- María Fernanda López
Churro Crunch Milkshakes (Keto & Gluten Free)
Cinco de Mayo or not Mexican food is always on rotation here. The flavors, dishes and all the traditions are always a big inspiration for me and for this recipe the inspiration was churros and my memories back in Mexico City.
This is a simple, easy to make Churro Crunch Milkshake that's perfect for any fiesta, afternoon snack or even post workout since we are making our shakes from vanilla bone broth along with nothing else but Cali'flour Foods Crust to create those churro crunch bites!
About these Churro Crunch Milkshakes:
Easy and creamy! Since we are Cali'flour Foods using to make those little churro squares the recipe calls to be low carb and gluten free too! I simply coated the crust with cinnamon and monk fruit to create that amazing churro effect. For this use the plain crusts, and you can also use PURELYHL for discount!
Besides using a low carb crust, essential part of this recipe is the protein. I used vanilla bone broth to add some protein and volume to the recipe. You can also use whey protein and a pro tip if you belly is not too sensitive; xantham gum to create the thicker ice cream effect.
This ingredient is completely optional but it really is crazy to thick it makes it.
A great dessert or snack for diabetics too since we are using granulated monk fruit, that doesn't cause glucose levels to spike. Plus the combination of fats from the crust to the and the protein is just a good combination to keep those glucose levels steady.
Overall, these are the ingredients needed for these Churro Crunch Milkshakes:
Cali'Flour Foods Plain Crust
Vanilla Bone Broth Protein Powder
Easy and simple list of ingredients. Probably you already have them all in your pantry, and if you are only missing the crust to make the churro crunch squares you can use the code PURELYHL for Cali'flour discount... yay!
The full instructions will be below along with the nutritional information per serving. Just the perfect way to celebrate this Cinco de Mayo, gluten free and high protein goodness! Each milkshake has 21g of protein! Plenty to keep you full for a while and fuel up those muscles!
Overall this recipe is:
Meal Prep Friendly
The end result
The crunch from the churro bites is just amazing, you are going to love it! The contrast of creaminess and the crunch is just ideal. I baked my crust in a ventilated pizza baking tray to make sure to have it all nice and crispy.
Also, don't be afraid to step up the cinnamon and the granulated monk fruit on top! In the end churros are loaded with these two and it really makes the difference when you are generous.
By the spoonful or with a straw this recipe can be enjoyed in the way you prefer and love the most! There's never a wrong way. The recipe calls for two servings but you can also make it one... if you are like Joey that doesn't like to share food.
Share this recipe with your workout buddy or at your next fiesta with your friends or family! You will be surprising them on how good and easy this combination of flavors are... that's the magic of Mexican Food!
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Churro Crunch Milkshakes
By María Fernanda López
Serves 2 servings
1 Cali'Flour Foods Plain Crust
1 cup of almond milk
1/2 cup of Granulated monk fruit
1 scoop of vanilla bone broth protein powder
2 tbsp of cinnamon
3 cups of ice
1/2 tsp of xantham gum (optional, but it makes it thicker)
Preheat the oven at 370F.
Cut the crust into squares, coat them with generous amount of cinnamon and granulated monk fruit.
Place the squares in a ventilated pizza baking tray, previously greased.
Bake them for 10 minutes and let them cool down.
Blend the rest of the ingredients.
Serve the milkshake with some churro crunch squares on different layers and top with the rest.
Nutritional Information per serving (200 kcal)
Net Carbs: 3g
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