Protein Puppy Chow - Earth Fed Muscle
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November 04, 2020 1 min read

Football and game-day snacks go together like peanut butter and chocolate. And you know what else goes together with peanut butter and chocolate? Chex cereal, powdered sugar, and Earth Fed Muscle Ca-Cow whey! Combine all these ingredients for a power packed and better-for-you Protein Puppy Chow. This treat can be made lower in sugar by substituting in sugar free chocolate chips and/or a powdered erythritol.

+6 Cups Chex cereal
+2/3 Cup chocolate chips
+1/3 Cup natural peanut butter
+1 Tbsp Coconut Oil
+3/4 Cup powdered sugar
+1 scoop Earth Fed Muscle Ca-cow Chocolate Whey

Begin by measuring out your cereal into a large bowl and set aside. Next, add your chocolate chips, peanut butter, and coconut oil to a microwave safe container and heat 30 seconds at a time until everything is melted and well combined. Once your peanut butter and chocolate mixture is fully melted, pour it on top of your cereal and mix to coat thoroughly. Be careful not to crush your cereal! Next, grab a gallon ziploc bag and add your powdered sugar and protein powder to it. Add your coated cereal to the bag, zip to close and shake that puppy around (is that why they call it puppy chow?) until all the pieces are well coated. If your cereal is still warm, let it cool completely before storing in an air tight container.

 


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