The Ultra-protein Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake




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A lot of people want to stay fit and so they don’t just go to the gym, but also alter the foods they eat – favorable to their aimed muscular body. Protein is the key food nutrient for muscle building, but a lot of protein rich food and drinks may be expensive or are difficult to prepare.

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Some of which have horrible tastes like those supplements and energy drinks we see in the market. So technically, it seems very stressful rather than relaxing and chill to look for protein rich goodies.

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That is always the case, until we discovered some really delicious protein shakes that are made up of, wow – house ingredients. Yes, this ultra 28 grams protein chocolate peanut butter milkshake is simply made at home in minutes, and there are no synthetic additives – just pure natural food ingredients.

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So first! Let’s take a close look about these simple ingredients; 6 ounces of Greek yogurt, 1 banana, ¾ cup of skim milk, 1 tablespoon of peanut butter, honey, and cocoa powder – omg, that’s it!

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To prepare this food masterpiece, just freeze the banana in a freezer for a couple of hours. Once frozen, blend the banana with the Greek yogurt, ¾ cup of skim milk, honey, peanut butter, and cocoa powder. You will notice the smoothness of this milkshake that is exploding in tasty flavors, and do take note again, it is packed with 28 grams of protein.

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So how do we get 28 grams protein? Take a close look that all of the ingredients being used in this milkshake recipe are all rich in protein, so adding these all up will grant us the promising 28 grams of pure amino acids essential for our muscle development.

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Lastly, you can customize the taste of this goodie by adding more cocoa powder for more chocolate taste, or adding more milk to make it less thickened.