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Ingredients 1-1/2 cups fat-free sugar-free vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup fat-free milk 1 tablespoon fat-free whipped topping Sugar substitute equivalent to 1/2. Healthy eggnog protein shake. This easy paleo eggnog smoothie is perfect for breakfast or a quick snack. Using egg white powder for the eggs gives it extra protein.

And using powdered egg whites gives it that classic holiday eggnog flavor without. 4 Ounces Skim Milk 1/2 Cup Light Eggnog 1/4 tsp Rum Extract Dash cinnamon Dash Nutmeg 2 Scoops Vanilla Protein Powder. Outfit & Kitchen Details: Slub Neck Tee (also love this Madewell Tee), Mother Jeans, Chris’ Henley, Paper Straws (similar in navy here), Glasses (similar here in grey hue with handle), Milk Carafe, Blendtec Blender (budget friendly model here).

Eggnog Protein Shake Recipe. Makes 1 serving. Ingredients: 1 ¾ cups unsweetened almond milk; 2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream. Low Sugar Eggnog Protein Shake Celebrate the holiday’s with a low sugar eggnog protein shake that will remind you of the classic holiday drink without the sugar, fat, and calories.

Best yet, you will be helping to meet your protein need for the day! I. In a blender, add milk, banana, protein powder, egg substitute, and rum flavoring.

Blend on high for 30 seconds, or until mixture is thoroughly combined. Pour. Ingredients 1 cup vanilla ice cream 1/2 cup eggnog 2 tablespoons whipped cream 1 maraschino cherry. Ingredients. 1 cup eggnog substitute.

1/4 tsp cinnamon. 1/4 tsp nutmeg. 1 scoop vanilla protein powder. 1-2 tbsp honey or other sugar substitute *optional. 1-2 scoops BBF LIVfit Superfood Organic Superfood Blend.

Read more. 2 cups ice. Scoop ice cream into a tall glass. Pour eggnog over the top. Grate nutmeg into the glass.

Stir with a spoon until it’s all mixed up. It’ll be pretty thick, but I like my milkshakes spoonable. If you prefer something you can drink out of a straw, add more eggnog, 1/4 of a cup at a time.

Drift Off to an Eggnog Wonderland. By mixing 310 Vanilla Shake up with some almond milk, banana, pasteurized liquid egg whites and spices such as vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg, the result is.

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Ingredients, including flavors, and colors and edible adhesives (like soy protein isolates, hydrocolloids, or starch, calcium caseinate and egg whites) are added to hydrated texturized soy protein before forming into patties, freezing and packaging.

“Proteins in Food Processing” by Rickey Y. Yada
from Proteins in Food Processing
by Rickey Y. Yada
Elsevier Science, 2004

In a blender, combine a single-serve container of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt, 1/4 cup unsweetened whey protein powder, 3/4 cup frozen unsweetened peaches, and 1/4 cup water.

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Add the protein powder at the end of the blending process or the smoothie may become too frothy.

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For the hot milk version, add 2 tablespoons of unflavored gelatin or protein powder.

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Experiment with a low-fat shake or smoothie recipes made from cow’s milk, yogurt, soy milk, or juice and fresh or frozen fruit for a hydrating carbohydrate-and-protein combination.

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from Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, 3rd Ed.
by Monique Ryan, MS, RD, CSSD, LDN
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Pour the fat—free milk or almond milk and water into the blender, then add the protein powder (see Tip).

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The protein can make the smoothie taste slightly pasty, so try the smoothie first without it and then add the protein to see if it is palatable to you.

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• Blend the ingredients before adding your protein.

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The other product is a protein shake, fortified with 20g of protein derived from milk and whey protein concentrates [11].

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You can easily transform this recipe into a purple protein shake by adding a scoop of protein powder along

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  • This recipe is awesome, I added about a quarter cup of lime juice for a little kick, it made this thing taste like freakin key lime pie

  • Aww Man, I love Egg Nog and always tear it up during the holidays bcuz it’s the only time they sell it. I’ve been making the fitness/bodybuilding version of a lot of foods lately, but I never thought about doing a healthy Protein Egg Nog. “You had my interest, but now you have my attention”…’clicks subscribe button’

  • Loved the snow!!!
    Can you give us an insight as to how you got started, how you handle occasions where food is in abundance and how you get back on track after time off lol. Maybe too many Christmas Mince Pies!!! Happy New Year to you Michael, here is to a successful 2013!!!

  • @dvk877 almond milk is just like regular milk with almond flavor.

    you can just add milk + almond essence or leave the essence out.

  • If you want to get some muscle and be stronger, you should definitely Google “Aston Muscle Ripper”. You are bound to get the muscles you desire.

  • OMG your son is so cute. he was so excited to try the nog LOL:D I am so happy i found your page, I want to try all these recipes!!! This one is great for the holiday season!

  • Michael you’re a really cool and wanted to ask is why don’t you use soy milk in you’re recipe videos I think it has more protein than almond milk and taste better

  • You should do a video that lets us know when you will be making the FAQ’s video, that way we, the subscribers, can send in our own questions and you choose the ones you like.

  • Just made this… I only had PEScience snickerdoodle on hand so that’s what I used�� (& I added some fresh ground nutmeg)… it’s so good! Next time I’ll use a little less xantham gum because it was a tad thicker than I’d like. Another great recipe! ������

  • Michael, you should focus on these type of easy to make meal videos. Most people lose weight because they skip those small meals that are important to gain muscles. For the last three weeks, youve been making off the hook videos. 1) protein bar video, 2) mass gain video and now this. These are all easy to make snacks and you should focus more on these type of meals.