Easy High Protein Yoghurt Dessert – Guest Recipe From The Eacock Twins

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April 10, 2016

I’m Jason Eacock and my identical twin is Kristian Eacock, we go by the names Jay and Kig and are also known as The Eacock Twins. 24 years old and proud Athlete’s for SCI-MX Nutrition, we’re both fully qualified engineers, however, fitness and nutrition is our lives and after leaving university we both pursued our passion and opened our own fitness facility as a joint business venture called Revolution Fitness. Diet and nutrition is what we love the most about fitness and we are both very passionate about using diet to reach our goals.

This easy-to-make recipe is one of my absolute favourites. It’s so easy, convenient and unbelievably great tasting that I have it every single day! I have many reasons for choosing this recipe, not only the ones I have already stated but also because it is quick to do and gives a high protein source of nutrition. It is so versatile that almost anything can be added to increase flavour or to change the macronutrient ratios! I absolutely love having whey protein as it is one of the best sources of protein available. When dieting down it is so easy to waste calories of food that help you hit your macros but do not satisfy hunger cravings. This recipe gives a low fat source of protein and carbs but also gives a very full feeling that you may not necessarily achieve from a whey protein shake alone. Did I also mention how good it tastes? For this you will need the following.

  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 10 mins
  • Yields: 1 Serving


200g 0% Fat Greek Yoghurt

Half Serving (15g) of SCI-MX GRS-9 protein

Half Serving (15g) of SCI-MX Ultra whey

Handful of BranFlakes (slightly ground up for added crunch)(or any other goodies to change macronutrients or purely for flavour)


1It’s as simple as mixing the protein powders into the yoghurt to create a smooth consistency! Then add your goodies as required. A hand full of crushed bran flakes is good for crunch. But Berries are a good additive as well.


Nutrition Facts

Total Fat4g
Saturated Fat1g
Total Carbohydrates34g

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April 10th, 2016