Did you know that you can get the protein you need and satisfy your summer sweet tooth all at once?! Boasting 12g of protein per serving, this delicious orange creamsicle smoothie is sure to bring back memories of childhood summers and sticky fingers.

Orange Creamsicle Smoothie Recipe

Yield: 2- 16 oz portions

Frothy and light, this citrusy smoothie will take you back to that sweet childhood summer treat that we all adored. Ideal for children and picky palates alike, this homemade orange creamsicle drink aims to please with its bright flavors and gentle sweetness. Furthermore, the addition of Mt. Capra Goat Whey Protein, Mt. Capra Colostrum, and Mt. Capra Mineral Whey adds body and minerals to this delicious smoothie that boosts 12g of protein per serving!

Ingredients:

2 tsp vanilla extract
6 oz nut milk
1 ½ cups ice
6 oz orange juice
1 frozen banana, sliced
1 ½ Tbs. honey
2 scoops Mt. Capra Goat Whey Protein (unsweetened)*
2 scoops Mt. Capra Colostrum
1 Tbs. Mt. Capra Mineral Whey (optional)

*you can substitute vanilla extract + whey protein for Caprotein (will change protein/serving) or Goat Whey Protein Vanilla flavored

Preparation:

Place all ingredients into blender and process until smooth. This smoothie should be fairly thin and frothy, it is intended to be enjoyed immediately as it will begin to separate the longer that it sits.

Enjoy that orange creamsicle deliciousness!

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