The Best Tasting Protein Shake Ever

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The Best Tasting Protein Shake Ever is thick, creamy and full of peanut butter goodness. Add our favorite mix and you’ll forget it’s actually good for you!

We know protein shakes aren’t something people are bound to get excited about, but only because they often taste like chalk and feel like it’s dropped down the throat. Please put your past protein shake experiences aside and be patient with us because we promise this one will be worth it. You see, not all protein powders are created equal. But no one has the time or money to taste them. Protein powder can be expensive, and the last thing you want to do is waste money not knowing if you’ll like it or not. Enter: Full-time chef to save the day!

It took us some time and some not-so-good experiences to research and find the best protein powders and blends to make really tasty protein shakes. Rather than having a drink just because “it’s healthy,” we’ve found that having a drink is also enjoyable enough without pushing! We’ve found that we’re actually going to the gym just to have a protein shake! Seriously, guys, this really sucks for our normally lazy world. Hitting the gym under the pretext of enjoying a protein shake? That’s just crazy talk. But don’t worry, you can drink this smoothie on its own. No gym required.

  • How to Freeze Bananas Properly:

    We’ve opened too many family members’ refrigerators only to find whole bunches of bananas, blackened banana skins, and more. There are better ways to freeze bananas, trust us. You’ll want to remove the peels from ripe bananas and place them on a baking sheet. Store the cookie sheets in the freezer to freeze individually without sticking. Once the bananas are frozen, simply place them in a freezer-safe ziplock bag.

  • Milk Choices for Best Protein Shakes Ever:

    There are so many milks to choose from these days, it all depends on your personal taste preference. Some of our favorites are milk, almond milk, and oat milk. You can vary this depending on how much fat you want in the liquid, oat milk usually has the highest fat percentage.

  • Additional mixins:

    There are many popular protein shake supplements on the market, depending on the health benefits you’re looking for. You can try hemp seeds, matcha green tea powder, and bee pollen; our favorite protein smoothie mix is ​​peanut butter. Trust us, you have to try it!

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raw material

  • 1 banana Frozen
  • 1 round spoon protein powder
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk

notes

*For protein powder, I use Optimum Nutrition 100% Whey Gold Standard, Supreme Milk Chocolate, 2 lbs
*Remove the peels from ripe bananas (a few spots are best) and place them on a baking sheet. Stick cookie sheets in the freezer. Once the bananas are frozen, place them in a freezer zip lock bag.
*This shake is intended to replace a meal. 360 calories isn’t exactly low, but it’s a solid number for weight loss.
*Studies support eating a pre-workout and post-workout shake. You have to do your own research and decide what is best for you.
*I use unsweetened almond milk, but you can use cow’s milk.
*Sometimes when I feel like I really deserve an extra treat, I add 1 TB of peanut butter. Note that this adds an extra 100 calories.