November 7, 2011

Snickers Protein Shake

Since I'm getting surgery next week, my doctor wants me to get a LOT of protein. This protein shake tastes JUST like a Snickers bar. It's a yummy treat!


Snickers Protein Shake

1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or whatever milk you'd like)
1 serving of chocolate protein powder (I used EAS brand whey protein powder)
1 Tbsp. instant vanilla pudding mix
1 Tbsp. instant cookies & cream pudding mix
1 Tbsp. peanuts
1 Tbsp. Torani sugar-free caramel syrup
1 cup ice cubes

Put everything in a blender and blend until smooth. Makes 1 (2 cup) serving.


15 comments:

  1. I want to try this one!!!!:-)

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  2. good tips for protein shakes.give more Method.

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  3. Wow. This really does taste just like a Snickers. Thanks for the recipe!

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  4. ummm......my girl crush on you grows katie....this is so so fantastic!! drinking my first one right now for lunch.

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  5. where do you get cookies n cream pudding?

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    1. Just with the rest of the puddings. It's labeled as Oreo pudding, in a larger box than the others.

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  6. Does the Torani syrup add that much flavor, or is it okay to leave out? Or do you have any other substitution ideas?

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    1. The syrup is probably the most important part of the flavoring! But you could probably substitute the ice cream caramel syrup instead of the Torani liquid...

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  7. Can't wait to try this! Do you think I could prep it a night, and the ice in the morning?

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    1. I wouldn't do that. It only takes a few seconds to throw it together in the morning!

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    2. My husband has one of your recipe of shakes every morning and I toss all the dry ingredients in the mixer cup at night so all he has to do in the morning is add the almond milk and whatever syrup is needed. It really helps him since he is rushed in the mornings.

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  8. I have been drinking this for a week and just tried it with substituting the PB2 for the peanuts, still amazing but with even less calories! :)

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  9. Today I decided to try substituting PB2 in place of the peanuts, still just as delicious but with less calories! I love these recipes! :)

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