Sugar Free Strawberry Milkshake

Who doesn’t love a good strawberry milkshake (that’s sugar free!)? We all love them here and it’s the perfect time of the year for berries!

This yummy milkshake is sugar free! It’s almost time to pick to stock up the freezer. Until then, you can get some great prices at the grocery store right now. We’ve been buying them and freezing as I just ran out from our berry picking past summer.

This sugar free strawberry milkshake is a great snack in the afternoon. It’s also easy to adapt for growing kids that don’t need to be on the Trim Healthy Mama plan!

This yummy milkshake is sugar free! If you don’t have frozen berries, use fresh, just add a few ice cubes to make it nice and cold! This is also easy to make dairy free by leaving out the whey protein powder. (It’s still yummy!)

I am loving the (affiliate linkTrim Healthy Mama brand of whey powder. Nothing but good ol’ whey. (No stevia, which is difficult to find) You can also find the glucomannan at the Trim Healthy Mama store.

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Sugar Free Strawberry Milkshake
A yummy summer treat!
  • 2 cups of almond milk
  • 1 cup of frozen strawberries
  • 1 scoop of protein powder
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • A dash of cinnamon
  • A dash of salt
  • Stevia to taste (or honey for those not watching sugar)
  • ½ tsp. glucomannan (Optional)
  • *I have also used ½ cup of cottage cheese instead of protein powder, I think it's creamier but it also adds an extra tartness so it might require a bit more sweetener.
  1. Add everything to blender except berries and blend until mixed.
  2. Add frozen berries and blend until smooth.

This recipe is linked at Gwen’s Nest and Stacy Makes Cents for Trim Healthy Tuesdays!

This yummy milkshake is sugar free!

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What’s your favorite way to use strawberries?



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    • Jessica says

      Yes, it’s a fuel pull, but you need to check your fat and carb count on your protein powder to be safe. (All brands are a bit different) If you add the cottage cheese, it’s an S. :)

  1. Jenn says

    Made this today with low fat cottage cheese. I halved it too keep it fuel pull. I will make it again! :) Thanks!


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