This pumpkin spice protein shake is made with healthy ingredients in just 5 minutes, resulting in a creamy and smooth post-workout drink to curb your pumpkin pie cravings while gaining muscle. It is low-carb and high-protein!
3tablespoonsvanilla isolated protein powderor concentrated protein powder if you prefer. You can replace it with pumpkin protein powder or coconut protein powder
½teaspoonvanilla extractYou may replace it with fresh lemon juice. It makes it more flavorful!
1teaspoonpumpkin pie spiceor ground cinnamon if you prefer
1tablespoonMaple Grove Farms sugar-free maple syrup(or more to taste). You can replace it with any sugar substitute of your choice! If you're not on a low-carb diet, use honey or maple syrup
5ozChobani Zero Sugar vanilla yogurtor Greek plain yogurt. If you're not on a low-carb diet, replace it with a frozen small banana and skip the sweetener)
Toppingoptional: Pumpkin seeds or dairy-free whipped topping with a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice
In a blender, blend all the ingredients together until smooth, creamy, and thick.
Pour into a large glass or two small ones, and then top with one of the suggested toppings. Enjoy while cold!
How to Store LeftoversThis pumpkin spice protein shake yields one large glass. If you want to reserve half for later, cover tightly and refrigerate (without the toppings) for up to one day. Stir well before drinking. Alternatively, you can freeze it in an ice tray container for serving as ice pops or you can use them later to make fruit smoothies.
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