Protein shakes have made life easier. Getting an adequate amount through solid food is doable, but can be difficult due to fast-moving lifestyles, high costs of protein enriched food and the lack of something sweet in most diets. You know what’s the best thing about protein shakes? No cooking! It’s getting warm and heating up your oven doesn’t make the kitchen comfortable to be in. My solution, grilling and protein shakes. Try this easy shake from our R&D team at USPlabs, and be sure to check out our tips to enhance this ModernPROTEIN recipe.
- 1 Scoop of ModernPROTEIN
- 1/2 Cup Cold Water
- 1/2 Cup Ice Cubes (4-5 Cubes)
- 1 Small Banana
- 1/4 Teaspoon of Stevia (Optional)
- To make a Banana Bread Smoothie add 1/4 Cup of quick cook oats, 1/2 Teaspoon of nutmeg, 1/2 Teaspoon of cinnamon and a sprinkle of salt to the original recipe.
- For a pre-workout smoothie sub water with 1/2 Cup of orange juice and add one diced beet to recipe.
- Make your ModernPROTEIN last by using 1/2 scoop of powder and an addition of 1/2 Cup of Greek yogurt or 1/2 Cup of cottage cheese.
Combine all ingredients in blender. Blend for 30 seconds and enjoy!
Calories - 230 kcal Carbs – 26 g Fat – 4 g Protein – 24 g
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