Low Fat Post Workout Ice

Low Fat Post Workout Ice

Low Fat Post Workout Ice

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Ever found yourself thirsty after a strenuous workout? This Low Fat Post Workout Ice unifies high quality protein with some carbs to replenish your glycogen stores and fuel your regeneration and muscle building. What’s more? Its highly versatile and you can change the fruits used in this recipe for new flavors (or you could use a banana too, if you need more carbs).

This post workout ice makes a good dessert and treat to deal with your sweet tooth.

  • Preparation Time: 10 minutes
  • Cooking/Baking Time: – minutes
  • Ready in: 3-4 hours

Recipe: Low Fat Post Workout Ice

Ingredients

  • 200 grams berries (or some other watery fruits)Recipe: Low Fat Post Workout Ice
  • 30 grams Impact Whey Protein in “Chocolate” or “Vanilla”
  • Optional: coconut flakes, chopped nuts, FlavDrops etc.

Cooking Directions

  1. First, you add the thawed fruits into you favorite ice form (see attached pictures).
  2. Start mixing the protein powder with a little bit of water to create a delicious sauce.
  3. Pour the sauce into the ice form, too.
  4. Seal the ice form and put it in the cooler for several hours.
  5. Take your Post-Workout Ice out and enjoy!

Nutritional Value

Per Portion

  • 196 kcal
  • 25,8 grams Protein
  • 12,6 grams Carbohydrate
  • 3 grams Fat

Notes & Recommendations

  • Tip 1: Use ripe bananas if you need more carbs and like the flavor.
  • Tip 2: Experiment with other berries like raspberries, strawberries or black berries for a low calorie alternative.
  • Tip 3: Try using some coconut oil for a cooling mouth-effect or enhance the flavor with FlavDrops.

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