Not all sweet treats are bad for our health and diets. Protein powder puddings are a great illustration of how to use a handful of simple but healthy materials and toss them together to create a delicious tasting dessert. Plus, these confections fir into anyone’s macronutrient plan.

I started making protein puddings back in 2008 when I was developing my protein bar line. I have been enjoying so many different flavor varieties since. Many times, I don’t even use them as desserts – I eat them with pancakes for breakfast or with fruit and fresh mint for lunch. There are quite a few recipes on how to make protein pudding, but this quick and easy direction list is the most simple and ready for you within 5 minutes.  Not only is this recipe packed with protein, but it’s a healthy mix of carbs and fats too. I am sure you are also going to love that fact that this recipe has minimal sugar content as well.


  • 1 scoop of AboutTime Isolate Protein (Vegan, Collagen or Whey)
  • 1 tablespoon of nut butter (any type will do) OR use 1/2 mashed avocado
  • 1-3 oz of milk of choice (regular, almond, oat, coconut, or other). Always start with 1T, then slowly add in. The amount used dictates mainly on the type of protein. Vegan, (or plant based) are heavier, more dense proteins that require more liquid than whey proteins



  • Add 1 scoop of your favorite AboutTime Protein + 1 tablespoon of nut butter or avocado into a bowl. Mix together.
  • Slowly add in 1T of the milk you chose. Mix.
  • Continue to add in milk as needed and mix until you have a pudding-like consistency.
  • If you would like a chilled, creamier version, place the pudding into your freezer for about 10 minutes


If you have extra macros at the end of the day: garnish with fruit, coconut, granola, nuts, or whipped cream.