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20 Best Chocolate Protein Powder Recipes

Thanks to these easy chocolate protein powder recipes, you can hit the gym and still enjoy something sweet and indulgent.

I’m talking cookies, cakes, muffins, and even ice cream!

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What’s better than a chocolatey treat after a long day? A chocolatey treat that’s healthy, of course!

Protein powder is jam-packed with nutrients, so you can feel good about every mouthful.

And whether you like creamy shakes or something more sinful, there are so many sweet possibilities.

Don’t believe me? Try these chocolate protein powder recipes and see for yourself!

They’re ideal as post-workout snacks or on-the-go breakfasts. Enjoy!

20 Easy Protein Powder Recipes for Chocolate Lovers

1. Chocolate Protein Pancakes

Pancakes are one of the best breakfast foods out there. But they’re not always the healthiest choice.

But that’s when these protein-packed hotcakes come in!

Made with chocolate protein powder and old-fashioned oats, they’re also topped with fresh strawberries and powdered sugar. Delish!

So put a little pep in your morning step with these chocolate protein pancakes. They’re the perfect, tasty way to start your day.

2. Healthy Protein Brownies

Fudgy, chocolatey, and healthy? Sign me up!

These healthy protein brownies are a miracle treat. And they’re just what you need if you get severe chocolate cravings.

Made in just one bowl, they’re so healthy, you could even have one for breakfast.

And between the almond butter, protein powder, maple syrup, and almond milk, you’ll crave them all day long.

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3. Dark Chocolate Peppermint Protein Shake

‘Tis the season for all kinds of chocolatey treats! And this dark chocolate peppermint protein shake is a terrific way to enjoy festive flavors.

Featuring protein powder, frozen banana, and peppermint extract, it’s fun, fresh, and comes with an added boost of protein to boot.

Serve this fabulous shake with a candy cane decoration and a whipped cream topping (use coconut nut cream to keep it vegan).

4. Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Bars

These chocolate and peanut butter protein bars are so fudgy, they’re almost like cookie dough.

And with all the colorful M&Ms, they’re sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.

You’ll only need seven ingredients, so these bars are healthier than regular peanut butter cookies. And they taste just as delicious!

Chewy, thick, and delicious, you won’t be able to resist. Enjoy them as a post-workout treat or as an afternoon snack.

5. Easy No Bake Protein Balls

Looking for an extra boost of energy? These easy no-bake protein balls are a great way to power you through the day. 

Choose between four tasty flavors: chocolate-peanut butter, tahini-chocolate chip, cinnamon-raisin, and almond joy.

It’s hard to choose just one, so I suggest making them all!

They’re so easy to grab and go, and they’ll give you that sugary hit you’re craving.

6. Protein Chocolate Lava Cake for One

You deserve some serious indulgence. And this protein chocolate lava cake for one is just the ticket. 

It’s too good to share. But luckily, you don’t have to! This personal-sized treat is just for you.

The outside is soft and tender, while the middle is ooey-gooey and dreamy. It’s so scrummy, you’ll want to lick the plate clean. 

7. Chocolate Protein Fudge – 3 Ingredients, No Bake, Magic!

Short on time? No worries, you can still whip up a gorgeous, sweet treat.

Chocolate protein fudge only takes 15 minutes to make, and it’s no-bake, too!

Better yet, this rich chocolate fudge requires no heavy cream. Instead, you’ll need chocolate nut butter, chocolate protein powder, and coconut flour. 

How easy is that?

These protein-rich chocolatey fudge bars make for a great any-time-of-day treat.

I like them as an on-the-go snack, but they’re also yummy with my mid-morning coffee!

8. Chocolate Microwave Protein Cheesecake

This chocolate microwave protein cheesecake is pure magic.

A simple blend of eggs, cream cheese, Greek yogurt, and protein powder, it’s ready in just four minutes.

Yeah, four minutes! 

You’ll also include cocoa powder to boost the flavor and sweetener to keep it from being too bitter.

Hot tip: once the cheesecake is out of the microwave, leave it to cool in the fridge for about half an hour. I know it’s hard to wait, but it’s so worth it!

9. Chocolate Protein Ice Cream

It might sound crazy, but yes, chocolate ice cream can be healthy! And here’s all the proof you need!

This chocolate protein nice cream makes for a fabulous post-workout snack. And all you need is a handful of ingredients you probably already have on hand.

It’s made with frozen bananas, chocolate protein powder, cocoa, vanilla, and almond milk.

If you love soft serve, go ahead and eat this tasty treat right away. But if ice cream is more your style, freeze it for at least a couple of hours.

