PES Frosted Chocolate Cupcake Review
[b][size=5][color=brown] PES Frosted Chocolate Cupcake Review [/b][/size][/color]
[b][color=blue] Taste [/b][/color]
[b] Frosted Chocolate Cupcake [/b]
PES took what was a middle of the road chocolate flavor and improved it. A company that prides itself on taking consumer feedback and creating what the fans want. The chocolate is much richer, denser, and full of milk chocolate flavor. You get a sense of a 70% milk chocolate and 30% dark chocolate aftertaste. The combination of the chocolate flavors really helps enhance the overall flavoring of the base flavor. Then you get the luscious aftertaste of buttercream chocolate. Hence the name “Frosted” chocolate cupcake. Think about going to a bakery and getting a delicious cupcake. Not only do you get the great cupcake base but also the delicious frosting flavor combined together. For those who are chocolate fans you will be very happy with the upgraded flavor if you decide to pick it up. Take two elements that compliment each other and PES delivers it in a protein powder.
[b][color=blue] Mixability [/b][/color]
For those who have had PES Select they know it mixes with ease. Even as a blend the protein powder has no problems or leaves no clumps. I prefer the thicker protein shakes or protein pudding. I found that Frosted Chocolate Cupcake is like Chocolate Peanut Butter cup, does not mix as thick as some of the other flavors (SD, CnC, Vanilla). Nonetheless thicker than generic whey protein powders which is an added bonus.
The Shake I made below was 6oz of cashew milk, 1.5 Scoops Select Frosted Chocolate Cupcake and 7 ice cubes.
[b][color=blue] Formula [/b][/color]
A very macro friendly protein powder. With the price point it makes it easy to fit in on a daily basis compared to others who may exceed 150-180 kcals per serving. The blend of protein included in Select combine to form a thicker protein powder. For those who like a much thicker protein powder this is right up your alley. I personally enjoy it because I make a lot of protein pudding and enjoy baking. Both which come out perfectly with 0 issues. I wish more companies would create blends that match their label 100% even when tested by stack3d came back above what the label claims.
[b][color=blue] Cost [/b][/color]
Can’t beat 20$ a tub on the insider deal. Other retailers have the 55 Serving around 1$/lb and the 2lb tub around 30$. So if you missed out on the insider at the special price I feel bad for you. A very cost effective and tasty protein. PES is one of the most cost effective options on the market. Makes it very good for an everyday use protein. Not to mention it's a blend so it does mix thicker for those who enjoy thick protein pudding or protein shakes, and it bakes flawlessly.
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