Vanilla & Berries Delight

Filed under: General Health, Nutrition, Recipes

As many of you know I used to eat cottage cheese like it was my job, often twice per day. I had a recipe that I ate nearly every single day, and I loved it. Now that I have cut back on my dairy consumption, and no longer really eat cottage cheese, this delicious meal was no longer an option.

So I have decided to do something about it. I have created a non-cottage cheese smoothie version, which I personally think is absolutely delicious. If you love vanilla and you love berries, you will absolutely love this smoothie.

Vanilla & Berries Delight

  • 6-8oz unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein
  • 1/2 cup wild frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 tbsp milled flax seed
  • 2 tbsp chopped walnuts
  • ice cubes as desired

Now if you are a guy who needs a few more calories than this provides, then I would add in 6oz vanilla Greek yogurt, and maybe bump the flax to 2 tbsp and the walnuts to 1/4 cup, or you can just do any one of those things, depending on your needs. You could also add in some old-fashioned oats or quinoa flakes if you needed to bump up the carbs.

If you are a woman, or anyone looking to keep calories lower, you could keep it as is since it is only about 360 calories, or you could cut walnuts down to 1 tbsp and berries down to 1/4 cup each if you really needed to.

The point is, do not be afraid to make changes or experiment based on your needs and desires. Enjoy!

PS – A lot of you have requested that I add a Recipe Categories feature. Well take a quick peek to your right, as it is finally here. As I continue to blog I will add old recipes to that category as well, so that way all of my recipes will be much more easily found!

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Posted on January 25th, 2010 by Brian St. Pierre


  1. Scott Says:

    Thanks for putting up these recipes. I enjoy your blog.

    Do you have any recommendations for affordable rice protein powder that doesn’t taste like dust? I got some vanilla rice protein powder from Whole Foods, and I use lots of fruit, but I keep feeling like I’m drinking a chalk shake. Sun Warrior rice protein powder gets good reviews, but is expensive.

  2. ben Says:

    this is crap. what is “vanilla protein”. ive never heard of such a product. is there protein in vanilla? i dont think so. this is a recipe for fatness.

  3. Marcia Says:


    I use the same protein powder from Whole Foods and I have found the chocolate protein powder to be much more palatable than the vanilla version. I agree with you in that their vanilla protein powder tastes and looks disgusting when blended.



    Love the site and especially the recipes! Keep up the great work.


  4. Pete Says:


    Your website sucks. Get rid of the orange background…its giving me a headache.


  5. Callum Says:


    Any recommendations on protein powders? Or at least protein types. Been using a great whey/casein blend for a while, but looking to get away from it as per the dairy issue.

  6. Ray Says:

    I just made this shake and it tastes amazing. I used the Vitamin Shoppe Vanilla protein. It tastes great. I normally hate Vanilla protein and live off Chocolate but I dont think chocolate would waste good in this recipe.

  7. fake oakley Says:

    Your blog is so nice that every one would feel pleasure to post comments. So am I. Thanks. Keep sharing the similar posts which we feel happy !

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