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High Protein Yoghurt Topping

Orla Walsh, RD
Orla Walsh, RD
Orla Walsh is a Registered Dietitian, owner of Orla Walsh Nutrition, former performance nutritionist to the Irish Olympic team and 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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