3 Unique Protein Shake Recipes

3 Unique Protein Shake Recipes

by Anthony Alayon

Following a diet can be difficult for many people to do.  Dieters often get discouraged and tired from eating the same old meals.  While I can see these dieters argument, I believe they are simply not exploring their options.  Although I follow a strict diet, I never get tired of eating my meals as I add flavor and variety to them.  With that being said, I decided to put together 3 of my protein shake recipes and share them with you!

So here are 3 unique protein shake recipes that will get those taste buds sizzling and help you lose weight at the same time.

1. Oatmeal Mixed With Protein Powder

Probably my favorite of all the recipes I have used.  I like to get a cup of oatmeal uncooked, sprinkle some protein powder on top of it and then mix it with a little bit of water.  I use just enough water to make it taste like pudding.

It really does not matter what kind of oatmeal you use as long as it is not high in sugars.  I usually get a cup of plain oatmeal and pour it into a bowl.  From there I use a protein powder such as Pro V 60  or Lean Pro8 as it not only contains the right amount of proteins, carbs and fats, but it is also high in dietary fiber.

The great part of using this protein is that you get a variety of flavors to choose from.  I personally like the chocolate or vanilla, but the strawberry is a great alternative for those strawberry lovers!

2. Protein Powder Mixed with Fish Oils: Lemon Pudding

Another great way to make a protein shake taste like a pudding is to mix protein powder with some liquid fish oils.  What I do is simply put the amount of protein I will consume which is around 40 grams in a bowl.  My choice of protein is once again Pro V 60 or Lean Pro8.  Then I put a tablespoon of Carlson’s Fish Oil (Lemon Flavor) in with the protein.  My last step is to add about 2 ounces of water to give it that pudding taste. Afterwards, I take a spoon and mix it until it looks like pudding.

3. Almond Pudding

Almond pudding is another way to make a regular protein shake taste phenomenal.  What I like to do is get a bowl and put my Pro V 60  or Lean Pro8 protein in first.  I then mix it with about 2 ounces of water until it appears to be pudding. I then sprinkle a tablespoon of almonds to give it a unique taste.


About the Author

1003439_460032467420361_612022272_nAnthony Alayon is the owner of Health Reporter Daily, is a best selling fitness author, and creator of the 101 Toxic Food Ingredients They Never Told You About. He is also creator of the Fat Extinction Program and co-creator of The University of Abs. He has over 12 years experience in the fitness industry. Anthony is a writer for Natural Muscle Magazine and has been featured in major online publications such as the NY Times About.com site to Bodybuilding, Bodybuilding.com, Labrada.com and HugoRivera.net. Be sure to check out his Toxic Foods website below:



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    January 19, 2011 8:00 pm

    Thanks for this post. I think I might follow some of those recipes.