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    Favorite Protein shake recipes


    I'm sure everyone here has concocted an interesting protein shake with the help of their trusty blender at least once in their life. I didn't see a thread for it already, so I figured it was about time we put one together. If you have your own unique or favorite recipe for a protein shake, smoothie, etc. post it here and share it.

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    I'll start you guys off:

    -2 scoops of natural or vanilla, whey or soy protein
    -1 cup of spinach (leaves)
    -1/8 tsp mint extract (for flavor)
    -1/2 cup of oats (optional)
    -2 Tbs light whipped cream
    -2 cups of water
    Blend thoroughly
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    1 scoop banana protein powder, 5 egg whites, 1 tsp baking soda. Whisk and place in a frying pan.
    Voila, banana protein pancakes
    Breakfast for me every day and still not bored.

    Or, 1 scoop of your favuorite protein powder, 2 cubes of ice, half tub of soft tofu. Blend up for instant thick low fat shake.
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    My early morning breakfast shake ..
    2 cups of 1% milk
    1 whole banana
    5 big fresh strawberries
    1 cut up Kiwi
    3 scoops of Muscle Milk Vanilla..
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    Can't forget my super duper weight gainer shake:

    3 cups skim milk
    1 banana, peeled of course
    1 scoop chocolate whey
    1 scoop chocolate casein protein
    1/2 cup fat free yogurt, plain
    1/2 cup lowfat cottage cheese
    3tbsp peanut butter
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    1 Cup Milk
    1/2 Cup Cold Coffee
    1/2 Cup Oats
    2 Scoops Chocolate Whey
    Enough ice to blend til milkshake-consistency
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    Not really a shake, but...

    1c oats
    2c of coffee
    1 scoop of whey
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    Quote Originally Posted by TenMan
    Not really a shake, but...

    1c oats
    2c of coffee
    1 scoop of whey
    Gotta love the coffee and whey... mmmmm...
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    2 cups skim milk
    4 scoops chocolate whey
    3 bananas
    1 tbsp peanut butter
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    Quote Originally Posted by moklepaul
    2 cups skim milk
    4 scoops chocolate whey
    3 bananas
    1 tbsp peanut butter

    That's huge, do you drink that all at once?
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    1 cup oats
    1 scoop protein
    1/4 cup egg whites
    1.5 cups milk
    some fruit
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    Quote Originally Posted by auto_mail8939
    Gotta love the coffee and whey... mmmmm...
    You better believe it. Coffee+Whey=Scrumtrulessent.

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    2 cups skim milk
    1/2 cup oats
    1/2 cup natural ovens granola
    1/2 cup no fat plain yogurt
    2 tblspn peanut butter
    1 1/2 scoops chocolate mint whey
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    I don't like shakes that much because I would rather eat whole foods than drink some disgusting ****, but before bed I have:

    12-16oz water
    1 scoop whey hyrdosolate
    1 cup fat free cottage cheese
    1tsp flax oil

    and it is really not that bad as long as you blend it right. I'm thinking of adding some kind of foliage to it for the fiber to lengthen digestion time but don't know what I could use and still have it taste decent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ktw
    I don't like shakes that much because I would rather eat whole foods than drink some disgusting ****, but before bed I have:

    12-16oz water
    1 scoop whey hyrdosolate
    1 cup fat free cottage cheese
    1tsp flax oil

    and it is really not that bad as long as you blend it right. I'm thinking of adding some kind of foliage to it for the fiber to lengthen digestion time but don't know what I could use and still have it taste decent.
    cinamin maybe or some xanthum gum has fibre in it and will make it even better
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    Quote Originally Posted by moklepaul
    2 cups skim milk
    4 scoops chocolate whey
    3 bananas
    1 tbsp peanut butter
    Holy protein bombs..My wife would ban me from the house..
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    I tried this one last night...pretty basic staple of mine with an added twist:

    8-16oz skim milk (add more if you don't like thick shakes)
    1 Scoop ON strawberry whey
    15 Frozen unsweetened strawberries
    2 tbsp Light whipped cream (1g fat & 1g protein<15cals and makes a world of difference--tastes like u r cheating!)

    Sometimes I throw in the old oats too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner
    That's huge, do you drink that all at once?

    Yeah, I do. I'll use this as more of a meal replacement though, due to the size. My post workout is a lot smaller
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    Quote Originally Posted by karategirl
    1 scoop banana protein powder, 5 egg whites, 1 tsp baking soda. Whisk and place in a frying pan.
    Voila, banana protein pancakes
    Breakfast for me every day and still not bored.

