This bariatric peach pudding is so easy and so tasty!
To me, peaches are one of the best tastes of summer. Luckily this bariatric peach pudding recipe can be enjoyed any time of the year. We used canned peaches without syrup, Simply Delish Gel (you can use sugar free peach Jello) and cream cheese. You can add unflavored protein powder to help reach those protein goals!
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We are always trying to come up with different bariatric dessert recipes. This one was super easy to make and has a great flavor. If you like peaches, you will love this peach pudding.
We did have to break out the blender for this recipe. The cream cheese is a little hard to blend by hand, even if it’s room temperature. So, make sure you have a blender, Nutribullet or strong whisk to get everything well blended.
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There is an optional ingredient in our peach pudding recipe. If you are falling short on your protein goal for the day, you can add in some unflavored protein powder. This stuff is a game changer in your journey after weight loss surgery.
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Ingredients for Peach Pudding Bariatric Dessert Recipe
1 package peach gelatin (We used Simply Delish!)
1 can of sliced peaches, no sugar added
8 oz cream cheese, softened
Optional: 1 scoop of unflavored protein powder
Begin by following the instructions on your gelatin package to make your gelatin.
In a blender, add your gelatin, peaches (including peach liquid) and blend until smooth.
Optional: Add in 1 scoop of unflavored protein powder into your blender.
Add in ¼ of your cream cheese into the blender and blend. Continue to add
in your cream cheese ¼ at a time until all of it is combined into your mixture.
Pour into a large bowl (or individual containers), cover and refrigerate for at
least 4 hours or overnight.
Serve and enjoy!
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