Rheo H Blairs Protein Recipes

Blair’s Creamy Delicious

1 cup cream (8 ounces)
1 cup lowfat milk
4 tablespoons Blair’s Protein Powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 eggs (drop in boiling water 30 seconds)

Blair’s Light Creamy

1 cup half and half (8 ounces)
1 cup whole milk
4 tablespoons Blair’s Powder
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Blair’s Yogurt Delight

1/4 cup Blair’s Protein Powder
3 ounces half and half
1 cup plain yogurt
12 ounces of 2% milk
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

Blair’s California Coconut Delight

1/3 cup Blair’s Protein Powder
4 ounces of light cream (not heavy)
12 ounces of 2% lowfat milk
2 tablespoons coconut extract
1 egg boiled for 30 seconds

You can freeze these recipes in an ice cream freezer or divide into individual portions in cups and place in the freezer. Before eating thaw the ice cream slightly. You can also use different extracts like almond, black walnut and others. You can also try using fruit like strawberries, peaches, pineapple. For juices you may add some carrot juice.

5 Comments
  1. In previous articles, Vince recommends NOT to mix protein and milk. Here, Rheo is mixing milk and protein.
    What is this correct path?

    1. Keep in mind, this is Rheo Blair (aka Irving Johnson)’s protein drink, not Vince’s.
      Vince said, “throw away milk” (too many carbs). Use 1/2 & 1/2 or whole cream.

  2. Vince did mixed milk in with his protein, He just did not do it with a blender as he stated it would change the nutritional value of the drink.

    He would mix the eggs and protein powder in a blender(if he used powder, often times he would just use eggs). Then pour the mixture in a glass and add in half and half and stir with a spoon and drink.

  3. When he recommends dropping the eggs in boiling water for 30 seconds is that the same thing as poaching the eggs

  4. One could always try Rheo Blair’s $1,000 method for poaching eggs, i.e. drop them into water heated to 180°F – tho’ I usually wait till it’s 190° as temperature drops off once you add eggs – and cook for approx.. 3-mins. White is soft but cooked and yolk is still raw. Perfect for protein drinks.

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