Chocolate and Strawberry Milkshake Smoothies

We enjoy smoothies most mornings as a way to fuel up with quality nutrition for the day.  We also occasionally fast and skip any food during the morning and have one of these smoothies for a great post-workout recovery or just a satisfying nutritious lunch.

Here’s a recipe of our current favorite smoothie, which reminds us of a creamy chocolate milkshake!

chocolate milkshake smoothie ingredients




Blend all of the ingredients for about 30 seconds so they combine well.  This recipe makes 2 large glasses and you can modify the recipe accordingly for an individual serving.  Feel free to experiment with your favorite smoothie ingredients.  For example, we skip the chocolate scoops and go all vanilla when we have fresh berries or other fruit to include in the smoothie.

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This particular recipe will produce a delicious and creamy chocolate milkshake tasting smoothie.  It tastes so good, that we would have this any day over traditional milkshakes.  Packed with super-foods & high-quality nutrition and a breeze to make, this is one of our go-to meals in our busy lifestyle.

Strawberry Milkshake Smoothie Variation

To make a delicious strawberry version of this same recipe, here are the changes:

  • Skip the chocolate scoops of the protein powder and double up on vanilla scoops instead
  • Skip the maca powder
  • Use either 2 handfuls of frozen strawberries and no ice, or fresh strawberries and a handful of ice

The frozen strawberry approach will give you a super creamy frozen yogurt consistency, where as the fresh strawberries will give you a more liquid smoothie.

Give both recipes a try and let us know what variations you come up with that you love!