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Modern Protein Mass Monster Shake

February 08, 2017

You can tell a lot about a person by their protein shake. Personally, I keep mine pretty simple. A scoop or two of ModernPROTEIN, 6-12oz of almond milk, give it a shake, shake, shake and I’m done.  However, sometimes I like to get a little creative; pop open the blender throw a scoop of this, a handful of that, slap it around like “Salt Bae”, sprinkle a little cinnamon (cinnamon works for any recipe just try it and thank me) and mix things up.  When you’re bulking or cutting adding a few extra ingredients can go a long way.   For those interested in cultivating mass, give this recipe a try.

 

 

INGREDIENTS:

2 scoops of Milk Chocolate USPlabs ModernPROTEIN

2 cups of Whole Milk

1 cup of Whole Oats

1 large (6-8 inches in length) Banana

3 tablespoons Natural Peanut Butter

 

DIRECTIONS:

Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend for 60 seconds.

 

Macros:

Calories: 1,168 Kcals

Fat: 44g

Carbs: 117g

Protein: 80g

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