Mexican Hot Cocoa Protein Smoothie

 

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Our Mexican Frozen Hot Chocolate Protein Smoothie gives you all the delicious chocolate and cinnamon notes with the added benefit of ISOFLEX, our highly popular go-to protein powder! A 100% pure whey protein isolate, giving you a whopping 90% protein content! With only Native and Intact, Non-Denatured Whey Protein Fractions and 27 g of Pure Protein in each scoop. This week we’re bringing you a protein smoothie with the flavors of a Mexican Hot Chocolate. Sweet cinnamon, earthy nutmeg, and spicy cayenne combine for a flavorful drink sure to sweeten your day.

Ingredients: 1 ½ cup low-fat milk or almond milk. 1 scoop of your favorite chocolate protein powder. 1 tbsp unsweetened coco powder.

2 shakes ground cinnamon. Home » Recipes » Smoothies » Mexican Hot Chocolate Green Smoothie Our take on Mexican Hot Chocolate includes spinach – but don’t knock it until you try it. This chocolaty green smoothie has the classic hint of cinnamon plus a kick of cayenne and is every bit as rich and creamy. In a blender, combine the almond milk, heavy cream, protein powder, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, and ice cubes. Blend until smooth and then pour into a tall glass to serve.

This recipe comes from my cookbook, The Wicked Good Ketogenic Diet Cookbook. 1 tbs cacao powder 2 scoops chocolate vegan protein powder (optional. I use one by the brand Nuzest). Add the cashews, Amazing Grass, cacao powder, cinnamon, and salt to a food processor.

Process for 45 to 50 seconds, or until the cashews are finely ground Roughly chop the dates and add them to the processor with the maple syrup; process on high until a thick, sticky dough forms. Add the dark chocolate to a jug, pour in the milk, then add the chilli powder, cinnamon and cacao powder. Microwave until the mixture is warm and the chocolate has melted (you can do this in a pan if you prefer).

Needless to say, I’m a big fan of sneaking chocolate into breakfast and definitely no stranger to it. Whether it’s in the form of chocolate oats, chocolate smoothies, or chocolate muffins, a little bit of cocoa in the morning can go a long way towards keeping the. This Mexican chocolate smoothie bowl features dark chocolate almond milk, along with chopped chocolate, for a creamy meal that’s way less sugary than your typical chocolate treat.

Thanks to Greek yogurt, tofu, and roasted almonds, along with the almond milk, this smoothie bowl packs a powerful 11 grams of protein, no meat required. almond butter, chocolate protein powder, skim milk, frozen banana. Chocolate Cashew Protein Smoothie.

Knead to Cook. cashew milk, raw cashews, hemp protein powder, frozen banana and 4 more.

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This nutty, milky, spicy and sugary mix can be stored and mixed with hot water, lowor nonfat dairy milk, or soy milk for a warm, satisfying and nutritious midday snack or after-meal finale.

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These tiny nutritional powerhouses are also rich in iron and protein, which makes them a dazzling addition to nutrient-dense smoothies—and a fantastic base for this creamy seed milk.

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It will add a nice protein boost and will lend an extremely rich, creamy texture to your smoothies.

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uses: Hot chocolate, chocolate soymilk, fruit smoothies, pudding, coffee creamer.

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This adds protein, andtransforms thislight, refreshing smoothie into a meal.

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You can come up with your own concoctions by using 1 percent milk, low-fat vanilla yogurt, whey powder, and ice as the main ingredients.

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Now that I’m older and, I like to think, a bit wiser, I start my mornings with a healthier smoothie that’s made hearty with a different American breakfast staple, which in Mexico you’re more likely to find in a cool drink like this than steaming hot in a bowl.

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Add 2 teaspoons of cacao powder for Chocolate-Berry Smoothie.

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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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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Josh please please please man. Do a t.g.i.f Tennessee whiskey cake but BETTER. Can find a recipe on YouTube anywhere. It’s a solid cake but I’m sure you can crush them! Thanks

  • *the man just casually posts about hot chocolate*
    Sure Joe. Ok Joe. Go ahead Joe. It’s midnight and I’m cravin’ some good hot cocoa right now. Y U Do Dis?

  • This looks absolutely amazing. I am lactose intolerant, so what can I use in place of the protein powder (because it contains dry milk-