Super Shake Recipe

Written by Andrew Linn

September 26, 2017

Shakes are a great way to get good calories in and a delicious, convenient way. Here are a few tips from Precision Nutrition when creating a healthy shake.

Take a look at some basic guidelines to a healthy shake, note that these are not mandatory when creating your healthy shake.

If you want less calories, feel free to skip steps. If you are eating low carb, you may want to sub a fruit and add extra veggies. You get the point. Make it what you want/need it to be.

Step 1: Pick a liquidsuper-shake-recipes

Water, almond butter, milk, iced green tea, ripple (pea protein milk), rice milk, ice cubes

Step 2: Pick a protein powder

There are many different blends of proteins that you can use. Find something that you like. Here are a couple of options: whey, pea, rice, hemp (we love Advocare’s protein- whey and plant based)


Step 3: Pick a fruit

Feel free to be creative when picking a fruit. Here are some commonly used fruits: Apple, berries, banana, powdered fruit supplement, pineapple.

Step 4: Pick a vegetable

Dark leafy greens (Spinach, kale), Pumpkin, sweet potato, beets, cucumber

Step 5: Pick a healthy fat

Avocado, walnuts, cashews, almonds, peanut butter/almond butter, flax seed, hemp seeds, chia seeds

Step 6: Add any missing ingredient

Oats, coconut, cacao nibs, yogurt, granola, cinnamon.

Precision Nutrition’s Original Super Shake

12 ounces of water

2 scoops of vanilla protein

2 cupped handfuls of fresh or frozen berries

1 fist of spinach

1 thumb of mixed nuts

1 thumb ground flax

½ cup of plain yogurt

1 serving of greens supplement


Add water or iced green tea, protein, berries, nuts, ground flax, yogurt, and greens supplement to a blender and blend on high for 1 minute, Next add the spinach to the blender and blend again for 1 minute. Add ice if using fresh berries and uncooked oats if you want to add more carbs.

*Nutrition Info

Calories 495 calories

Protein 60 g

Carbohydrates 37g

Fiber 10g

Sugars 24g

Fat 12 g

Saturated Fat 3.5g

Monounsaturated Fat 4 g

Polyunsaturated Fat 4.5 g

Omega 3 2.1g

Omega 6 2.4 g

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