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Pumpkin Protein Yogurt Bowl

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Start the day with some autumn vibes with this easy pumpkin protein yogurt bowl, which is high in protein and low in carbs.

If you are try to lose fat on your body, or build or maintain muscle, the most important macronutrient to eat is protein. After eating keto for quite a while, I found it a little tough to go from watching every carb to ensuring that I hit my protein goal everyday. Hitting those protein goals has made a bit difference in my body composition as well as my keeping my hunger at bay during the day.

Image of a blue and white bowl with the pumpkin protein yogurt ingredients not mixed together with a fall themed cloth napkin in the background.

One thing that I found the most helpful to regularly hit that protein goal is to make the first meal of the day a high protein meal. I don’t always call my first meal breakfast, because I still intermittent fast. Well, maybe not everyday, but I don’t force myself to eat breakfast if I’m not hungry.

Tip: To help hit that protein goal, make your first meal of the day high in protein.

Jessa –
Image of snickerdoodle protein powder MRE Lite, Greek yogurt, a can of pumpkin purée and Pie Spice on a grey background.

This recipe for pumpkin protein yogurt is my new fall staple. I have been making it in the morning or in the evening when I’m craving something sweet. It’s so easy and quick and with only four ingredients you really can’t go wrong.

Image of the front of the MRE lite snickerdoodle canister.

The snickerdoodle flavor protein powder is MRE Lite by Redcon1. I really like this powder because it’s made with a blend of different kinds of whole food proteins. The label mentions beef, pea, brown rice, chicken, egg, and salmon proteins and this product does not contain whey protein.

Image of the ingredients and nutrition information on the MRE lite container.

They also have a Banana Nut Bread flavor that when mixed with Greek yogurt tastes like banana bread batter. It’s so delicious!

If you would rather use a vanilla flavored protein powder, you can do that as well. My favorite is the Quest Vanilla Milkshake whey and casein protein powder. Just add a little bit more pumpkin pie spice to get that yummy flavor!

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Pumpkin Protein Yogurt Bowl

Pumpkin Protein Yogurt Bowl

Yield: 1 serving
Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

Start your day with the simple yet tasty pumpkin protein yogurt bowl. It's so simple and a perfect way to get protein in!


  1. Add yogurt, protein powder and pumpkin purée into a bowl. Stir well to mix.
  2. Sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice.
  3. Enjoy.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 242Total Fat: 2.2gTrans Fat: 0gCarbohydrates: 9gFiber: 2.3gProtein: 42g

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