High Protein hot chocolate

Castine1234
on 6/13/14 2:52 am
RNY on 05/06/14

Does anyone have a good recipe or know of an over the counter hot cocoa?

poet_kelly
on 6/13/14 3:08 am - OH

In a cup, mix a scoop of protein powder with an ounce or so of cool water or milk.  Stir until you get a smooth paste. 

Make hot chocolate however you like to make it.  Then stir that protein paste into the hot drink.

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Eggface
on 6/13/14 8:12 am - Sunny Southern, CA

Sometimes I do No Sugar Added/SF storebought powdered cocoa packets and a few teaspoons of chocolate protein and add warm milk/water slowly while stirring to avoid globules then raise the temp a bit more. If you added too hot a liquid you'd cook the protein too quickly and you'd get chunky globules (not pleasant... occurs mostly with whey proteins) or.... add protein to milk (like you are making a shake) then raise the temp drink as is or add to hot cocoa.

 

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freckles1973
on 6/13/14 2:18 pm - Canada

I've been using Proti Diet hot cocoa. I mix the recommended serving of 1 and 1/2 scoops with 2 teaspoons of instant coffee. It's like drinking a mochacinno every morning:-)  Its also good just as hot chocolate. I order it either off amazon or diet direct. Per serving..90 cal. 15g protein. 5 net carbs. 

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MickeyDee
on 6/15/14 7:07 pm

I just use the NSA Nestle's Hot Chocolate and mix it with a scoopful of nf dry milk.  I get 11 or 12 grams of protein and don't have to worry about the clumping problem.  Plus, I can have it hot, rather than lukewarm.  

Makes a nice treat in the evenings.

Castine1234
on 6/16/14 12:30 pm
RNY on 05/06/14

Thanks everyone for all your ideas.  I really appreciate them.

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