Grab a healthy Banana Protein Shake post workout! This recipe combines bananas, dates, peanut butter & protein powder for one delicious & easy recipe!

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Was one of your new years resolutions to amp up your workouts? If so, then I’m guessing you’re looking for the perfect post-workout protein shake.

Luckily for you, I’m giving you that exact recipe today!

This shake packs over 50% of your daily protein needs with 38 grams of protein. It is also vegan, making it perfect for those that need extra protein in their normal diets!

I like to use this Vega One Coconut Almond Vegan Protein Powder in this protein shake. The flavors of the coconut and almond pair perfectly with the coconut milk and almond milk in this recipe!

This protein shake is so delicious, you’ll think you’re drinking a milkshake! Luckily for you, this milkshake is vegan, gluten free and packed with essential nutrients, protein, vitamins and potassium!

Overhead shot of two banana protein shakes topped with ground flaxseed on marble tray with gold and white striped straws and a small bowl of dates on the side

How do you make a banana protein shake?

Add chopped dates, a sliced banana, peanut butter, coconut milk, almond milk, protein powder and ground flax seed to a blender with ice. Blend 1-2 minutes or until all of the ingredients are combined and the protein shake is smooth.

Are bananas good in protein shakes?

Bananas are a good source of energy for the body, perfect for eating after a workout. Adding bananas to a protein shake does not change the value of the protein in the shake. The mild flavor of a banana pairs well with any flavor protein powder. It also adds potassium and fiber to the protein shake.

Are protein shakes gluten free?

This banana protein shake is gluten free. Always check the label on the protein powder to make sure it’s gluten free. The Vega One protein powder I mentioned before is gluten free.

Can vegans drink protein shakes?

When vegan protein powder is used, as well as non-dairy milk products, vegans can drink protein shakes. This banana protein shake is vegan, as it uses coconut milk and almond milk, as well as vegan protein powder.

What’s in vegan protein powder?

Vegan protein powder gets it’s protein from plant sources. Rice, soy, pea, hemp, sunflower seed and pumpkin seed are types of protein commonly found in vegan protein powders. Some vegan protein powders also contain veggie powders for extra nutrition.

What is the best protein powder for vegans?

These 5 vegan protein powders are the highest reviewed on Amazon, each with 4 stars or more and over 1,000 reviews.

  1. Vega Sport Premium Protein
  2. Orgain Organic Plant Based Protein Powder
  3. Vegan Smart Plant Based Vegan Protein
  4. Optimum Nutrition Vegan Plant Based Protein
  5. Vega Essentials Vanilla Protein Powder

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Banana Protein Shake

Grab a healthy Banana Protein Shake post workout! This recipe combines bananas, dates, peanut butter & protein powder for one delicious, easy, vegan recipe!

Ingredients

  • 3 dates, chopped
  • 1 banana, peeled & sliced
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup almond milk
  • 3 tbsp vegan protein powder, or protein powder of your choice
  • 2 tbsp ground flax seed
  • ice

Instructions

  • Add the dates, banana, peanut butter, coconut milk, almond milk, protein powder, ground flax seed and ice to a blender.
  • Blend 1-2 minutes or until all of the ingredients are smooth and creamy.

Nutrition Facts

Calories 964kcal (48%)Carbohydrates 65g (22%)Protein 38g (76%)Fat 68g (105%)Saturated Fat 29g (145%)Sodium 676mg (28%)Potassium 1394mg (40%)Fiber 14g (56%)Sugar 34g (38%)Vitamin A 75mg (2%)Vitamin C 11.4mg (14%)Calcium 262mg (26%)Iron 10.4mg (58%)
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