14 Creative Recipes You Can Make with Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake

14 Creative Recipes You Can Make with Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake

Looking for tasty ways to enjoy your Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake? Sure, you can always mix it with water for a quick and delicious snack with 20 grams of muscle-boosting pea protein per serving and no added sugars. But if you have a few minutes, you can take it up a notch with these creative recipes. Here are 14 ways to use your PBPS.

Try some of these delicious and nutritious recipes using Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake. Get it here!

 

1. Chocolate Blueberry Protein Shake

Chocolate Blueberry Protein Shake | creative recipes with pbps

With 24 grams of protein and no added sugars, this creamy and fruity combination is a tasty (and vegan!) way to fuel your body and satisfy your sweet tooth. The recipe already calls for PBPS — no substitutions needed.

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2. Beet Berry Smoothie

Beet Berry Smoothie | creative recipes with pbps

Made with Greek yogurt, this pretty-in-pink powerhouse of a smoothie provides 28 grams of protein, along with nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, magnesium, and folate. Add a scoop of PBPS for a creamy chocolate flavor and even more protein!

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3. Protein Berry Smoothie Bowl

Protein Berry Smoothie Bowl | creative recipes with pbps

Elevate your traditional smoothie experience with this sweet, wholesome snack! Made with Plant-Based Protein Shake, almonds, mixed berries, and shredded coconuts, it’ll satisfy your sweet craving and help fuel your workout.

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4. Mint Chocolate Protein Shake

Mint Chocolate Protein Shake | creative recipes with pbps

If you’re a fan of the chocolate-mint flavor combo, this is the recipe for you! This decadent dessert drink calls for Openfit Recovery Post-Workout Formula, but you can easily swap in PBPS if you’re looking for an alternative to whey protein. You can also add a festive twist this holiday season by replacing the mint extract with peppermint extract!

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5. Turmeric Superfood Smoothie

Turmeric Superfood Smoothie | creative recipes with pbps

Craving a little ginger zing? This definitely isn’t your typical smoothie! Blend mango chunks, Greek yogurt, turmeric, and ginger root, and you can add a scoop of plant-based protein powder for added benefits. (Chocolate, turmeric, and ginger may not seem like an obvious pairing, but this sweet-and-spicy combo actually works!)

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6. Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Ice Cream

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Ice Cream | creative recipes with pbps

You wanted creative recipes with Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake — so how about mixing your PBPS into a bowl of ice cream? This cold, creamy, and crave-worthy dessert only has four ingredients, and it provides 12 grams of fiber and 25 grams of protein per serving!

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7. Spiced Chocolate Almond Shake

Spiced Chocolate Almond Shake | creative recipes with pbps

With 4 grams of fiber and 26 grams of protein, this simple shake recipe is made with cinnamon, PBPS, chocolate, banana, and almond butter. When you need a delicious pick-me-up, it can be ready in five minutes!

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8. Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake

We love this recipe from Openfit Live trainer Mary Beth Rockwell in the Openfit Teammates Facebook group. You won’t believe this delicious and decadent cheesecake is actually nutritious! Serve it chilled with yummy cherries, pistachios, and cacao nibs for a dessert the whole family will enjoy!

 

9. Vegan Chocolate Green Shake

Vegan Chocolate Green Shake | creative recipes with pbps

Looking for creative recipes with PBPS and plenty of veggies? This vegan shake includes cauliflower, kale, zucchini, and avocado, so it’s a tasty way to add more protein and veggies to your day.

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10. Chocolate Banana Pudding

Chocolate Banana Pudding | creative recipes with pbps

This chocolate banana pudding calls for Openfit Recovery Post-Workout Formula, but it works just as well with Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake! Either way, you’ll get a creamy pudding that delivers plenty of protein.

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11. Double Chocolate Protein Mug Cake

Double Chocolate Protein Mug Cake | creative recipes with pbps

What’s not to love about mug cakes? These sweet treats are perfectly portioned, and you don’t need to be an expert baker to whip one up. Of course, they’re not always the healthiest snack — but this version, made with PBPS and other nourishing ingredients, provides 22 grams of protein per serving.

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12. Overnight Oats

Here’s another creative recipe from our Openfit Teammates Facebook group, this time compliments of Openfit Live trainer Emily Sears. At night, mix a cup of oats with a scoop of Openfit Plant Based Protein, a cup of milk, and an optional spoonful of peanut butter. Throw it in your fridge, and the next morning, you’ll have a protein-packed breakfast that’s ready to eat.

 

13. Peppermint Protein Balls

Peppermint Protein Balls | creative recipes with pbps

This super-simple treat is made by mixing dates, almond butter, rolled oats, hemp seeds, peppermint extract, and Openfit Plant-Based Protein Shake in a food processor. Roll the dough into balls and dust with cocoa powder for a bite-sized dessert with 7 grams of protein each!

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14. Chocolate Mocha Protein Ice Cream

Chocolate Mocha Protein Ice Cream | creative recipes with pbps

Need a little caffeine kick to help you power through the midday slump or a tough workout? Made with espresso, bananas, and PBPS, this ice cream recipe provides 22 grams of protein and 11 grams of fiber per serving.

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