smoothie recipes?

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  1. getjacked

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    bring it on. I just paid $6.40 for a smoothie :ugh:

    It was damn good though PB&J with a "blast" of protein
     
  2. onslaught61

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    i used to just freeze bananas and strawberries, dice them, throw them in the blender with few scoops of vanilla yogurt and milk and ice pieces and bam instant smoothie.

    or you just could just work at jamba juice and find the secret recipes.
     
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    cup of milk, scoop of whey, small banana(sliced), ~4oz. of straw. yogurt, and two tablespoons of peanut butter with some crushed ice :yum:
     
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    what kinda smoothie is it? is it a meal replacement PWO? what i do is a buy a smoothie every once in a while, try a new flavor, take note of its contents and make it myself, works for me
     
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    nothing hard about it. milk, whey and anything else you'd like. lots of ice...blend.
     
  6. getjacked

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    I want to make ones like they make though, not boring stuff like that

    meal replacements would be nice.

    I saw a little bit of what they put in there, it looked like pb and jelly obviously, yogurt, milk?, ice. I wish they would post the recipes, the name of the place is planet smoothie
     
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    I usually buy these Dannon Fruit smoothie bottles in a 4 pack. They have a low carb no sugar version that tastes really good. If you have any fruit type protein powder or vanilla these mix really well into a protein shake. They are 8 for $5 at the local grocery store.


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  8. getjacked

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    I need high calories, that shit wouldn't cut it
     
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    :rly: Yeah I guess it's only good for cutting cycles. :o
     
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    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    experiment. :)
    base for all: protein, ice

    pb, bananas, milk, van protein
    coffee, banana, choc protein, milk
    all sorts of fruit combos
    berry combos
    pb, nuts, yogurt, protein


    i dont like yogurt though, makes it too thick
     
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    The whey shakes my gym makes are amazingly good, and it's just MetRX protein and ice. I can't figure out the proper ice:whey:water ratio. I imagine once you get that right just add whatever fruit/peanut butter/mansauce you want.
     
  12. getjacked

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    I just experimented today and came across this one

    12oz orange juice
    2 scoops rasberry lemonade i-pro
    handful of berries
    1 cup yogurt
    ice

    it turned out pretty damn good, but it still didn't compare to that PB&J smoothie I had
     
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    Peanut butter cookie dough:
    1.5 cups milk
    1 scoop whey
    2 tbsp peanut butter
    oats (never really measure them out)
    honey
    ice

    Sometimes I'll add a bit of banana to it.
     
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    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    Finishing mine right now.
     
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    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    that shit is a winner.
    bet adding some choc syrup would make it even better. nice!
     
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    Trying this tomorrow.
     
  18. made this but subsituted honey with maple syrup. good stuff
     
  19. Zaffir

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    How much ice are you guys using?
     
  20. getjacked

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    I think that shake posted above is digusting... I've made it for over a couple years now and it's just old and boring now.
     
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    Leo95SE The OMINOUS one

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    i took it at what, 3pm? tasted amazing but i burped it up for my entire workout. i may have to use a lot less pb. :(
     
  22. anything for a couple years gets old and boring :hsugh:
     
  23. getjacked

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    I didn't really like it in the first place... just lots of calories and easy to make.
     
  24. meh it didn't taste too bad.. wasn't great but i didn't mind it at all since i usually can't stand oats in a shake.
     
  25. Guilty

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    I'm not seeing where the cookie dough comes in at? :confused:
     
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