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As have many on this forum, I've been finding it challenging to get in my Protein, and have it taste half way decent at the same time. Today I found a really good mixture.

Mix together:

Crystal Light Pomegranite Cherry powder

1 Scoop powders? utm_source=BariatricPal&utm_medium=Affiliate&utm_campaign=CommentLink" target="_ad" data-id="1" >unjury (or other brand) vanilla Protein Powder

1 Cup Water

3 Ice Cubes

To me it tastes really, really, good without being too sweet!

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Sounds yummy!

I haven't been sleeved yet and I just ordered my first sample of unjury. In the box were some recipes and one recommendation was to add a packet of Stevia.

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I just made it with 4 C Cranberry Pomegranate ( aspartame does not like me ). It really is good! Thanks!

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21 grams of Protein are in each scoop of Unjury Protein Powder, so it's a good amount. This calls of only a cup of Water, but I actually use close to 20 to water it down a little bit.

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I get it at my nutritionists office, but you can also get it through Amazon.< /p>

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@newfoundlove, thanks i'm going to my nutritionist office today so I'll definitely ask and hope she has it :)

@donniej thanks for the additional info...

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