Smoothies can be a great way to fill up without hours of prep. If you’re looking for a high protein smoothie that can be made in under five minutes then try my Raspberry Ruffle high protein smoothie!
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Raspberry Ruffle High Protein Smoothie
If you’ve been following me on Instagram for a while you might have realised how much I LOVE a good smoothie! So naturally, I was experimenting in the kitchen and came up with this delicious take on a Raspberry Ruffle bar in a high protein smoothie form.
Packing 24g of protein this little delight will keep you feeling full and help you recover from an intense workout.
If you want to make it extra cheeky, shave some dark chocolate on top (but not too much to blow out your calories).
Makes 2 Portions | 319 Calories Per Portion
- 15g Carbohydrates
- 17g Fat
- 24g Protein
- 45g Coconut Milk Powder (I used Maggi which is available in Tesco)
- 250ml Water
- 50g Blueberry & Raspberry Protein Powder (I used My Protein Impact Whey Blueberry & Raspberry)
- 100g Frozen Raspberries
- 120ml Unsweetened Almond Milk
- 50g Fat-Free Greek Yoghurt
As with most smoothies, the method is simple.
Combine everything into your blender jug and blitz until smooth. I normally put the fruit at the bottom and protein powder at the top just to make sure the fruit blends properly and there are no chunks pouring into your glass or bottle.
You can make this the night before and store in the fridge to grab and go the following morning. I’d just suggest giving it a little shake before drinking to make sure the ingredients are mixed well and haven’t settled.
Have you tried this delicious Raspberry Ruffle High Protein Smoothie? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!