Last Updated on March 26, 2021 by Lori Geurin
Do you drink protein shakes? Studies show that fitness fanatics aren’t the only ones who love these power-packed beverages. In fact, the protein industry is projected to see colossal growth in the coming years.
And you can probably guess why – people love their protein shakes! So whether you’re an exercise enthusiast, vegetarian, or just a girl (or boy) who loves drinking protein shakes, you get it. So keep reading to grab the video and recipe below.
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What Do You Put In Your Protein Shake?
In the past, I’ve tried a combination of add-ins to my protein shakes and smoothies, including:
- Detox Organics
- tart cherries
- chia seeds
- raw, unsweetened coconut
- peanut butter
- exogenous ketones
- and even dark chocolate just to name a few
just to name a few.
I’ve added maca powder, raw organic greens, liquid multivitamins, flaxseed, and hemp seed to boost nutrition and health.
I’ve also used raw cow’s milk, filtered water, almond milk and coconut milk, but one of my all-time favorites is this simple, yet delicious peanut butter protein shake. It’s one of my hubby’s favorites too – he probably drinks more of these than I do.
(Is that even possible?)
So, let’s do this thing.
Peanut Butter Protein Shake Recipe
First, I made a short video to show you how I make the protein shake. (I’m just learning how to do videos so thanks so much for your patience!)
I hope you enjoyed the video. I realized after making it that I should probably have turned my camera horizontally. Note to self.
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Below is the recipe. Don’t blink or you might miss it. It’s so quick and easy to make!
Summary – Peanut Butter Protein Shake
As you might have guessed, this is perfect as a meal replacement or post-workout protein shake.
And if you’re living the keto lifestyle and looking for a keto peanut butter shake recipe, simply omit the banana as I do sometimes. Just know that it won’t be as creamy. But, you can thicken it up a bit, and still keep your carb intake low, by adding a few frozen strawberries or blueberries.
Also, if you’re practicing strict Paleo because peanut butter is a legume you’ll want to substitute another nut butter such as almond, cashew, or coconut.
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What about you? Do you have a favorite whey protein recipe?
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