A Healthy Butterfinger Protein Shake

A Healthy Butterfinger Protein Shake

Extend Butterfinger Protein Shake

Want a healthy, delicious peanut-buttery treat for dessert? Or as a post- workout beverage?

Try this Butterfinger Protein Shake:

With low sugar, high protein, and complex carbs, this is the perfect treat for anyone: not to mention it tastes great!  


To make 1 serving, you will need:

-1 cup Milk (preferably fat-free)

- 3-4 Ice Cubes

-1 packet of Chocolate Extend Shake

-1 tablespoon of Peanut Butter (Natural or Organic)

-1 tablespoon of Sugar-Free Butterscotch Instant Pudding Mix

-Put all of the ingredients in a blender and let it rip!

-When it appears to be well blended, enjoy!


Nutrition Facts Per Serving:

Calories: 280

Fat: 13g

Total Carbs: 17g 

Fiber: 6g

Sugars: 2g

Protein: 19g


Before knocking the nutrition facts, let’s break this down real quickly: 

-Out of the 280 calories, 95 came from the Peanut Butter, which if a natural or organic peanut butter is used, is a healthy source.

-Also, 12 grams of the 13 grams of fat are from the peanut oil, making it a healthy fat that is truly beneficial to your health.

-For the Carbs, 5 grams are from the Extend Shake’s uncooked cornstarch.  It is a complex carbohydrate that doesn’t spike blood sugar levels while promoting sustained energy for up to 6 hours during the day.

-Another 5 grams of the carbs are fiber, which doesn't spike blood sugar levels and is good for the digestive system.

Overall, this is a super-healthy nutritional shake - that tastes great!


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