No, not that kind of naked. Naked Shake is a brand new protein powder from Naked Nutrition. It feels like a lifetime ago because it was January 2020, but I tried the Naked Nutrition Collagen. I am a fan of the minimum ingredient list and how it truly is tasteless. So much of the protein world says “tasteless,” but it isn’t really.
I was executed when Naked Nutrition launched their Naked Shakes in the protein peanut butter blueberry vegan flavor (that is a mouthful). At first, I thought of blueberry and peanut butter… which seems weird, but then I remembered duh-peanut butter and jelly.
About the Brand Naked Nutrition:
The vision of Naked Nutrition is to support health and fitness goals by sourcing premium ingredients, using as few ingredients as possible, and being transparent about them. That way, you know exactly what is going into your body. The new Naked Nutrition Naked Shakes are no different!
What is the Naked Difference?
- Uses pea protein grown on US and Canadian farms
- No artificial sweeteners
- Vegan and certified gluten-free
- No artificial sweeteners, flavors, or colors
About Naked Shake Peanut Butter Blueberry Vegan Protein Powder:
As the name suggests, there are minimal ingredients in the Naked Nutrition Naked Shake. I like that, and I’ve away from most wheys. They never really set well in my system.
My experience with the Naked Shake:
I am always skeptical of protein powder. Of course, I like minimal ingredients but will it actually *taste* good. Even with the most minimal ingredients, a protein powder needs to taste good.
I’m happy to report, it does, and there is no after-taste. I have a scoop of mine with milk after a run. I’ve added ice cubes as well when I want to cool off.
The other “recipe” I do is:
Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Smoothie:
- 1 Scoop Naked Nutrition Naked Shake
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter
- 1 cup blueberries (frozen blueberries work really well here)
And blend. It’s one of my more favorite post-run smoothies right now, especially since it’s gotten hot.
Naked Nutrition Naked Shake Cost:
For a 2 pound tub, the cost is $39.99, which isn’t too bad for about 30 servings. Many minimal ingredient protein powders are well above $50.
Naked Nutrition Naked Shake Conclusion:
If you are looking for a protein powder, the Naked Nutrition Naked Shake is a great option. It has minimal ingredients, plus it tastes good, and there is no after taste.
You can see more reviews here and try it for yourself here.
Questions for you:
Have you tried Naked Nutrition Naked Shake?
What is your favorite protein powder?
Thank you for featuring a vegan product!
Of course Kathleen, I actually have a few more vegan products in the near future that I’m working on reviews for.
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