4 AWESOME Soy Protein Shake Recipes

4 AWESOME Soy Protein Shake Recipes

I was recently contacted through this website by a visitor who had noticed that we had stopped releasing articles involving recipes about a year back…and she was right!

What was the reason for this?

Well, no reason in particular really – we just had a lot of (what we thought were) interesting health subjects we wanted to cover first.

This message concluded with the lady in question suggesting a recipe topic that was not exactly covered that often online – soy protein shake recipes. This turned out to be a pretty cool suggestion…

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The Berry Blast Soy Milk Smoothie


Apparently, this is one of the easiest soy-based smoothie recipes you can find online…so we figured we should include it first on this article (well, we’re not all at the level of Gordon Ramsey – are we?).

It takes under 5 minutes to create.

Ingredients (For 1 Serving)

  • 1 cup soy milk
  • 10 blueberries
  • 10 blackberries
  • 1/2 banana

A simple enough process really – place all of the ingredients above in a blender and turn on for about 10 seconds. Give it a good stir and Bingo – ready to drink!

If you find the smoothie a little sour or bland you can always swap over the fruits for blueberry jam (not exactly great for you dieters out there – but sweeter all the same!).

NOTE: This will probably end up being quite a pricey smoothie if you opt to drink it every day. Blueberries and Blackberries ain’t exactly the cheapest fruit you will find at a grocers…

 


Peanut Butter Soy Special


Are you partial to a spoonful of Nutella?

Like spreading a generous helping of peanut butter on your toast in the morning?

Below is a pretty nifty smoothie invention combing both the above ingredients…

Ingredients (For Two Servings)

  • 1 Banana
  • 1 1/2 tbsp Nutella
  • 1 tbsp Smooth peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup Vanilla Ice Cream
  • 1/2 cup Chocolate Ice Cream
  • 300 ml Soy milk
  • 150 ml Water

Simply boil a little water in a pan and add both the peanut butter and Nuttella, then stir them both in until the mixture is nice and smooth. Poor the mix, along with the soy milk, into the blender.

Cut the banana in quarters on place in the blender – then add either chocolate ice cream or vanilla ice cream (or both if you’re feeling a little adventurous!!).

Bend it all up and drink it all down – lovely!

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Energy Soy Protein Shake


A energy-bursting smoothie that is ram-packed with protein and isoflavones, and is great at giving your immune system a boost. A lovely shake that makes an ideal choice of breakfast.

Ingredients (For One Serving)

  • 500 ml soya milk
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 2 walnuts
  • 2 medium apple
  • 4 drops vanilla essence
  • 1 sprig mint leaves

First of all – cut up the apples and leave two very thin slices to one side (this will be used later as a nice garnish). Add the apples, soya milk, sugar and vanilla essence into the blender and blend for a couple of minutes.

Pour pureed mixture into a tall glass.

Crush up the walnuts and use, along with apple slices and washed sprig of mint leaves, to garnish the smoothie.

Drink! 🙂

 


Icy Smoothie-Pops!


And now for something a little different…

Ingredients  (Makes a total of 14 servings!!!)

  • 1 cup (each) fresh fruit
  • 3 tea spoons of sugar
  • 1/2 cup yogurt
  • 1/2 milk (or soy milk)

Put the fruit you’ve chosen to use in a cup then mash up a little with a fork – add yogurt, sugar, then milk. Put into the blender and blend down until you have a smoothie like texture that will settle nicely in the ice trays.

You can enjoy the Icy Pops after about two hours but I prefer leaving them in the freezer overnight (the texture of them is much nicer the next day!).

 


Soy Protein Shake Recipes


Now it’s over to you – do you have any Soy smoothie recipes that you would like to share with us?

Do you have any questions about the recipes we’ve covered above?

Please leave your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below.

