Tuesday, July 8, 2008

It should be illegal

It's that goooooood.


Shelly's Peanut Butter Cup Protein Ice Cream

1 cup Vanilla Soy Milk (or Regular Milk)
2 scoops Chocolate Protein Powder
1 Tablespoon Peanut Butter, melted (I used Jif Creamy)
Optional: 3 or 4 Sugar Free Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, chopped

Nuke peanut butter for 25 seconds to thin. Mix together milk, protein & peanut butter. I used this gadget to mix it up. It makes it airy and lump free. Pour into ice cream maker. Follow your machine's instructions for freezing. 5 minutes before done add the optional chopped SF Reese's. You can eat it right away it is soft serve-ish but I like to put it in the freezer to set for an hour or so.

16 comments:

DCY said...

Peanut butter and chocolate, doesn't get any better than that! I love the two flavors together. I have not ever tasted a SF Reese's.

jeri said...

You are so wicked(in a good way of course)!! I LOVE your protein ice cream recipes--bought the milk frother today at World Market just for this recipe!

Jeri

Barb Del Piano said...

DAMN! Looks FANTASTIC! My tastebuds are salivating! You know how to party Eggface! THANKS!

Anonymous said...

Thank you sooooo much for the protein ice cream recipes!!! I was having a hard time getting inn my protein and I didnk care much for my protein powder in a shake. I came across your website and found your great recipes, ran out and got an ice cream maker and made my first protein ice cream last night!! It was great! Now I can get in the protein I need, and it taste great.

Annette

Rhonda said...

OMG! This sounds heavenly. My DH's favorite treat is Reeses peanut butter cups. What a nice little romantic treat it would be for us to share... I HAVE to go buy one of those cute little ice cream makers...quickly. Thanks for sharing your delictibles!

Les said...

Hey Shelly,

Great recipe. This is the first one I tried for ice cream...tonight! I have another idea to add to this...bananas! Reason: There is this drive in near our town that has the Elvis Milkshake and I'd go there before WLS and get one...It's chocolate, peanut butter and banana.

The family loves it.

DramaQueen said...

Oh. My. GAAAAAAAAWD. I just made this, but was inspired when I saw the Dark Chocolate Dreams PB in the pantry. Fortunately, I froze it in tiny tupperware for individual servings, or I think I'd eat the entire batch. I used 2% milk instead of soy (only because I'm hypothyroid and I try to limit my soy intake) and didn't have any reese's, but I truly didn't need them. Yummmmmmm. (This would be unbelievable in your bon-bons.)

robin said...

How much does the receipe yield in terms of servings?

Michelle "Shelly" said...

Servings will depend on your Dr's plan. It made about 4 for me at almost 3 years out... could make many more for earlier outs.

~Michelle

chrisninare said...

I'm in love with this particular recipe. I've been going through the different recipes, and have tried several, but this is by far the best. My boyfriend (non-wls) ate most of the batch and looovved it.

Brandi said...

After (2) years of watching this blog and making over 20 of these recipes, I went out and bought the ice cream maker! Protein ice cream is better than the real stuff. Thank you eggface!

Michelle Mikula said...

Looking forward to trying this one... as soon as my ice-cream maker arrives. Can't wait :) I've made 20+ of your recipes and my family and I have loved all of them. Thanks and keep 'em coming!!

robin said...

oh....my....goodness!
I ordered my ice cream maker and aerolatte a few weeks ago, but finally felt brave enough to bust them out and try a recipe. This is my first and...WOW! I wasn't sure I got it just right but it came out fabulous - I seriously almost wept over how good it was!! YAY for protein ice cream - thank you so much for sharing all of your recipes, can't wait to try another soon! (That bowl now has a permanent home in my freezer!)

Anonymous said...

Shelley,
Can PB2 be substituted for the peanut butter in this recipe?

Michelle "Shelly" said...

PB2 Absolutely. Protein Ice Cream is basically a frozen protein shakes so however you want to change it up go for it... just watch the milk type (2% fat content or above works best, in soy I have found Silk Vanilla or Soy Dream Vanilla work best)

Donna Young said...

Two words: you rule!