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25 Easy Protein Powder Desserts

25 Easy Protein Powder Desserts

To help you find easy protein powder desserts all in one place, here is the list I put together with the best recipes out there.

Protein powder is making waves in the fitness industry because of its benefits, which is why desserts made with protein powder instead of flour are becoming more and more popular in the baking (and nutrition) world. 

In a nutshell, whey protein powder is an isolated protein derived from a dairy source and comes in powder form. 

But there are other kinds of protein powder that are suitable to bake with, such as soy, pea protein, hemp, casein, and others.

Some home bakers would prefer protein powder over grain flour for their sweet treats because it provides a high-protein profile to their recipes.

Protein powder can be used as a substitute for all-purpose wheat flour in some, but not all, baked goods. 

However, using protein powder for baking some desserts can entirely change the game. 

It can change your dessert’s texture, consistency, and even flavor, depending on the type and protein concentration. 

It’s good to get acquainted with the many forms of protein powder, such as soy, peanut, casein, whey, pea protein, and more, maybe before you start cooking. 

For instance, choosing whey protein is popular among bakers because it’s a water-soluble milk powder that can easily dissolve in water. 

On the other hand, some claim that soy protein may also have a distinct taste, which may change the outcome of your baked goods. 

Plus, soy protein powder doesn’t dissolve in water very well. 

So if you’re new to baking, try whey protein in your first protein powder dessert. 

My best suggestion is to follow the recipes carefully if you are new to baking with protein powder.

So here are easy protein powder desserts you can try, especially #24 because who doesn’t love blueberries and coffee in one delectable cake?

This banana chocolate chip cake is a sure crowd pleaser with its delicious flavors and moist texture. 

You need full-fat butter and brown granulated sugar to achieve the flavor.

Keep this recipe light by using fat-free yogurt as well.

You can never go wrong with a succulent, fudgy chocolate truffle with a decadent chocolate ganache in the middle to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

And the best part about this recipe is that you don’t even need an oven to make this!

Blending the nut butter and protein powder and coating it with melted chocolate chips are all it takes!

This cheesecake is extra creamy and crunchy because of the crust that doesn’t fall apart when you have that perfect slice. 

This vanilla-flavored cheesecake is not too sweet, with hints of tangy flavor.

Here’s another protein powder dessert that you can devour in minutes!

This recipe only requires 5 to 6 ingredients, and you can enjoy this treat after mixing all ingredients in a bowl.

But you may also chill this in the fridge for 15 minutes and eat it all!

If you love Reese’s cups, then you’ll love this peanut butter cup recipe that will surely hit your sweet spot. 

It’s made with peanut butter, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and protein powder. 

The treat is a chewy, dense peanut butter filling that’s sweet and salty at the same time!

Who would’ve thought black beans are a perfect ingredient in protein powder desserts like this black bean fudge recipe?

Black beans make this recipe extra fudgy and soft because they add bulk and structure. 

All it takes is to drain, rinse, puree your black beans, add all the ingredients, then bake!

Banana Bread is excellent as a snack or dessert.

It’s one of those desserts that’s light yet leaves you full and satiated. 

This recipe uses pea protein powder and oat flour to ensure it doesn’t get overly dense.

A secret to thick and creamy pudding is the thickening agent that gives it its beautiful structure. 

In this recipe, mix Greek yogurt with other three ingredients, such as vanilla protein powder, stevia, and unsweetened almond milk

Eat immediately or chill in the fridge for a few minutes for that cold, custard-like texture.

Nothing can awaken your taste buds than a yeasty, buttery, and irresistibly soft cinnamon roll!

This recipe is gluten-free, and you’d be amazed by the filling made with a pinch of cinnamon and sticky brown sugar mixed with butter.

Making parfaits is fun because you can decide what fruits or toppings you like.

These layered delights are quick and easy to make by mixing whipped cream and protein powder, cutting up berries of your choice, and alternating them in a parfait glass.

Imagine a fudge brownie that’s fudgy on the sides, lusciously gooey in the middle, and has no oil, flour, or sugar!

With this recipe, you’ll only need cocoa powder and chocolate protein powder as the sweet base!

If a slice of chocolate peanut butter pie doesn’t make your mouth water, I don’t know what will!

This Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie with a crunchy crust, creamy peanut butter, and cream cheese filling is a delicate and appetizing dessert.

