RECIPE: High Protein, Low Calorie blended iced coffee. (two ingredients + Ice)

RECIPE: High Protein, Low Calorie blended iced coffee. (two ingredients + Ice)

Want a healthier alternative to Starbucks Frappachinos? This is a high protein, low calorie alternative to a blended iced coffee or Frap from Starbucks.  and probably the most simple thing ever to make, ever! 

Ingredient #1: 
1 Scoop: PES Science Protein Powder
(Snickerdoodle is my favorite) 

24g protein, 110 kcal

 

Ingredient #2: 
1 Packet: Starbucks Instant Coffee
(French Roast is my favorite) 

0g protein, 0kcal



You will also need Ice and Water. 

Step-1: Add 8 ounces of water, some ice, and the protein powder to your Blender. 
Step-2: Blend
Step-3: Add to a clean, Venti Starbucks Iced cup for full effect. 

* I recommend starting with a small amount of ice, and slowly adding until it's blended to your desired thickness. 

* It is important that you use a protein powder that tastes delicious. I have found PES Science to make the best tasting protein powders. I find that the Snickerdoodle flavor be the best mix for the coffee drink. 

 



This is super simple, and there are a million ways you can modify this to make it more fun for you, but this is the way I am digging this right now. Try it out, and let me know you you think! 

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About the author: 

Paul is a United States Army Veteran,  USAT Certified Coach, QT2 Systems Level 1 Coach, and OutRival Racing Level 3 coach. 

Paul also competes in triathlon and running events in his spare time.

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