We’ve had some innovative protein powder recipes on our site so far, but we’ve got to hand it to Chef Bob on this one. Did you ever think you’d see a recipe for a protein-packed whoopie pie?
You’ll want the Cookies and Cream flavor of Cellcucor COR-Performance Whey Protein for this one. Also note before getting underway that you’ll need a muffin tin!
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Keep on reading for the recipe:
The Chef Bob Transcription
“Today we are going to be using the COR-Performance Cookies & Cream Whey for another Chef Bob recipe. This time we’ll be making homemade whoopie pies, aka homemade Oreos. After seeing one of my students today in class eating a whoopie pie I thought to myself, let’s give it a go!
50 grams of extra-fluffy pancake mix, a little bit of baking powder, three grams of Splenda, eight grams of the sugar-free fat-free pudding mix, and 10 grams of cocoa. So we’ll give ourselves a nice little chocolate base.
Wet ingredient-wise, I have one egg white stiffened to a firm peak (about three to five minutes with a hand mixer), a little bit of vanilla extract added to our dry ingredients, and we’ll do a dash of almond milk. Use around 15 to 20 grams or so, just a little in there to keep it together. Now, last but not least we fold in our egg white.
Now you’re probably thinking, what’s the Cookies and Cream about? This is going to be the filling, so we’re going to bake our whoopie pies, then we’re going to use the filling which I’ve prepared already. The filling was 20 grams of cream cheese, and 75 grams of Greek yogurt and regular plain yogurt. So, around six ounces and 20 grams of the fat-free cream cheese, 20 grams of the COR-Performance whey.
So I’ll fold this together like I have in all my other videos, and I’ll come back and we’ll line up our muffin tray and get these bad boys in the oven!
Now, take a muffin tray and cooking spray, and make sure to spray these really good. Because we’re not going to put a lot of the batter (which is pretty thick) at the bottom, you just want to put enough in there to spread around and cover the bottom. So this way when they cook they come out flat and that’s how we want them. They’re gonna rise but you want to make sure they’re a bit on the flatter side.
So evenly distribute your batter into each of the muffin containers and spread it out with your spoon. And then what we’re gonna do is place it in the oven at 350 for about 10 minutes. This won’t take long, these are very small and very short. Pull them out, let them cool for a bit and and we’ll put our stuffing together and make our homemade whoopie pies.
About 10 minutes in the oven and these came out in nice little small circles. So, I’ll pull out our Cookies & Cream pudding, and all we do is take the pudding and put that in between. Then place a whoopie pie right on top. And repeat the process with all the rest. And that right there ladies and gentlemen will be your Cellucor Cookies & Cream Whoopie Pies, or little mini Oreos. Hope you enjoyed the recipe!”