It’s time to party! Celebrate summer with these protein packed Vanilla Birthday Cake pops!
It doesn’t have to be your birthday to feed your birthday cake cravings! Popsicles are such a fun thing to make during the summer. You can make them fruity, colorful, healthy, indulgent, themed – the choice is yours. And today we just couldn’t resist cake batter and sprinkles!
Bari Life’s Vanilla Birthday Cake Pudding Pops are happy, fun, and perfect for any bariatric diet and healthy lifestyle!
Check out the full recipe and celebrate just because! Only 4 ingredients and possibly one of the easiest popsicle recipes you could make! This cool twist on birthday cake will keep you in party mode all summer long. =)
1. Bari Life Vanilla Protein Pudding/Shake – 7 packets come in one box. You only need 2-3 packets to make 4 large popsicles! 2. Mayfield’s Dairy Pure Fat Free Skim Milk (or brand of choice) – 4oz of cold milk for each packet 3. Store bought mini spongecakes – we used 2 cakes for 4 popsicles 4. Favorite Rainbow Sprinkles!
The Bari Life Vanilla Protein Pudding/Shakes are super quick and easy to make. For the pudding consistency, which we will be making today, you only add 4 ounces of milk (or water) for each packet.
For a shake consistency, you add 8 ounces of milk (or water). If you use water instead of milk it will produce an icy pop instead of a creamy pop. Using water would also reduce calories. The vanilla mix can be used in countless recipes!
Not only is this product Gluten Free, but it is Soy Free too! One packet has only 80 calories and 15 grams of protein per serving.
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