Like Pumpkin Pie? You’re Going to Love This Festive Jay Robb Protein Shake

I know what you’re thinking.

And, no, I don’t work for Jay Robb.  I don’t have a reseller’s agreement and I’m not even an affiliate.   I just happen to think they’ve got some really rockstar products.

Among them?

Yammit! Energy Nuggets

I happened to get my hands on some Yammits a while back and I have slowly been experimenting with all of the glory that they can bring. Here’s my latest post-workout shake that has Sally singing praises.  Just in time for my favorite season – a protein shake worthy of the Pumpkin King:

1 cup nonfat milk
1 scoop Jay Robb Whey Isolate (Vanilla)
4-5 ice cubes
1 scoop Jay Robb Yammit! Energy Nuggets
dash of cinnamon
dash of nutmeg

Blend until creamy smooth.
Enjoy your liquid pumpkin pie.

Note: Because of the carbohydrates and sugar in the Yammit! product, this is a great shake for just after a workout, when your body is still a rampant calorie-burning machine.  For the purposes of my own nutrition plan, however, I would not drink this shake at any time other than just after a workout.

Next up in the recipe arena: Pumpkin-Pie-Like Yammit Energy Bars*

*I’ve already tested these on my (picky) sister and they passed with flying colors!

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  1. i’ve been making jay robb shakes in the morning…pretty good! i had a blueberry one this morning…mmmm Oregon blueberries…still in season!

  2. Gotta love the Blueberries!! I try and pick about 30 lbs each July and freeze them. They make great smoothies, no ice required. Freezing bananas works great to gives the smoothie a nice creamy texture.

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