How long will protein pudding stay good in the fridge?

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    I made up a big batch a week ago...will it still be good or should I just dump the rest and make some more? There's not a whole lot left. Smells OK.
     
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    i dunno, but this thread reminded to make more! it's a wicked snack during work at the office!

    vanilla protein (isolate) + sugar free/fat free jello puddin + instant oatmeal + water = mmmmmmmmmmm
     
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    If it's separating, I usually throw it out. If it's still homogenized (all nice and smooth) it's probably ok.
     
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    :werd: Upon closer inspection, it was. Made a new batch
     
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    1. Buy Sugar/fat free pudding in whatever flavor you desire (I bought cheesecake flavor and mixed with ON Chocolate :yum: )
    2. Put 1 packet of pudding, 2 cups milk, 2 scoops whey into blender
    3. Blend for 30 sec or so.
    4. Pour into individual cups or bigger bowl, depending on your preference.
    5. Put in fridge
    6. Eat
    7. ???
    8. Profit

    Obviously, this can be adjusted depending on if you're bulking or cutting (i.e. using regular pudding and whole milk instead of fat free). If you use the fat free pudding, it ends up only being a few cals more than a protein shake made w/ milk.
     
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