Whip up this high-protein smoothie made with fresh mango, vanilla yoghurt, almond milk, honey and protein powder.
My kids never agree on anything, except that this is the best smoothie ever! I have to admit it is very good and I typically don't like mango. Instead of the protein powder we use maca powder. - 13 Feb 2016
Delicious! I drink protein smoothies several times per week and am always looking for new ideas. I had all the ingredients on hand, and this one sounded really good - and it was! Of course the calorie count will depend on what whey protein you use (they vary greatly) and also your yogurt and almond milk choices. I used Optimum Nutrition French Vanilla Creme whey, Dannon Light & Fit vanilla greek non-fat yogurt, and Blue Diamond original sweetened almond/coconut blend. The calories came out to only 290 per serving, and the serving size is VERY generous (I got to fill up my glass twice - YAY!). It is plenty filling and perfect as a quick breakfast or after-workout snack. Thank you Lela, I'll be making this again and again! - 14 Aug 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
What a guilt free mid afternoon pick me up! I have shied away from protein powder because my DS uses it in nasty looking and smelling potions, but it is fine this way. Thanks, Lela! - 09 Aug 2014 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)