Mint protein pudding

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Recipe Identity Card

  • 153 KCal Calories per serving
  • Easy difficulty
  • Doses for 2 people
  • Preparation 20 minutes
  • Low cost
  • Note 5 minutes for preparation; 5 minutes for cooking; 10 minutes of cooling

Recipe Category: Sweets and Desserts / Functional Recipes / Protein Recipes / Mint Protein Pudding


  • 200 ml of milk
  • 17 g of rice flour
  • 36 g of whey protein
  • 65 ml (about 6 tablespoons) of mint syrup

Materials Needed

  • Casserole for cooking pudding
  • Pudding cups
  • Wooden spoon for mixing
  • Lollipop pan (if necessary)
  • Steel spoon to dose the syrup (if necessary)


There are two ways to prepare the mint protein pudding. In the attached video a standard method is proposed, but there is an alternative (and perhaps more practical and simple) way to implement it. Therefore, both methods are listed below.

Method 1 (video)

  1. Mix well the rice flour and the whey protein.
  2. In a saucepan, boil the milk.
  3. When the milk has reached the ideal temperature, slowly pour in the mix of rice flour and whey protein and, with a whisk, mix quickly to break up the lumps.
  4. Pour in the mint syrup and bring to a boil over low heat (to prevent the mixture from sticking to the saucepan) for a couple of minutes.
  5. In the meantime, moisten two pudding molds with a drop of water: in this way, the subsequent detachment of the pudding from the mold will be favored.
  6. When the pudding has thickened, pour it into the molds and let it rest in the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes, so that the pudding takes the shape of the mold.
  7. Serve garnishing as desired with a mint sauce and some chocolate-covered sticks.

Method 2 (easy alternative)

  1. In a small saucepan, melt the proteins by pouring the milk while still cold.
  2. When they are completely dissolved, add the rice flour, stirring constantly to prevent lumps from forming.
  3. Now add the mint syrup, essential to give the pudding the refreshing mint aroma and to give it a pleasant bright green tint.
  4. Stir constantly bringing the casserole to a boil: wait a couple of minutes (in this short time, the rice flour is allowed to cook perfectly).
  5. Now that the mixture is thick, it can be poured into cups previously moistened with a drop of water.
  6. Let the pudding cool for a few minutes; later, you can turn it over on a plate and decorate as you like.

Alice's comment - PersonalCooker

The intake of mint protein pudding, as well as during the summer months for its refreshing characteristic, is indicated after training because this dessert contains an important amount of carbohydrates (medium and high glycemic index).

Also try the cocoa oat pudding

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