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  • Writer's pictureS. Lemon

Shake up your day with chocolate!

Updated: Feb 18, 2022

A chocolaty high protein milkshake that can actually help you lose weight.

Whether you want to call this a weight loss shake, a protein shake or a chocolate-lovers smoothie, the fact is, it is delicious. Whatever you call it, this protein shake has always been a key ingredient in my diet when I am working to lose weight over my 60 lb loss. Why you ask? Because it's a thick protein shake that keeps me full all night long and satisfies my sweet tooth!

The best thing about this healthy high protein milkshake is that it's about 200 calories, 27g of protein and is super thick!!! Oh, and did I forget to mention, this recipe takes less than 5 minutes to make and can be customized in dozens a way to fit your taste, your calorie or macronutrient goals and lifestyle such as ketogenic, low carb, high carb or almost any healthy diet you are following. In fact, if you wanted to, you could easily use this shake as a replacement for a meal to help cut down on your daily calories, while keeping your protein high.

The majority of the ingredients in this shake are easily found, and once you stock up, you won't have to buy them for months.

So instead of belaboring this, let's shake this up!

High Protein Chocolate Milkshake Ingredients:

1 scoop PEScience Protein Powder or your favorite protein powder

7 oz almond milk

60g SuperCreamer creamer or 1 tbsp heavy cream

1 tsp xantham gum (thickening agent)

2 tbsp sweetener

1 tbsp Hershey special dark chocolate

1 cup ice

Optional Ingredients:

14g (1 serving) of Lily's Chocolate Chips (chopped up)

Whipped cream

Directions: Add all the ingredients into a blender and blend until nice and thick. I would recommend after a minute, to stop the blender and scrap the sides into the mixture.

Nutrition (1 Serving) - Without Cream or Chocolate Chips

Calories: 194

Protein: 27g

Fats: 7g

Carbs: 4g

Notes: If you cannot get PEScience protein powder (found in the link), I would recommend getting another Cassein/Whey protien. These tend to thicken up a lot better and provide that milkshake like texture over an isolate. Other recommended blends: Optimal Nutrition, Quest Nutrition, and BodyTech

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