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Protein Fluff

A base recipe for protein fluff and how to tweak it to make your own creations.

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword protein fluff
Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes
Servings 1 Bowl
Calories 225 kcal
Author Mason Woodruff


  • 1/2 C (113g) Fat-Free Greek Yogurt vanilla or plain, sweetened
  • 1 Tbsp(8g) Fat-Free Sugar-Free Pudding Mix you're choice of flavor
  • 1 scoop (34g) Protein Powder vanilla
  • 1 Tbsp Low Cal Sweetener if you're using plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp (5g) Fat-Free Whipped Topping optional


  1. Mix in a mug or bowl.

  2. Top with optional whipped topping and other toppings like crushed cereal, sprinkles, or pieces of your favorite protein bar. 

Recipe Notes

  • You can easily tweak the consistency by either adding pudding mix or dry ingredients or reducing the Greek yogurt. For example, 1/4 C Greek yogurt instead of 1/2 C will produce a thicker protein fluff and vice versa. 
  • If you'd like a creamier protein fluff, reduce the protein powder or add more Greek yogurt.
  • If you use vanilla Greek yogurt, you may want to omit the sweetener.
  • If you don’t have pudding mix, you can add 5g more protein and 5-10g unsweetened cocoa powder for chocolate, a powdered sweetener like Swerve confectioners, or some type of thickener like corn starch, arrowroot powder, xanthan gum, etc. 
  • You can use chocolate protein powder for a chocolate protein fluff, but I like to use vanilla protein and add cocoa powder regardless to avoid the “chocolate protein powder” flavor. Also, it's easy to turn vanilla protein powder into chocolate, but you can't go the other way.
  • Macros will vary based on the type of pudding mix, protein powder, and other ingredients you use.