These insanely irresistible Shakeology recipes will blow your mind and your tastebuds.
Easy, quick, and really tasty, they’re the best way to fulfill all your sweet cravings without ditching your diet.
Shakeology is a nutrient-dense diet supplement that contains powdered protein, vitamins, antioxidants, and probiotics.
It’s designed to keep you satisfied for longer, so you’re not tempted to over-indulge in fatty foods or mindlessly snack between meals.
Each of these delicious recipes uses the Shakeology formula to add a nutritious kick to diet-friendly treats like cookies, pies, and smoothies.
Blend it up into a cookies and cream shake, enjoy peanut butter pancakes, or whip up some pumpkin spice balls.
These healthy treats will keep your belly and body happy and, best of all, you won’t feel like you’re missing out.
So say goodbye to boring diet foods and say hello to yummy Shakeology goodness!
Delicious Shakeology Recipes – Chocolate, Peanut Butter, and More!
Enjoy all the gorgeous taste of peanut butter cookies without the post-cookie guilt.
This recipe combines vanilla whey Shakeology with almond milk and graham crackers, all blended together into a thick and chunky swirl.
Creamy and frothy, this is a mouthwatering meal in a glass. Sprinkle with cinnamon before serving for a fun hint of sweet spice.
Is it dessert? Is it breakfast? Who cares when it’s this delicious?!
If you have trouble resisting any recipe with the words ‘salted caramel’ in the title, this one’s for you.
Stop resisting and give into those caramel cravings with this frothy smoothie that’s vegan, dairy-free, and packed with nutrients!
Made with healthy ingredients like bananas, dates, and coconut milk, this is the only way to snack.
You may not have time for breakfast, but you can definitely grab a protein pancake on the way out the door.
This recipe is the ultimate quick n’ easy morning meal.
You can make up the pancakes ahead of time to save yourself a few minutes, or just quickly whip up the batter, pour into a pan, and fry.
All you’ll need is a handful of ingredients – almond flour, egg whites, protein powder, and almond milk – and you’re good to go!
Most people dump their Shakeology into smoothies, but the nutritious powder is a great addition to pies, too.
Here it’s used to add extra bulk and protein to a no-bake dessert that’s rich, silky, and downright addictive.
A gooey peanut butter center is flavored with chocolate whey Shakeology and poured into a biscuit crust. Leave it to chill, then cut a big slice and grab a fork.
Working hard at the gym? Tired after a long day?
Get a hit of chocolatey energy with this luscious shake.
It’s made with almond milk and a hearty scoop of chocolate Shakeology for intense cocoa flavor.
There’s spinach and flaxseed in there too, but don’t worry, you can’t taste them!
Frozen bananas give this smoothie a creamy, thick texture while a dash of peppermint extract adds a minty hit.
It’s healthy, it’s tasty, and it’s the perfect reward after a sweat session.
Stop buying candy peanut cups and start making your own. Your belly will thank you.
These gorgeously nutty bites are great for kids, adults, friends, neighbors, and anyone you’re looking to impress.
The smooth nutty center is made from peanut butter, pumpkin puree, and chocolate Shakeology encased in a dark chocolate shell.
These sweet treats will give you the energy you need for your day, without the sugar crash.
They’re loaded with healthy fats and protein to keep you going, but there’s plenty of delicious tastes in there, too!
And you don’t even need to turn the oven on. Simply blend together dates, cocoa powder, oats, flaxseeds, protein powder, and honey.
Add a dash of espresso if you want a mocha hit and roll the thick batter into bite-sized balls.
Crush your cravings with these blissful balls.
This fun recipe is filling, easy, and very adaptable.
From chocolate to vanilla, and coconut to cranberries, you can switch up the flavor combos so everyone gets their favorite.
If you need inspiration for your kid’s lunchbox, look no further! They’ll be thanking you for the entire school year.
There are few flavor combos more irresistible than cookies and cream.
They go together like cheese and wine, lemon and lime, chocolate and… everything.
This frothy beverage is worthy of your favorite coffee chain. It’s a tempting blend of almond milk, Shakeology, and chocolate graham crackers.
