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Healthy Shakes

6 PROTEIN SHAKE RECIPES INSPIRED BY COCKTAILS | QUICK EASY HEALTHY SMOOTHIE RECIPES |



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KEY LIME PIE COCKTAIL

265 calories | 43g carbs | 3g fat |16g protein

⦁ 1 tbs lime cordial- 5 calories
⦁ 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
⦁ 1 cup (250ml) pineapple juice
⦁ 1 biscuit
⦁ a smear of vanilla yoghurt
⦁ 2 handfuls of ice cubes

Coat the rim of your glass with yoghurt and dip into crushed up biscuit crumbs.

Put the rest of the ingredients in your shaker and shake.

Sprinkle any remaining crumbs on top of cocktail.

UPSIDE DOWN STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE COCKTAIL

260 calories |25g carbs | 5g fat | 21g protein

Bottom layer – 4 smashed strawberries

Middle layer – tub of skinny cow vanilla ice cream, 1 scoop of
vanilla protein powder and fresh lime juice

Top layer – 1 crushed up biscuit

RASPBERRY MINT MOJITO COCKTAIL (makes 2 servings)

Each serving – 185 calories | 26g carbs | 1g fat | 8g protein

⦁ 15 fresh mint leaves (diced)
⦁ One fresh lime (without peel)
⦁ 10 fresh raspberries
⦁ 1 cup frozen raspberries
⦁ 1 cup greek yogurt
⦁ 3/4 cup of coconut water
⦁ 1 scoop of berry protein powder
⦁ 1 tsp Walden Farms calorie free pancake syrup or honey

Blend all the ingredients together (except the mint leaves). Stir in mint leaves after mixture is blended.

PINA COLADA COCKTAIL (makes 2 servings)

Each serving – 222 calories |27g carbs | 5g fat | 15g protein

⦁ One can (432g) of tinned pineapples in natural juice
⦁ 1 cup of probiotic kefir yoghurt – coconut flavour
⦁ 2 tsp lucama chia wildcrafted coconut superfood powder (optional)
⦁ 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder
⦁ Splash of coconut water

Blend all the ingredients together.

BARNAMINT COOKIE COCKTAIL

346 calories | 37g carbs | 9g fat | 20g protein

⦁ one tim tam cookie
⦁ 2 strong mints
⦁ 1 tub of chocolate skinny cow ice cream
⦁ 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder
⦁ splash of almond milk.

SImply blend everything together until smooth and pour into your glass.

BAHAMAS DAIQUIRI COCKTAIL

293 calories | 42g carbs | 7g fat | 16g protein

⦁ 1 tsp coconut shreds
⦁ 1 cup (250 ml) pineapple juice
⦁ 1 scoop of coffee flavoured protein powder
⦁ juice squeezed from half a lime

Put all your ingredients with some ice into your shaker bottle and shake.

Strain the mixture into a glass.

I use protein powders as an occasional convenient treat when I feel like I haven’t had enough protein on a particular day or when I don’t feel like sitting down and eating a full meal or snack.

Remember to be mindful of your calories and macros when consuming protein shakes/smoothies.

ENJOY!

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20 Comments

  1. These are amazing. I think they would be a great dessert on girls night with my fit friends. I love your videos please keep posting! Love from Vic, Aus

  2. Thank you for these awesome recipes! I sometimes mix isowhey with water to have as a snack, These are great ideas!!!! 🙂 Can you please do a video on counting/keeping track of macros? how do you decide the required macros for the day? thank you!!!

    p/s: how do you like the Isowhey brown rice protein powder and the sports ones? I've been very curious to try them 😀

  3. I never understood the nutritional philosophy behind protein powder, I try to eat clean but protein powder seems to be a bunch of chemicals with a nice looking food label on them …? But then all the healthy people I know use protein powder.. why do you use it in your diet? To vary protein sources? curious! Thanks!

  4. Fantastic recipes!  You are extremely creative and original.  I don't know if you have thought about it, but you should really consider creating an eBook with your recipes. 🙂

  5. Hi
    Thanks for sharing..
    Can I use anything other than protein powders.. I don't go to a gym..
    Your talk was perfect today..Just the right speed.Hehe

  6. Brilliant video and recipes! Also a huge thank you for including Macro's. Keep up the great, engaging, well thought of videos 🙂

  7. Hi BakingMGA, thanks for sharing your recipes. I find your videos very easy to follow. I like the editing work.
    What software do you use to edit your videos?
    Are you using a separate microphone?
    Thanks in advance for answering my questions 🙂

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