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Caramel Cashew Protein Shake

This post is sponsored by Premier Protein, but the thoughts expressed and the recipe is my own. 

This Caramel Cashew Protein Shake is my new favorite! It is made with Premier Protein's delicious Salted Caramel ready shake, cashews, cashew butter, and even salted caramel ice cream! This shake is creamy, thick, and most importantly, macro friendly! Make it with me!

You already know that my favorite flavor of Premier Protein is their Salted Caramel! I love salted caramel anything! I knew when I tasted this flavor for the first time that I wanted to turn it into a delicious, healthy treat. The shake is delicious on its own, and it has 30 grams of protein and only 160 calories! But, if you want to doctor it up a little and make it a dessert shake, you can follow this recipe! I've added cashews, salted caramel halo top, and reddi whip to get the job done! #ad #sponsored

This recipe even allows you to add Caramel Syrup to the shake thanks to Walden Farm's zero calorie syrups! You can shop walden farms on Amazon, or find it at your local health food stories such as Harmon's, Whole Foods, and Sprouts!

Caramel Cashew Protein Shake
Yields 1 serving
268 calories/ 13F/ 24C/ 21P

5 ounces Premier Protein Drink- Caramel Flavor
10 soaked cashews
1/2 tablespoon cashew butter
1/4 cup salted caramel halo top ice cream
1 tablespoon walden farms caramel syrup 
1 cup ice
2 tablespoons reddi whip.

Add all the ingredients, minus the reddi whip, to a high speed blender and blend until smooth.

Pour shake into a glass.

Top with reddi whip cream and additional Walden Farms caramel syrup and enjoy!

*Tip: if you double this recipe, you can use the whole container of the Premier Protein shake!

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