All of the creamy, sweet, chocolatey tastes from your most loved dessert came together in a healthy, cool, and refreshing Chocolate Birthday Cake Protein Smoothie. There is no doubt that this nutritious, easy, and fun snack or breakfast is a solid reason to celebrate!
At this point, it is probably obvious that I am into a creamy, cold, and thick snack, breakfast or dessert option that additionally nourishes my body. As much as the occasional milkshake is a fun splurge, I normally try my best to save an ice cream for special indulgences. Instead, on a day-to-day basis, I usually treat myself to a sweet and healthy protein-packed treat that satisfies my nutritional needs and tastebuds.
Chocolate Birthday Cake Protein Smoothie Recipe
- One scoop of Quest Nutrition Chocolate Milkshake Protein Powder, High Protein, Low Carb, Gluten Free, Soy Free, 2 Pound
- One and a half cups of crushed ice
- Half a cup of Blue Diamond Almonds Breeze Dairy Free Almondmilk, 32, Unsweetened Original, 384 Fl Oz (Pack of 12)
- One tablespoon Ghirardelli 100% Unsweetened Ground Cocoa | 8 oz. | Baking & Desserts
- One tablespoon cold or room temperature Bulletproof Vanilla Cold Brew Coffee, Keto Friendly with Brain Octane C8 MCT Oil and Grass Fed Butter, Sugar Free, Vanilla, 12 Pack
- An eighth tablespoon salt
- One tablespoonMedley Hills Farm Rainbow decorating Sprinkles 1.5 lbs, divided
- Whipped topping for serving (optional)
Combine the first six ingredients – the protein powder through salt – in a blender and blend until smooth. To the mixture, add roughly half of the rainbow sprinkles and pulse once maybe once or twice to mix. Take the mixture and pour it into a glass. Top with the whipped topping as well as the remaining sprinkles. Serve immediately.
In less than four minutes, you can surely enjoy this amazing and yummy protein-packed treat. It is an incredible way to satisfy your craving. You can take it as a rich dessert in the evening or as an energizing way to begin your day. Do not forget to tap it with almonds, fruit, whipped cream, granola, or even more rainbow sprinkles.
Health enthusiast, runner, protein nut. Owen likes to write about protein, particularly alternatve supplementation and supplement comparisons.