How to Make Your Birthday Happy: The Perfect Protein Powder Recipe

How to Make Your Birthday Happy: The Perfect Protein Powder Recipe

Here’s how to make your birthday wish come true!

The first thing you’ll need is protein powder.

If you can’t find any, go to your local grocery store and buy the stuff in bulk.

It should last about a week in the fridge.

It’s actually easier to make it if you just use a food processor to blend the powdered ingredients.

I usually blend it in the microwave, but you can also mix it in a blender or in a food mill.

For the sake of this article, I’m using a blender.

If using a food machine, just leave the powder out.

Next, you’ll want to mix up a small bowl.

I use a 9-inch round stainless steel bowl.

This bowl will be used for storing the protein powder and will be filled with ice water.

You can fill the bowl with water in a cup or a shallow dish.

You may want to add more water if you want to make sure you’re using the correct amount of protein powder for your needs.

You’ll want a cup for a batch, but I usually add an extra scoop of protein to each batch.

You want to get a consistency that’s very creamy, like a thick, smooth paste.

You don’t want to have too much protein in there, but still have enough protein to make a smooth, creamy mixture.

Next you’ll have to make the powder.

I like to use the Vitamix and the Precision Protein Blend.

The Vitamux makes it easier to mix, but it’s a bit more expensive than the other options.

The Precision Blend is also cheaper, but the Vitams are also a bit thicker.

I like to mix it with a small amount of honey.

You could also add some powdered baking powder to it, but that won’t really add much flavor to the protein.

You should also add a small drop of vanilla extract to the mixture.

It gives it that “vanilla” flavor.

After you’ve mixed up the powder, it’s time to bake it.

If it’s cold out, just pop it in your oven at 200 degrees.

I just throw the batch into the oven at 375 degrees.

If the temperature is hot, I bake it in my oven at 450 degrees.

You’re probably going to need to bake the protein for a little bit longer to make any noticeable changes in flavor.

Once it’s baked, let it cool completely before eating.

I prefer to eat it right out of the bowl and then let it sit for a bit.

It’ll absorb some of the flavor of the protein, but won’t taste that bitter.

Next time, I’ll just add a little more honey.