Post Workout Shake

Post Workout Shake created by justcallmetoni

You can sweeten this up with a little Splenda or honey if you prefer it sweeter. Recipe courtesy of Juan Carlos-Cruz from the program "Weighing In."

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  • Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Serve cold.
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"You can sweeten this up with a little Splenda or honey if you prefer it sweeter. Recipe courtesy of Juan Carlos-Cruz from the program "Weighing In.""

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  1. Sydney Mike
    Followed the recipe exactly & came up with an OUTSTANDING fruit shake with little effort! Thanks so much for this recipe!
  2. justcallmetoni
    Post Workout Shake Created by justcallmetoni
  3. justcallmetoni
    Post Workout Shake Created by justcallmetoni
  4. justcallmetoni
    Yummo! I now realize the key to a fabulous smoothie is using frozen fruit instead of ice cubes. That way you get the frosty texture while maintaining the intensity of the fruit. In this one you also get a wonderful creaminess of the banana. I had to top off my frozen blueberries with frozen mixed berries. I was also nervous about the pastureized egg substitute and limited it to just a quarter cup. So rich and good. Thanks cookiedog!
  5. justcallmetoni
    Yummo! I now realize the key to a fabulous smoothie is using frozen fruit instead of ice cubes. That way you get the frosty texture while maintaining the intensity of the fruit. In this one you also get a wonderful creaminess of the banana. I had to top off my frozen blueberries with frozen mixed berries. I was also nervous about the pastureized egg substitute and limited it to just a quarter cup. So rich and good. Thanks cookiedog!
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