Bridget Harrison Recipe

DIY Carnation Instant Breakfast

By Bridget Harrison rowanvamp0


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating

Bridget's Story

If you're tired of purchasing expensive boxes of Instant Breakfast drink mixes, than try this filling do it yourself recipe. This makes a family size batch. If you're looking to reduce your sugar intake, substitute splenda for sugar. This makes an excellent addition to care packages for college students
who need a little pick-me up in between classes.

Ingredients

1-3 oz
instant pudding, any flavor
1/3 c
sugar
12 scoop(s)
protein powder, vanilla
6 c
dry milk powder
2 tsp
vanilla powder
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine all, blend well.


Blend 1 c. Ice Water & 1/3 c. mix, blend well. Add fresh fruit for a change of pace.
2
If you don't know how to make vanilla powder follow the recipe here:
Combine the following in Blender
or coffee grinder and Powder until Fine

1/4 cup confectioners' sugar
1 vanilla bean

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Other Tag: Healthy


  • Comments

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    Christina Vasquez mendozavasquez - Apr 17, 2012
    I just went grocery shopping today and thought about buying a box Carnation Instant Breakfast for my son who is testing at school but when I seen the outrageous price they wanted I quickly changed my mind. Thank you for sharing this recipe:o)
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    Bridget Harrison rowanvamp0 - Apr 27, 2012
    Your so welcome Christina I'm amazed at how much food is over priced and how EASY it is to make it at home..sometimes the initial cost to prepare cost more but if it's something you do regularly the savings will be tremendous!
  • user
    Christina Vasquez mendozavasquez - Apr 28, 2012
    I agree totally!
  • user
    Bridget Harrison rowanvamp0 - Apr 30, 2012
    Let me know when you tried it love to hear back from ya!
  • user
    Cin Straw's Kitchen NanatomyGrands - Feb 20, 2013
    Thanks for sending me over here Bridget...nice post (I love making it sugar-free by using either Splenda, Truvia or Stevia).