If you haven’t decided on a Thanksgiving dessert, try this pumpkin pie recipe with spiced pumpkin puree and vanilla protein powder. 

Serve this divine Pumpkin Pie dessert with fall sprinkles, ice cream, or both!

Everyone loves the nut and chocolate combo because of the nutty and gritty texture combined with the fudgy and soft chocolate.

And this Pecan Pie Brownie is a crowd-pleaser with Medjool dates that give it its caramel flavor. 

The protein powder, almond butter, maple syrup, and chocolate protein powder underneath a crunchy, sweet pecan pie topping is heaven!

This Strawberry Sorbet reminds you of summer vibes due to its refreshing and fruity taste. 

The slightly tangy and candied flavor from the strawberries is enough to make you take a couple of scoops!

If you’re craving something cold and creamy, this Vanilla Ice Cream will save the day!

This unique recipe only takes 30 seconds to make with a blender.

It’s also not sugar-laden like an ordinary vanilla ice cream because you’ll use Stevia Extract so it’s refined sugar free!

Another ice cream flavor you can try without the loaded sugar is this chocolate ice cream recipe, similar to the vanilla ice cream recipe. 

To make this extra chocolatey, blend almond milk, cocoa powder, chocolate protein powder, and frozen bananas. 

Serve with your favorite toppings like chocolate chips or rainbow sprinkles!

Here’s a crunchy dessert you can store in the fridge anytime!

These Rice Krispies are made with brown rice crisps and melted peanut butter for that extra gooey and chewy texture. 

It’s low in sugar, also making this a light snack if you want something on-the-go.

Another peanut butter and chocolate dessert tandem that will surely make you want more is this simple protein Oreo Cake recipe. 

The key to this recipe is selecting an excellent chocolate powder.

And in this recipe, Macro Supps ONE protein powder mixed with cocoa powder give this cake a black base.

How about pairing mint with chocolate? 

These Mint Chocolate Bars are dense and are similar to brownies in terms of texture and taste. 

Try this recipe if you want something that doubles as a protein powder snack and dessert!

It gives you a robust minty flavor and a pleasant succulent taste from the chocolate.

Also known as molten cake or chocolate moelleux, this Lava Cake is a mix of chocolate cake and soufflé.

You’ll enjoy the decadent exterior and creamy and lush center. 

Add some arrowroot starch to build that base and microwave in the oven for only a minute and 15 seconds.

If you want a better-for-you yet equally filling donut as dessert, don’t miss out on these Protein Donuts!

It’s made with protein powder, oat flour, honey, coconut oil, and almond milk. 

The frosting is also a yummy nut butter!

This Blueberry Coffee Cake with a lemon glaze will be the limelight of your parties!

Wow your guests with that natural coffee flavor, a hint of cinnamon and tanginess from the blueberries.

Top with a lemon glaze that’s zesty and fresh, and this dessert won’t disappoint.

These Lemon Cheesecake Balls will excite every sweet tooth out there because of their tangy and mildly sweet flavor from the cream cheese.

This recipe requires no baking, with only five ingredients!

One bite, and you’ll enjoy that chewy texture, especially when served chilled!

The bottom line

Try these protein powder desserts if you want something sweet, refreshing, and light.

Replacing flour with protein powder is easy if you choose the right brand.

So remember to experiment with a few protein powder brands first, and pick one that will become your go-to for baking delightful treats!

Dessert With Protein Powder

Dessert With Protein Powder

To help you find easy protein powder desserts all in one place, here is the list I put together with the best recipes out there.


  • Mug Brownie
  • Banana Chocolate Chip Cake
  • Chocolate Truffles
  • Cheesecake With A Crust
  • Cookie Dough
  • Peanut Butter Cups
  • Black Bean Fudge
  • Banana Bread
  • 4-Ingredient Pudding
  • Cinnamon Roll
  • Triple Berry Parfait
  • Half-Baked Fudge Brownie
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie
  • Pumpkin Pie
  • Pecan Pie Brownie
  • Strawberry Sorbet
  • Vanilla Ice Cream
  • Chocolate Ice Cream
  • Protein Powder Rice Krispie Treats
  • Oreo Cake
  • Mint Chocolate Bars
  • Chocolate Lava Cake
  • Protein Donuts
  • Blueberry Coffee Cake
  • Lemon Cheesecake Balls


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