Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe with Peaches & Almond Milk

This delicious and healthy vanilla protein shake recipe is my favorite go-to whenever I want to get all of my good-for-you foods blended up into one glass.

With almond milk, almond butter, vanilla protein powder, peaches and cinnamon, it’s so frothy good!

Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe

I love nutty and I love fruity.

Add those to a protein shake and I’m all over it.

My friend John Robinson, one of the rockstars from our CrossFit gym, The X-Project, shared this recipe with me the other day.

The man has lost over 100 pounds and gotten himself in the best shape of his life.

He’s also a Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist.

Can’t get any better credentials than that!

So, it was a no-brainer for me to make one of his tried and true recipes.

Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe

So Yummy and Satisfying

This shake has so much protein in it that after I drank mine, the thought of eating again anytime soon never entered my mind.

I just didn’t want to eat.

And if you know me, you know that I will find reasons to need to eat.

Delicious and filling high protein smoothie

Very Simple to Make

I love how simple it was to make.

The recipe calls for almond butter and almond milk.

Two things that really seem to be trending lately.

I already had almond butter leftover after making my delicious Chicken Cabbage Salad with Almond Dressing recipe.

And I already had protein powder and frozen fruit.

Start your day off right with this protein smoothie

All I needed to get from the grocery store was the almond milk.

The perfect on-the-go breakfast

Based on my calculations, this protein shake (using 2 scoops of protein powder) totals 50 grams of protein!

Fruity Nutty Vanilla Protein Shake

I didn’t want to let the fruit and nut props go to waste, so I ate those too.

No wonder I was full!

Refreshing protein shake

The Results

My shake was DELICIOUS and so satisfying!

Instead of vanilla flavored protein powder, I used Matrix Peanut Butter Cookie Protein Powder.

Also I used frozen mixed fruit since that what was already in my freezer.

The water wasn’t needed because I like my shakes thick.

In addition, I omitted the cinnamon because I wasn’t sure if I’d like it with the nutty flavor of the shake.

Experiment with Your Ingredients

This is the type of shake you can really experiment with ingredients.

  • You could make an apple pie or pumpkin pie tasting shake using apple pie or pumpkin pie spices.
  • Experiment with different fruits and nut butters too.

I’m so excited to have this protein shake recipe in my arsenal of healthy recipe options.

Also, I love using my NutriBullet High Speed Blender!

I’ve used it over and over and over to make smoothies.

Plus it takes up way less space than a full size blender.

Vanilla Protein Shake with Peaches & Almond Milk Recipe

Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe

Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe with Peaches & Almond Milk

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A delicious, easy to make, high protein shake with a nutty and fruity combination.
Course Drinks
Cuisine American


  • 1 cup Vanilla Unsweetened Almond Milk, or any flavor you prefer
  • 1 cup Water, I omitted the water so the shake would be thicker
  • 2 scoops Vanilla Protein Powder, 1 to 2 scoops
  • 1 tbsp Almond Butter, or any preferred nut butter
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon, or as much as you prefer
  • 1 cup Frozen Peaches, or any other fruit


  • Blend all ingredients together until desired consistency.
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What ‘ta-die-for’ protein shake recipes do you have?

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Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe with Peaches & Almond Milk
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5 thoughts on “Vanilla Protein Shake Recipe with Peaches & Almond Milk”

  1. Thanks for the great reminder for a quick, easy and yummy breakfast that will keep me filled up for days, okay until late lunch!
    I LOVE almond butter and banana anything so instead of berries I went with a banana…
    I’m kinda obsessed with coconut milk right now so I made a few modifications and it was delish!!!

    1 cup coconut milk (from the can)
    1/2 cup water
    2 scoops vanilla protein powder
    1tbsp almond butter
    1 banana
    Dash of cinnamon

    Blend til frothy!
    Breakfast on the run…. done!

    Thanks again!!


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