Eating a balanced protein diet can help you feel nourished and full longer. Having protein shakes as a meal or snack is a great way to sustain your energy throughout the day. The really good thing about using protein powder is that you can switch up the ingredients to make endless recipes. I’m really digging this Apple Pie Protein Shake Recipe and wanted to share it with all of you!
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Apple Pie Protein Shake Recipe
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What you’ll need to make this delicious shake:
- Premier Protein Vanilla Protein Powder (That equals 30g of protein!)
- 1 sliced, cored Apple
- Uncooked Oats
- Vanilla Yogurt
- Cinnamon to taste
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Combine ingredients in a blender and mix for 1 minute. This recipe makes a 24oz shake, and I used my favorite blender – the Nutri Ninja Blender.
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I garnished the top for looks, but everything will be well blended after 1 minute. I also put the smoothie in the refrigerator while I get ready for my workout, so it has extra time to chill.
My entire family LOVES this apple pie protein shake recipe, and I know you will too. It really tastes just like apple pie, but way healthier!!
And did you see I added a hidden veggie in there? You won’t taste the spinach at all, I promise. It’s just there for added nutrients. This is especially great for those that are not fans of green veggies (like kids).
Print the Apple Pie Protein Shake Recipe
Apple Pie Protein Shake Recipe
This easy smoothie recipe really tastes just like apple pie, but is way healthier!!
- 1 scoop Premier Protein Vanilla Protein Powder
- 1 sliced, cored Apple
- 2 tbsp almonds
- 1/4 cup uncooked Oats
- 1 cup spinach
- 6 oz Vanilla Yogurt
- cinnamon to taste
- 6 oz water
Combine ingredients in a blender and mix for 1 minute. This recipe makes a 24oz shake. Garnish the top with a hint of cinnamon if desired.
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Wow that was really good. Thanks for the recipe!
You are welcome! 🙂
Janet W. says
I’ve never tried a protein shake before. This sounds healthy and delicious!
Yvonne Delgado says
what a great shake for my son who has a very limited food choice diet. He needs more protein and he will do veggies if its in a shake. so this should work out great. thanks for sharing
Oh this sounds so interesting with the oats and spinach! I have to give it a try!
I would skip the oats to save on carbs, but this would be a unique and filling protein shake. I like the idea of making it taste like apple pie
This sounds so good, and a nice way to get some protein and other good ingredients, too. I just started making smoothies for summer, I’d love to try this.
Julie Wood says
This apple pie shake looks delicious and healthy! I want to make it for me and the kids this summer. Thanks for sharing!
Ellen Beck says
This sounds delicious. I have to admit to not normally drinking protein shakes until after hubby got cancer. Durng that time, it was important to get proteins into him and we used plenty of this type thing to keep weight on and also to get the benefits of protein. I didnt try him on an apple pir , but I bet it would be good.
Darcy Koch says
I am to be eating more protein following my surgery which has caused me to lose too much weight. But, I do not like anything the doctor recommends. Maybe this I could tolerate. It sounds good.
Becky Kinard says
Thank you for the recipe. I drink protein shakes during the week for breakfast and lunch and have a variety of recipes. I don’t have this one and can’t wait to try it.
Amanda Wood says
So yummy! I used to be in the habit of making shakes every morning, but I fell off the wagon. Reading this delicious recipe makes me want to start again! Super healthy, and easy too!
Darcy L Koch says
If I were to make this I would leave out the spinach. I sure do need to increase my protein intake.
Tony Platz says
Thans this is a really good one .
Eva MItton-Urban says
Lockdown restrictions has accomplished one thing: Extra LBS. Thanks for posting this recipe. Protein shakes are now on my shopping list. Invested in a new Blender so it is time to reinvent the norm in this household.
Felicia Costin says
Sounds so delicious! Would be great for breakfast on the go before work. Thanks for posting!
Janice Cooper says
I would really love to try this especially for the fall. The apples here are really ripe and good. Thanks for sharing this recipe.
These apple pie protein shakes look yummy and healthy!I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing recipe.
Healthy AND delicious? Yes please!