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Peanut Butter Hard Boiled Egg Pudding

Do not knock it until you try it!

My Hard Boiled Egg Pudding recipe is a World-wide sensation! People in Australia, India, South America are sending me messages saying I’m a magician for making such a delicious pudding out of hard boiled eggs!

There is a very special story on how my Hard Boiled Egg Pudding started!

My son was very picky when we first adopted him and he didn’t like eggs. Craig lost his job so we didn’t have a lot of money to spend on food. What is the cheapest keto food? Eggs! I had to find a way to sneak eggs into his meals! So I invented a Hard Boiled Egg pudding but it was so weird, I kept it a secret for years!

Most people look at my Hard Boiled Egg recipes and say, “no no no” at first but once they see everyone trying it on Facebook and Instagram, they give it a try and are hooked! Even Halle Berry loves my hard boiled egg pudding!

To make this AMAZING Peanut Butter Pudding, I used Primal Kitchen Peanut Butter collagen! 

Primal Kitchen Peanut Butter Collagen is the most delicious collagen! If you want to get your children to cut out the sugar, I highly suggest trying this protein-packed egg pudding!

Primal Kitchen collagen is not only filled with top quality ingredients, it is also delicious! I love that I can add a scoop of collagen to my pudding for my boys for an extra boost of health!

There have been many studies showing a wide range of benefits from collagen. You get a lot of glycine from collagen. THIS STUDY showed that the glycine derived from collagen is essential to maintain the normal structure and strength of connective tissue, such as bones, skin, cartilage, and blood vessels. Many other studies have shown benefits ranging form immune health, digestive health, bone strength and much more. It also greatly benefits the skin and reduced wrinkles and aging. Smoking reduces collagen synthesis and that is why smokers have more wrinkles.

Another important benefit of collagen is that it is the second most ferment-able substrate behind FOS (fructooligosaccharides). This study showed that collagen is great for feeding our gut flora, much better than almost any plant fiber (collagen is 7.96 where plant fiber is 1.53). So the push for feeding the gut flora with lots of plant fiber is really not needed. Just add some collagen.

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TIP OF THE DAY: I often hear that people do not like the sulphur smell of the eggs when they make my hard boiled pudding. You can use scrambled eggs instead of hard boiled eggs and the peanut butter pudding will be just as delicious! However, you will need less coconut milk since the scrambled eggs won’t be as much of a thickener for the pudding.

I use my Vitamix daily! No lie. I use it for everything. I make my sauces in it, salad dressings (my Ranch is the best!), my keto soups that I want pureed, and it makes my hard boiled pudding into the creamiest pudding!

Yes, a Vitamix is a pricy gift, but I went through a cheap blender almost every year. My Vitamix has lasted 10 years! It is good investment in my mind!

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Peanut Butter Hard Boiled Egg Pudding

Maria Emmerich
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dairy Free, Dessert, Snack, Vegetarian
Cuisine American
Servings 5
Calories 182


  • 5 large hard boiled eggs peeled (or scrambled eggs)
  • 1 cup coconut milk or heavy cream if not dairy free (only 1/2 cup if using scrambled eggs)
  • 2 tablespoons Natural Sweetener or equivalent amount of liquid or powdered sweetener
  • 3 scoops Primal Kitchen Peanut Butter Collagen use code MARIA for 20% off
  • 1 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • Pinch Redmond Real Salt use code Maria15 for 15% off



  • Place all the ingredients into a blender and puree until very very smooth. Taste and adjust sweetness to your liking.
  • Place in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days. Garnish with sugar free chocolate shavings if desired.
  • COLLAGEN PUDDING POPS: Place the mixture into ice pop molds (click HERE)and place in the freezer until set, about 8 hours or overnight.


Calories: 182 | Fat: 14g | Protein: 13g | Carbohydrates: 2g | Fiber: 0g | P:E Ratio: 0.8



“PSMF Update..

After 12 months and 67 lbs down with keto macros, my weight loss has slowed +/- 1 or 2 lbs each week, for about 2 months now.
This last week I added 3 days (in a row) of PSMF with Recipes from the “The Art of Fat loss”. I am still about 20 lbs away from my goal.
I saw a 3.5 lb weight loss!
SW 217
CW 146.5
Total loss 70.5 lbs
Keeping those 3 days again next week and will update again next weekend.” – Kellie

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Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • April says:

    I’ll need to try this with scrambled eggs next time. The sulfur smell was throwing off the taste for me. The texture was spot on!

