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What is chike?

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I'm a total chike addict! Our Breakfast every single morning is a chike coffee shake.< /p>

GG got me hooked on chike coffee....its wonderful :)

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What is chike?

It's a coffee flavored Protein shake with two shots of espresso in it. So of course, we promptly make and put one more shot in it, coz you know, can't have enough espresso!

We make ours cold but a lot of people have it hot. I've tried other, cheaper alternatives and they haven't been as tasty. It's still less expensive and a lot healthier than Starbucks though.

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GG got me hooked on chike coffee....its wonderful :)

are you still liking the Peanut Butter cookie Protein Shake too? It's my new favorite. How can something taste like nutter butter Cookies and be good for you??

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hmmm…I may hafta try it!

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I was interested in the chike but I realized I don't need another caffeine source!

That premiere Protein heated up is really growing on me. A half a shot of sugar free peppermint flavor..yummy

Joy I am also interested in the miracle cocoa. :)

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I had the Unjury chocolate Splender mixed with warm Water and it tasted just like hot chocolate!!!!

I don't have surgery until Dec 26th so I hope I still like it after surgery!

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If you heat up the Premier, do you have to worry about it getting too hot and curdling?

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If you heat up the Premier, do you have to worry about it getting too hot and curdling?

It gets a little coating on the top I scrape off. I usually heat about half the container at a time.

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For all who posted about hearing up premier chocolate, thanks so much. We drank them like mad pre-op and have lots still sitting around. The proti-diet hot chocolate is too sweet for me (NEVER thought if say that!) so I might try this instead.

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So my husband made up a recipe that he has promised to make for us today, using the proti-diet hot chcolate. He said the texture is like mousse, but it has so much Protein in it, it sort of goes thunk. I will post a picture later, but for now, here's the recipe:

Ingredients

Method

  1. Pour milk, pudding mix, and Protein powder into a mixing bowl.
  2. Use hand blender to blend ingredients for 2 minutes.
  3. Spoon mixture into 4 small cups.
  4. Cover and refrigerate until set. (it will almost be set when it is put into cups)
  5. Put 1 table spoon of spray whipped topping on each cup.

Enjoy!

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