Quest Bar Pumpkin Pie

Dessert :D. Such pumpkin. Many autumn. Very white girl. Wow.

Processed with VSCOcam with t1 presetQuest Bar Pumpkin Pie

Serves: 1

  • 1 cinnamon roll quest bar
  • 2 TBSP plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 TBSP pumpkin purée
  • 1/2 scoop cinnamon swirl cellucor whey protein
  • 1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 stevia packet
  • 3 TBSP plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 tsp sugar free white chocolate pudding mix

Microwave 1 cinnamon roll quest bar for 8 seconds to soften. Spray a small ramekin with nonstick spray and mold your quest bar inside to create a crust. Bake at 350F for 8 minutes. Mix 2 TBSP plain Greek yogurt, 2 TBSP pumpkin purée, 1/2 scoop cinnamon swirl cellucor whey protein, 1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice, and half of a stevia packet. Place inside the baked quest crust. Mix the other half of the stevia packet, 3 TBSP plain Greek yogurt, and 1 tsp sugar free white chocolate pudding mix. Place in the crust on top of the previous layer.

I topped it off with pumpkin pie spice and sugar free Amberlyn Chocolates.


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2 comments

  1. Rich McGinnisNo Gravatar says:

    Hi, my name is Rich McGinnis and I am 34. I lift five days a week, eat healthy-2,000-2,400 calories per day (235g protein, 75 g fat, 125g carbs) average. I want to add lean muscle while not gaining body fat. What is the best/healthiest gluten free flour to cook with? I have Quest multi-purpose protein, can I use this as a substitute for flour in recipes? Does fat intake matter if it comes from healthy fat-sources: coconut oil, organic peanut butter, nut flours?
    What is the best zero-calorie sweetener to use?
    Any advice/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you

    • KimNo Gravatar says:

      Hey Rich! I really like using spelt and buckwheat as a gluten free flour option. They both bake very well for things like healthy pancakes and cakes! The protein will not be a good option for a COMPLETE flour substitute, but you could probably split the flour 50:50 with that protein if you want – for most recipes! So for example if a recipe needs 1/2 cup flour, you could do 1/4 cup flour & 1/4 cup protein. Again, this won’t be true for 100% of recipes, but it’s a safe bet for most.

      No it doesn’t matter! Do what makes you feel best. The reason most people tend to cut fat sources is that it is easier to lower calories when you remove fats (they are more calories per g – 4 cals vs 9 cals). But enjoy all the healthy fat sources you need to feel good. Personally, when I lower fats too much, my joints ache and my entire body feels so sad.

      I love a brand of stevia called sweet leaf stevia! I think I have a post on my site all about Sweet Leaf & why I prefer that one if you want to read. If you need help searching it, let me know and I can find it!

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