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28 Recipes That Make Shakeology a Meal


Shakeology obviously makes a healthy and delicious superfood shake, but what about when you just need… more? Turns out you can make Shakeology a meal replacement with just a few additions that not only expand the nutritional options but also the flavor possibilities.

Add whatever you want — greens, fruit, nuts, seeds, spices — and Shakeology will do the rest, providing high-quality protein, probiotics, fiber, digestive enzymes, antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals to round out your nutrition and support healthy energy.

The following recipes represent balanced meals that are as satiating as a full breakfast: Each is at least 300 calories and 20 g of protein, is high in fiber and healthy fats, and is low in added sugar, helping make Shakeology a true meal replacement. Explore the possibilities of a versatile superfood shake meal below!

Chia pudding parfait with yogurt, blueberries and chocolate

You could make this recipe as a shake or smoothie bowl. But layering the ingredients — almond milk, Chocolate Shakeology, chia seeds, plain Greek yogurt, and fresh blueberries — really elevates it in form and flavor.

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Glowing Green Smoothie Bowl | BeachbodyBlog.com

Made with Vanilla Shakeology and topped with tangy kiwifruit, banana slices, and shredded coconut, this is a green (spinach, kale, arugula — whatever!) smoothie that you can eat with a spoon.

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Cookies & Creamy Power Shake in a glass, ingredients

Endlessly versatile, cauliflower is nutrient-dense yet has a mild taste. So, it doesn’t overpower this veggie-packed shake — which also includes a half cup of spinach — and adds an extra dimension of creamy coldness when frozen.

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Maple-Overnight-Oats in a jar

This combination of Café Latte Shakeology, nutmeg, chopped pecans, and maple syrup is like a warm, nostalgic hug for your taste buds. Just roll out of bed, grab a spoon and your jar of oats and you’ve already started your day on a high note.

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This recipe swaps sour cream for cottage cheese, which helps it achieve that yummy, creamy moist cake texture, while chopped pecans add a nutty crunch. But it’s Snickerdoodle Shakeology that elevates this coffee cake to a superfood meal.

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These wonderfully delicious waffles featuring Chocolate Shakeology have a crispy exterior, with a tender and fluffy interior. Add a maple-sweetened cream cheese “frosting” and you have perfection on a plate.

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Two tall glasses with Vanilla Cinnamon Chia Pudding

We dressed up a regular chia pudding recipe using Vanilla Shakeology with a touch of cinnamon and granola for crunch and even more flavor. Beautiful fresh strawberries add visual flair, lush flavor and, of course, a boatload of nutrients.

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This gorgeous recipe starts with Strawberry Shakeology as a base to which we add blueberries, banana, blackberries, and a variety of nuts and seeds for texture and a taste almost like ice cream.

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Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake Shakeology | BeachbodyBlog.com

Ricotta and yogurt lend this Chocolate Shakeology concoction creaminess and cheesecake flavor, while raspberries add fruity sweetness, making it a delicious way to get a whopping 34 g of protein.

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Cinnamon-Apple-Overnight-Oats in jars

Whether you call it a cobbler, crumble, crisp, or streusel, you’ll love these apple-cinnamon overnight oats made with Vanilla Shakeology. Accented by chia seeds, the result is high in protein and fiber, and doesn’t require any cooking!

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Banana Nut Shakeology Mug Cake

All you need is five minutes and you’ll be digging into a warm mug of banana nut-bready goodness. Packed with nutrition, this recipe uses Vanilla Shakeology to help bring the protein count up to 26 g and the fiber to 10 g.

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Instead of sugary jelly, we topped this waffle-ization of classic PB&J with mashed strawberries for a burst of sweet, bright flavor. Made with Chocolate Shakeology and peanut butter powder, these waffles are at once crunchy and fluffy.

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Tropical Smoothie Bowl

Succulent mango, pineapple, and coconut milk blend together with Cookies & Creamy Shakeology (trust us, this flavor combo works!) to create a lusciously creamy smoothie bowl.

