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A Raspberry Smoothie With Protein Power!

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You know how much we love our smoothies up in here. And you know how much we love our natural lean protein. So combining the two? Pure genius! In the video below, we’ll show you how to make a Raspberry Protein Smoothie that is a cool frothy treat that works as a breakfast, a snack or even a fruity dessert.

In less than 10 minutes, you can blend up a filling smoothie that has just 262 calories, 1 gram of fat, 201 milligrams of sodium, 5 grams of fiber and 15 grams of protein, along with 58 percent of your vitamin C needs for the day and 28 percent of your daily calcium needs. Oh, and did we mention it’s delicious?

When trying it, I seriously had a moment…or two…or three…

Can’t see the video? Click here to learn how to make your own Raspberry Protein Smoothie!

We love how you can use Egg Beaters 100% Egg Whites in uncooked foods because they’re pastuerized—it seriously opens the door to so many smoothie possibilities! You can get the full Egg Beaters 100% Egg Whites Raspberry Protein Smoothie recipe here and more fun recipes by following Egg Beaters on Facebook.

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more fun protein-power recipes and posts, and be sure to hop on the Twitter and use the hashtag #EBProteinPower to tell us about your experience making this smoothie! We imagine a little spinach or kale would be pretty good in it… —Jenn

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  1. I completely agree with the health benefits of smoothies.

    Smoothies are absolutely key to my healthy eating plan and weight loss/weight maintenance.

    I try to eat one every single morning for breakfast and then have more for my morning snack. It’s the best way to start off the day…with more nutrients in the morning than some people get in the entire day!

    When I get too lazy or tired and grab something quick as I’m running out the door, instead of making my morning smoothie, I feel the effects. I feel sluggish and just less vibrant, less alert, less healthy.

    Raspberries are great in smoothies because of the yummy taste and antioxidant power….and I sometimes like to also add a protein source as well.

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