Protein Blueberry Yoghurt Pudding

October 29, 2022

Blueberry Yoghurt Pudding brings the taste of fresh, summer blueberries to your breakfast table. This recipe is so easy to make, having a massive 32g of protein and only around 300 calories. Make this healthy breakfast ahead for a stress-free morning.

Protein Blueberry Yoghurt Pudding

Now if you asked me what I love about this pudding recipe:

First, it’s absolutely delicious! The blueberry flavour is wonderful, and combined with cinnamon makes the perfect sweet.

It’s also unbelievably simple. Because the ingredients list is short, I don’t need to make a visit to the store. It also only takes about 5 minutes of hands-on time, and super easy recipes like that are definitely my style.

A serving of this protein yoghurt pudding comes with 33 grams of protein for just over 300 calories. This makes it the ultimate snack or breakfast to eat whenever you crave something sweet yet healthy and high in protein.

Protein Blueberry Yoghurt Pudding

SUBSTITUTES

Here are all the ingredients and substitutes that you need to make this blueberry yoghurt pudding:

  • Yoghurt: my favourite yoghurt is Greek, but Skyr or quark are always great options. Also, plant-based would work well.
  • Chia seeds: you can skip the chia seeds if you don't have any, but the thickness of the pudding will vary.
  • Plant-based milk: Usually I use almond milk for my overnight oats, but you can choose any plant-based milk you like such as coconut, soya, rice milk or even dairy milk. If you like it higher in protein, go for soya milk.
  • Protein powder: My recommendation is to use whey protein powder (vanilla goes pretty well) because it mixes very easily without thickening your pudding. But also casein or vegan protein powders work – just pour in some more milk to fix the texture.  If you don't want to use protein at all, that's fine just add more sweetener. 
  • Peanut butter: replace with the nut butter of your choice (almond butter, cashew butter, walnut butter) or sunflower seed butter for a nut-free recipe.
  • Blueberries: You can use frozen or fresh.
  • No calorie sweetener: you can use stevia, honey, agave or maple syrup or any other sweetener you like.

Protein Blueberry Yoghurt Pudding

Recipe by Frixos Dimitriadis Course: Breakfast, Snacks