Modern Protein S’mores Cake

June 08, 2017

Modern Protein S’mores Cake



I love S’mores flavored desserts. The combination of molten chocolate, sticky marshmallow and graham cracker is pure-genius.  The traditional S’mores dessert actually doesn’t have as many calories as you’d think, only about 120, roughly the same as a large banana.  However, there is little substance in this delightful summer sandwich.   So to feed our S’mores cravings and beach bodies we asked our TEAM Chef to fire up a unique treat that could fit your lifting lifestyle.





  • 2 Servings of Generic Pancake Mix
  • 1 Scoop of Milk Chocolate flavored Modern PROTEIN
  • Dash of Splenda
  • Dash of Baking Powder
  • 1 Serving of Sugar-Free Fat-Free Vanilla flavored Pudding Mix



  • 1 Whole Egg
  • 3 Tablespoons of Greek Yogurt
  • Dash of Vanilla Extract


  • 1 of Serving of Chocolate Chips
  • 2 Graham Crackers
  • 1/2 Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream Flavor Modern Protein




  1. Pre-Heat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Combine all dry ingredients and set aside in a mixing bowl.
  3.  Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients, and add a touch of water if batter is too thick.
  4. Take a loaf pan and coat with cooking spray. Transfer batter to fill pans half way full. Coat with chocolate chips prior to cooking.
  5. Bake for 15-20 minutes and allow to cool for 5 minutes.
  6.  In a small bowl take 1/2 scoop of Modern Protein and add enough water to form a batter. Use a spoon to drizzle on top of finish product.
  7.  Crush up graham crackers in a plastic bag, and then garnish the top of the cake which will stick to the protein icing.


(Makes 4 servings)
Calories – 183 kcals
Fat – 4.5g
Carbs – 27g
Protein – 16.25g
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