Fudgey Wudgey was a square. Fudgey wudgey won’t be shared. Fudgey wudgey wasn’t fudgey, was he? NAWP. Because it’s WHITE chocolate RED VELVET protein fudge!! Better than chocolate fudge if you ask me!! I dreampt of this. But only once I tasted it did I realize I underestimated how amazing this would turn out. So. Dang. Good. I got my reaction as well as my friend’s reaction on youtube! Glad I did haha our face says it all! It’s so good it’s DANGEROUS. Not like… Depressed bipolar with a personal stash of 15 rifles and a basement of homemade chemical bombs dangerous. But close. More like… Pre teen female out to seek revenge on her ex boyfriend dangerous. Still dangerous nonetheless. Scary.
White Chocolate Red Velvet Fudge
- 2 scoops vanilla whey protein
- 2 TBSP stevia
- 2 TBSP sugar free maple syrup
- 3/4 cup white chocolate coconut butter (sweet spreads brand)
- 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 1 scoop red velvet cellucor whey protein
- 2-3 TBSP unsweetened almond milk
- 2-3 drops red food coloring (Optional)
In a bowl, mix your first 5 ingredients. It should be moderately thick, just keep mixing!! It will eventually be evenly mixed. Once even, separate the batter into two separate bowls. To once bowl, add the red velvet protein and the final 2-3 TBSP of almond milk. Don’t add too much! You WANT it super thick! It’s going to suck to stir but be patient. If you want, add red food coloring to enhance the color. Line a container with saran wrap (for easy removal later). I used a mini loaf pan and lined two separate mini loaves. Then add in your fudge mixture! Layer scoops of red & white to create a swirl effect. Once finished, freeze for about 90 minutes! After that, slice into 18 pieces total. Since I had two mini loaves, I sliced each into 9 pieces for 18 total. When eating, let thaw for 30-60 seconds for it to be PERFECT!
Nutritional Info for 1 piece of fudge: 119 calories; 10 g fat, 4 g carbs (2 g fiber), and 5.5 g protein
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