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High Protein Yoghurt Topping

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Orla Walsh, RD
Orla Walsh is a Registered Dietitian and Physiologist. Orla is the founder of Orla Walsh Nutrition, she is the former performance nutritionist to the Irish Olympic team and is regular contributor for the Irish Independent newspaper, RTE and Newstalk FM.
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Some evenings I have a hankering for something sweet. I like yoghurt in the evening time, and because it’s a casein-rich protein option, it’s ideal for night time. Casein is a slow release protein, great at filling you up.

When I was younger we never got the yoghurts where you up-ended the little corner pot into the big pot. This may be because they weren’t the healthiest and my mum was health-focused, or it may have been the sheer cost of them! Anyway, this reminds me of them.

It makes 10 portions. Each portion is 3 dessert spoons.


  • 2 cups of rice krispies (60g)
  • 1 cup of chocolate whey (2 scoops or 60g)
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter (140g)
  • Some honey to sweeten (40g)

How to make it

  • Put the rice krispies and whey into a bowl.
  • Put the peanut butter and honey into a cereal bowl. Melt in the microwave for about 30 seconds. Then stir and add into the bowl of the rice krispes and whey.
  • Stir them together and then let them cool down.
  • Store in an airtight container in the press.

Nutritional Information

If you eat 3 dessert spoons on top of 150g quark or Skyr.

  • Just under 220kcal
  • 22g protein

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