Serve over ice and sprinkle with cocoa powder for a mouthwatering snack in a glass.
If you love carrot cake (and who doesn’t?!), you’ll love this smoothie version of the traditional baked treat.
It’s full of the signature carrot cake flavors – hints of cinnamon and nutmeg, creamy vanilla, and fresh, sweet carrots.
Toss everything into a blender along with some vanilla Shakeology, and voila! It’s cake in a glass.
This culinary magic is ideal for breakfast in a hurry or a quick energy booster.
There’s no booze in this kid-friendly version of the tropical cocktail.
Instead, it’s loaded with healthy ingredients like coconut, pineapple, and vanilla Shakeology.
Simple to make, you’ll be surprised at how much fruity flavor you can fit in a shake.
Serve it over ice with a cocktail umbrella, and you’ll feel like you’re poolside on vacation.
Some kids hate eating breakfast. If that sounds familiar, tempt them into the morning meal with this funky shake.
It’s a thick and creamy vanilla shake, made with yogurt, protein powder, and bananas.
Using frozen bananas gives this an ice cream-like consistency, turning it into more of a sundae than a smoothie.
Lean into that dessert feel with a generous scattering of Funfetti sprinkles on top.
Trust me, no kid can resist eating dessert for breakfast. Just don’t tell them it’s healthy!
Perfect for game day or potlucks, this luxurious dip is a crowd-pleaser.
Made with just 3 ingredients, dips don’t get much easier than this. It’s a chunky blend of peanut butter, vanilla Shakeology, and almond milk.
Spread it on crackers, eat it with apple slices, or slather it onto toast. The sky’s the limit!
Put a little heat into your next smoothie with this delicately spiced recipe.
Ideal for the holidays, it’s a chocolatey drink flavored with hints of nutmeg and maple syrup.
Every sip is a delight, filled with intense cocoa flavor, dark treacly notes, and nutty richness.
If you thought Shakeology was just for smoothies, think again.
In this creative recipe, the powder is added to a pumpkin pie batter for a filling Thanksgiving treat.
Simply mix together pumpkin spice flavored Shakeology, pecans, coconut, dates, coconut milk, and pumpkin puree, then shape into bars and bake.
They’re so creamy and satisfying it’s hard to believe these nutritious bites contain no dairy or gluten.
Low-carb and gluten-free, these diet donuts have all the taste of your regular treats but without the belly bloat.
You’ll need the natural sweetener xylitol and some peanut flour for this recipe.
Both provide plenty of sweetness but are kinder to your insulin levels so you don’t get sugar spikes or crashes.
Then, cook them up just like traditional donuts. Whip up the batter, pour it into a donut pan (or muffin tray), and bake.
If you’re a beginner baker, don’t worry. This easy-to-follow recipe is the perfect place to start.
And there are even tips on how to glaze and tweak your donuts for different flavor varieties.
Horchata is a Spanish, plant-based drink traditionally made with sweetened tiger nuts.
This version uses vanilla Shakeology, almond milk, vanilla, and cinnamon to recreate the creamy, rich taste of authentic horchata.
If you’d like it thicker, blend in more ice for a frozen treat. And add a cinnamon stick if you’re looking to ramp up the spice.
I love cookies, but I don’t always love dealing with the stove and creating a lot of kitchen mess.
On busy days when you need cookies quickly, make these no-bake bites.
Made by blending peanut butter, oats, protein powder, and honey, they’re quick, easy, and very filling.
Feed your childhood cravings with this Elvis-worthy banana split smoothie.
Smooth, nutty, and creamy, it’s a gorgeous way to get your daily protein. And there’s plenty of fruit hidden there too!
Pineapple, banana, and strawberries add natural sweetness and healthy antioxidants, making it a great snack for fruit-avoiding kids.
These gorgeous bites look like little snowballs, making them the perfect finger food for a Christmas party.
They’re made from a thick batter sweetened with vanilla Shakeology and shaped into small globes.
Roll them in coconut flakes and chill before serving. These will go fast, so make sure you sneak a few for yourself!
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