    Or, 1 scoop of your favuorite protein powder, 2 cubes of ice, half tub of soft tofu. Blend up for instant thick low fat shake.
    This sounds similar to something I used to use a few years back, except it was strawberry, and I also used oats in it. I love pancakes! I will def give this one a try, as I love banana flavoured stuff, especially ice cream, and cakes:donut: I'm such a fat ass, LOL!!
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    I use a Magic Bullet for this but a blender will work just as well...

    2 scoops of chocolate Biopro
    1 1/2 cups of nonfat milk
    half a frozen banana
    oats are optional

    The secret to this recipe is the frozen banana. Buy a bunch of bananas and let them ripen so that they are very sweet. Peel them and freeze in a ziploc. They serve the purpose of ice in a smoothie but with flavor and nutrients. First add the milk, then the protein powder, then the banana...blend using a pulse type action...enjoy.

    By the way, the Magic Bullet is the best investment I've ever made...it's the only thing that I've bought from an infomercial that I truly appreciate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bull Mkt
    By the way, the Magic Bullet is the best investment I've ever made...it's the only thing that I've bought from an infomercial that I truly appreciate.

    Hell yea brotha, we use ours about 8 times/day. Never let's us down. Fast, easy cleanup
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    1 Banana
    16 oz milk
    1tbp PB
    2 paks of instant Banana oats
    2 scoops of ON choc
    ice
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    nice recipes

    Enjoy and Live Well

    http://www.greensmoothierecipesforweightloss.com/
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    French toast protein shake

    8 oz skim milk
    6 crushed ice cubes (crush before putting in blender)
    1/4 tsp cinnamon
    2 tbsp sugar free maple syrup
    1/4 cup of quick oats
    1 serving of vanilla protein

    Put all ingredients in blender EXCEPT protein blend 20-25 seconds then add protein and blend an additional 15-20 seconds
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    Protein powder
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    I'll start you guys off:

    -2 scoops of natural or vanilla, whey or soy protein
    -1 cup of spinach (leaves)
    -1/8 tsp mint extract (for flavor)
    -1/2 cup of oats (optional)
    -2 Tbs light whipped cream
    -2 cups of water
    Blend thoroughly
    Hey recently i was thinking of adding some spinach leaves to my shakes. I dont eat any vegetables and i hate the taste but i know i need to find a way to get them in my diet. How much does the spinach leaves taste in the shake?
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    When yall say oats, do yall just dump some dry quaker oats in the shake and blend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperMachoMan
    When yall say oats, do yall just dump some dry quaker oats in the shake and blend it.
    That's what I do, some people cook them first and let them cool
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    Shawn,

    Your french toast concoction has my attention. Im adding that one to the list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    I'll start you guys off:

    -2 scoops of natural or vanilla, whey or soy protein
    -1 cup of spinach (leaves)
    -1/8 tsp mint extract (for flavor)
    -1/2 cup of oats (optional)
    -2 Tbs light whipped cream
    -2 cups of water
    Blend thoroughly
    Hows this taste?

    Sounds like a mcdonalds shamrock shake
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    I use oat flour. Smoother.
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    That french toast shake sounds insane. Ima have to make that today! Good sh** Shawn
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    Vanilla MGN Pure Isolate
    1 Scoop Of Oats
    A Dash of Cinnamon
    Cup of Blueberries
    1/4 cups of almond milk
    Crushed Ice


    Insanely delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnstylz84 View Post
    That's what I do, some people cook them first and let them cool
    You should put them in a processor first then throw them in, mixes so much better when the oats are in a smaller/powder form, otherwise they just clump and usually sink to the bottom on the blender. So much better using a processor for oats.
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    1 Scoop of MGN’s American Isolate Protein(Any Flavor)
    1 cup of blueberries
    ¼ cup of coconut milk
    ½ strawberries
    ¼ cup mango juice
    1 peeled orange

    One of my favorites
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    1 scoop whey
    1 cup Neapolitan ice cream
    1 banana
    3 tbsp cottage cheese
    2/3 cup 2% milk
    1/4 cup oates

    ..somewhere around those ratios..
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    Interesting recipes...

    Thanks everyone...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda Albert View Post
    Interesting recipes...

    Thanks everyone...
    Think you have some great choices now....Let us know which ones you mix up!
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    Here is an indulgent protein shake:

    2 cups skim milk
    3 tablespoons peanut butter
    2 cups fat free frozen yogurt
    2 scoops protein
    2 bananas
    a little chocolate syrup

    that itself has nearly 100 grams of protein so don't drink it all in one place, but like I said, indulgent
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