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Blueberry-Vanilla-Yogurt Protein Shake

Prep: 5 min | Cook: 0 min | Total: 5 min | Servings:1..

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Protein shakes often feel like "Dessert ... for Lunch!" to me. Or ... for Breakfast, but ... I digress.

I love these things. Almost too much, frankly! These really hit the spot, but I confess to feeling like they cause me cravings. I'm not sure why, and I tend to blame the yogurt, but ... they're quick, filling and extremely delicious. Just go into it knowing that it may cause some cravings that you'll need to will yourselves through.

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IngredientsCaloriesFatProteinCarbsFiberSA'sNet Carbs
1/2 cup (113g)  greek yogurt, plain and full fat1301145005
1/4 cup (59.5g)  cream, heavy whipping205.25221.251.75001.75
1 scoop (28g)  vanilla zero carb whey protein (Buy Now) 1000260000
1/4 cup (38.75g)  frozen unsweetened blueberries19.75.25.254.75103.75
1/2 cup (82g)  ice cubes0000000
1/2 tsp (1g)  salt0000000
Totals (of 1 Servings):45533.25g31.5g11.5g1g0g10.5g
Per Serving:45533.25g31.5g11.5g1g0g10.5g *

Method:

  1. Puree in a blender.
  2. Enjoy!

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Posted by DJ on Jul 14, 2014, 12:42 PM EST
Thanks, Frank. I agree ... the cream helps thicken it up and ... well ... makes it more creamy! Maybe something like coconut milk could work, though ... or MimicCreme, but with the yoghurt and whey protein ... might as well just use cream. Thanks for the input, Frank!
 
Posted by Frank weir on Jul 14, 2014, 10:35 AM EST
Tried almond milk...not happenin'...stick to cream y'all...