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    I need a smoothie recipe

    Any good smoothie recipes out there that you like.

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    Milk
    Banana
    choc pudding
    choc or plain protein powder

    or

    frozen fruit
    plain greek yogurt
    vanilla or plain protein powder
    milk

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    OJ
    Fresh or Frozen fruit
    Protien Powder
    Low Fat Yogurt
    Ice

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    1 scoop vanilla whey, 1 cup milk, 1 cup ice, banana, blend and enjoy!

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    try also mango jucie with vanilla flavor protein powder and frozen pineapple chunks...Muslce Milk is the best tasting for me...

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    After most training ride, I have one of these right after the workout to quicken recovery. It's filled with antioxidants , protein, and quickly replenishs the glycogen in the muscles.

    1 serving fresh / thawed frozen strawberry
    1 serving fresh/ thawed frozen blueberry or mixed berry
    1 banana
    1 cup juice. I use the kids apple, cranberry or orange, what ever we have. use good quality, 100% juice not loaded with sugar
    1 cup ice
    1 serving of protein powder. Hammer Whey, EAS Whey.

    It's about 500 cal, 70carbs, 30 pro. You can reduce the recipe if you need less cals.

    Just like any recovery drink, you'll need to have a real meal within an hour or two of the workout or you may bonk,or binge eat.

    enjoy!
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    keep it green...


    1 frozen banana
    1 handful berries
    1 salad's worth of kale or spinach
    1 tbsp yogurt or kefir
    1 raw egg
    1 tbsp raw nut butter
    1 serving of protein powder
    1 stevia to taste

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    All good recipes. Throw in a can of sardines for flavor.
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    Or not. Ew. JMO.

    I always wing it. The only consistent is that at least something has to be frozen. Frozen bannas and strawberries are good, though ice with fresh fruit can work in a pinch. I also prefer yogurt to milk (mmm, brown cow) but that's personal preference. I use vanilla soy protein powder when I think I need it, and otherwise whatever is fresh and in season.

    Oh yeah, and peanut butter. Or almond butter. Heeeeeeeeelllll yeah.
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    Other than the Sardines, it's great to read other's ideas.
    My mix is fresh/frozen fruit & berries, ice, soy milk, non-fat yogurt, cinnamon and honey to taste.
    Haven't yet played with the protein powders.

    Oh, and yeah anchovies would probably suk too..
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    6 oz. frozen orange juice concentrate
    1 cup milk
    3 egg whites
    1 cup water
    1/4 cup sugar
    1 tsp. vanilla extract
    8 ice cubes

    Makes 2 servings

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    One of the beauties of a smoothie is you don't really need a recipe. Throw some healthy stuff into a blender, let 'er rip, and try to remember what you put in there if it tastes really good. I'd just keep a list of those healthy things you like, try to keep them around the house, and pick and choose when you need one.

    I read on another thread that keeping frozen fruit around--such as blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, and bananas (which are really easy to freeze on your own when they are getting old instead of throwing them away, while the former ones can be bought frozen)--is a great way to make quick smoothies. I've tried it a couple of times and it worked like a charm. You can get a big bag of frozen fruit on the grocery store for $10-$12 and it will last for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatorback View Post
    One of the beauties of a smoothie is you don't really need a recipe. Throw some healthy stuff into a blender, let 'er rip, and try to remember what you put in there if it tastes really good. I'd just keep a list of those healthy things you like, try to keep them around the house, and pick and choose when you need one.
    For real. Fruit, Yogurt, add whatever supplements you want, throw in a Clif Bar, maybe some mint, peanut butter, Baileys, Vodka, blend. Drink.

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    In a 64 oz glass blender carafe, add:

    1/2 cup fresh raspberries
    1/2 cup black berries
    1/2 cup strawberries
    1 ripe banana
    1 cup whole milk
    1/2 cup malted shake powder
    1/4 cup raw sugar
    1/2 cup vanilla yogurt
    2 cups crushed ice

    Blend until smoothe; adjust the amount of milk, ice, or yogurt added to get the consistency you prefer.

    Berry, berry good.

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    1/2 hemp milk
    1/2 OJ
    1/2 cup frozen organic mixed berries
    teaspoon almond butter
    scoop strawberry recoverite
    scoop Hammer Whey Choc.
    1/2 cup oats

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    Surprised more of you don't just bury some greens in there - really, a handful of spinach or kale doesn't change the taste (if you overload it, it can change consistency though, and add a bit of bitterness) - easy way to get in a salad's worth of nutrients.

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    Vanilla Soy Milk
    Banana
    frozen mixed berries
    spinach leaves
    lemon
    lime
    yogurt
    if its good throw it in...
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    Wow, those are complicTed as he'll!

    Only 2 ya need:

    Low fat strawberry banana:
    10 ice cubes
    1 banana (listen to weezy)
    5 large frozen strawberrys
    40g vanilla whey
    8oz stineyfield strawberry smoothie (yogurt drink)
    Blend

    Low Carb for night
    13 ice cubes EXACTLY
    2 tablespoons natural peanut butter
    40g chocolate whey/casein
    8oz Mootopia (low fat milk if you have no HEB)
    Also blend
    ORP

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    3 handfuls baby spinach leaves
    1 handful blueberries
    1 handful strawberries
    5 walnuts
    1 banana
    1 teaspoon ground flax
    1/2 teaspoon Chia seed
    1 tablespoon almond butter
    1 cup almond milk
    blend
    Last edited by AZ; 09-07-2011 at 06:48 AM.

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    3 ice cubes, banana, handful of blueberries, scoop of pb, 2 scoops whey, squirt of honey, 1 cup milk. Sometimes choco syrup for extra cals. (sorry for the rough estimates on how much, I usually wing it

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