Time 4 Chocolate Coconut Protein Porridge

By @Average.Geoff


To make this Chocolate Coconut Protein Porridge recipe, you will need:

1/2 Cup Oats
2 Scoops Time 4 Nutrition Whey Protein Vanilla Coconut Flavour
3/4 Cup Milk (can use water and will drop macros down)
1 tsp Dessicated Coconut
15g Dark Chocolate (>80%)
1 tsp Cocoa


Because mars will flat out sue my butt these definitely aren't in the style of a Bounty bar...but they are a taste of...somewhere really nice 😁

Wang the Oats and Milk/Water in a pan or microwave and cook until bloody hot! Next, sling in the protein powder and mix through. (Don't be tempted to mix in the powder before cooking as something weird always happens to make it a strange consistency that I'm just not down with).
Pour half of the mix in a bowl and then stir the Cocoa into the remaining half before pouring into one side of the bowl. Add the topping all fancy or just get busy with a spoon and mix it up!!

Have a belting day, stay strong and get stronger!!! 😎πŸ’ͺπŸ‘

Calories: 387
Protein: 32
Carbs: 40
Fat: 11

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