Try this raspberry lemonade smoothie for new, delicious variety of protein powder shake
A change of pace is nice, especially when you’re making a smoothie with protein powder. After a while, they all taste the same.
We’re calling this raspberry lemonade.
I’m being told it tastes like wedding cake. (And if this one isn’t enough, here’s a similarly delicious smoothie made with protein powder: fancy wedding cake smoothie.)
Anyways, you should really try this raspberry lemonade smoothie. It’s delicious.
Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie
A sweet and tart smoothie that tastes like wedding cake.
- vanilla almond milk (unsweetened) - 1 cup (240 mL)
- lemon (with peel) - 1/4 whole
- vanilla protein powder - 1 scoop (30 g)
- raspberries (fresh or frozen) - 1 cup (187 g)
- banana (peeled and frozen) - 1 whole
- *ice - 1/2 cup (108 g) - 1 cup (217 g)
- Add all ingredients into Vitamix container
- Ramp from variable speed 1 to 10
- Blend on high for 90 seconds (or run 2 “smoothie” cycles)
- Pour into a large glass
- Snap a pic and tag #lifeisNOYOKE
Useful tips for Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie
* If you’re using frozen raspberries, use 1/2 cup (108 g) of ice. If you’re using fresh raspberries, use a full cup of ice (217 g) for the correct texture.
This smoothie is sweet. If you have a low sugar tolerance, use half the amount of vanilla protein powder.
Raspberries leave little seeds in your blend (even with a Vitamix), so if you’ve got a picky eater, consider swapping for another berry.
This is a thick smoothie (which is great for the base of a smoothie bowl). If you like it thinner, add more almond milk or add time to your blend.
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