  • Roberta says:

    I tried your other egg-puddings, and I’m sure this one would result in a success, but unfortunately where I live the Primal Kitchen Collagen you ask for in the recipe (as other products of that brand) isn’t avable (I found it only from a US retailer but with huge shipping costs and also the surprise of duties not included so other costs to add after the purchase): could you please be that kind to suggest an alternative for me and those in my situation? I totally understand your willing to promote a good company, and also get some legit earning for affiliation, but being such an international reference for many people I think you’ll be happy to contribute to everyone’s needs and helping the most to enjoy your healthy recipes without the frustration of haven’t access to all the brands you recommend. I have almost of your books and I often make small changes to adapt the recipes to what I can have on hand here, but in cases like this I feel a bit “limited” by the fact that there’s a strong link to something influenced by advertizing that reflects on the request of a specific ingredient. If you do not have it, it feels like “watch but don’t touch” 🙁 Hope you understand what I mean, apologize my bad English and many thanks for your constant passionate sharing of ideas and educations on food and nutrition to help people thrive 🙂

  • Sandy Read says:

    So I wonder if we can sub the PB Collagen for PB2 powdered peanut butter?? might change the macros – but worth a try – I have a whole tub of it!

  • Szid says:

    I love the egg pudding recipe, I love chocolate so I add a bit more cacao powder and a touch of caramel extract. I also add a scoop of collagen for extra goodness. The PB collagen is not available in the UK, can you recommend a replacement? Thank you.

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      You can try some peanut flour or grind peanuts into a flour. Or even a bit of peanut butter with no sugar should work. 🙂

  • Robin says:

    I second this. Many of the products are not available to me either. It would be great to know alternatives to use. Thanks Maria.

  • Emma says:

    Why did I not think of this myself!! I love peanuts only second to chocolate so this should have been my first experiment! In Finland we don’t get that many good keto products but I will try grounding my own peanuts for this. The egg pudding is to die for so with peanuts gonna be heaven. Thank you again Maria!

  • Lois says:

    In comparing this to the chocolate pudding recipe, I see that this calls for half as many eggs and half as much coconut milk, yet it still bites that it makes 5 1/2 cup servings. Is that right??

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      That is they way I designed this version, yes. You can eat double servings if you want and just double the nutritional info. This is a more weight loss sized serving. 🙂

  • Lois says:

    A content regarding the egg smell–My first batch was made with boiled eggs that had been refrigerated a couple of days. I didn’t notice the egg smell at all. This time, though, I used eggs straight from the ice bath after boiling. Ugh! Strong egg smell! So maybe try that if the smell bothers you.

  • Patty says:

    Can you use peanut butter powder instead of peanut butter collagen?

  • Barbara Hunt says:

    Hi Maria,
    I love the chocolate egg white pudding recipe in the Art of Weight Loss cook book. Can the egg white pudding recipe, used on protein sparing days, swap out the cocoa with this peanut butter collagen? Also using Almond milk instead of coconut milk?

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      That should work. Just adjust almond milk down a bit to keep it thicker like the recipe in that book. 🙂

  • Shannon says:

    Aloha, Maria! Maika’i ‘oe? And that is about how much Hawaiian I have learned over the pandemic, I’ve learned other things but they don’t apply to this situation I’m going to try out your hard boiled egg peanut butter pudding. Also what is PMSF stand for? Also I was wondering how much you’re least expensive package is for learning to heal your body with food? As I have said before I don’t have much in the way $$. But I would like to know the best possible way I can do keto diet with out a lot of saturated fat, good fat, while keeping my cholesterol in check? If that is at all possible, i think that it could be done on Fat loss PMSF plan, macros thing you have for ppl to calculate on your website?

  • Shannon says:

    Dang Maria that PBHB egg pudding was good. I couldn’t eat much of it though because it was so filling. I did add some psyllium husk and a gar powder to it to thicken it, but I’m going to wait till tomorrow and see if it tastes even better!🤤😋 Also thank you Maria you are too kind 😘

  • Betsy says:

    The recipe states ‘3 scoops of pb collagen’. How much pb flour would be the equivalent?

  • Arnold Karr says:

    How much peanut butter (in grams) would equal the brand-name ingredient? I use the 100% peanut variety.

    • Maria Emmerich says:

      Sorry, I’m not sure and I’m on the road so I cannot measure it for you at this time

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