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2011/04/05 15:25:12 (permalink)
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Protein Shakes

Hi all.
I had a scan around the forums and couldn't find any recipe's for protein shakes.
I normally just have some protein powder in with a load of milk and some chocolate nesquik.
 
I've noticed that a lot of people seem to use oats in their shakes. Do you have to cook them first, or just whack them in?
 
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    Re:Protein Shakes 2011/04/05 15:40:21 (permalink)
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    No need to cook them.
     
    One i use is
     
    Half tub cottage cheese (full tub makes the shake to thick IMO)
    2 scoops whey
    70g to 100g oats
    Peanut butter
    Water
     
    Then just blend the lot with a blender
     
    post edited by pauld - 2011/04/05 15:42:06

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    Re:Protein Shakes 2011/04/05 15:51:24 (permalink)
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    Thanks a lot. Is that just filling the blender with water after adding all the ingredients?
     
    Could I do one with protein, oats, full fat milk, a banana and some chocolate powder?

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    Re:Protein Shakes 2011/04/05 16:03:12 (permalink)
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    pauld

    No need to cook them.

    One i use is

    Half tub cottage cheese (full tub makes the shake to thick IMO)
    2 scoops whey
    70g to 100g oats
    Peanut butter
    Water

    Then just blend the lot with a blender



     
    is that pleasant to drink? sounds nice
     
    have you worked out the nutritional value of the drink, if not then go on.......it'll save me doing it :)

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    Re:Protein Shakes 2011/04/05 16:04:18 (permalink)
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    I pour the water in first and blend the food. If its too thick i top up the mixture with another bit of water and test it again.
     
    As for your shake. If its suits your goals then fine.

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    Re:Protein Shakes 2011/04/05 16:08:09 (permalink)
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    tuc biscuit

    pauld

    No need to cook them.

    One i use is

    Half tub cottage cheese (full tub makes the shake to thick IMO)
    2 scoops whey
    70g to 100g oats
    Peanut butter
    Water

    Then just blend the lot with a blender




    is that pleasant to drink? sounds nice

    have you worked out the nutritional value of the drink, if not then go on.......it'll save me doing it :)

    Lazy
     
    Roughly 60g carbs from the oats and 40g protein (protein depends on which powder you use i guess).
     
    Tablespoon of peanut butter in terms of fat? Im not sure on that one
     
    I sometimes chuck in some natural yogurt also - another couple of grams of protein


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