In keeping with the festive fall feeling we’ve had going here lately, Chef Bob has some Molten Chocolate Pumpkin Fudge Brownies for our snacking pleasure. These are very low-fat, and the pumpkin content will also help to suppress appetite — just one brownie will do you for a snack or dessert and it’ll get you some extra quality protein in to boot.
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The Pumpkin Fudge Protein Brownie Recipe Transcription
“Welcome back, Cellucor Nation, we’re back and today we’re making Molten Chocolate Pumpkin Fudge Brownies. Throwing in some Libby’s pumpkin, a little Hershey cocoa, and we’re going to make some delicious, low-calorie protein brownies.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Your ingredients will be one scoop of COR-Performance Molten Chocolate Whey (34 grams), one-and-a-half servings of the extra fluffy complete pancake mix from Walmart (60 grams), one serving of sugar-free fat-free Jello pudding mix (I’m using vanilla – eight grams worth), one tablespoon of Hershey cocoa (about 12 grams), a dash of salt to enhance flavor, a dash of baking powder to help it rise, and a half cup of Splenda to help sweeten the final product.
And for our wet ingredients we’ll have a half a cup of Libby’s pumpkin (122 grams), pumpkin is also a great fat alternative just like yogurt and bananas. A dash of vanilla extract, and we are going to add two egg whites to the mix. As our oven pre-heats, we’re going to take a hand mixer, blend this up and we will be right back.
So the oven is pre-heated, now we take a little 6×6 or 9×9 tray, coat it with cooking spray. And your batter should be very thick, you’re gonna take a spatula, as you can see it’s very thick and sticks to the spatula. Drop it in the tray, even it out, and we’re gonna place it in the oven for about 20 to 25 minutes. Then we’ll see how our brownies do come out.
So our brownies are complete, very soft, very moist. What you can do is transfer this to a cutting board, and you can cut this into as many servings as you would like.
The whole recipe is seven grams of fat, 40 grams of protein and 70 grams of carbs for a 9×9 tray of brownies. Guys, enjoy the recipe!”
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