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1 banana1 egg1/2 scoop Orgain peanut butter protein powder1 tbsp almond butter1 tsp baking powder1 tsp extra virgin coconut oilHeat oil in a panAdd everything else into a zip lock sandwich bag and seal the bagMash everything up with your handsCut the corner off the bag and squeeze mixture into the panEnjoy yourself a very healthy and delicious banana nut pancake!
I did not expect this to taste so good, I love the chocolate, like the vanilla and was getting bored so I gave peanut butter a try and omg its so good. No after taste, no chalkiness. For a twist do 1 scoop of chocolate and one peanut butter and another amazing treat. I'm drinking this for medical and weight loss reasons, these vegetable protien shakes make me feel good, in less pain, give me energy and fill me up. Add the fact that they are organic and there you have it, 5 stars! I lost 15 pounds in the last 2 months just doing a shake for breakfast and sometimes lunch too with lots of protien all day. (No junk) I definitely recommend these shakes
I was placed on a liquid/swallowing-only diet for before/after surgery and had tried a variety of plant-based meal replacement shakes and protein shakes. If I were to rank them all, this one, Orgain Organic Protein Peanut Butter, comes in second place (Soylent Cacao is my number one). I did research on how to prepare shakes to get rid of “gritty textures”. I would use a combination of hot/warm water, ice, cold water (or cold soy/nut milk). I would split the amount of liquid needed and mix the powder with the hot/warm water first. This seemed to “dissolve” any gritty texture. It’s like when you mix hot cocoa powder with hot water - it has to be hot/warm enough to dissolve the powder. Then I would mix in the rest of the liquid amount with ice and cold water (or cold plant-based milk). When using all water (hot/ice/cold), the shake was smooth enough for me but when I needed extra calories, I’d use cold plant-based milk with ice for the last half of the liquid amount needed and it made the shake taste creamier. Using blenders of course made the shake even more smooth and creamy also. It was best to drink immediately, I found that if I stored the shake in the fridge after mixing and drank later - it wasn’t as smooth as when just freshly mixed. I really enjoyed the flavor being a peanut butter fan. It was not overly sweet compared to other meal replacement shakes I tried but still felt like a treat.
LOL-The people complaining about the taste, texture, half empty container, etc. Wake Up! I’ve been working out for almost 4 decades and this stuff is GREAT! Maybe it’s because I get the Peanut butter flavor but I mix it with almond milk and the taste is awesome! I’ve used soy, whey, isolate, plant, etc. based powders, everything that’s been on the market, dozens of different flavors for years and no one has any fantabulous tasting powder that’s notably better. I’m going to try the Chocolate next to see if that’s what a FEW people are being such goobs about the taste. Granted, we all have our favorite flavors but I’ve never expected a flavor from mfr A to be the same as the flavor from mfg B. Its a good idea to always put your liquid in before adding the powder in your shaker. It’s not gritty and you always get the amount you ordered regardless of how much the powder has packed down to after being shipped.I’m very pleased with the flavor, mix-ability, the cost-volume ratio, and quality! If it’s got to be a plant protein powder I go with Orgain protein powder. After I try the chocolate I’ll update if the taste doesn’t live up to the brand.
I have had the vanilla, chocolate and now peanut butter. Though I was very satisfied with the vanilla (tastes great mixed with orange juice like an orange julius, but a little grainy when I tried to mix it with coffee) and chocolate, this is by far the yummiest flavor of Orgain! I feel like I am having dessert, not a protein shake. Maybe it's that mental satisfaction that makes it seem like it lasts longer, too--I can easily just have one of these for breakfast or lunch and feel satisfied like I had a meal, whereas with the vanilla or chocolate I always felt like I just had a snack.
I’m a college student who runs all day long, so I needed something that was quick and easy and filling for breakfast. This is perfect.What I do when I make it is I use milk (tastes better that way) and I put in more than the 12 oz - usually 13/14. It tastes fine with just the 2 scoops, but recently I started adding half a banana and it’s SO good! Highly recommend the banana.It usually keeps me full until lunch if I eat a granola bar with it (I workout 5 days a week so I need an extra something).Definitely worth it - I recommend!
I got the peanut butter and the chocolate fudge. The fudge one was really strong with chocolaty flavor, mixed with banana and almond milk it was even better. The peanut one is over the top dynamite. The flavor reminds of yummy cereal milk, you know as a kid that last slightly sweet drink of milk in the bowl after your done with all the cereal. Sadly there is something in the mix that makes feel ill and nausea about 20 minutes after. I'm hoping it was something else. I took two weeks off and tried it again today, so far so good. I would highly recommend to others though because it is hard to find tasty protein powders without that nasty weird sweetener flavor. I will save this as back up and try again in another week or two with another plant milk. My normal go to brand is Purely vanilla, if you like that you will like the peanut butter Orgain.
Let this stand for this the chocolate and peanut butter flavors: I've made shakes with only almond milk, water, and a combination of both. It's good like that. My personal favorite: powder mix, water, peanut butter, hemp powder, bran, wheat germ, any fresh fruit in my fridge, and a handful or two of kale. I have that in the morning with coffee and feel great (full but not bloated) for hours without getting hungry. If you find it grainy, do the following (because I've had it come out that way too): put your liquid in the blender, spin it up to medium or high and then put the powder in before adding whatever else you want. If it comes out grainy, add more water next time and try blending it longer on high (this isn't rocket science).