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Old Wed, Aug-22-07, 18:18
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Default I just made this creation, and its SO good!

I made it with Vanilla whey protein, but I am sure it tastes AMAZING with chocolate whey protein!!

2 eggs
3 tbps of butter
1-1/2 scoops of whey protein
2 big spoonfuls of cream cheese
2 packets of splenda (optional)

Melt butter, then mix egg, whey protein, cream chesse and splenda into bowl. Stir up until only a view lumps are left. But in oven dish and bake at 375-400 degrees. I only put it in the oven for about 5-7 mins, because then the outside is nice and fluffy while the inside is still nice and creamy!!!

Its soooooooo yummy!!! Kinda like custard/pudding or something,

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