FAVORITE SHAKES

  • Ok, so I have been experimenting with shakes, as the ones provided are so few and about half of them are ok. I wanted to make a shake that tasted EXCELLENT... to the point I'd look forward to drinking it rather than ... ho hum... time for breakfast again...
    I would like to see what other people have come up with as well!! :)

    Way back in another life, when I was not on Ignite, there was a place called Red Lobster that I LOVED to eat at. And for dessert there was a wonderful frozen drink I liked alot. It was a pina colada with strawberry mixed in. YUMMY! So, I decided to make a shake (sans alcohol, of course) that might resemble this concoction I miss so much... here it is:
    Strawberry Pina Colada Shake:
    1/2 C frozen pineapple
    1/2 C frozen strawberries
    1 or 2 scoops vanilla fuel or your preferred vegan protein shake
    1/2 C coconut milk
    1/2 C coconut water
    1 C water
    (add coconut water to bring to your preferred consistency)
    VOILA! YUMMY SHAKE I'M EXCITED FOR EVERY MORNING!!!

    (this shake is likely already in existence, I just wasn't aware of it.)

    brandiep1982   by: brandiep1982
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    TheodoraDailyBurn  about 1 month ago by: TheodoraDailyBurn

    Yum! Thanks for sharing.

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    ErinP123  about 1 month ago by: ErinP123

    When I'm in the mood for a lighter breakfast, I use a cup of coconut milk, a scoop of vanilla fuel/protein powder, a cup of diced cantaloupe and, if I want an added boost, a handful of spinach. If the melon is ripe, it tastes like a dessert shake rather than a breakfast concoction!

    • VickyCab81
      VickyCab81 about 1 month ago

      I like my shake with frozen pineapple, frozen mangos, coconut milk, and coconut water. I also make one with frozen strawberries and cocoa powder.

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