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    Apr 11, 2015

    17 Ways To Eat Protein For Dessert

    Who needs protein bars when you can eat peanut butter cups?

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    1. Strawberry Shortcake Protein Overnight Oatmeal w/ Greek Yogurt

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    Strawberry shortcake with 10.5 grams of protein per serving. Get the recipe here, via Dashing Dish.

    2. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Bites

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    Just two of these cookie dough bites hold 10 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via Sweat Treats and More.

    3. Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Cups

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    Eat two of these peanut butter cups for 12.8 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via Peanut Butter and Fitness.

    4. Whole Wheat Strawberry Banana Protein Muffins

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    Make these muffins using Greek yogurt and vanilla whey (2 muffins = 16.8g of protein.) They also come with vitamin C, fiber, and potassium (bonus points). Get the recipe here, via iFoodreal.

    5. Red Velvet Protein Bites

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    Vegan, gluten free, paleo AND just 2 brownies have 10 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via Nutrifitmama.

    6. Banana Breakfast Cheesecakes

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    Skinny. Banana. Cheesecakes. 13.6 grams of protein and less than 200 calories. Get the recipe here, via Amy's Healthy Baking.

    7. Banana Protein Baked Oatmeal Cups

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    These mini banana muffins contain 3 grams of healthy fats, 9 grams of complex carbs, 4 grams of protein, and only 2 grams of natural sugar. Get the recipe here, via iFoodreal.

    8. Healthy Cinnamon Roll Protein Oatmeal

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    You can make this insanely tasty dish–which packs 22.8 grams of protein–in under 10 minutes. Get the recipe here, via Food Faith Fitness.

    9. High Protein Chocolate & Pumpkin Pudding

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    Chocolate, pumpkin, cinnamon, and vanilla flavors all swirled into this favorite childhood snack. Just 1/2 a cup yields 10 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via Power Hungry.

    10. Nutella Fudge Protein Bars

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    Sugar free. Gluten free. Dairy free. Vegan. 16.5 grams of protein. AND tastes like Nutella. Get the recipe here, via Desserts with Benefits.

    11. Protein Pumpkin Bars

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    Even when topped with the tangy greek yogurt frosting, each bar only comes out to 70 calories. (1 bar = 7 grams of protein.) Get the recipe here, via Made with Love.

    12. No Bake White Chocolate Raspberry Protein Cookies

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    Gluten free, vegan and high in protein, this is the perfect snack for between meals or workouts and only takes 5 minutes to make! (3 cookies = 15g of protein.) Get the recipe here, via The Big Man's World.

    13. 5-Ingredient (No Bake) Protein Bars

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    Perfect for a snack, breakfast, or lunch, these no-bake bars are easy, inexpensive, and have 11 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via Chew Out Loud.

    14. Funfetti Protein Pancakes

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    Icing + Sprinkles + Pancakes. And it has 45 grams of protein per serving. Get the recipe here, via Peanut Butter and Fitness.

    15. Healthy Carrot Cake Truffles

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    Delicious bites made with walnuts, coconut oil, gluten free flour, vanilla protein, and coated with the must-have Greek yogurt icing. Eat 3 for 12 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via The Big Man's World.

    16. Protein Churro Cheesecake Bars

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    These healthy churro bars are made with Pillsbury Crescent Rolls and pack 11 grams of protein. Get the recipe here, via The Epicurean Body Builder.

    17. 100-Calorie Raspberry Chocolate Chip Protein Brownies

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    Deliciously rich, gooey, gluten-free brownies made with chocolate protein powder (2 brownies = 10 grams of protein.) Get the recipe here, via Ambitious Kitchen.