Monday, September 17, 2012

Chocolate Protein Pops

I recently won a set of popsicle makers in a giveaway I entered at a blog I love called spabettie.  I have been waiting for just the right day to try them out... and trying to decide what to make in them.

I finally realized that I can never go wrong with a chocolate pop so I got out some ingredients and went to work.

The first thing I did was to determine how much volume I would need to fill the 6 moulds.  I filled one up with water and poured it into a large measuring cup 6 times, just for accuracy sake.  My 6 new moulds hold 3 cups of liquid.

I like to use protein powder because I feel it offers more nutritional value than just plain cocoa would, and the yogurt gives these a nice creamy texture.

I am so happy our hot weather is holding on into September so we still feel like eating frozen treats!

Here is how I made them up.. you could easily use a different chocolate protein powder, and change the amounts of the ingredients to meet your own needs.

Chocolate Protein Yogurt Pops
Makes 6 (3 cups liquid, approx.)
  • 109g GNC Rebuilt Mass protein powder, chocolate brownie flavor
  • 1 cup fat free plain yogurt
  • 1-1/8 cups Vanilla Almond Breeze
  1. Mix all the ingredients very will and then pour into moulds and allow to freeze for several hours.
Per serving.
Weight Watchers P+ = 2.
Calories 90; Protein 7g; Carbohydrate 13g;  Fat 1g; Fibre 0g.


  1. Yum! A great alternative to fudge pops!!!

  2. Those look great! And thanks for the BRILLIANT tip about figuring out how much liquid to make in advance. I regularly choose the wrong size of container to pour leftovers into...

  3. Awesome! I love me some protein FUdgscicles ;)


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