Cashew Soya Protein Smoothie

This new Spring recipe is a special mix of fruits, cashews and protein powder to give you the best chance of recovery after a hard run.

It only takes 60 seconds to create in a high-speed blender, but needs to be left in the refrigerator for an hour if you want the drink to be chilled.

Simply add all the ingredients below for a tasty creamy and thick smoothie.

260g apples (vitamin C)

180g pears (vitamin C)

125g cashews (magnesium and iron)

100g bananas (potassium)

25g vegan soya protein powder (from Bulk Powders)

500 ml of cold water

My Top 3 Vegan Protein Smoothies in July 2018

Below are my favourite recipes I made last month.

Try a wide range of protein powders to help you recover from your training at Bulk Powders.

Let me know if you attempt any of my recipes.



My Top 5 Vegan Protein Smoothies in June 2018

Last month I experimented more with my protein smoothies, and even baked with protein powder for the first time.

Below are my favourite recipes in June.



My Top 5 Vegan Protein Smoothies in May 2018

I have become a Bulk Powders Affiliate.

I love their vegan protein powder range, which supplements my diet in delicious ways.

Below are my favourite experiments in May.

Please comment if you try any.



Vegan Cranberry and Kiwi Smoothie

This new recipe is a delightful blend of frozen and dried fruit, and milled seeds. This provides a unique texture, nutritious and filling after a run.

It only takes 60 seconds to make in my high speed blender.

100g dried cranberries (antioxidants and manganese)

65g kiwis (Vitamin C and Vitamin B6)

50g frozen strawberries (Vitamin C and antioxidants)

55g of my favourite pea protein powder

20g organic milled flaxseed (fibre and Omega 3)

750 ml of cold water

Cranberry and Kiwi Protein Smoothie

Vegan Cacao Date Smoothie

This recipe is one of my favourites as the dates thicken the smoothie, whilst the mix of fruit create a sweet and delicious taste. It is a packed full of nutrition that I enjoy before and after runs.

The frozen fruit makes the smoothie cool and refreshing. It only takes 90 seconds to produce in my high speed blender.

150g pitted dates (potassium and magnesium)

65g frozen strawberries (Vitamin C and antioxidants)

60g frozen blackberries (Vitamin K and manganese)

50g frozen blueberries (Vitamin C and E)

50g of my favourite pea protein powder

20g raw cacao powder (iron and calcium)

50 ml of cold water

Date Cacao Smoothie

Easy Vegan Fruit Thick Shake

It is important to have a simple recipe that can be made quickly and supply a much needed protein boost post-run.

I always have some fruit around so I can easily blend a tasty and nutritious thick smoothie in my high speed blender. It takes as little as 90 seconds to produce.

1 large apple sliced (vitamin C and magnesium)

1 banana (vitamin B6 and potassium)

2 satsumas (vitamin A and calcium)

30g of my favourite pea protein powder

150 ml of cold water

Vegan Fruit and Avocado Smoothie

This thick and tangy smoothie is best consumed after an hour of refrigeration. The fruit provides nutrition and sweetness, which compliments the protein-rich powder.

I blend the following ingredients in a high speed blender for 60 seconds:

40g of my favourite pea protein powder

1 medium-sized avocado [125g] (vitamin K and folic acid)

1 orange [100g] and 1 lime [50g] (vitamin C)

1 banana [90g] (vitamin B6 and potassium)

200 ml of unsweetened soya milk (calcium and vitamin B12)

200 ml of cold water

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