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Protein Pumpkin Bread Pudding! Cause We Just Can't Get Enough!

October 19, 2017

 

PROTEIN PUMPKIN BREAD PUDDING

 

All the flavors of Autumn without the junk! This recipe is super easy, it just takes a long time to make.  Don't worry - the waiting is the hardest part. Just be sure to make this with intention of not going anywhere for a couple of hours. Ideally, make this recipe in the evening right after dinner so you can have it for the morning! This dish is creamy, decadent, and delicious! Exactly the way a satisfying sweet treat should be! Diet modifications are listed after the recipe so if you're vegan, keto, paleo, or whole 30, we have you covered! Now I'm not much of a calorie counter because I pay more attention to the ingredients, making sure they're clean and natural.  However, we do have calories listed below in case you need them! Enjoy!

 

Time: 75-90 Minutes  Yields: 16

CAL: 218 | CARBS: 11 |  FATS: 18 | PROTEIN: 9 | SUGAR: 4

 

INGREDIENTS 

-1 large can of pumpkin or 4 cups of pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix)

-1 cup almond meal/flour

-3/ 4 cup of one of the following: pure cane syrup, real maple syrup, coconut sugar,  Medjool dates, or if you want a sugar free option choose Stevia or Truvia

- 2 cups cashew or almond milk

- 6 eggs

-¾ teaspoon cinnamon

-¾ teaspoon ginger

-¼ teaspoon nutmeg

- 4 scoops protein powder

 

METHOD

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees

  2. Spray 2 bread baking pans with cooking spray

  3. Mix all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl

  4. Pour batter evenly into both pans

  5. Bake for 60 minutes – check the bread pudding with a toothpick and keep it in as long as needed.  I set the timer for 10 minutes and check every ten minutes.

 

 

Tips:  We bake it at a low temperature so it cooks evenly and doesn’t burn.  Feel free to fold in 1 cup of walnuts or carob chips/unsweetened chocolate chips after the ingredients are mixed together.  The consistency should be like baked custard pudding.

 

Sweetener options per diet:

Paleo: Cane syrup, coconut sugar, maple syrup, medjool dates

Whole 30: Medjool dates

Keto: Truvia or Stevia

Vegan/Plant-based: substitute 1 tablespoon of flax seed + 3 tablespoons of water to substitute for 1 egg

 

Optional Garnish: Almonds,molasses drizzle,cocoa powder

 

 

 

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