Sunday, July 30, 2017


In case you haven't noticed, it's hot y'all. I live in Texas now, so I'm allowed to say y'all when talking about the heat. The summer is flying by. Heck, this whole year is flying by. We spend our weekend days looking for ways to cool off.

I made these refreshing delicious protein fudge popsicles with my chocolate Premier Protein powder.

I am a Premier Protein ambassador and this post is sponsored by Premier Protein. All opinions are my own. If I hated it, I'd tell you. This post contains affiliate links, that means if you click on a link in this post and make a purchase, I make a small percentage of the sale with no additional cost to you. No one is getting rich here, it just helps with the running (pun intended) of this blog. 

With only four ingredients, they were so easy to put together and taste just as delicious as those fudge pops you buy from the store, but healthier with 30 grams of protein (per scoop) only two grams of sugar and no artificial sweeteners, flavors or colors in Premier Protein chocolate protein powder. These are a great post workout snack to cool off and protein up!


1 scoop of chocolate Premier Protein powder
2 cups of chocolate almond milk
1 tsp cocoa powder
1 tsp vanilla extract

Mix up the ingredients in a blender and pour the liquid into popsicle molds. I found popsicle molds at Kroger but they are also available on Amazon. Freeze for three to four hours then run molds under hot water to loosen the popsicles from the molds.

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