Easy To Make 1000 Calorie Homemade Weight Gainer Shake

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One of the top weight gaining powders on the market, Monster Mass, currently costs about $2.50 per serving. For that price, you get 610 calories and a pretty decent tasting product.

While these shakes are convenient, I want to give you a more cost effective option that features better overall nutrition.

The following 1,000 calorie shake recipe contains only whole foods. Each of the ingredients can be found at any local grocery store. You’ll need:

  • Whole Milk
  • Peanut Butter
  • Heavy Whipping Cream
  • Bananas, Large
  • Whey Protein Powder

Heavy Whipping Cream. This is not the whipped topping you put on top of pies. Heavy whipping cream can he found in the refrigeration section near milk in almost every grocery store. It is a calorie dense dairy product that is used to make butter, or real whipped topping. In this case, we will use it simply to add extra nutritional value, taste and calories to our homemade weight gainer shake.

1000 Calorie Weight Gainer Shake

To make this shake, simply add the following into a blender, and mix well:

  • 2 cups of Whole Milk
  • 2 tbsp of Peanut Butter
  • 1 large Banana
  • 2 ounces of Heavy Cream
  • 2 scoops of chocolate Whey Protein Powder

This will yield about a 22-24 ounce shake that can be consumed either at one sitting, or split into 2 shakes. The calorie content of this weight gainer is slightly over 1,050, while also containing approximately 65 grams of protein.

In addition to providing quite a few more calories than a weight gain powder like Monster Mass, our homemade shake is also more cost-effective. It yields a greater amount of calories, on the average, per dollar spent.

Weight Gainer Shake Variations

If you are not a fan of peanut butter, chocolate or bananas, there are many other possible shake variations you can make. Here are a couple of possible ideas:

  • Ice Cream and Berries – You could make a vanilla ice cream and berry shake, using fresh strawberries and blueberries.
  • Cinnamon, Vanilla and Oatmeal – Combine vanilla whey protein powder, a dash of cinnamon, and a half cup of cooked instant oats.
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Wow lmao that’s a call for heart failure. How about 1/2 cup of oatmeal, 5 egg whites, table spoon of peanut butter, banana and other fruit of choice.

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Any macros on this shake? I guess I could do it myself, I’m spoiled. LOL Thanks for the ideas.

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its all are bad supplement

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All your base are belong to us?

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Jack, there are many alternatives to peanut butter in the supermarket including almond, soy, cashew, hazelnut…

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I really liked mine! Is there any good sub for just the banana though?? Because I like the first one listed the most, i just dont really like bananas haha

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Try avocado instead of bananas and add fruits. I’m slightly allergic to bananas and avocado makes a great sub.

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Awesome! I swapped the peanut butter with 1 cup of oats…you can add oats and get an extra 200 calories

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Kay did you use cooked oats? I want to try this but im allergic to peaunut butter!

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I used quakers rolled oat from my local supermarket

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