Want A Protein Shake That Tastes Great Too?

Protein Shake

When looking for the best protein shakes in the market, you’re not just interested in the amount of protein and carbohydrates per serving.

You’re no doubt also looking for a great tasting protein shakes.

Protein shakes have come a long way since the 1970’s in terms of quality, mix-ability and flavour.

In the early days of the protein shake, you needed a blender to mix the powder thoroughly.

And you had to add fruits, chocolate milk and even ice cream to make it palatable.

Today’s protein shakes have been “instant-ized”. You can easily mix them with a spoon or by vigorously shaking in a bottle for 20 seconds.

And the flavours have expanded beyond Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry.

There are brands that have interesting flavours such as “Toffee Caramel Fudge”, “Peanut Butter Chocolate”, “White Chocolate”, “Cookies and Cream” and “Mint Chocolate Chip”.

However, considering that you might drink a shake 1-2 times day, even the best tasting shakes can become “boring”.

The best solution is make your shakes taste better without compromising its nutritional value.

Here are 4 options for a better tasting; and more nutritious, protein shake.

Just pour all the ingredients in a blender and blend until you get your desired consistency…

1. “The Elvis” Protein Shake

2 Scoops Double Dutch Chocolate Whey Protein
1 Tablespoon Natural Peanut Butter
1 Ripe Banana
½  Cup Heavy Cream
½ Cup Ice
½ Cup Water

Protein- 56 Grams
Carbohydrates- 36 Grams
Fat – 16 grams

2. Top Of The Morning Breakfast Shake

2 Scoops French Vanilla Whey Protein
½ Cup Yogurt
50 Grams Dry Oats
½ Cup Frozen Blueberries
½ Cup Ice
½ Cup Skim Milk

Protein- 65 Grams
Carbohydrates- 45 Grams
Fat – 15 Grams

3. The All-In-One Protein Shake

2 Scoops Vanilla Whey Protein
1 Medium Apple (Cored, With Skin)
1 Medium Orange
1 Cup Frozen Blueberries
1 Cup Apple Juice
1 Cup Steamed Jasmine Rice

Protein- 83 Grams
Carbohydrates – 78 Grams
Fat – 5 Grams

4. Bedtime “Lights Out” Protein Shake

2 Scoops Double Dutch Chocolate Whey Protein
½ Avocado
2 Tablespoons Coconut Shavings
1 Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk

Protein- 66 Grams
Carbohydrates- 17 Grams
Fat- 22 Grams

When is the best time to drink these shakes?

Breakfast – Top Of The Morning; the oats, yogurt and berries will give you sustained energy throughout the day.

Snack – The Elvis; the peanut butter and heavy cream slows down the release of amino acids from the whey protein.

Lunchtime – The All-In-One; this is a complete, high-carbohydrate meal which can replace whole food once in a while.

Bedtime – “Lights Out”; the avocado, coconut shavings and almond butter contain healthy fat which protects your immune system and slows down the release of amino acids from whey protein while you sleep.

These are great tasting concoctions which will make your favourite protein shake taste better and pack more nutritional power.