Lemon Pound Cake

Lemon Pound Cake

As always, these recipes don’t require any pricey products and all come in for close to $2 or less!

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Blend your ice and water together first for a few seconds before adding dry ingredients. It’ll make for a smoother consistency.

If your shake is too thin, add more ice and blend.

If your shake is too thick, add some warm water and blend.

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Lemon Pound Cake

Cost: $1.56
Nutrition facts: 210 calories 22.5 g Carbs


  • 1 scoop SlimFast Advanced Nutrition Smoothie Mix - Vanilla
  • 1 scoop Integrated Supplements Whey Isolate Protein - Vanilla
  • 1 TBSP Great Value pudding mix - lemon
  • 1 Graham Cracker square
  • 1/4 TSP Lemon Extract
  • 1/4 TSP Butter Extract
  • 1 cup Water
  • 1 cup Ice


Blend ice & water in blender for 10 seconds

Add all other ingredients into blender

Blend until smooth or desired texture

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  1. Hey there,
    I have a question so I have chocolate premium protein powder at home, do I need to get the advanced to go with it? Thank you so much for sharing valuable secrets for us

    • Hi Heather!

      I think you could try it first with just the premium protein, but you would use two scoops (one in place of the SlimFast Advanced). The SlimFast has all the vitamins, minerals, and fiber of a meal replacement. But if you aren’t concerned with that, you could just use what you have to make a high protein shake rather than a meal replacement shake.

      Originally the premium protein was going to be our first choice until we tested the Integrated Supplements brand. The combo of SlimFast Advanced with that product gave the best flavor with the least amount of “protein taste” possible. If you use the premium protein and it starts to get more of a “chalky” taste, I would increase the water and ice. Let us know how it goes so we can pass along the info!

      • Thank you! I’ve pulled several of these and swapping the regular pudding for sugar free where I can (except oreo cookies & cream) someone comes up with that in sugar free and they will be my next hero! One last question… are you using “instant” puddings or “cook & serve”

        • Just the instant pudding mixes, haven’t used the cook & serve. Also, you could use a sugar free syrup to cut down on the carbs and calories. We have most of the syrup flavors, but wanted to make sure to give everyone a recipe with ingredients they could find easily. If you use syrups and want the shakes to have a “creamier” texture, throwing in one tbsp of sugar free vanilla pudding mix works well to add more texture and is pretty cheap. Almost every syrup we’ve gotten came from a discount store for $4 or less.

          I have a sugar free syrup in the flavor of “cookie dough” but not “cookies n cream.” The other option is to use a “Cookies and Cream” protein powder like Muscle Milk in place of the vanilla protein powder, but we are trying to avoid people having to buy multiple flavors of protein powder.

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