Red Velvet Protein Cupcake

 

Hello, my name is Vanessa and I am a recovering sugar addict.

Sugar makes me do crazy things. I once begged a stranger at a concession stand for the last box of  Starburst Reds. Don’t judge me, you would have done the same! The man called me a joke and walked away but guess who had a box of Starburst Reds in her hands? ME!

Red Velvet Protein Cupcake

Once okay maybe twice, I’ve woken up with empty candy wrappers beside my pillow. Oh and then there was this one time in college when I fell asleep sitting up on a couch with a bowl of ice cream nestled on my lap. I protect the things I love.

Red Velvet Protein Cupcake

Sugar, it’s a hell of a drug! Studies have proven that sugar is more addictive than cocaine, so if you’re reading this and judging…ask yourself, what would YOU do for a Klondike Bar? Or a cup of coffee on a Monday morning after a 2.5 hours commute!?

Red Velvet Protein Cupcake

Though I have lowered my daily sugar intake over the last year, the cravings have not subsided. Solution? Make a 90 Second Red Velvet Protein Cupcake. MTS Red Velvet Protein Powder is responsible for the cupcakes delicious bakery taste and vibrant red color. Enjoy it as a meal replacement, a snack, breakfast, or dessert!

Guys, run to your kitchen, make this cupcake, comment and share your opinion below, then repeat tomorrow…this cupcake is heavenly and look below at how healthy it is!

Ingredients

  • MTS Red Velvet Protein Powder, 1 scoop
  • Buckwheat Pancake Mix, 1 serving
  • Water, 5 tablespoons (add more water if batter is too thick)

Topping

  • Fage Fat Free Yogurt, 1 tablespoon
  • Unsweetened Cocoa Powder, 1 teaspoon

Directions

  1. Spray a microwave safe mug or ramekin with fat free, non-stick cooking spray
  2. Combine ingredients in a small bowl and mix well
  3. Pour batter into a mug or ramekin and microwave for 90 seconds (monitor your cupcake to avoid batter overflow)
  4. Allow it to cool down for 5 minutes then, using a butter knife, carefully remove cupcake then plate
  5. Eat it as is or get crazy and top it with yogurt!

Nutritional Facts (w/o Greek yogurt and unsweetened cocoa)

  • 303 calories
  • 31g protein
  • 5g fat
  • 6g fiber
  • 3g sugar
  • 36g carbs

Red Velvet Protein Cupcake

 

About Vanessa L

My name is Vanessa, and I’m a 29 year old Personal Chef in the Greater Boston Area. Nothing gives me more pleasure than watching friends and families gather together to enjoy a good meal that I’ve created. Full Bio »

Comments

  1. these look delicious, vanessa! such pretty photos too. and it’s hard not to be addicted to sugar!!!

  2. i need like 10 of these!!

  3. wow this looks SO good! i can’t believe how much protein it has. perfect for vegetarians :)

  4. What about fruit? Is that good sugar or is that still sugar you should be aware of? I remember all the things I did for a Klondike bar and “Ain’t no shame ladies do your thang, just make sure you ahead of the game”-Missy Elliot

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