Can You Put Protein Powder In Your Cereal?

Kaelin Tuell Poulin, LadyBoss Co-Founder, Weight Loss Expert, Best Selling Author

Kaelin Tuell Poulin is an award-winning fitness professional, best selling author, and weight loss expert who personally lost 65 pounds in 7 months. The founder of The LadyBoss Movement, her LadyBoss Formula has helped tens of thousands of women lose weight and keep it off forever.

You’ve probably been looking for new ways to get more protein in your diet, but you probably never thought to put protein powder in cereal.

While there isn’t a specific protein powder cereal on the market, there are several simple protein powder cereal recipes that you can try.

But before you even start, you have to find a protein powder that would actually taste good in cereal. 

These days, protein powders have dozens of flavors and are composed of different types of protein. 

For example, if you’re looking to boost the flavor of your cereal, you want a protein powder that is going to give you the sweetness you expect from a bowl of cereal without the added sugar.

That’s where LadyBoss LEAN comes into play. It tastes like vanilla cake when you mix it with regular almond milk or even water, so it’s bound to add a ton of sweet flavor to your cereal. 

Additionally, protein supplements like LadyBoss LEAN also have your daily values of a lot of vitamins and minerals. This adds even more benefits to your breakfast.

So, what is the best way to get the added protein into your cereal? Well, there are two ways actually … you can put the protein powder on the cereal and you can put the protein powder in the cereal. Let me explain…

Protein Powder On Cereal

If you sprinkled sugar on your cereal when you were a kid, you know that the added boost of sweetness changed the flavor completely.

Of course, these days, most cereal flavors are overwhelmingly sugary … almost to the point where your sweet tooth gets an overdose.

So, to get the most out of putting protein powder on cereal, you should consider getting a cereal that isn’t packed with sugar. 

High-fiber cereals are great for you, but it’s hard to find one that doesn’t give you the feeling that you’re chewing on chunks of a cardboard box.

However, if you simply take a teaspoon of your favorite sweet protein powder and lightly sprinkle it over the top, you will get a completely different flavor.

Keep in mind, if you just dump the teaspoon onto the top of your cereal, you might end up with a few chunks of dusty protein powder as you’re eating.

That’s why it’s important to just sprinkle it gently over the top like you would a teaspoon of sugar.

However, there is a better way of getting your protein powder and fiber every morning.

Protein Powder In Cereal

Okay, so you can put protein powder on your cereal, but can you put protein powder in your cereal?

Whenever I’m asked, “can you put protein powder in cereal?” I often say, “Of course, but there’s a trick to making it taste good without the lumps of powder showing up in every bite.”

And here’s the trick:

Mix your protein powder with your milk of choice (choose almond milk for fewer calories) in a shaker bottle before pouring it over your cereal.

For example, add ½ scoop of LadyBoss LEAN and eight ounces of unsweetened almond milk to a shaker bottle. Shake it vigorously to ensure everything mixes just right.

Pour your favorite high-fiber cereal into a bowl, then pour the contents of the shaker bottle over the cereal. 

This is one of the best ways to get extra flavor and extra protein into your diet. 

As an added bonus, as the cereal absorbs the protein mixture, the high-fiber cereal takes on even more of the delicious vanilla cake flavor.

While there are a lot of ways to get extra protein, one of the best ways to maintain a full feeling after breakfast is to add a little bit of protein powder to your cereal. For a breakfast like this, I always suggest LadyBoss LEAN because of its sweet flavor and nearly endless benefits.

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