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Iced Coffee Protein Shake Recipe

Iced Coffee Protein Shake Recipe

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Iced Coffee Protein Shake Recipe

Iced Coffee Protein Shake Recipe

Iced Coffee Protein Shake is a creamy and incredibly delicious breakfast wake-me-up drink! It’s nutrient-dense, filling, and SUPER HEALTHY, thanks to ONLY NATURAL REAL INGREDIENTS. NO STORED PROTEIN POWDERS. There are no artificial sweeteners. SUGAR-FREE SUGAR-FREE SUGAR-FREE SUGAR-FREE SUGAR-FREE-

I’m a huge coffee fan, but I had some stomach issues a few years ago and had to give up my favorite beverage for a bit. My stomach is now better, and I’ve lately resumed drinking coffee. My doctor advised me to drink coffee in moderation. Yeah, right. as if it’s even conceivable. Who can resist the enticing aroma of freshly brewed coffee? I’m barely adhering to the one cup per few days limit.

So lately, I’ve been quite creative and coming up with all these beautiful methods to enjoy my favourite cup of coffee while also trying not to harm my gut any further. My doctor also advised me to eat something before drinking coffee. So I do exactly that. I eat my breakfast and drink my coffee in the same sip.

Coffee Breakfast Smoothie is my favourite smoothie, and these incredible coffee smoothies.

But now that the temperatures have skyrocketed, this cold Coffee Protein Shake has ascended to the throne of my favourite morning beverages.

I used only NATURAL ingredients to produce this excellent, thick and creamy Iced Coffee Protein Shake. That means no pre-packaged protein supplements. There are no artificial sweeteners. Simply tasty, nutrient-dense REAL FOODS.

I used soy milk as a foundation. This plant-based milk substitute is high in PROTEIN, dietary fibre, and healthy fat. It’s high in vitamin A, B-6 and B-12, vitamin D, and minerals including potassium, calcium, iron, and magnesium. All of these nutrients contribute to optimum health. Isn’t that what we’re all looking for?

Soy milk has a protein concentration comparable to cows’, which is why I use it in high-protein drinks and smoothies. Also, because soy milk is naturally sweeter than almond milk, I didn’t need to add extra sugar to sweeten this beauty.

Because frozen banana provided a gorgeous thick and creamy texture and natural sweetness, this Coffee Protein Shake is ADDED SUGAR-FREE and REFINED SUGAR-FREE. Perfect! You can, of course, add some maple syrup or honey.

I used ground hemp seeds to produce this protein-packed drink naturally, without using any store-bought protein powders. Hemp seeds are nutty-flavoured plant-based seeds high in amino acids, fatty acids, protein, and many vital minerals. These tiny yet potent seeds are also high in heart-healthy, anti-inflammatory Omega-3 fats and antioxidants.

The star of this shake, of course, is the COFFEE. I used Nescafe espresso instant powder to make this shake. I enjoy its rich and savoury flavour – I’ve been very into that lately. However, because this smoothie is intended to improve your morning routine, you can use whichever coffee you choose and enjoy daily.

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This coffee protein shake is mildly sweet, full of great coffee flavour, and wonderfully delicious. It’s a coffee connoisseur’s dream come true.

It’s also quite filling and healthful. It will keep you full for an EXTREMELY LONG TIME. Plus, if you’re in a rush, this shake is straightforward to make and pack. Didn’t you think you had time for breakfast AND coffee in the morning? So, with this super-drink, I hope I proved you incorrect.

It’s also an excellent way to replenish after a strenuous workout. WINNING TWICE. Enjoy!

Iced Coffee Protein Shake Recipe

People Also Ask:

Can I mix my protein shake with coffee?

You can mix whey protein powder into coffee, but avoid doing it with a spoon or coffee stirrer. Instead, use a handheld blender. For hot coffee and protein powder, use an immersion blender. To make it an iced coffee, add ice after the fact.

Can I add protein powder to cold coffee?

Cold coffee is the best way to incorporate protein powder. If you want to add it to hot coffee, use a blender or whisk continually to avoid clumps.

Can I put a scoop of protein powder in my iced coffee?

Pour a scoop of protein powder into an empty glass, followed by a cup of cold brew coffee. Mix thoroughly with a fork, breaking up any clumps.

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