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FITNAPTURAL SparkPoints: (74,468)
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3/11/12 4:39 P

Cottage cheese thickens my smoothies and has alot of protein. .5 c of cottage cheese+.5 milk and you have a good thick base. Then just add fruit and anything else you like.

LOOSEINGIT Posts: 4,077
3/3/12 9:09 P

I use FF plain yogurt instead of milk and freeze my fruit or veggies before blending, they come out thick and cold

MRSJOCCO SparkPoints: (29,430)
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2/26/12 7:15 P

Mango will thicken it, too emoticon

Also, you can add BENEFIBER (pkg. says it doesn't thicken, but it does).

Edited by: MRSJOCCO at: 2/26/2012 (19:16)
MAHI1979 Posts: 405
2/17/12 2:52 P

Hi Mandy,

Can you please let me know what you think about PGX? I'm thinking of purchasing it.

Thank you very much.

STLCARDSFANS05 Posts: 919
1/23/12 8:24 A

awesome idea about the pgx powder in soups and stews

MANDYJ73 Posts: 310
1/21/12 10:48 P

PGX powder... you can also add it to soups and stews... it will keep you full and make things thicker. Start with a small amount first. It is simply a natural fiber supplement and it comes in flavors or plain or in pills. I love this stuff.

KELLILVN SparkPoints: (15,684)
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1/11/12 5:19 P

How about freezing the liquid you are using.....or half of it before you make the smoothie.

SALAD38 Posts: 1
1/6/12 8:28 A

help, can anyone help i want to bulk, thicken up a protein shake without adding loads of calories or fat, ive tried banana but wabt to try something different

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