Herbalife Shake Recipes – Vanilla Formula 1 – Part 2

Vanilla Shake 2Here are 10 more ideas for a delicious, healthy meal based on the Vanilla flavored Formula 1 Healthy Meal Nutritional Shake Mix. If you want more recipes and/or more information on the process for making these shakes, check out Part 1 of our Herbalife Shake Recipes – Vanilla Formula 1.

All of the shakes below include

  • 12 grams of Protein
  • 24 Vitamins & Minerals
  • 250 Calories or Less

10 Herbalife Shake Recipes using Vanilla Formula 1 Healthy Meal Nutritional Shake Mix

  1. Root Beer Float Shake – You’ll feel like you’re in a 50s diner:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
2 Tablespoons of sugar-free Root Beer Syrup
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Vanilla Pudding Mix

  1. Marshmallow Peeps Shake – Don’t put this in a microwave:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
2 Drops of Yellow Food Color
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Vanilla Pudding Mix
10 Mini Marshmallows

  1. Banana Cream Pie Shake – This shake is bananas:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1/3 of a Frozen Banana
1 Teaspoon of sugar-free Almond Syrup
1 Teaspoon of sugar-free Vanilla Syrup
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Banana Pudding Mix

  1. Lego My Eggo Shake – No toaster required:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
2 Tablespoons of crushed Graham Crackers
½ of a banana
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Maple Syrup

  1. Candy Cane Shake – Like a healthy kid at Christmas:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Vanilla Pudding Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Peppermint Syrup

  1. Vanilla Butterfinger Shake – Like a Butterfinger, only vanilla:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1 Tablespoon of Peanut Butter
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Butterscotch Pudding Mix
1 Tablespoon Butterscotch chips

  1. Orange Julius Shake – A fruit smoothie in a delicious healthy shake:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1 Tablespoon of Herbalife H3O Orangeade
½ Tablespoon of Orange Jell-O

  1. Chubby Hubby Shake – Chubby Hubby not so chubby:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Butterscotch Pudding Mix
½ Tablespoon of Peanut Butter
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Caramel Syrup
½ Tablespoon of Chocolate Chips

  1. White Chocolate Raspberry Shake – Sounds classy:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
2 Tablespoons of Frozen Raspberries
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free White Chocolate Pudding Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Cheesecake Pudding Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Raspberry Syrup

  1. Rocky Road Shake – On the road to a healthy lifestyle:

1 Scoop of Vanilla Formula 1 Mix
1 Scoop of Vanilla Protein Drink Mix
1 Tablespoon of sugar-free Chocolate Pudding Mix
1 Tablespoon of Pecans
2 Tablespoons of Mini Marshmallows

Try some of these recipes, and let us know what you think. And if you come up with your own and want to share it, shoot it over to us and we might feature it on the site. The bottom line is these shakes are quick, easy, and healthy, so there’s no longer an excuse to stop at the drive-thru anymore. If you have any questions or if you would like to share anything with us, please leave a comment below.

To get the Herbalife Formula 1 Healthy Meal Nutritional Shake Mix and Protein Drink Mix, head over to the Herbal Drive Store. You can also learn more about the products there.

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12 Responses to Herbalife Shake Recipes – Vanilla Formula 1 – Part 2

  1. Kim Johnson says:

    I have a question. I’ve been doing herbalife for 2 years now & have always used 2 scoops of the Formula 1. Your receipes show 1 scoop. Which is the best?

    Thanks!
    Kim

    • Mike at Herbal Drive says:

      2 scoops of the Formula 1 is fine! We suggest 1 scoop of Formula 1 plus 1 scoop of the Protein Drink Mix, just to add a little more protein to the shake. But if you don’t have the Protein Drink Mix, 2 scoops of Formula 1 is fine. We appreciate the question. Let us know if there’s anything else we can help you with.

      Thanks!

  2. Jennifer B. says:

    How would I put these shakes into my ichange? I would love for you to put the nutrition info please, that would be very very helpful for me as my math skills sucks lol.

    • Mike at Herbal Drive says:

      Hi Jennifer! If you’re just using the basic flavors for the Formula 1 and Protein Drink Mix, you should be able to find the nutrition facts on the canisters for the powder. If you’re adding things into the shakes like fruit or anything else, then that will change the nutrition facts based on what you put in there. If you let us know specifically what you’re putting into your shakes, I’m sure we could help you figure out the numbers.

      Let us know how we can help! Thanks!

  3. mARELIZE says:

    HI*
    ive just started on HL**
    where can i get the sugar free puddings? x
    and suryp! x
    thanx you

  4. Angela Besaw says:

    I was obsessed with the cafe latte f1p and having at least 1-2 day religiously! However I’ve recently been diagnosed with celiac disease and Dr recommends a gluten free diet. I see there is now an allergen free f1p available, but only in vanilla. Can you suggest how I can still get my cafe latte flavor, or other recipes to help me with this new gluten free diet?

    • Austin at Herbal Drive says:

      Hi Angela! The Allergen-Free Vanilla Formula 1 is completely allergen-free, not just gluten-free. It is free of soy, dairy, and gluten. If you’re looking to avoid only gluten, you can also use the Formula 1 French Vanilla, Pina Colada, Orange Cream, and Pumpkin Spice. They are all gluten-free. Check out our post here for some more information – http://www.herbaldrive.com/gluten-free-options/.

      As far as getting the coffee flavoring, your best bet would be to try and find some gluten-free instant coffee or artificial coffee flavoring. Here’s an article with some suggestions for gluten free coffee – http://glutenaway.blogspot.com/2012/09/coffee-containing-gluten.html If you can find some gluten-free instant coffee, just throw some of that into the vanilla Formula 1. Just be careful. Make sure you’re absolutely sure that the products are gluten-free before you use them. Do some research and make sure you’re comfortable with the products.

      If you find something that works for you, let us know and we’ll let everyone know in case someone else is in a similar situation. Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!

  5. Hope says:

    I have trouble with artificial sweeteners. They give me headaches. Any other suggestions other then using the regular syrups or pudding mixes?

    • Mike at Herbal Drive says:

      Hi Hope! It all depends on what flavor shake you are trying to make. If you like certain types of fruit, they work great in shakes and are naturally very healthy. You can also use things like pretzels, natural peanut butter, certain cereals – there are lots of things you can do to avoid artificial sweeteners. If you’re trying to get a specific flavor, let us know, and we’ll try to help you figure something out without using artificial sweeteners.

      Keep us posted and thanks for stopping by!

  6. jocelyn says:

    I want to do the butterfinger shake one.. just wondering how much water or milk to add first.. thank u

    • Mike at Herbal Drive says:

      Hi Jocelyn! Start with 10oz of water or milk. If it’s too thick, you can add a little more. If it’s too thin, then you know to use a little less next time. It’s all a matter of personal preference.

      Let us know if there is anything we can do to help. Thanks for stopping by!

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