This post probably contains affiliate links, to items I am in love with, and I am confident you will too! For any health advice I give on nutrition and wieghtloss, make sure you check with your doctor, as I am not a health professional. I am just a mama with lots of health and fitness knowledge and experience.

Protein is a magical macro for breastfeeding and weight loss. I actually struggle to eat enough protein because I’m not a big fan of meat. I will eat chicken drenched in ketchup, or turkey burgers with lots of cheese and toppings, but I am really happy without the meat and just veggies. So, I opt for protein shakes as a way to help me get protein in. Protein is essential and important when you’re breastfeeding, and it’s a great tool for weight loss because it provides energy for your muscles and brain, while also requiring extra energy to digest. I find that the protein shakes are an amazing way to consume protein, in addition to other nutrients in a way that  is not only palatable but super yummy!




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If you have trouble knowing what protein powder to get, please read about my favorite, super clean protein powder! Its the Ora Organics. I just ordered my new tub of vanilla, and I can’t wait for it to arrive! I use it for pregnancy and postpartum because it has awesome ingredients for milk supply.

They have a great money-back guarantee if you end up not liking it, and I also talk about more protein powder options in this post, that are really great for breastfeeding mamas!

Anyways, let’s get into some smoothie bowls!!

Vanilla Mint:

This one is cool, green and fresh! I like some of my smoothie bowls thick and room temperature, so they are more like a pudding/dessert. Others I like with frozen fruit. This one is super thick and pudding-like. If you aren’t a fan of that, use frozen bananas rather than fresh.


1 scoop VANILLA protein powder (get my favorite!)
1 cup or so of Almond Milk (or milk of choice). Depending on your blender, you may need more or less
1/2 Avacado
1 Banana (minus a few slices for topping)
4 small mint leaves

Throw it all in a good blender. I use this one. Feel free to add a little sweetener if you happen to have a protein powder that isn’t that sweet. Top with some mint leaves and banana and its super yummy!

Sweet Beet: 

Now this one is for the more adventurous, healthy eater. If you are a new smoothie-bowl eater, the idea of beats in your smoothie might sound appalling, but its really more exciting to try it!

Here’s what you need: 

1/2 Can of Beets
1/2 Cup Almond Milk
5 Strawberries
1/2 Banana
1 Scoop Vanilla Protein Powder
Extra sweetener of choice: Stevia, honey, raw sugar etc. to add as needed

Blend everything together. Depending on how sweet your protein powder is, you will probably want to add a couple teaspoons of Stevia or honey because the beet flavor is strong. They are super good for you, and make a beautiful color, but if the flavor is still too much, add 5 more strawberries.

Mango Tango:

This one is yummy and super basic! Just Mangos, a little peach and banana.

This one has frozen mangos in it, along with fresh to give it a cool, smooth consistency.


8 Chunks frozen Mango
1/2 – whole fresh mango sliced
1/4 fresh peach sliced
1 Scoop of vanilla protein powder
1/2 cup almond milk
Blend everything together and top with a little mango and peach!

Pink Coconut:

I really wish I served this in a coconut. It’s on my list to eat it that way this week because that will be so much better. But, cutting a coconut is not something I’m good at. Anyways, this one is super simple too!


8 fresh strawberries
Handful of frozen strawberries/berries (I had mixed berries, so mine is more purple, but strawberries will keep it pink!)
1/4 Avocado for texture
1 Scoop Vanilla Protein Powder
3 spoonfulls coconut cream. This is the best with coconut cream from a can that you can scoop off the top. If you don’t have it, you can omit all together and it will still taste good.
1/2 cup Almond Milk
Shredded coconut for topping

Blend it all together and top with some frozen berries and lots of coconut!!


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