Wake up and feel great by drinking something energizing and full of ingredients that any nutritionist would approve of. This shake contains flax which is incredibly nutritious thanks to the omega-3 fatty acids and fibers. In addition, the bananas provide a heaping dose of potassium along with numerous other vitamins and minerals. By adding some protein powder, you will be assured to get that important protein building block. One of the main contributors to this healthy shake is kale, one of the most praised superfoods in the planet. So pop a straw in this refreshingly yummy, thick, and cold Morning Power-Up Energy Shake!
Protein shakes are an ideal recovery meal after a workout, a perfect way to start your day for breakfast, or a great snack when sweet cravings pop up. Our Clean Coconut Protein Shake starts with a clean vanilla protein powder and coconut milk. Banana adds sweetness and potassium, while spinach packs a nutritious punch of vitamins and fiber.
This recipe for our Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie is a fantastic way to satisfy your craving without the sugar. The best part about our smoothie recipes are they are made with only 100% clean ingredients. This smoothie is no exception. You will need a soft ripe banana, preferably one with brown spots, so that it is extra sweet and perfect for the smoothie.
There’s absolutely no better way to start your day off than with this chocolate coconut protein breakfast shake. It’s thick, it’s creamy, and it kind of tastes like a candy bar! The flavors of cocoa powder, almond butter, and shredded coconut blend perfectly with the tangy and probiotic-rich Greek yogurt. You get everything you need from a nutritional perspective while also getting to enjoy the rich flavor of chocolate in the morning. We use skim milk for this recipe because it’s naturally protein- and calcium-rich. This isn’t a dairy-free recipe anyway because of the yogurt, but feel free to swap in your favorite milk replacement if you prefer them to cow’s milk. If the shake sounds so good and you have to have it on your dairy-free diet, use coconut yogurt instead of Greek yogurt! Obviously, these substitutions will change up the nutritional profile of the dish a bit. It’s important to make good choices at the grocery store, looking for sugar-free options and opting for organic nut milks if you can. You’ll also want to choose a milk that has a high protein content, so look for blended nut milks, soy milk, or protein-enriched coconut milk.