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Peaches and Cream Protein Fluff

Protein Fluff is one of our specialties at Devotion Nutrition. Once we got it into the hands of our dessert diva Nicolette, something heavenly was created. The first ever Devotion Peaches -n-Cream...

Ingredients:

2.15.16.peachSS6   Method:
  1. Combine almond milk, yogurt, ice, 3½ cups frozen peaches, cashew butter, protein powder, 3 packets of flex flavor and extract in a food processor. Blend, stopping to stir a few times, until mixture is smooth.
  *It took me about 5 minutes to get it to the consistency I was looking for. The longer you blend, the fluffier the mixture gets. I also used a 9 cup food processor, which was perfect!  
  1. While your mixture is blending, heat the remainder of peaches in a bowl until warm. Mix or mash with a fork until peaches are in small pieces. Add the last flex flavor packet to the peaches. Swirl the peach mixture in the soft serve.
 
  1. Enjoy right away or, if you need/want to wait, pour mixture into a freezer-safe container (I used an 8x8 glass dish) and smooth down with a spoon.
 
  1. Place container in the freezer for at least 2 hours.
 
  1. Remove from the freezer and let sit for 10-12 minutes then serve.
  Makes 9 servings: (1 serving is about 1 cup of soft serve)   Macros for 1 serving: 136 calories, 10.2g protein, 11.9g carbs, 6g fat, 5.2g sugar, 2.8g fiber   Nicolette’s Tips * If you want your soft serve extra fluffy and creamy, be patient during the mixing process. The more you stir & mix, the lighter and creamier it will turn out. * If you don’t have a food processor, a large blender will work. You may have to stir it a bit more to get all the chunks out. 2.15.16.peachSS7   File Under: Peaches and Cream Protein Fluff - Protein Fluff - Protein Ice Cream - Protein Soft Serve - Protein Treats by Nicolette

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