrrrr your favorite protein. You may have to adjust the ratios based off the thickness of your yogurt and whatever protein powder you use.
Regardless, do you see the trend here?
So easy, so adaptable and so dang yummy!
3-Ingredient High Protein Frozen Yogurt Bites
Being high in protein and with only three ingredients, these really are the perfect pop-able frozen snack!
- 4 bars Double Chocolate R Bar //Alt use RxBar, I haven't tried this recipe with any other protein bar
- 4 tbsp Georgia Grinders Cashew Butter //Use any nut butter you'd like!
- 1/2 cup Yogurt I used dairy free but if it isn't an issue, a high protein dairy yogurt would be great!
- 1 scoop Collagen Peptides //alt use whatever protein you'd like. Depending on your protein, you may need to add less
In a food processor or high speed blender, pulse together the protein bars and cashew butter until crumbly. You may need to scrape the sides down the sides with a spatula! This should only take about 1 minute.
Liberally spray a mini muffin pan with avocado spray. Taking a tbsp measuring spoon, scoop up a packed tbsp of the crumbled mixture before adding it into a muffin mold. Repeat this 16 times. (or until you run about.) With the back of the measure spoon, press down FIRMLY into each mold. You want them really packed. Freeze the pan for 15 minutes.
If you are choosing to add protein powder, now would be the time! Mix in 1/2-1 serving of your favorite protein powder into 1/2 cup of yogurt. Once the base of the bites are done freezing, pull them out and ad 1 1/2 tsp of the yogurt to each cup.
Freeze for an additional 1-2 hours, or until the yogurt is completely set. To remove the bites from the pan, you will need to use a pairing knife (or a thin bladed knife) and slowly 'pop' them out of their molds. BE CAREFUL!
After they are removed from their mold, store them in an airtight container. They are best kept in the freezer!