Revitalize Your Holiday Mornings: Plant-based Strawberry Vanilla Protein Shake

Revitalize Your Holiday Mornings: Plant-based Strawberry Vanilla Protein Shake

Imagine waking up to the soft glow of holiday lights, with a to-do list as long as your gift list. In the midst of this merry chaos, a speedy yet nourishing breakfast becomes your secret weapon, ensuring you're ready to embrace the holiday spirit with zest.


What’s the benefits of a quick and nutritious breakfast?

Efficiency for the Festive Frenzy:

In the midst of holiday shopping, decorating, and planning, time becomes a precious commodity. A quick breakfast ensures you can fuel up swiftly, giving you more time to tackle your festive to-dos without sacrificing nutrition.

Sustained Energy for the Seasonal Sprint:

The holiday season often feels like a sprint rather than a marathon. A nutritious breakfast provides sustained energy, helping you keep pace with the demands of festive gatherings, cooking marathons, and endless shopping excursions.

Mood-Boosting Nutrients:

The holidays are about spreading joy, and a well-balanced breakfast can contribute to a positive mood. Nutrient-rich foods have the power to enhance your spirits, ensuring you approach each festive task with a cheerful and motivated mindset.

Sharing the Love:

Quick meal prep doesn't mean compromising on flavor or festivity. Crafting a speedy yet delightful breakfast allows you to share the love of the season with your loved ones, setting a warm and joyful tone for the day ahead.


In the paragraphs ahead, we'll unwrap the simple steps of making a plant-based Strawberry Vanilla Protein Shake with Nutrasumma Fermented Pea Protein. Let's transform your mornings into a celebration of efficiency, nourishment, and the festive spirit!



1 cup of fresh or frozen strawberries

1 scoop of Nutrasumma Fermented Pea Protein - Vanilla Flavor

1 cup of milk (dairy or non-dairy, like almond, oat, or coconut milk)

1/2 cup of Greek yogurt (optional, for added creaminess)

1-2 tablespoons honey or maple syrup

1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Ice cubes (optional, for an extra chill in your festive shake)



Prepare the Festive Strawberries:

If using fresh strawberries, give them a wash and remove the stems. If using frozen strawberries, no prep needed!

Combine Ingredients:

In your blender, unite the strawberries, Nutrasumma Fermented Pea Protein - Vanilla Flavor powder, milk, Greek yogurt (if opting for creaminess), honey or maple syrup, and vanilla extract. For an extra festive touch, consider adding a handful of ice cubes for a colder and thicker shake.

Blend to Perfection:

Blend until you achieve that perfect smooth and creamy consistency.Adjust thickness by adding more milk if you desire a creamier shake.

Taste and Adjust for Holiday Perfection:

Give your Strawberry Vanilla Protein Shake a taste test. Adjust sweetness or thickness by incorporating more honey, milk, or ice cubes if needed.

Serve and Savor the Festive Flavor:

Pour your holiday-infused protein shake into a glass or festive shaker bottle. For that extra holiday flair, garnish with a fresh strawberry or a sprinkle of chia seeds.


Nutrition Facts

Approximate values for one serving 

Calories: 370-430 calories

Fat: 5g

Carbohydrates: 46-63g

Dietary Fiber: 4g

Sugar: 38-57g

Protein: 39g


Please remember that these values can change based on the specific ingredients and amounts you use. For the most accurate information, use a nutrition calculator or check the packaging of your ingredients.


This easy Strawberry Vanilla Protein Shake is not only a fantastic way to fuel your day but also adds a touch of holiday joy to your routine. With minimal effort and a trusty blender, you can whip up a refreshing and protein-packed treat in the spirit of the season. Indulge in the festive fusion of strawberry and vanilla – it's time to celebrate the holidays with a healthy and delicious twist!


Hungry for more holiday simple and easy recipe? Check our latest Chocolate Pea Protein Cookies.



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