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Ketogenic Peanut Butter Milkshake

I love peanut butter and I love milkshakes. So, naturally, I put them together to create this amazing Ketogenic Peanut Butter Milkshake. This super filling milkshake is loaded with fat which makes it the perfect midday pick-me-up. If you have something against peanuts, or are simply allergic, almond or cashew butter is also delicious in this shake! Though, be careful while blending this shake. If you put too much nut butter in your blender, it may jam. What you will need: Serves 2 2 tablespoons peanut butter (Or, your favorite nut butter. Just make sure the ingredients read “nuts, salt” and nothing else!) 1/2 cup coconut cream or full fat coconut milk 1 cup milk of your choice (any works! Almond, whole milk, heavy cream, be creative!) 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1 cup ice Stevia to taste (I use about 1/8 teaspoon) Toss everything into your blender and blend until smooth! Enjoy as breakfast, a midday snack or a delicious dessert! What did the peanut butter say when it had to run? Be back in a Jiffy! Continue reading >>

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  1. grunts_n_th_gym

    best protein shake in the universe (keto friendly)

    hey everyone,
    I have been doing awesomely on keto getting abs and tightening up muscles. I can see my abs for the first time since i started bodybuilding (always been focused on bulking, now Im cutting)
    anyway, discovered a sweet ass way to make a protein shake that is completely keto friendly
    ingredients:
    heavy whipping cream AND/OR coconut milk
    protein powder
    water
    Step one:
    mix 1/4 a cup of coconut milk or whipping cream with 1 cup of water
    Step two:
    Pour into ice cube tray and freeze until solid (overnight for me)
    Step three
    Remove cubes and place into two plastic grocery bags
    Step four:
    smash the cubes with a hammer or anything heavy untill they are broken up well
    Step five:
    put cubes into blender
    Step six:
    add protein into blender
    Step seven: turn on the blender
    Step eight:
    slowly add water until the blender runs smoothly
    The secret is make sure you smash up the cubes.
    Also, if your like your shakes really thick (i do...i want to be able to eat them with a spoon if i want) then add the water VERY VERY slowly and keep an eye on the blender.
    I promise that if you do this right, you wont regret it...im pretty sure that unless its my cheat day, this shake is basically my reason for living...lol..

  2. JoeGinger91

    Sounds good, however I don't take protein shakes for the taste, only for their functional use. ON whey and dextrose does the job for me!

  3. grunts_n_th_gym

    Originally Posted by JoeGinger91
    Sounds good, however I don't take protein shakes for the taste, only for their functional use. ON whey and dextrose does the job for me!

    O rly? So I assume that you purchase the purest form of unflavored isolate protein powder available?
    Edit never mind.... JOIN DATE JAN 2011.
    Age: 19....now I feel bad for negging you,,, :/ you werent being a douche....you are just ignorant sorry dude, I will rep you as soon as I can to even it out.
    Let me explain just a few things
    1. no need to leave a snarky comment in a thread when someone is simply offering fellow dieters an option for their diets
    2. adding dextrose to your protein shake, makes it taste better and adds carbs so you are most likely not suffering in the same way those who ingest less then 30 grams (i personally take in under 20) of carbs per day.
    3. just because something taste good doesnt mean it functions less efficiently. This protein shake provides a nice change for those who are dieting heavily, and adds the needed fat and protein that are so important to keto.
    4. Protein shakes might seem fun to you now (especially with your added dextrose) but after 4 or five years of drinking isolate mixed in with water, you will be interested in a bit of change.

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