Time 4 Soft Serve Protein Ice Cream

By @k1mzyy


To make this Soft Serve Protein Ice Cream, you will need:

34g Time 4 Whey Protein Professional (Any flavour of your choice!)

1g Xanthan Gum (approximately half a teaspoon)

170ml Cold Water

200g Ice


This recipe may require some trial and error until you find your preferred consistency. You may need to tweak the measures by, for example, either using more or less water/ice depending on your preference or individual appliance). Typically, the recipe should yield a soft serve like consistency.

Mix the protein powder and Xanthan Gum until well combined. Fill your smoothie maker glass with 170ml of cold water. Add the dry mixture, followed by the ice last. Blend for approximately 30 seconds. Check consistency to see if it requires more water or not. Serve and enjoy!

Macronutrients (the only macros come from the powder before any toppings!)
Calories: 136.5
Protein: 24
Carbs: 4.5
Fat: 2.5

Try this amazing Soft Serve Protein Ice Cream recipe today.

We have worked with one of Italy’s leading flavour houses to produce some of the best tasting sports supplements available.

Time 4 Whey Protein Professional is our premium protein blend of Whey Protein Concentrate, Partially Hydrolysed Whey Isolate & Micellar Casein and is ideal for adding to recipes to increase protein as it mixes easily and tastes delicious.

Time 4 Cream of Rice is an ideal product to use to increase carbohydrate content of your recipes. The flavours are delicious and so easy to work with.

Also try using our Time 4 Collagen + which can easily be added to hot and cold drinks and virtually any recipe as it mixes easily, is unflavoured, has a very neutral taste and is gluten free, dairy free, lactose free, GMO free, sugar free and fat free.

Our customers are always sending in recipe ideas and we love to share them on our website so you can try them at home. If you have a recipe that uses our products and you would like to share it then please drop us an email with the ingredients, method, and some good images. If you can also work out the macros that would be a great help as this makes it a lot easier to work these treats into your diet whether that would be low fat, low carbs or keto.

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