Protein shake recipes are all the rave on Pinterest these days.
From recipes for making chocolate peanut butter, banana split or lemon strawberry you’ll discover drinking a protein shake doesn’t have to be boring.
When I discovered the Birthday Cake Shake Recipes I decided they needed a post all to themselves.
I mean, who doesn’t love Birthday Cake or how about just cake batter?
Before You Buy A Premade Birthday Cake Protein Mix
There are premade Birthday Cake protein powders on the market but only a few I would recommend.
It’s just not smart to spend your hard-earned money on junk products that can potentially damage your health.
Before you purchase protein (any flavor) make sure it is free of surculose/Splenda, aspartame/NutraSweet, food coloring, and dyes.
Also, make sure it is made out of quality GMO-free whey or plant proteins and preferably tested for toxins and heavy metals.
Some products may not be certified organic but when you dig deeper you can find out how they source their ingredients.
Here are a few brands you could try:
Isagenix Birthday Day Cake Shake –full meal replacement – 240 calories (get it here)
Kiss Keto Birthday Day Cake Shake– keto supplement – 70 calories (get it here – Use Code LESSTOXIC for 10% off)
Organic Cupcake Batter Protein Shake – supplement – 110 calories (get it here)
My favorite protein to use in my recipes is the Isagenix IsaPro Whey Protein Powder or Isalean Meal Replacement Shakes.
However, you can use the brand of protein powder you like best.
I’ve seen several recipes using instant pudding but since instant pudding usually contains Splenda or NutraSweet I didn’t include them in this post.
Let me know which recipe you like the best!
1) Isagenix Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
This recipe mixes up nicely but for a real treat purchase the seasonal Isagenix Birthday Cake Shake when it’s available.
Not a current Isagenix customer? Go here to be notified when the Isagenix Birthday Cake Shake is released.
2 Scoops Isalean French Vanilla (get it here)
1 Tbsp Nikki’s Coconut Vanilla Cake Batter (get it here)
1/4 Tsp Cinnamon
1 Cup Water
Add ingredients and ice to blender and blend until smooth. Add whip cream and sprinkles on top.
Related: 5 Practical Ways Protein Shakes and Bars Can Help You Reach Your Weight Loss Goals
2) Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
Amanda uses collagen and greek yogurt in her recipe at TheSkinnyFork.com.
1 Scoop Bone Broth Collagen™ Vanilla Powder (get it here)
2/3 C. Plain Fat-Free Greek Yogurt
1/2 C. Reduced Fat Milk (Almond Milk works too!)
1/2 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
1 1/2 Tbsp. 50/50 Agave Nectar or 50/50 Honey
1 C. Ice Cubes
Fat-Free Whipped Topping
‘Jimmies’ Style Rainbow Sprinkles
Combine everything together into a blender or food processor and blend until smooth.
3) Amoretti Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
Amoreeta.com created this recipe using their natural extracts.
1 Banana, sliced and frozen
¼ Cup almond milk
¼ Tsp Amoretti® Natural Birthday Cake W.S. (get it here)
1 Tbsp Amoretti® Blue Agave Nectar, Clear (get it here)
1 Serving vanilla protein powder (get it here)
2 Tsp rainbow sprinkles, extra for decoration
Combine banana, almond milk, Natural Birthday Cake Extract, Blue Agave Nectar, and protein powder in a blender and blend until smooth.
Add in sprinkles and lightly blend just until mixed. Pour and serve! Add more sprinkles on top for extra fun!
4) Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
You can thank Kelley at KelleyandCricket.com for this tasty recipe. It was even featured on Huffington Post!
1 Cup of frozen organic banana chopped into small pieces prior to freezing
¼-½ cup vanilla almond milk adjust amount depending on desired thickness
2 Scoops of vanilla whey protein or vegan or paleo protein of choice no sugar
1 Teaspoon vanilla
1 Few drops of almond extract
1 Teaspoon of maple syrup
1 Tablespoon sprinkles optional- but always fun
Mix all the ingredients in a high-speed blender, or food processor, adding more almond milk as necessary.
5) Chocolate Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
I admit I wouldn’t have thought of a chocolate birthday cake recipe until I saw this one at Further Food.
I discovered it on their website when I was reading more about their collagen I use.
Read the comments on Amazon and purchase some to add to all of your shakes.
1 Frozen banana
1 Cup of water
1 Cup of unsweetened almond milk
1 Scoop Vega One chocolate protein powder (get it here)
1 Tablespoon. raw cacao powder
1 Tablespoon Essential Living Food’s: Coco Gogo Energy Elixer (get it here)
1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
2 Packets stevia
1 Tablespoon ground coffee
handful of ice
Blend it all up and enjoy.
6) Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
This recipe by Dashing Dish uses cottage cheese for extra protein!
1/2 Cup Low fat cottage cheese
1 Scoop vanilla protein powder
3-5 Drops butter or almond extract
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
3-5 Stevia packets (or sweetener of choice to taste)
1/2 Cup-1cup Water (alter this according to desired consistency)
5-10 Ice Cubes (depending on your desired consistency)
Put everything into a blender and blend until a creamy consistency is reached! Top with sprinkles if desired, and Enjoy!
7) Chocolate Birthday Cake Protein Shake Recipe
This tasty chocolate cake shake recipe was created by Blair at TheSeasonedMom.com.
1 Scoop chocolate protein powder
1 ½ Cups crushed ice
½ Cup Almond Breeze Almond milk Original
1 Tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
1 Tablespoon room temperature or cold-brewed coffee
1/8 Teaspoon salt
1 Tablespoon rainbow sprinkles divided
Optional: whipped topping for serving
Combine first 6 ingredients (protein powder through salt) in blender and puree until smooth. Add about half of the rainbow sprinkles to the blender and pulse once or twice to mix. Pour into a glass, top with whipped topping and remaining sprinkles, and serve immediately.
8) Cake Batter Smoothie Recipe
Here’s a twist to the Birthday Cake Shake recipe.
Molly at WhatMollyMade.com mixes oats, bananas, and peanut butter to make this shake full of extra goodness.
1/4 Cup rolled oats
1 Medium banana frozen
8 Ounces vanilla almond milk
1/2 Scoop chocolate protein powder
2 Teaspoons peanut butter
1/2 tsp almond extract optional
Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until combined.
9) Birthday Day Cake Protein Bites
Ok, this isn’t a protein shake but these protein bites look really good! If you try them you can thank Rena at HealthyFitnessMeals.com .
Click here for more protein ball recipes
4 Tbsp Coconut Flour
2 Tbsp Stevia
6 Tbsp Water
2 1/2 Tbsp Coconut Oil (melted)
3 Scoops Vanilla Protein
1/4 Cup Sprinkles
Mix together in a bowl and form into balls.
Meal Replacement Shakes
Even though I enjoy mixing up different shake recipes there really isn’t anything easier than scooping out a healthy protein mix that already has the perfect taste.
Especially, from a trusted brand that is chock-full of nutrition and none of the bad stuff.
The best tasting shakes I’ve found are the Isagenix Isalean shakes.
They come in a variety of flavors and have a wide selection of seasonal flavors throughout the year.
Click Here to learn more about the Isagenix Birthday Cake Meal Replacements Shakes
What’s your favorite protein shake recipe?
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