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Many of you have heard of Martin Berkhan’s protein fluff invention that has suddenly become a massive hit amongst those in the lean fitness circle. I’m a huge fan of it, due to the fact it’s easy to make and doubles as a dessert (seriously). I have a serving pretty much every night, with my fiancée steeling the spoon out of my hand to take part of the action (on more than one occasion mind you).

Ingredients used in the video

– 1.45 Scoops Casein protein (Optimum Nutrition)
– 1/2-3/4 cup low fat milk
– Heaped teaspoon Virgin Coconut oil
– Handful frozen raspberries

Be creative here

Sometimes I’ll add a raw egg, or flax seeds and some oats just to change the texture. It all blends and tastes pretty darn good.

UPDATE: Note from Martin on protein fluff

“Problem is you ain’t making fluff there but some sludge/mud like substance. There’s no fluff in that fluff if you get what I mean. You simply can’t get it done in a Magic Bullet the way you made it there. Without the fluff & with added fats, it takes away a lot that makes it a great treat in the first place, i.e. being a very low calorie & high volume treat. Planning on making a vid myself soon.”

Point taken — ill be trialling various other methods with the bullet and posting them here soon…

The main point of the video was to display what can be done in a relatively short time with the Magic Bullet. Sure its not traditional fluff due to the added fats, but it still makes for a decent dessert.

Clint’s Note: Got any killer techniques or recipes for protein fluff? Comment below.

Clint Nielsen

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Clint is a dad and husband trying to stay in shape. He's also a highly opinionated fitness enthusiast and author of Reveal The Steel. Follow him on: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Google+

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  • Hey Clint,
    I actually saw your video on youtube showing how to make this protein fluff. Looks good man, I may try this soon.
    Subscribed to your youtube channel a couple weeks ago and look forward to more videos from you.


  • This looks pretty good.

    Is there any way you can provide the general nutritional value?

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Nice.

    That’s actually very similar to a few ice cream recipes I use in my Vitamix blender.

    However, I don’t think you could make my ice cream recipes the same without without a Vitamix. blender.

    What I can tell you is that adding 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of guar gum is a cheap, calorie-free way to thicken the recipe you are using.

    Actually guar gum is a nice thickening agent for any protein shake.

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