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    hello just a simple question has anyone got a good recipe for a home made protein shake as I have just bought myself a new blender thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ade1971 View Post
    hello just a simple question has anyone got a good recipe for a home made protein shake as I have just bought myself a new blender thanks
    protein + water
    protein + milk
    Protein + Oats + Milk
    Protein + banana + Milk

    use what you like.
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    This is one of my favorite shakes. Almond milk, peanut butter, banana, oats, frozen blueberries, protein.
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    Default Healthy Breakfast Recipes – Homemade No Bake Protein Bars

    How To Make Healthy Protein Bars At Home

    Makes around 18-20 small bars

    Ingredients for Homemade Protein Bars

    2 cups dates + 1 big handful
    1 cup oats
    ˝ cup rye flakes (or another type of grain like quinoa flakes, but more oats will work too)
    4-5 big tbsp. peanut butter (or other nut butter of your choice)
    ˝ cup buckwheat groats (kootoo ka daliya)
    ˝ cup honey
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    Pinch of pink Himalayan salt or good quality sea salt (optional)
    1 handful of each of the following (or whatever you have available):
    walnuts
    pumpkin seeds
    sunflower seeds
    almonds
    raisins

    Preparation:

    In a food processor or blender, pulse the dates until they form a dough-like consistency
    Once all the bits of dates have broken up, roll the mixture into a ball and place in a bowl to one side. You may need to Scrape down the sides of the blender a couple of times, while pulsing the dates.
    Toast your oats, rye and buckwheat lightly in a dry pan (this often gives a deeper taste and a firmer texture to the flakes). If you have a pan big enough you could toast the grains together, otherwise do so separately.
    Once toasted, add the grains, seeds, raisins and nuts to the bowl with the dates and set it a side.
    Place the peanut butter and honey in a pan and warm it over a low heat, so it softens and mixes together well.
    Pour this ‘melted’ mixture over the other ingredients in the bowl, and mix once more.
    Once mixed and combined well, pack everything into a baking-paper-lined tin or dish. Make sure it’s pretty compact, so everything sticks together.
    Cover and store in the fridge overnight to set.
    Once it sets, you can cut bar-sized pieces and store in an air-tight container for about a week (unless you end up eating them a little sooner!). They make the perfect snack to share with friends or hungry yoga students!

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    You can make a banana protein shake at home. All you need is a bunch of bananas. Bananas can give you 3% of all proteins.
    Ingredients:
    • Frozen banana
    • Almond milk
    • Yogurt
    • Vanilla protein
    • Cinnamon
    • Procedure
    Add all these ingredients into a blender. Blend it until it is smooth. If the shake becomes too thick, add some almond milk. Add cinnamon to the mixture to improve its flavour.

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    yes you should visit fit . lum.com(remove space)
    Last edited by Doug; 02-01-2019 at 06:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arose View Post
    You can make a banana protein shake at home. All you need is a bunch of bananas. Bananas can give you 3% of all proteins.
    Ingredients:
    • Frozen banana
    • Almond milk
    • Yogurt
    • Vanilla protein
    • Cinnamon
    • Procedure
    Add all these ingredients into a blender. Blend it until it is smooth. If the shake becomes too thick, add some almond milk. Add cinnamon to the mixture to improve its flavour.
    Thanks man

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    I will give you one awesome shake, with lots of calories in it. It is a homemade weight gainer.
    Ingredients: a scoop of whey, banana (frozen is the best), oats, milk (you can pour water, but it is tastier with milk), a teaspoon of honey, little bit of frozen fruits and spoon of peanut butter.

 

 

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