I’m a chocolate lover through and through. There is literally no time of day that chocolate doesn’t sound good to me. Morning smoothie? Has chocolate. Morning oats? Has chocolate. Lunch time treat? A few squares of dark chocolate. Mid-Afternoon snack? Chocolate protein bar. Late night treat? A little chocolate ice cream. It may sound like overkill, but I could eat like this every day and be a happy gal. If you’re on the chocolate train with me (I ain’t ever getting off of it!) then you’ll DIE over this high protein chocolate cake batter dip!

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip

This high protein chocolate cake batter dip literally has two ingredients. TWO! It seriously doesn’t get more simple than that. I whipped this stuff together (literally, whipped) in about two minutes.

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip

This batter is best made a little in advance so it has time to firm up in the fridge a bit. I recommend making a big batch since it stores in the fridge pretty well. Plus there is the fact that it’ll probably be gone in like two seconds… it’s that good.

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip 4

I used Simple Mills crunchy chocolate chip cookies for dipping which was AMAZING. These cookies are like a wholesome version of your favorite Chips- Ahoy cookies. Some other great ideas for dipping are:

  • graham crackers
  • pretzels
  • apple slices
  • banana chips
  • a spoon…

Another great thing about this recipe? It’s totally customizable! Want it to be coconut chocolate dip? Add in some toasted coconut. Feelin’ a little  bit of peanut butter swirl? Go for it! Or, crush a little candy cane in there for a festive holiday dip, YUM. That last one is a winner for sure.

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip

And, honestly guys? This stuff could be used for a post-workout snack. It’s got 14g of protein per half cup! Amazing.

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip

High Protein Chocolate Cake Batter Dip
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Recipe type: dip
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Serves: 3 servings
 
This high protein chocolate cake batter dip is delicious enough to be eaten as a dessert, but healthy enough for a post-workout snack!
Ingredients
  • 1.5 cups non-fat greek yogurt (plain or vanilla)
  • 2 heaping tbsp Simple Mills Chocolate Cake & Muffin Mix
Instructions
  1. Using the whip attachment on beaters or stand mixer whip ingredients for ~2 minutes.
  2. Ideally, let refrigerate for at least about one hour to firm up.
  3. Dive in!
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ½ cup Calories: 162 Fat: 6 Carbohydrates: 13 Protein: 14

So, now the questions is…. what will YOU use for dipping?!?! Let me know what sounds best to you by leaving it in the comments!

Happy eating,

Colleen

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