Protein Fluff

My favorite way to drink my protein shakes is in the form of what I call “fluff“.

Two things make my protein shakes look and taste like a milkshake. A frozen banana and a food processor. I’ve figured out the combination of these two things make a wonderfully whipped shake that resembles the Wendy’s frosty.

Caught your attention?

I do multiple variations of these shakes but below are the key ingredients:

  • 1 frozen banana (in slices)
  • 1/4 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1 scoop of protein powder of choice
  • a handful of ice cubes
  • a food processor

If you want to add more fruit to your shake, sometimes I do frozen strawberries or blueberries when using my plain vanilla powder, nix the ice cubes!

Here is exactly how I make my shakes:

  1. Pulse the frozen banana in the food processor for about 5-10 seconds
  2. Add the almond milk and mix for 5 seconds
  3. Add the protein powder and mix for 1 minute continuously
  4. Add the ice cubes and mix continuously for 2 minutes (or the frozen fruit)
  5. Pour and enjoy!
Protein Fluff. Love it

Protein Fluff. Love it

Vanilla bean fluff! Vanilla protein powder, 1 frozen banana, 2 madagascar vanilla beans, ice cubes, and unsweetened almond milk

Vanilla bean fluff! Vanilla protein powder, 1 frozen banana, 2 madagascar vanilla beans, ice cubes, and unsweetened almond milk

I will sometimes drink with a straw but I also like to eat with a spoon. The fluff creates a lot of volume too so it looks like you are getting a HUGE serving, but the calorie count is still the same!

Another fluffy shake!

Another fluffy shake!

Blueberries and Cream! Yum :)

Blueberries and Cream! Yum 🙂

Casein Fluff. EXTRA fluffy

Casein Fluff. EXTRA fluffy

Depending on the fruit, the shakes average in around 220-235 calories. Not too shabby for a milkshake huh?

Here is the nutritional info for a standard fluff: 220 calories, 3.1 grams of fat, 27.6 grams of carbs, 2.9 grams of dietary fiber, 15.6 grams of sugar (banana), 24-26 grams of protein (depending on the brand of whey)

Happy eating…

XOXO With a Cherry On Top,

-Minnie

Comments

  1. when you eat your shakes for breakfast do you eat anything else with them??

  2. Can you taste the bananas in the fluff? I REALLY don’t like bananas (sad, I know) and I’m scared to try this recipe because of them. But I know it won’t be as fluffy and creamy without the bananas. Such a dilemma! Thanks!

    • If you add enough protein powder you cannot taste it at all! Try adding cocoa powder too to cover up the taste, or maybe some PB2 or peanut butter. You can also try adding just HALF of a banana!

    • One trick I do is I use chocolate protein powder then add frozen cherries. You don’t taste banana at all and it’s like chocolate covered cherries. Or add cocoa powder like Katie suggested! Delicious and you get all the fluffiness from using the whole banana!

    • I use a tablespoon or two of sugar free jello pudding powder to my shakes sometimes no fruit at all makes it thicker expecially if i use greek yogurt too.

  3. I am so happy I found this recipe on here! I always see you post these pictures on Instagram and think they look so delicious!! Thank you for sharing these! It really makes eating healthy more fun with your recipes! I cannot wait to try it! 🙂

  4. I am totally obsessed with this recipe! I use so many variations of it every morning! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Elizabeth says:

    I cant seem to get it to fluff??

  6. would you send me a good brand name for the
    protein powder?

  7. Sheryl hazelett says:

    I am allergic to bananas. Most shakes I see have them. Is there a substitute?

  8. Are these protein shakes considered a liquid diet? Can I lose weight using them?

  9. This looks awesome! Do you need a food processor to make this? Or can you use a blender?

  10. You make those look yummy enough to try!!

  11. This was delicious! I usually can’t stand the taste of the protein powder. It totally masked the flavor!

  12. I put bananas in a ziplock bag and mash them up and freeze. The frozen banana is what helps make it thick. I use protein powder as well,almond milk,spinach,kale and blueberries or some other frozen fruit. Just like a thick milkshake. I drink mine after a 4 mile walk,which counts as my lunch.

  13. This fluff is life!!! Saved me from eating cookies.

  14. Emma Watson says:

    I do this all the time! For a treat add a table spoon of peanut butter! Adds 4g of protien & is ridiculously good with chocolate flavoured protein powder 🙂

  15. Would the Quest protein powder work alright with the Fluff?

  16. So delicious
    Was so fluffy

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