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Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Shake

This came from American Bariatric's Support Group. This recipe uses jam to not only flavor the drink but also sweeten it at the same time. It doesn't matter what type of jam you use but try to make sure it is natural if possible so that you reduce all those unnecessary added preservatives. Strawberry jam works best in my opinion for this particular recipe. Avoid raspberry jam in your shakes if you don't like raspberry seeds. One thing to try is replacing the vanilla protein powder with chocolate and use marmalade as your jam (just in case you aren't sure, marmalade is orange jam). Other than the supplements powder, the protein in this particular homemade shake is being provided by the skimmed milk, plain fat-free yogurt and even a little from the natural peanut butter. You could use any other type of yogurt you like to change the flavor (you can use a fruit flavor matching the jam flavor, just remember to stick to natural yogurt)

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ingredients

  • 1 cup skim milk
  • 1 cup plain fat-free yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon natural-style peanut butter
  • 1 tablespoon fruit jam (strawberry, grape, etc â natural if possible)
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder

directions

  • Mix in a blender.
  • Serve and enjoy!
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"This came from American Bariatric's Support Group. This recipe uses jam to not only flavor the drink but also sweeten it at the same time. It doesn't matter what type of jam you use but try to make sure it is natural if possible so that you reduce all those unnecessary added preservatives. Strawberry jam works best in my opinion for this particular recipe. Avoid raspberry jam in your shakes if you don't like raspberry seeds. One thing to try is replacing the vanilla protein powder with chocolate and use marmalade as your jam (just in case you aren't sure, marmalade is orange jam). Other than the supplements powder, the protein in this particular homemade shake is being provided by the skimmed milk, plain fat-free yogurt and even a little from the natural peanut butter. You could use any other type of yogurt you like to change the flavor (you can use a fruit flavor matching the jam flavor, just remember to stick to natural yogurt)"
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  1. internetnut
    This came from American Bariatric's Support Group. This recipe uses jam to not only flavor the drink but also sweeten it at the same time. It doesn't matter what type of jam you use but try to make sure it is natural if possible so that you reduce all those unnecessary added preservatives. Strawberry jam works best in my opinion for this particular recipe. Avoid raspberry jam in your shakes if you don't like raspberry seeds. One thing to try is replacing the vanilla protein powder with chocolate and use marmalade as your jam (just in case you aren't sure, marmalade is orange jam). Other than the supplements powder, the protein in this particular homemade shake is being provided by the skimmed milk, plain fat-free yogurt and even a little from the natural peanut butter. You could use any other type of yogurt you like to change the flavor (you can use a fruit flavor matching the jam flavor, just remember to stick to natural yogurt)
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