A protein shake that tastes like a milk shake? Sounds too good to be true, but the proof is in the picture. This frothy concoction is from FitSugar reader dashingdish, who shared it in our Healthy Recipe group. Protein shakes are an easy healthy
I love Starbucks' Mocha Frappuccino, but with 260 calories and 54 grams of carbs, it didn't fit into my new healthy lifestyle. So I transformed it into a delicious protein shake. Switch out the soy milk to unsweetened almond milk & use vanilla YES
One common way to build lean muscle is to drink protein shakes. They are a fast and easy meal replacement that can provide everything you need in one glass in terms of vitamins, minerals, carbohydrates, fats, and protein. One problem with most protein sha
Breakfast Coffee Protein Shake: 2 handfuls ice, 1 scoop of vanilla or chocolate protein powder, frozen banana, 1 cup of brewed coffee, and 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk - enjoy! // I don't even drink protein shakes but this sounds amazing.
Key Lime Pie Protein Shake: cup Fat free cottage cheese, 1 scoop vanilla protein powder, Lime juice (fresh or bottled, I personally like key lime juice best!) pkts Stevia (or sweetener of choice), a handful of spinach to make it green!
French Toast Protein Shake - cup cottage cheese Scoop vanilla protein powder tsp Maple extract (or 2 tbs sugar free maple syrup) tsp Cinnamon * Dash Nutmeg or pumpkin pie spice Stevia packets to 1 cups water * Ice Cubes
Healthy Pumpkin Oatmeal Shake- 4 Points+ Looks like a good and filling breakfast! cup quick oats 2 cups water 1 cup fat free milk (vegans use almond milk) 1 cup ice cup pumpkin puree 3 tbsp brown sugar tsp cinammon pumpkin pie spice to taste
POST WORKOUT Blueberry-Pineapple Protein Shake - Combine 1 cup low-fat milk, cup frozen blueberries, and cup frozen pineapple in a blender; puree until smooth. I would also add a little protein powder and use almond milk instead of low-fat milk.