PowerProteinYogurt

Power Protein Yogurt

This recipe was a happy accident.

This week, Ruben has been out of town and I’m not used to making my own coffee in the morning along with getting ready for work and Jazlynn ready for school.

Anyway, instead of coffee I’ve been making morning smoothies. Only today’s smoothie turned out a bit in the thick side. Of course I was in a rush so instead of fussing with thinning my creation I just twisted the cap on and headed out.

Once I got to work and swapped the lid for a handle I realized there would really be no way of sipping my “smoothie”. Voila! I decided it’s officially my Power Protein Yogurt 🙂

I grabbed a spoon and ate it up – it was creamy, but still light. This would be so good after a morning walk/jog. You can even use it as a sauce to mix in with a fruit salad. Maybe mandarins, raspberries, bananas, and diced apples.

Power Protein Yogurt

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Total Time: 1 minute

Serving Size: about 1 cup

Calories per serving: 258

Fat per serving: 11

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup strawberries
  • 1/2 cup mango
  • 1/2 cup avocado
  • 2 tbsp protein powder
  • water (as needed for desired thickness)

Instructions

  1. Cut fruit into small chunks.
  2. Put all ingredients into Nutribullet (or your blender) and blend for about a minute.
  3. Serve and enjoy.

Notes

Though the nutritional density of this recipe seems high, I can tell you it was very filling.

http://foodiezoolee.com/2014/08/power-protein-yogurt/

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The only thing I’m ashamed of is the fact that I didn’t take any pictures of it. But just to tickle your senses I’m sharing links of smoothies that LOOK may taste like mine.

Here’s one, but it has more ingredients.
The color is more pink than mine on this one.
Here’s the closest – realizing others have made this!

Click here to get the Sensational Smoothies recipe book :)

Have you ever made an accidental recipe? Tell me about it in the comments!

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