Easter is no time to be holding back on the treats.
Maybe you were brave enough to give up chocolate for lent, or maybe you just need something super-special to lift your spirits this Easter given the circumstances — whatever your reasons, we’re here for you with these completely incredible and over the top Easter freak shakes.
Featuring two brand new seasonal flavours of our bestselling Impact Whey Protein — Creamy Chocolate and Chocolate Bunny — these protein shakes are like no other.
They almost taste too good for you to believe that they could possibly be supporting your training goals, but each shake provides at least 40g of protein, key for the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.1
And what better way to top these creations off than with our #TreatWithoutTheCheat bar and snack range? It’s one of the collections we’re proudest of here, as it’s perfect for keeping you on track with your workout goals while allowing you to indulge in things you love the most. Win-win, right?
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But enough of the talk, you’ve got to see these freak shakes in action.
- 300g low-fat yoghurt (frozen)
- 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein (Chocolate Bunny)
- 250ml milk
- ½ Protein Brownie (Chocolate)
- 300ml milk
- 1 scoop Impact Whey Protein (Creamy Chocolate)
- A Handful of ice
- ½ Protein Brownie (White Chocolate)
- Sugar-Free Syrup (Chocolate)
- Banana & strawberries (sliced)
- Protein Wafer
- Layered Bar (chunks)
- Protein Brownie (chunks)
- Protein Sandwich Cookie
1) For each freak shake, place all the ingredients in a blender (make sure to crumble the Protein Brownie first) and then blend until smooth.
2) Pour in a tall glass lined with plenty of chocolate Sugar-Free Syrup. Then top with your favourite high-protein treats and extras — we used a skewer to keep them from sinking to the bottom!
3) Drizzle with a generous amount of syrup and enjoy!
Nutritional info per serving (without toppings):
|Chocolate Bunny||Creamy Chocolate|
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1. Protein contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.