Protein Smoothie Recipes

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Smoothie preserves for us fiber, and vitamins contained in the products, without losing a single useful component. That is what we need in the winter when there are not enough vitamins.

The best way to make a smoothie nutritious is to add foods that contain protein and healthy fats: ground nuts (the most popular cocktails are almonds and walnuts), seeds, bran, oatmeal, chia seeds, or flaxseeds.

Even having perfectly picked up the components (the number of which, by the way, according to the rules of the ideal smoothie, should not be more than three or four), remember that nothing should be too much: do not add too much ice to your mix so that it does not turn out too liquid.

Do not pour all the milk into the blender at once, add it a little, and watch the resulting texture. You should not add only sweet or too “thick” fruits to the cocktail, keep balance and experiment: this way you will find your perfect recipe and be able to please yourself with your favorite smoothie every day.

  1. Carrot Mango Smoothie

290 calories, 9 grams of protein.

Mango is a super fruit containing antioxidants and more than 20 different vitamins and minerals.

Ingredients for 1 portion:

1 cup not sweet vanilla almond milk

1|5 tbsp almond butter

1|2 cups of grated carrot

3|4 cups of fresh mango

5 ice cubes

Put all ingredients into the blender and mix it all together.

2. Cabbage, Cucumber, and Pear Smoothies

341 calories, 31 grams of protein

Ingredients for 1 portion:

1 cup of water

1 cup of cabbage

1 cup of cucumber

1 cup of pear

1 tbsp of lemon juice

1 portion of not sweet vanilla protein powder

5 raw cashews

Put all ingredients in the order I wrote into the blender and blend it for about a minute. If you want it more watery, add a bit more water and blend it for another 20 seconds.

3. Vanilla smoothie

98,5 calories, 12 grams of protein

Ingredients for 2 portions:

2 cups of not sweet vanilla almond drink

1|8 teaspoon kosher salt

1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract

1 vanilla pod, scrape the flesh with a knife

6 fruit extract sachets

6 ounces of low-fat Greek yogurt

1 fresh egg white

1 glass of crushed ice

Put into the blender vanilla almond drink, salt, vanilla extract, fresh vanilla, fruit extract, yogurt and blend it for 30 seconds. Add the egg white with ice and blend it some more.

4. Pumpkin Protein Smoothie


1 frozen banana

120 grams of vanilla greek yogurt

1|4 teaspoons of powdered cinnamon

1|4 teaspoon of pumpkin spices

120 ml of low-fat milk

2 tbsp of maple syrup

150 grams of fresh pumpkin puree

1 cup of ice

Add ingredients in written order into the blender and blend it at high speed for about 3 minutes. You can add more milk if you want. Add some ice and spices.

5. Purple Energy Smoothie

314 calories, 29 grams of protein

berries can be frozen

Ingredients for 1 portion:

1|2 of cup water

1|2 of a cup with pitted sweet cherries

1|2 of a cup with raspberry

1|2 of a cup with bilberry

1|4 of a cup with pomegranate seeds

1 portion of not sweet vanilla protein powder

5 cashews

Put ingredients in written order into the blender and blend it for a minute. If you want a more watery cocktail, add a bit of water and blend it for another 20 seconds.

6. Green protein smoothie

Ingredients for 1 portion:

125 ml of fresh red grapefruit juice

25 grams of spinach

200 grams of chopped sweet apple

130 grams of chopped cucumber

85 grams of chopped celery stalk

30-40 grams of hemp seeds

55 grams of frozen mango

2 teaspoon of fresh mint

1-1|2 teaspoons of coconut butter

4 ice cubes (if you want)

Put all into the blender in a written order and blend it at high speed. If you want you can add more water.


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