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Shankerr
04-13-2001, 12:35 AM
hey again Mates

I had another question. What is a good blend of friuts, additives, etc. that makes a tasty, but effective, shake/smoothie. I have access to most any normal ingredients, and I use ProLab and GNC protein powder. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I'd prefer something with like berries/banannas/etc. whateva tastes good, and worx :-)

Thanx again

Shankerr

Budiak
04-13-2001, 01:16 AM
8oz water
1.5-2 scoops of your fave powder.
4 oz lowfat milk
one banana
5 grams glutamine powder
one tablespoon natty pb
5-6 ice cubes


Chuck it into blender in that order. Blend until ice is crushed. Cream.

Joe Black
04-13-2001, 02:47 AM
Hey this was posted by Mac a short time back......



Anyways here is something I have been using,
2 cups tropical fruit juice(all natty)
40 grms carbs
2 5 ounce bannanas
60 odd carbs
200 grms frozen berries
24 grms
2 scoops whey
34 grms(Designer Whey)
Falx oil:2 tble spoons (Omega 3&6 Blend)
30 grms
Total Cals:
Carbs:496
Pro:136
Fat:270
Total Cals:902 cals
Keep the flax out if your using the smoothie for a postworkout shake.
To throw off the flax flavor which is barely detectable I would throw in some cyrstal light(kiwi bannana etc...)

Compared to a N Large ya can't beat the freshness and feeling of a cold friut smoothie.

beercan
04-13-2001, 05:40 AM
12 oz crushed ice

16 oz milk

1-2 tbs natty peanut butter

1/3- 2/3 cup oats

1 scoop chocolate designer protein

Gonna go make one right now, this is my year round shake, I adjust the type of milk, and amount of oats and pb accordingly. I may add some glutamine when cutting...

Shankerr
04-13-2001, 10:51 AM
Thanks alot for the ideas guys. Now that I have three recipes, I think its time to make a trip to GNC and the grocery store to try em out ;-)

Thanx again

Shankerr

Darcy Tucker
04-13-2001, 10:57 AM
Try beercans first. I think that would be the best and I would like to hear what it tastes like.

Shankerr
04-13-2001, 06:28 PM
I'm gonna be away for a few days, but I plan on firing one of Beercan's shakes up as ssoon as I get back, I'll let ya know waht its like. I'm actually gonna make every one of the recipies on different days anf try em all out I think!!

I'll post my experience with all of em, as well as experiences and recipies that I pick up at the gym next week

Avatar
04-13-2001, 06:38 PM
Beercan's shake is similar to my first meal everyday. Main difference is its not a shake. I cook my oatmeal.

I normally cook 2/3 cup of oatmeal with 1 tbsp peanut butter + 1/2 tsp Cocoa Mix. Once its done cooking I pour in bowl and add 1 scp chocolate protein and put on a dab of milk. Its awesome tasting and depending on portion size, is great for bulking or cutting.

big calvin
04-14-2001, 06:30 PM
i just tried this the other day, very simple and very good.

2-3 scoops isopure vanilla protien
1 banana
(i told u it was simple :)

p:50-75 c:24g f:1g

high protien, moderate carbs, low fat.

hemants
04-16-2001, 07:59 AM
Here's my first breakfast most weekdays:

1 cup milk
1 banana
1 apple or pear or plum or peach
1/2 cup blueberries or strawberries
1 tablespoon ground flax seeds
3 scoops Vanilla whey protein isolate

Yummy!

Shankerr
04-16-2001, 03:15 PM
Thanks alot for your help!! :-)

I tried BeerCan's, it tastes great, and goes down fairly well. Actually, i even felt pretty full after drinking a glass (about 600ml) of the stuff.

I also came across another idea for a recipe, and I really like the taste. Its a bit different tasting, but its definitely not unpleasant.

3/4 cup frozen fruit (melon, peches, berries, etc.)
1 tbps natty PB
2 scoops vanilla whey (I used ProLab, but whateva)
2 cups orange juice

Its a bit different, and might be a good alternative fro some ppl that are sick of the asme old taste.

Anyway, thanks again

Shane

Shankerr
04-16-2001, 06:38 PM
Another variation of BeerCans shake could be to use vanilla whey and 1 tbsp of cocoa. I jsut ran outta chocolate whey, and thought I'd try this variation out, and its delicious!!!!

Just thought I'd keep you posted

Shane

PS. Thanx alot for all your help, its very much appreciated :-)

big calvin
04-16-2001, 07:45 PM
bro try the isopure with apples!!!! it tastes a little like beer but other then that it rules!!!! :)

Shankerr
04-16-2001, 09:19 PM
hey man, that sounds great to me.. Notice my subscript, Proud member of the Canadian Drinking Team!! As a canadian university student, even though I am all about health, I am also all about beer!!! ;-)

j/k