Don’t forget to top it with your favorite sprinkles!

10. Protein Popsicle

If you’re looking for a protein-packed treat to enjoy on a hot summer day, give these protein popsicles a go. 

Hitting the gym when the temperature is through the roof isn’t always easy. But when you have these treats waiting at home, it’s a little easier. 

Let these popsicles freeze for a little before inserting the popsicle sticks.

This is also a great time to add any toppings. Fruit, granola, coconut, or chocolate chips are all great choices!

11. Chocolate Whey Protein Cookies Recipe (with Peanut Butter)

Enjoy one of these chocolate whey protein cookies with a cup of tea or coffee for the perfect afternoon snack. 

They’re easy to make, delicious, and packed with goodness.

It takes just 30 minutes to make a batch of twelve, and you’ll only need chocolate whey powder, chocolate chips, peanut butter, and flaxseed.

So, what are you waiting for? Get to baking!

12. No-Bake Chocolate Protein Bars

Looking for a new post-workout snack? Whip up a batch of these no-bake chocolate protein bars. 

These scrumptious bars taste amazingly chocolatey. And they’re actually good for you!

Now, that’s a win-win. 

Mix together protein powder, peanut butter, cocoa powder, almond flour, and maple syrup. And there you have it.

That’s all you need to make these chewy treats! Yum.

13. Chocolate Covered Strawberry Protein Smoothie

Make your everyday protein shake extra special, and try this chocolate-covered strawberry protein smoothie instead. 

Chocolate-covered strawberries are the ultimate in decadent desserts. So, why not make a delicious protein smoothie out of them?

It’s healthy and delicious!

Not only is this smoothie loaded with protein, but it’s also packed with nutrition. And a tablespoon of chia seeds adds an extra boost of fiber to this tasty drink. 

14. Chocolate Protein Crepes

These chocolate protein crepes make for the most amazing treat.

Just mix chocolate protein powder, cocoa powder, almond milk, and egg whites. That’s double the protein!

They’re chock-full of protein, and they’re also gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb, and keto.

15. Chocolate Protein Powder Oatmeal

Start your day off right with a big bowl of this chocolate protein powder oatmeal.

This breakfast is so delicious, you’ll be leaping out of bed to grab a bowl.

It’s packed full of everything you need to power you through the morning. And it’s so hearty, sweet, and chewy, you’ll want to lick the bowl clean.

I mean, who doesn’t love chocolate for breakfast? 

16. Chocolate Raspberry Protein Smoothie

Healthy and nutritious, this chocolate and raspberry protein smoothie is superb. And it only has three ingredients.

Simply blitz up frozen raspberries, chocolate protein powder, and milk. Then pour it into your favorite glass and enjoy! 

This smoothie makes for a great post-workout protein snack. It’s fruity, delicious, and good for you.

What more could you want? 

Make it extra creamy and sweet with some frozen banana chunks too!

17. Double Chocolate Protein Muffins

You won’t believe how easy to make these muffins are.

They’re fudgy, delicious, and packed with thirteen grams of protein too. And they make for a great grab-and-go snack or an extra special breakfast treat.

Spoiler alert: the secret is to use a blender!

Just throw everything in and mix away!

18. Amazing 100-Calorie Chocolate Protein Banana Bread

The next time you’re craving something sweet on a low-cal diet, this fantastic one hundred calorie chocolate protein banana bread is just the ticket! 

One slice is just one hundred calories – how amazing is that? Plus, it’s brimming with protein, making it the ideal post-workout treat.

This chocolate banana bread is as good as it gets. So, go ahead and have a second slice. 

19. Chocolate Chia Protein Pudding

Smooth, thick, and creamy, this chocolate chia protein pudding is just as good as a chocolate mousse. 

The thick and creamy texture is heavenly, and it’s wonderfully sweet. Better still, you only need a few minutes to make it!

And it’s chock-full of nutrition. From the protein powder to the chia seeds, this pudding has plenty of goodness.

Add some sliced fruit to the top and get stuck in. 

20. Chocolate Protein Cake In A Mug

In the mood for a speedy treat? This chocolate protein cake in a mug is effortless to whip up. 

It’s just what you need when craving something chocolatey but want to be healthy. Plus, it’s perfectly portioned to avoid tempting leftovers.

And all it takes is a mug and a microwave!

Top with ice cream, chocolate frosting, whipped cream, or anything you want!

20 Best Chocolate Protein Powder Recipes

Thanks to these easy and decadent chocolate protein powder recipes, you can hit the gym and still enjoy something sweet and indulgent. You’re welcome!


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Kim - InsanelyGood
Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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