Thursday, June 9, 2011

Extremely healthy breakfast to go!

If you are like me you usually get up in the morning and rush out the door without doing much other than washing up and getting dressed.
If not you may still enjoy this as you can make it very quickly and it will be a huge nutritious punch to your morning diet!


The Reeses Pieces Power Shake!!!!
*warning contains peanuts



Ingredients you will need
1. 1 Cup Skim Milk
2. 2.5 Scoops of Chocolate Whey Protein
3. 1 large Tbsp of smooth Peanut Butter
4. 1 Cup "Whites" Egg Beaters (Here is a link if you have no idea what these are)
http://www.eggbeaters.com/products/whites.jsp
5. 1 Large Tbsp Creatine
6. 1/3rd a cup of ground Hazel nuts
7. 3 Ice cubes

Steps

In a blender add all of the above and blend for 30 - 45 seconds until you have a smooth thick shake.
Eat/drink in a mug or container with a lid.

The best thing about this power drink is that it is cheap for the amount the ingreds will make and will give you a massive burst of energy for multiple hours.
If you are planning on going hiking/camping or just have a sport coming up in a few hours this is the drink for you!

Warning!!!! As with all power drinks if you drink this more than 2-3 times a day you really need to hit the gym or else you will notice you will start to get fat. Even though this drink is overflowing with energy if you cannot use it up it will simply go into storage (fat)


Enjoy! If you have any recipes you would like to share please place them in the comments :) No pressure for that though at all.

37 comments:

  1. I'm lying here on my bed and hunger struck me at exactly the same time as your blog update hit my news feed. God, your blog is such a teese!

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  2. Lol sorry about that. At least now you have another option for lunch today! :D

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  3. Seems like a good shake for building muscle

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  4. Shitload of protein and carbohydrate. I will try it.

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  5. yeah you better hit the gym if your gonna take creatine, put that stuff to good use. sounds good i might try this out.

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  6. Good, but I don't see the need for the creatine for the normal person.

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  7. Damn you! Gonna go make this now.

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  8. MMM :9 Sounds delish. I'll be sure to try this out soon.

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  9. Looks like a decent supplement shake :)

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  10. This sounds so yummy! Whenever I get a few dollar to spare I'm going to make one!

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  11. You'll turn into the hulk if you drink this every day, so many calories!

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  12. Sounds good, I'm going to try this!

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  13. Nice i'll have to try it out sometime!

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  14. ill try it tomorrow for the school!

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  15. I wouldn't call this "Extremely healthy". Contains far too many calories!

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  16. nice im saving this recipe. gonna try it tomorrow!

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  17. I sometimes make shakes like this but I do yoghurt, protein powder, and fresh fruit. They taste awesome :)

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  18. haha extremely healthy and reese's usually don't go in the same topic heading...

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  19. HA you better have a full day planed if you are even drinking ONE of these!!!

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  20. Sounds good and tasty gonna make it.

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  21. hmmm.. the nuts you see. what to do

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  22. I read healthy and Reeces.

    I'm all in!

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  23. Mm, this sounds great! I love having a shake for breakfast, easy to sip on the bus! I'll skip the creatine too.

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  24. You went from making napalm to making breakfast shakes? lol interesting.

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  25. oh man that sounds delicious

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  26. I've made 4 of these since you posted this. :(

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  27. Lol ThirtySeven Every day is a random thing ;)

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