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Summertime means I’m on a strawberry kick! And to be honest, I’m always on a strawberry kick. Strawberries are definitely one of my all time favorite fruit, and any dessert with strawberries in it is an automatic favorite of mine.
Protein Milkshake offered me to try out their newest flavor. When I saw that it was Strawberry Shortcake protein, I was beyond excited! So, naturally, I had to make strawberry shortcake with it… and this version is totally acceptable for breakfast because it’s oats in disguise! Thank you again to Protein Milkshake for mailing me these samples to try out.
Protein Milkshake Strawberry Shortcake Review:
You cannot beat Protein Milkshake’s macros. It’s exactly why they’re on my list of best protein shakes for Weight Watchers. Their flavors are all around 110 calories each (including this one), and they clock in at 1 SmartPoint per serving if you're following any of the myWW plans!
Unlike some proteins, they’re very smooth and the flavor is strong. Thankfully it’s not sickeningly sweet, but the perfect balance.
The strawberry shortcake flavored protein gave these baked oats such a lovely flavor. This truly did taste like a shortcake! When I opened the package, it even smelled just like a strawberry cake!
Ready to make cake for breakfast?
Oats ingredients (makes 3 servings):
Frosting ingredients (1 serving):
How to make straw shortcake protein baked oats:
Tips For StOring baked oats:
If you’re making your baked oats in advance, you can store them in the fridge and then reheat in the microwave. They should only need 30-60 seconds in the microwave (depending on your microwave strength).
Jessica is a huge Disney, anime, and Star Wars nerd who channeled that love into motivation to lose 75 lbs.