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Strawberry and banana protein shake recipe for recovery

Strawberry and banana protein shake for weight gain and recovery

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Indulge in a decadent yet nutritious treat with a Strawberry Banana Protein Shake, to support weight gain and muscle recovery. Bursting with the natural sweetness of strawberries and the creaminess of bananas, this shake delivers a powerful punch of protein essential for muscle repair and growth. The whole milk kefir contains around 12 grams of protein per cup and is sure to help you recover and gain!

So, if you are working out or looking to gain weight in muscle mass this will be the perfect pre-workout prep and post-workout treat for you!

Prep Time 5 mins Total Time 5 mins Difficulty: Beginner Servings: 1 Estimated Cost: £  6 Calories: 403 Best Season: Suitable throughout the year

What You'll Need:

How to make the protein shake

  1. Chop up the strawberries and bananas:

    Using a knife, chop the strawberries and bananas into small 1cm cubes. This will make it easier and faster to blend. If you opt for frozen strawberries, you can put them in a plastic food bag and smash them with a rolling pin.

  2. Combine the oats and Kefir milk:

    Put both the oats and Kefir milk into your blender and allow the oats to soften while you prep the rest of your shake.

  3. Crush up the ice:

    Get a plastic food bag and fill this up with your ice. Use a rolling pin to crush the ice.

  4. Combine all of the ingredients:

    Put all of the ingredients into your blender, at this point, you should have an idea of the size of the portion - if it doesn't seem like enough you can add more strawberries and milk.

  5. Mix it all up!

    Blend the shake until it's at a smooth creamy consistency. Pour it into your favourite cup and enjoy!

Nutrition:

Serving Size 1 Large smoothie cup

Servings 1


Amount Per Serving
Calories 403kcal
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 11g17%
Total Carbohydrate 62g21%
Protein 14g29%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Keywords: protein shake, strawberry and banana milkshake, recovery, weight gain.

FAQs

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How does protein help your muscles in recovery?

After intense exercise, muscle fibres undergo microscopic damage and need repair. Protein consumption provides the necessary amino acids to facilitate this repair process, promoting muscle recovery and growth.

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