The flax meal and protein make this a really filling snack. I actually had one for breakfast today and I feel stuffed right now. I know eggs and bacon or an omelet would have been better, but just wanted to use up my strawberries before they went bad. Mmmm. Sure was good! Gobbled it right up! Next time I’m going to use 1/2 nectarine or 1/2 peach. Yeah, I know it’ll add carbs, but I want to have either a peach or nectarine before summer is over. And of course, you could use blueberries, blackberries, or raspberries for this. The nutritional info below is for a STRAWBERRY shake. This recipe is not Induction friendly due to the berries, but once you get to the berry rung of OWL, GO FOR IT!
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7 small strawberries
1 pkt. Stevia or other artificial sweetener of your choice
2 T. heavy cream
4 T. (1 scoop) unsweetened, plain whey protein (I use NOW brand)
1 T. flax meal
½ c. cold water
½ c. crushed ice
DIRECTIONS: Cut leaf end off strawberries and toss in blender or food processor. Add all other ingredients and blend until smooth.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 1 serving which contains:
9.4 g fat
8.4 g carbs, 2.9 g fiber, 5.50 NET CARBS
22.5 g protein
52 mg sodium