Mint Chocolate Chip Healthy Protein Smoothies

This post about healthy protein smoothies has been sponsored by Aloha and Blog Meets Brand but all opinions are my own.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right? We need to break our overnight fast and feed our hungry bellies before we start our day. However, morning is also the most chaotic time of day. It’s when the kids can’t find their shoes and my husband calls to tell me he forgot to put the trash out. It’s the time of day when juice glasses get knocked over and the dog decides to throw up on the living room rug. So, do we have time to make omelets and fancy breakfast wraps for a boost of protein? No. I have been known to eat the kids leftover toast and toss an apple in my purse on the way out the door to drive them to school.

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Looking for Healthy Protein Smoothies? Try this Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Smoothie Recipe!

Healthy Protein Smoothies

ALOHA products are full of all the great things your body needs to stay fueled for your busy day. They are free of GMOs, gluten, soy, dairy and anything artificial. I love that their powders, bars and other supplements are plant-based and organic. They are also incredibly easy to find at Target stores nationwide. Don’t have a Target near you? Never fear…. you can get them delivered right to your front door when you shop on the ALOHA website. If you love chocolate smoothies, check out my chocolate almond butter smoothie bowl recipe!

Want healthy protein smoothie recipes? Try this Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Smoothie Recipe

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Mint Chocolate Chip Healthy Protein Smoothies

ALHOA chocolate protein powder uses fair-trade organic cacao  and is lightly sweetened with organic coconut sugar. One serving contains 18 grams of plant-based protein. Definitely more than my leftover toast and apple that I usually eat! It also includes wild-harvested vanilla and is 100% free of harsh chemicals, fillers, artificial sweeteners, and “natural” flavors. It’s a delicious way to eat pure and be powerful without stressing out about breakfast.

Aloha organic protein bar


Is a smoothie still too much work for you in the morning? ALOHA also offers a number of protein bars that are easy to throw in your gym bag, diaper bag or purse on the way out the door. They come in a variety of flavors like peanut butter chocolate chip, chocolate fudge brownie and vanilla almond crunch.

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Mint Chocolate Chip Healthy Protein Smoothies

Want healthy protein smoothies? Try this Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Smoothie Recipe

Yield: 1 serving

Mint Chocolate Chip Healthy Protein Smoothies

Want healthy protein smoothies? Try this Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Protein Smoothie Recipe

Looking for healthy protein smoothies? Try this mint chocolate chip healthy protein smoothie recipe!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 2 scoops ALOHA chocolate protein powder
  • 8 ounces vanilla yogurt
  • 1/4 to 1/2 cup milk (can use almond, soy, etc)
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 1 ounce semisweet chocolate (chopped, or use semi sweet chips)
  • 1/8 tsp peppermint extract


  1. Put all ingredients into a blender or smoothie container and puree until smooth.

6 thoughts on “Mint Chocolate Chip Healthy Protein Smoothies”

  1. I never seem to have the time to fit breakfast in. I get so busy that I forget. Not the best habit as I’m sure it lowers my metabolism. I am very interested in Aloha protein. I like that it is a non-GMO and that it is quick to make a protein smoothie. I need to get that plus the protein bars.

  2. These are great ideas for healthy protein smoothies, I love that they look delicious but are actually good for you. I will have to try to make these!


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