How to Prep a Week’s Worth of Protein Shakes in Less than 5 Minutes

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I can’t believe I hadn’t thought of this SIMPLE hack (aka meal prep tip) earlier…

While getting ready to make my husband’s protein shake (his daily breakfast) this weekend I realized that I could save a few minutes a night by prepping them ALL at the same time. DUH! lol :) 

To demonstrate just how simple it is, I made a video showing exactly what to do.

make a protein smoothie in less than 5 min

CLICK TO WATCH THE VIDEO

Essentially, I put all the dry ingredients for each shake in a magic bullet cup and put the lid on it. Each night all I need to do is add the wet ingredients and blend. VOILA. So simple and easy.

What’s in my shake?

Dry ingredients:
– TrueBee Honey Bee Pollen
– ground flaxseed
– Styrian Gold Inc pumpkin seed protein powder
– protein powder (various brands and flavors)

Wet ingredients that will be added each evening to finish the process:
– unsweetened almond milk
– fresh and/or frozen fruit, like berries, pineapple, melons, etc.

What do you put in your shakes? I love using a chocolate protein flavor with pineapple and berries. YUM!

Coach Lydia 

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Lydia Di Francesco is the Founder of Fit & Healthy 365 and Creator of the 15 Minute Workout Club, an online workout membership site. As a Certified Personal Trainer, Lydia educates clients and the public that healthy living doesn’t need to be complicated. She promotes simple, fun, exercise, self-care, and creating a healthy mindset with a long-term approach to wellness.

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