This post is sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill
I’ve been waiting for the right moment to share my favorite smoothie recipe. I’ve been drinking a variation of this protein-packed frozen berry smoothie for about a year now. Bob’s Red Mill approached me to help design a recipe around their new almond protein powder, so of course, I jumped at the opportunity to finally share my go-to smoothie with you all.
My smoothie recipe features frozen blueberries (my favorite) fresh strawberries, almond milk, almond butter (or peanut butter), chia seeds, and of course Bob’ Red Mill Gluten Free Almond Protein Powder.
This smoothie is loaded with 20g of protein with the protein powder alone (31g total), making it the perfect post-workout snack or breakfast on the go. I honestly think I make one of these about four times a week, they’re that delicious and fresh.
How to Make A Frozen Smoothie
The key to any frozen smoothie is lots of frozen fruit. This makes the smoothie cold, thicker, and a little frosty. I use a cup of frozen blueberries so it’s enough to add plenty of freeze. You can use frozen strawberries as well but I usually opt for nicely ripe and fresh ones.
Any powerful blender will do, I like my single serve blender since it’s quick and easy and makes for even easier cleanup. Blend until smooth and creamy.
Why I Trust Bob’s Red Mill
What I especially love about Bob’s Red Mill Almond Protein Powder is how easy it is to find at my local grocery store. You can grab their protein powder wherever Bob’s Red Mill products are sold. It also comes packed with 20g of protein in a serving, making it an easy way to incorporate some extra protein into your diet without any added sweeteners or flavors.
I also trust the brand’s promise to provide high-quality, minimally-processed products from real whole ingredients I know and can actually pronounce—there’s a lot to be said for that these days.Print
A delicious frozen protein smoothie featuring Bob’s Red Mill Almond Protein Powder, frozen blueberries, fresh strawberries, almond milk, almond butter, and chia seeds. The perfect post-workout snack or on the go breakfast.
- Combine all ingredients in a traditional blender or single-serve blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Add more almond milk if smoothie is too thick.
You can use a frozen banana in place of strawberries as well. I’m obsessed with almond extract in cookies, cakes, etc. If you love almond flavoring, it’s a phenomenal addition. Just use it very sparingly. Add some cocoa powder for a chocolate twist!
- Serving Size: 1 smoothie
- Calories: 538
- Sugar: 25.4
- Sodium: 132mg
- Fat: 25.5
- Saturated Fat: 1.7g
- Carbohydrates: 56g
- Fiber: 21.8g
- Protein: 31.5g
- Cholesterol: 0mg
Keywords: frozen smoothie, protein smoothie, berry smoothie