ProYo Banana Pudding Yogurt Cakes

I am one who firmly believes that other than your birthday it should only be an adults right to have cake for breakfast. Unless, they are frozen yogurt cakes. Frozen yogurt cakes are yummy single serve frozen yogurts that you can load with toppings, cookies, or whatever on the bottom and and add yogurt for the “cake” flip it over and it’s a Upside Down Frozen Yogurt Treat!  It’s hard to find a good frozen yogurt like everything something that was supposed to be a healthier alternative can now be considered as sugary over indulgence. I’ve stumbled upon a Yummy Protein Frozen Yogurt that will meat your ice cream craving.

ProYo is a new yummy treat that my family cannot get enough! Before ProYo came to my house they would go through quart after quart of ice cream.  I say they because I couldn’t eat it with my dairy sensitivities BUT then there came ProYo and now I can indulge too.  When I say indulge it really isn’t a guilty pleasure because it’s actually pretty nutrient dense for a frozen treat; containing cultured probiotics, 15 g of Carbs, 20g of Protein and 2 g of fat! They are junk free treats which is very important to me Soy Free, Gluten Free, GMO free, Yep! These bad boys totally fit into my macros seamlessly.  They also have are diabetic friendly testing at a glycemic level of 27 and taste like creamy homemade ice cream. They are so good. I have had protein frozen yogurt that has that weird protein taste and not with these. You wouldn’t even know there was protein in them.

I like to try new things so I saw someone make a “yogurt cake” on IG and I of course went to waste time on Pinterest.  After many variations and sips of water to ward off the craving I decided to give it a try with my ProYo for a  different dessert! THEN I had a brilliant idea to try these yummy raw cookies that I make from my favorite Sweets in the Raw by Laura Marquis. It’s a no sugar added, sugar free, raw sweets cookbook of really easy delicious recipes with affordable ingredients.  So, I made the Chocolate Chip Cookies and the Vanilla Bean Macaroons to place on the bottom and they turned out amazing. The Banana takes like Banana Pudding which is a favorite treat of mine and also the recipe. You can have this for Breakfast, Snack or dessert and you are going to be getting the Protein, Fiber, Pre and Probiotics that your tummy needs to start or end your day.  ProYo just in the tube is great for post workout snack.  If you want to find ProYo at your local grocers check it out here and let me know what you think?

This year I have made it a goal to show people that you can live, indulge and enjoy on healthy food that taste good and ProYo got all those and then some covered. We want to have to a try too so we are giving away now- January 21, 2016 some ProYo swag. Just enter to win here:

 

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No Bake Banana Pudding Yogurt Cakes

Yield: 3 cakes

No Bake Banana Pudding Yogurt Cakes

Ingredients

  • 1 Tube of Vanilla Bean ProYo, softened (not melted)
  • 1 Tube of Banana ProYo, softened (not melted)
  • "Cake"
  • 3/4 c unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1 tbsp. Coconut oil melted
  • 1 tbsp. Date paste
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt (not optional)

Instructions

  1. Place Cup cake liners in cupcake tin (preferably Silicone Cupcake Liners. Paper make stick to frozen yogurt
  2. Pulse in food processor till well blended but still chunky
  3. Mash 2-3 tbsp of mix into the bottom of cupcake liner
  4. fill with Banana ProYo 2/3 to top
  5. fill with Vanilla Bean ProYo 1/3 top
  6. Freeze for 30 minutes
  7. Enjoy

Notes

Date Paste Recipe: 8 Oz of medjool dates (take pits out) 1/2c water 1 tsp vanilla Blend till turns into paste

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20 comments to ProYo Banana Pudding Yogurt Cakes

  • kookyrunner  says:

    My favorite treat is ice cream, so this is a great alternative!

    • De  says:

      It really is very creamy nothing like Frozen Yogurt!

  • Brian DePersis  says:

    I just make a berry smoothie, freeze it in pop containers and love them!

    • debolton  says:

      Perfect! Satisfying and good for you that should be a definition a treat. Yum!

  • Lora @ Crazy Running Girl  says:

    Ooh! I love frozen grapes.

    • De  says:

      I haven’t had those in a while I think I need to make that happen. mm mm

  • Lena  says:

    I never thought of using ProYo like this! Thank you!

    • De  says:

      Once you start you’ll find lots more creative uses. Let me know if you come up with any!

  • Saidah Washington  says:

    My favorite frozen treat are smoothie pops.

    • De  says:

      Oo that would be great for my girls too for treats. If it’s healthy is it still a treat? haha

  • ashlea  says:

    My favorite frozen treat is milkshakes. I could drink those all day.

    • De  says:

      You sound like your Grandmother lol. I wish I could have milkshakes they are the best!

  • Tracy  says:

    Those look delicious! I’d love to try one.

    • De  says:

      So good and easy I hope you do!

  • Amy Lauren  says:

    I really like ice cream and milkshakes, especially heath bar milkshakes. I try to replicate them with protein shakes and it’s not too bad, though!

    • De  says:

      I love TOFFEE I would love your shake recipe that sounds so good!

  • Jeffrey  says:

    My favorite frozen treat is ice cream and the flavor you’ll find in my fridge as of lately is Double Dunker by Turkey Hill. Its a mocha ice cream with cookie dough and Oreo type cookie pieces!

    • De  says:

      Oh that sounds BEYOND good! Need to tip off my oldest daughter to that all her favorite flavors in a pint she’ll love it.

  • Ammie Black  says:

    My fav frozen treat is ice cream…and I love group but I know it isn’t healthy…would love to try this!

  • Audrianna Gindratt  says:

    I absolutely love ice cream and it is my weakness. God bless your creativity and obedience to him to share. I would definitely purchase these for my family.

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