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    Protein pudding

    1-3 oz package of instant pudding, in any flavor
    2 scoops of your protein powder preferably matched to your pudding flavor or if you have no flavor whey then this doesnt matter
    3 cups skim or 2% milk


    > Mix milk,pudding and protein powder in blender on low speed for about 2 mins. Pour into desert dishes or small bowls and refrigerate for 1o mins.

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    I have also heard of people using water instead of milk and cooking on low on the stove. Still tastes pretty darn good for those dieting anyway!

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    FOR SURE!

    Yeah definitely! I would opt for H2o instead of the milk, If you were cutting then yes the water would be better if you were bulking then I guess the milk would be o.k. but like you said H2o is the way to go. Personaly i am not a fan of milk and do not drink it or any dairly products. Well I guess maybe on my cheat day at times I treat myself to some low fat yogurt or a nice milk shake but what the hell you only live once right:

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    Yup, when I get a crappy flavored protein powder I add fat and sugar free pudding mix. Adds great flavor and not that many carbs. usually 1 Tbsp will do the trick and that adds 6g of carbs. Not too bad.

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    Yep yep protein powder pudding is great. You can add all sorts of stuff to change flavors too. Come to think of it 3 or 4 years ago when you bought a box of myoplex they used to have a recipie book on it that had diff flavors of myoplex pudding and how to make them. I haven't bought myoplex in a while so maybe they still do?

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