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This Carrot Cake Smoothie recipe has all the flavors of a beloved carrot cake.

This recipe has all the flavors of actual carrot cake, without all the added fats and sugars. That’s thanks to Vanilla Shakeology, which makes it extra creamy and flavorful without the customary sugary cream cheese frosting.

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Strawberry Shakeology Overnight Oats in a small glass

Toss some uncooked rolled oats, sea salt, Strawberry Shakeology, chia seeds, and almond milk in a jar, toss that jar in the fridge, and the next morning you’ll be tossing back 14 g of fiber and 25 g of protein for breakfast.

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We turbocharged classic peaches and cream flavor with Snickerdoodle Shakeology — luscious vanilla with swirls of cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger. The result? Warm, irresistible flavor and superfood nutrition all in a mug.

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With freshly chopped hazelnuts and rich dark chocolate, our Chocolate Hazelnut Smoothie Bowl tastes like Nutella only healthier.

This chocolate hazelnut smoothie bowl with Chocolate Shakeology doesn’t actually contain Nutella, but the combination of chocolate and hazelnuts comes pretty close. It also contains far less sugar and loads more protein.

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Banana Cashew Latte Shakeology Recipe

Creamy, coffee-flavored Café Latte Shakeology takes the place of having to brew a cup of joe — only with the nutrition of rolled oats, banana chunks, and cashews!

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Choc around the clock with this hearty yet indulgent breakfast staple that works any time of day. Not only do you get the rich cocoa flavor of Chocolate Shakeology, but you also get the chocolatey taste and crunch of cacao nibs.

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Cinco de Mayo Smoothie Bowl

Celebrate the fifth of May or any day with this beautiful smoothie bowl based on Vanilla Shakeology and full of strawberry, pineapple, lime, and coconut flavor. Give it a little extra something with a pinch of cayenne or your fave hot sauce!

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Power Latte Shakeology in glasses

Cauliflower’s mild taste makes it a perfect ingredient — even picky eaters won’t be able to tell it’s there. But your taste buds will love the creaminess it adds, and your body will love the fiber in this shake powered by Café Latte Shakeology.

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Spiced Apple Vanilla Chai Overnight Oats in glasses

This recipe is basically fall in a bowl: Rolled oats soak up all the fabulous flavors of Snickerdoodle Shakeology and more — vanilla with hints of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and fresh apple plus a bit of apple spice.

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Cookies & Creamy Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

Cookies & Creamy Shakeology sets the flavor foundation with hints of vanilla and cocoa, then sliced strawberries and banana take it to the next level. Finally, a sprinkle of warming cinnamon, chia seeds, and cacao nibs takes it home.

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Cookies & Creamy Banana Split Shakeology in a glass

This recipe with Cookies & Creamy Shakeology makes a banana split suitable to eat every day. Blend up this cold, high-fiber treat with vanilla almond milk, banana, and frozen strawberries for childhood nostalgia made healthy.

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Chocolate Pecan Cookie Overnight Oats in bowls

Create this delightful bowl of delicious flavors with Cookies & Creamy Shakeology, oats, almond milk, cocoa powder, and vanilla extract. And once you sprinkle the pecan crumble on top? There are almost no words for how divine it all tastes.

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Raspberry and Oats Smoothie Bowl | BeachbodyBlog.com

Fruit smoothie bowls are great, but what makes them extra special are the toppings. We made our raspberry smoothie bowl with creamy Vanilla Shakeology and decorated it with oats, chia seeds, and pumpkin seeds.

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Vanilla Peach Overnight Oats in glasses

Simply fill a 16-ounce jar with rolled oats, Vanilla Shakeology, water, a touch of vanilla extract for even more vanilla flavor, and slices of fresh (or frozen) peach, then seal, and leave until morning.

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This Café Latte Shakeology smoothie bowl incorporates all of our favorite flavors plus pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, and dried cranberries for added flavor, texture, and more than half a day’s worth of fiber!

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