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Vanilla flavoured ready to mix protein based custard powder with micellar casein, skimmed milk powder, egg white powder and with sweetener.
Eliminate the guilt from your after-dinner indulgences with this high protein custard mix. Simply mix with water and microwave for 30-45 seconds for a delicious custard that can be poured over your dessert to add a hit of protein or eaten on its own as a high protein treat.
With 27.5g of protein and only 2.4g of fat per serving, this is the ideal replacement for standard supermarket custard which contains less than 1g of protein per 100g. The protein custard mix is perfect for anyone following a high protein diet and trying to avoid unnecessary calories.
The protein in this custard will contribute to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Directions for Use
*Please take note that the recommended temperature setting may differ depending on the type and efficiency of the oven or microwave used.
Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside and active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians.
For allergens, see ingredients highlighted in bold. May also contain soy. Manufactured on a site which handles nuts and peanuts.
Micellar Caesin (Milk Protein Isolate) (45%), Skimmed Milk Powder (35%), Egg White Powder (5%), Dietary Fat Concentrate (Refined Coconut Oil, Whey Powder (Milk), Milk Protein, Stabiliser (Triphosphates), Anti-Caking Agent (Calcium Phosphates)), Modified Starch (Hydroxypropyl Distarch Phosphate), Vanilla Custard Flavouring, Natural Vanilla Flavouring (Flavouring, Sweetener (Sucralose)), Thickeners (Xanthan Gum, Guar Gum).
Serving Size - 2 Scoops (50g)
Servings Per Container - 10 (500g), 20 (1kg)
|Per 100g||Per Serving|
|Energy||1618 kJ/382 kcal||809 kJ/191 kcal|
|Fat||4.8 g||2.4 g|
|of which saturates||2.8 g||1.4 g|
|Carbohydrates||31 g||15 g|
|of which sugars||25 g||12 g|
|Protein||55 g||28 g|
|Salt||0.49 g||0.25 g|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavored version, when choosing an alternative flavor the nutritional values may vary by up to 10%
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I bought this to go with the protein mug cake mix to satisfy those times when I need something that lasts longer than my usual '2 squares of dark chocolate' fix but is lower calorie and has protein in it. I have yet to make the mug cake in a satisfying way but the custard I was pretty impressed with. I bought the vanilla one so that I can add cocoa powder in the future but I'm not stuck with everything 'chocolate' flavour, and often chocolate can be pretty artificial tasting. I mixed it with a fork which worked well and although heating per instructions - I needed to heat a couple more times to make it as hot as I'd like, I measured it out and had it with skimmed milk and diced mango pieces. I would say that from now on I will try it in half measures but only because I don't usually need much goo with stuff. Last night I actually had real custard out of the blue, and I would say compared - this one has a tiny tiny bit of the 'protein powder tang' but I don't think that can be avoided and it's not as yellow as the real thing, I also found that it worked well hot or cold but just warm was a little sickly - I usually find that with soup too though so it could just be me. To me, at this stage I would definitely recommend it as a warming alternative to yoghurt/cream/custard. As I'm the first reviewer, I will be curious to see how others find it :)Goes Well With:Cake, Fruit, Desserts in general or just on its own
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