Purple Protein Smoothie Recipe

Purple Protein Smoothie Recipe

Do you eat breakfast usually? My breakfast normally consists of a lot of coffee, and then nothing until lunch. But, I know that if I can get some protein down before I get too far into my day, my energy level definitely holds up better! So I thought I’d share my favorite protein smoothie recipe because it’s quick and delicious (and it’s purple!)

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Set up your mixer or blender (I use a knock off of the Magic Bullet)
  2. Add the yogurt, milk or juice, protein powder, then the fruit. (Complete this order in reverse if using a traditional blender)
  3. Blend until mixture is smooth.

So a few things from my personal experience.

This is not a low-calorie smoothie but it is a meal replacement. I estimate it has about 45 grams of protein, depending on your yogurt, protein and milk choices. It’s definitely filling!

I also get plain or vanilla flavored Greek yogurt. I like the extra protein from the Greek type of yogurt, and I find it has less sugar because it’s not very sweet.

If you like almond or coconut milk, they work great as the “liquid” in this recipe. Water also works, but I find it makes it a bit thin for my taste.

You can also use fresh fruit, but I’d suggest adding a few ice cubes so that it stays cold. And be sure the fruit is very ripe and/or cut up in to small pieces so it blends together easier.

There you have it. This is my go to smoothie recipe I will make for breakfast. I try to drink it while it’s still pretty cold as I check emails and stuff in the morning at my desk.

Do you have a favorite protein smoothie recipe to share? Post it in the comments below!

Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. While this doesn’t impact your purchase price, I may receive some form of compensation as a result. 

3 thoughts on “Purple Protein Smoothie Recipe

  1. I just made a smoothie with a bunch of frozen fruit, water, protein powder, magnesium powder, omega 3 stuff – Barlean’s lemon, and more. I change it up everytime. I don’t usually use yogurt or milk just because I have a casein sensitivity.

Leave a Reply