I have got a treat for you today – a 2000-calorie smoothie recipe!
This 2000-calorie smoothie for weight gain can either be used for weight gain purposes, for bulking, or if you are on the OMAD diet.
Whatever your goal is, this smoothie can serve it. A lot of bodybuilders would find this high-calorie smoothie useful as well, especially if they exercise a lot and want to build muscle.
Why Drink This Smoothie?
Drinking your calories in the form of liquid is much easier, and makes it easier for you to digest too. Also, if you are on a liquid diet, this smoothie can be beneficial to you too.
So technically, on average, one of those smoothies will fulfill the daily calorie requirements for adults.
If you don’t need the extra calories, do not drink this smoothie, as it will result in weight gain.
The smoothie contains 5 out of your 5 a day of fruit and veg, it contains protein, carbs, and fat, so it really is a complete meal.
It has all sorts of different vitamins and minerals required for your body to function normally.
If you are on the go all day, taking this smoothie with you and drinking it when you get a moment throughout the day, is a great way of feeding your body nutrients and calories to help you carry on with your day.
How To Make High-Calorie Weight Gain 2000 Calorie Smoothie:
You will need:
- Frozen Mixed Berries
- Whey Protein Powder
- Peanut Butter
- Full Fat Yogurt
- Chia Seeds
- Biscoff Spread
- Peeled Sunflower Seeds
- Full Fat Milk
This smoothie comes out thick and so filling, providing your body with important nutrients.
The smoothie is quite thick, so if you like a thinner smoothie, just add more liquid.
To make this 2000 calorie shake – add all the ingredients to a blender, and blitz!
Pour into your shake bottles and enjoy!
It’s very simple and easy to make high calorie shakes, even if you are someone who doesn’t normally cook or prepare food at home, this smoothie is so easy to make!
Recipe Variations Of Making This 2000 Calorie Shake
The ingredients listed in this recipe aren’t necessarily ingredients you should use.
You can substitute some of the ingredients to suit your own preferences.
So, here is a list of optional substitutions you can make that won’t necessarily change the taste profile as much or the nutritional values:
- To make a 2000 calorie shake recipe without protein powder, do not use protein powder, but instead, use more nuts and seeds.
- For a more tropical taste, instead of full fat milk, use coconut milk from a can.
- If you cannot digest oats well, or simply dislike them, use flaxseeds or shelled hemp hears instead.
- Instead of banana, you can use mango or pineapple.
And if you want to make other changes, feel free to. Just make sure you taste as you go, and adjust the consistency and taste to suit your preferences.
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2000 Calorie Smoothie Recipe
- 1 Blender We used this one
- 1 large banana
- 1 scoop whey vanilla protein powder
- 1 cup/150g of mixed frozen berries
- 2 tbsp peanut butter
- 2 tbsp full fat yogurt
- 2 tbsp honey
- 1/2 large avocado
- 3 tbsp of oats
- 2 tbsp chia seeds
- 1 handful of kale or spinach
- 2 tbsp of biscoff spread
- 2 tbsp of sunflower seeds peeled
- 6 pitted dates
- 500 ml of full fat milk
- 100 ml of water
- Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender and blitz until smooth.
- Serve and drink up!
Frequently Asked Questions:
What Are High Calorie Smoothies
A high calorie smoothie is a drink made using high calorie ingredients, or with just regular ingredients, but with much higher quantities. High calorie smoothies can be very helpful for individuals who workout a lot!
Can High Calorie Smoothies Be Healthy
High calorie shakes can be healthy as long as you use the right ingredients. For example, if you use bananas, protein powder and nut butters, this would be considered a relatively healthy smoothie.
Are Homemade Smoothies High In Calories
Not all homemade smoothies are high in calories. However, you can easily make homemade smoothies high in calories. It all comes down to what ingredients you use and in what quantities.