Recipes

Chocolate Flax Shake

My favorite recipe is for a chocolate milk shake.  It is the perfect medium to put Dr. Greger’s suggested daily consumption of one tablespoon of ground flax seed for omega-3s.  Unlike milkshakes that use cow’s milk and ice cream that are full of artery-clogging saturated fat and cancer-promoting animal protein, this WPN  we’ve all grown   Typically WPN milk shakes and WPN ice creams build upon frozen bananas, a nut milk, perhaps a few dates for added sweetness, and flavoring.  This one is no different.  It is actually Dr. Joel Fuhrman's recipe for chocolate ice cream but with extra nut milk to give it a milk shake consistency.


My favorite chocolate milkshake recipe has only four simple organic plant foods:

(1) 1/2c almond milk (unsweetened & vanilla-flavored)

(2) 1 date

(3) 1 tablespoon of cocoa powder

(4) 1 banana (frozen)

Just put them in the above order into a high-powered blender such as a Vitamix.  The first three ingredients can be put in first and then add the banana.  It you are making more than one serving, (I typically make 4 servings at a time) then blend the first three ingredients first and then add the bananas one by one until smooth.

Here’s the nutrition information per serving:

Total calories:  161Cals (Cal=kcal)

Total fat:  2.4g

Saturated fat:  0.1g

Cholesterol:  0g

Sodium:  91.3mg

Carbohydrate:  36.3g

Fiber:  6.1g

Sugar:  19.4g

Protein:  3g

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