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7 All Natural Protein Shake Recipes

7 All Natural Protein Shake Recipes

Whether you’re a bodybuilder trying to bulk up or a regular light jogger maintaining your weight, a protein shake has probably found its way into your kitchen pantry to eventually become a permanent part of your diet.

If your bland store bought protein shake mixes are killing your taste buds (and your wallet), try these all natural protein shake recipes to shake yourself out of the rut…

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CHIA SEEDS AND GREEK YOGURT BANANA FLAVORED SHAKE

Non-fat unflavored Greek yogurt is an excellent source of protein, with up to 20 grams of per serving. Chia seeds contain a whopping 4 grams of protein per tablespoon, and the banana adds a great creamy consistency to your blend.

Grind the seeds with a quarter cup of raw milk and then add half a cup of the yogurt towards the end with diced banana pieces.

STRAWBERRY AND RICOTTA CHEESE PROTEIN SHAKE

Ricotta cheese is a rich source of protein that many natural protein lovers swear by. Add a handful of frozen strawberries with one cup of ricotta cheese and half a cup of low fat skimmed milk in your blending machine.

You can also add low fat Greek yogurt to the blend to achieve a smoother consistency.

This all natural protein shake recipe can be customized by substituting the strawberry with any other frozen fruits like blueberry, banana cubes or pineapple.

CHOCOLATE FLAVORED LENTIL AND OAT SHAKE

Not exactly the most delicious grains stocked in your pantry, lentils are nonetheless known to be a powerhouse of protein.

Throw a cupful of lentils into your grinder with 1/3 cup of oats and a tablespoon of antioxidant rich unsweetened cocoa powder. Adding 1/3 cup of brown rice will improve the flavor with an added boost of health.

You’ll end up with a ready-to-mix powder that you can whip up on a weekend and store for your busy week ahead to consume with milk.

This shake has a higher carb and fiber content than the conventional store bought shakes, but its easy on your pocket as well as your palate.

HEMP SEED AND ALMOND/PEANUT BUTTER SOY MILK SMOOTHIE

Unflavored soy milk is a great alternative to ready made protein powder mixes because it contains around 8 grams of protein per serving.

Pour one cup of the milk with a scoop of either almond or peanut butter and blend it till the butter mixes well into the milk.

Add a tablespoon of hemp seeds for an additional 5 grams of protein and you’ll have a fantastic post-workout treat in your hands.

ICY COCONUT MILK GELATIN SHAKE

It may sound unappealing at first, but believe us when we say that supplemental gelatin is a great protein source with a whole armory of amino acids.

With 12 grams of protein per tablespoon, its also great for your joints and muscle recovery.

Blend 1 cup of icy coconut milk with 1 tablespoon each of chia seeds and gelatin extract, with a handful of any of your favorite berries for added taste.

A pinch of freshly grated ginger extract will help if you have any stomach troubles.

KALE AND KEFIR CINNAMON PROTEIN SHAKE

Kefir has an established spot in the dairy product Hall of Fame due to its fantastic probiotic as well as nutritional attributes.

Blend half a cup of kefir with half a cup of raw low fat skimmed milk, a cup of kale (you can also use spinach) and a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon.

Adding half an avocado to the mix will give you a booster dose of protein.

GOJI BERRIES ALMOND MILK SHAKE

This unassuming little berry is a surprisingly effective source of protein, as you can get almost 16 grams of protein from one cup. Packed with Vitamin C, amino acids, beta carotene and antioxidants, Goji berries are becoming a popular component of many weight loss diets.

Blend a handful of these berries with a cup of low-fat almond milk and a tablespoon of honey and a pinch of nutmeg to taste.

This pleasantly tangy shake will definitely get your mojo goji-ing if you make it a breakfast regular.

All Natural Protein Shakes

Experimenting with all natural protein shake recipes will give your body a variety of nutrients rather than letting it get accustomed to the boring old protein powder you buy in stores. If you’ve tried and loved any of these recipes, let us know in the comments below.

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