The Good Morning Protein Shake Recipe

June 26th, 2009 Posted in Recipes 6 Comments »

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Here are a couple recipes that I’ve been using either for breakfast or for a post workout meal.

Keep the portions small and limit the fats for a tasty, low calorie, high protein meal replacement. The Good Morning Protein Shake is good for as small meal or a snack.

Crank up the healthy fats from flax oil and peanut butter if you are a skinny person trying to bulk up. Drink a couple of these The Good Morning Weight Gainer Shakes a day to really pack on the pounds, but you best be lifting HARD or you will get fat.

Meet halfway in the middle to blend yourself a super healthy, moderate calorie protein shake. Perfect for replacing a whole meal whether you are dieting or just trying to eat healthy. You can choose The Good Morning Peanut Butter Cup or The Good Morning with Flax.

Be sure to add in the cinnamon, since cinnamon helps regulate your blood sugar.


Where to get your ingredients:

Directions:

Simple: throw everything together in a blender and push the start button.

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The Good Morning Chocolate Protein Shake Recipe

  1. 1/4 cup of skim milk (2 p, 0 f, 3 c, 21 cal) – 3 sugar
  2. 1/2 banana (.5 p, 0 f, 13.5 c, 52.5 cal) – 7 sugar
  3. 1 gram acai powder (0 p, 1 f, 2 c, 17 cal) – 0 sugar
  4. 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder (22 p, 2 f, 5 c, 130 cal) – 2 sugar
  5. 1 4 oz carton Activia light vanilla yogurt (5 p, 0 f, 13 c, 70 cal) – 7 sugar
  6. sprinkle of cinnamon

Nutrition Facts:

Protein: 30 g – 120 cal
Fat: 3 g – 27 cal
Carbs: 46 g – 184 cal
Sugar: 20 g
Calories: 331

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The Good Morning Chocolate Protein Shake with Flax Recipe

Optimum Nutrition Protein Powder
Optimum Nutrition
Protein Powder
  1. 1/4 cup of skim milk (2 p, 0 f, 3 c, 21 cal) – 3 sugar
  2. 1/2 banana (.5 p, 0 f, 13.5 c, 52.5 cal) – 7 sugar
  3. 1 gram acai powder (0 p, 1 f, 2 c, 17 cal) – 0 sugar
  4. 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder (22 p, 2 f, 5 c, 130 cal) – 2 sugar
  5. 1 4 oz carton Activia light vanilla yogurt (5 p, 0 f, 13 c, 70 cal) – 7 sugar
  6. sprinkle of cinnamon
  7. 1 tbsp flax oil (0 p, 14 f, 0 c, 120 cal)

Nutrition Facts:

Protein: 30 g – 120 cal
Fat: 17 g – 153 cal
Carbs: 46 g – 184 cal
Sugar: 20 g
Calories: 457

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The Good Morning PB Cup Protein Shake Recipe

  1. 1/4 cup of skim milk (2 p, 0 f, 3 c, 21 cal) – 3 sugar
  2. 1/2 banana (.5 p, 0 f, 13.5 c, 52.5 cal) – 7 sugar
  3. 1 gram acai powder (0 p, 1 f, 2 c, 17 cal) – 0 sugar
  4. 1 scoop of chocolate protein powder (22 p, 2 f, 5 c, 130 cal) – 2 sugar
  5. 1 4 oz carton Activia light vanilla yogurt (5 p, 0 f, 13 c, 70 cal) – 7 sugar
  6. sprinkle of cinnamon
  7. 2 tbsp all natural peanut butter (8 p, 15 f, 6 c, 180 cal) – 2 sugar

Nutrition Facts:

Protein: 38 g – 152 cal
Fat: 18 g – 162 cal
Carbs: 42 g – 168 cal
Sugar: 21 g
Calories: 482

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The Good Morning Weight Gainer Shake Recipe

  1. 1/4 cup of skim milk (2 p, 0 f, 3 c, 21 cal) – 3 sugar
  2. 1 banana (1 p, 0 f, 27 c, 105 cal) – 14 sugar
  3. 1 gram acai powder (0 p, 1 f, 2 c, 17 cal) – 0 sugar
  4. 2 scoops of chocolate protein powder (44 p, 4 f, 10 c, 260 cal) – 4 sugar
  5. 1 4 oz carton Activia light vanilla yogurt (5 p, 0 f, 13 c, 70 cal) – 7 sugar
  6. sprinkle of cinnamon
  7. 2 tbsp all natural peanut butter (8 p, 15 f, 6 c, 180 cal) – 2 sugar
  8. 1 tbsp flax oil (0 p, 14 f, 0 c, 120 cal)

Nutrition Facts:

Protein: 60 g – 240 cal
Fat: 34 g – 306 cal
Carbs: 71 g – 284 cal
Sugar: 31 g
Calories: 830

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Things not to add to The Good Morning Protein Shake:

  • apples - I did this and it ruined the consistency and flavor.
  • too much flax – Ruins the flavor.
  • too much acai powder – Will send you to the bathroom for a good 20 minutes.

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6 Responses to “The Good Morning Protein Shake Recipe”

  1. thats what I need everyday

  2. Yolanda Lee says:

    WHERE CAN I FIND THE ACAI POWDER AND DOES IT REALLY WORK?

  3. mik says:

    Acai powder is very famous, because it works :)

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  5. maria says:

    what are the side effects of herbal life products the milk shake and the protein powders and the multi vitamin tablets

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