Honey and Pecan Flavored Protein Shake
Most importantly, brace yourself for what I’m about to tell you, in the event that you haven’t had a protein shake that preferences like a straight-up milkshake, then, at that point, you haven’t lived. What’s more, this formula may simply be your addictive substance into the place where there is siphoned up protein shake delight.
A few years prior, while my better half and I were living in Portland, OR, our companions had us over for supper and finished off the dinner with pecan, honey, cardamom, and coriander milkshakes. And keeping in mind that I had serious doubts right away, the flavor mix was so rich and brave I haven’t had the option to shake it from my brain since.
I planned to make this into a genuine frozen yogurt shake yet didn’t have the heart.
One, since it’s simply not the best formula I could share. What’s more, two, I don’t have frozen yogurt around the house so regularly as I plan to as I need what certain individuals call poise. Imagine me, a miserable moderate pastry specialist drifting over a 16 ounces of Ben and Jerry’s taking man-sized nibbles directly from the compartment, groaning “Ohsogood,” at each taste.
May sound satisfying, yet at the same it’s truly miserable.
So all things considered? I present you with a Pecan and Honey Flavored Protein Shake, since protein shakes are better for you than frozen yogurt and give you an entirely decent reason to have a ‘milkshake’ for breakfast. In the event that this thought doesn’t stimulate your woman tastes, I don’t have any idea what will.
- 1/2 cup low-fat curds or yogurt*
- 2 Tbsp pecans (toasted or crude)
- 10-15 ice blocks
- 1/3 cup cold water
- 3 Tbsp vanilla protein powder*
- Stevia (or sugar of decision) to taste*
- 1 tsp vanilla concentrate
- 1 squeeze each ground cardamom and coriander*
- 1-2 tsp honey or maple syrup (discretionary)
- Mix all fixings together until smooth. Add more ice to make thicker, and more water to disperse.
- Fill a glass sprinkled with honey and topping with more pecans (discretionary).
- *I utilized a blend of low-fat curds and plain low-fat yogurt, yet you could do every one of one all things considered. For a non-dairy choice, attempt coconut yogurt or a comparable measure of any non-dairy milk.
- *Sub different sugars, like honey, maple syrup, agave, splenda, or truvia.
- *Coriander and cardamom have a solid taste, so add a little from the get go, example, and afterward add more to taste.
- *Inquiries concerning replacements, gear, or investigating? Look at our Formula FAQ page.
- *Sustenance data is a best guess determined without discretionary stevia or honey.
Sustenance (1 of 1 servings)
Serving: 1 shake
Sugars: 7.6 g
Protein: 42.3 g
Fat: 11.9 g
Immersed Fat: 1.9 g
Sodium: 519 mg
Fiber: 1.1 g
Sugar: 1.5 g