Creamy Chocolate Frosting Premium PD Recipe


Have you ever heard of frosting that will increase your fiber, iron and calcium intake and taste like chocolate heaven? Protective Diet has made guilt-free chocolate birthday wishes come true. It’s hard to believe this creamy whipped frosting is free of sugar and fat. Dip some strawberries in, spread it on toast and top with sliced banana, layer it on a Vanilla Cup Cake or frost up a pan of Breakfast Brownies. The entire batch of this frosting is only 548 nutrient dense calories compared to standard junk-filled jarred frosting at 1820 calories.

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Comments (6)

  1. posted by chitownjayzgirl on July 2, 2015

    I put this on the brownies – YUM! Then I had some left over frosting that I spooned on some fresh cut strawberries – DOUBLE YUM!!

  2. posted by sadonathan8839 on April 20, 2015

    Can you use pumpkin instead of black beans if I am out?

  3. posted by Judi Bryan on November 8, 2014

    OH MY GOSH!!! This is SOOOO good! I decided not to use quite as much sweetener (I chose about 3/4 the recommended amount. I agree with Amy…it was to die for!!!! This is a definite keeper!!!!! Even your non plant based eaters will love it!

  4. posted by huclkengirl on November 5, 2014

    This frosting is awesome! My son even loves it as well!

  5. posted by Amy Montoya on October 28, 2014

    This frosting is to die for! The sweetness and consistency is SPOT ON! This frosting will help us so much take PD out to social activities and let us enjoy Healthy and Delicious treats 🙂

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