How about a tasty breakfast treat? These fast & easy meal replacement protein shake recipes are great for the pre-workout boost to get you going. Which would you prefer? Strawberry banana cheesecake? Or Peanut Butter Mocha!
Controversy warning: Jenny’s video on Youtube got a few comments that Splenda & other low-cal sweeteners are bad for your brain. What do you think?
Click to watch Jenny DiDonato from MadeFitOnline.com demonstrate how to make them. Read the comments to follow the controversy.
Makes 1 serving.
Tip: use a compact personal blender
Here are the recipes demonstrated in Jenny’s video:
1. Strawberry Banana Cheesecake Protein Shake Recipe
1 cup strawberries (room temperature)
4 oz fat-free milk (about 2 cups)
1 scoop protein powder (of your choice)
1 Tsp fat-free, sugar-free cheesecake jello pudding mix
1 Tsp fat-free, sugar-free strawberry or raspberry jello
about 2 oz water
Nutrition Facts: 300 cal, 3g total fat, 35g carbs, (Fiber 7g, sugars 25g), Protein 27g
2. Peanut Butter Mocha! Protein Shake Recipe
Leaner variation: (great for pre-workout boost)
2 oz water (1 cup)
4 oz cold coffee (from the refrigerator)
2 oz skimmed milk (optional)
1 pkt Splenda (or other low-cal sweetener eg Stevia, if you are Anti-Spenda!)
1 tbsp Hershey’s cocoa
1 tbsp natural peanut butter
1 scoop Protein Powder (of your choice)
for example – Cookies & Cream flavor from Beverly International 21g protein/scoop
Nutrition Facts: 250 cal, 10g total fat, 10g carbs, (Fiber 4g, sugars 2g), Protein 25g
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