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Combining all-natural Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein, and Hemp Protein, our Vegan Blend is a high-protein shake created specifically for vegans – completely free of soy or dairy.
This tri-blend is packed with essential amino acids and an impressive 22g of protein per serving – perfect for all your fitness goals.
The superior protein content, derived from plant-based sources, contributes to the growth and maintenance of muscle mass.
It’s a great source of BCAAs, too. These are the building blocks of protein, which make up the structure of new muscle tissue – so important whatever your aim, whether it’s losing weight or toning up.
We’ve also added DigeZyme® – delivering more protease than any other digestive aid out there.
This is the must-have supplement for every single vegan – making sure you get the protein you need, each and every day.
Simply mix it with your favourite smoothies or fruit juice, or try our delicious Chocolate Smooth flavour with milk or water – pre-workout, post-workout, or any time throughout the day.
Vegan Protein Bar – get a plant-based protein fix in the most sweet and simple way possible, with 13g protein and all-important carbs for keeping those energy levels up.
Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.
Protein contributes to the growth & maintenance of muscle mass, so to reap the benefits of this product we recommend adding 3/4 of a large scoop (30g) to 150-250ml of water or milk in a Myprotein shaker 30 minutes before and/or after your workout. Alternatively consume any time of day to increase your daily protein intake.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This product is intended to be used alongside an active lifestyle and a balanced diet. Suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
May also contain gluten, soy, milk and egg.
Chocolate Smooth Flavour: Protein Blend (65%) (Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein Concentrate, Hemp Protein), DigeZyme*®* Patented Enzyme Complex (Protease, Amylase, Beta-D-Galactosidase, Lipase, Cellulase), Cocoa Powder, Flavouring, Sweetener (Sucralose)
Unflavoured: Protein Blend (73%) (Pea Protein Isolate, Brown Rice Protein Concentrate, Hemp Protein), DigeZyme*®* Patented Enzyme Complex (Protease, Amylase, Beta-D-Galactosidase, Lipase, Cellulase)
Serving Size - ¾ Scoop (30g)
Servings Per Container - 33 (1kg)
|Per 100g||Per Serving||*RI|
|Energy||1692 kJ/400 kcal||508 kJ/120 kcal||6%|
|Fat||5.0 g||1.5 g||2%|
|of which saturates||1.6 g||0.5 g||3%|
|Carbohydrates||13 g||3.8 g||1%|
|of which sugars||1.0 g||0.3 g||0%|
|Protein||73 g||22 g||44%|
|Salt||1.3 g||0.39 g||7%|
* Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000 kcal)
The nutritional information is based on the Unflavoured version, when choosing an alternative flavour the nutritional values may vary.
Where reviews refer to foods or cosmetic products, results may vary from person to person. Customer reviews are independent and do not represent the views of Myprotein.
What really matters with plant protein is whether the raw material used here were grown without fungicides and pesticides. This I do not know, myprotein company should know that, and it would be good if they told us that. Otherwise we are eating pesticides... It is the same story with whey except that whey does not contain pesticides but perhaps more likely residue of antibiotics which cattle might have been feed with! It is a common practice unfortunately! So myprotein could you tell me whether your products use raw materials which have been treated with pesticides or not? Than I would rate your product with 5 stars. Now you only get 3.Goes Well With:water
I'm jealous of anyone who can stomach the taste of this protein. Genuinely jealous. I usually have whey but I'm trying to go a non-dairy route and was hoping the Vegan Blend would be a good start... Boy, was I wrong. As soon as you open the bag, it smells like a combination of manure, dirt and and some other stuff that you likely wouldn't put near your mouth. Texture is gritty, but it's drinkable. The taste is what kills it. Even mixed with milk, oats, vanilla drops, the taste lingers and getting a mouthful down is proper effort. I'm going to try and mix it with a bunch of fruit tomorrow in the hope that I can mask the taste, but it seems highly unlikely. I know some of you will say just get it down you, it's only a 10 second job. But the taste lingers. For the last 5 hours any burp, exhale or bit of air from my throat/gut smells like this earthy excrement. It's not nice to say the least. Unless your life is dependent on gains and you can't have any other protein source, I really wouldn't bother.Goes Well With:The bin.
I have tried both the chocolate flavour and the unflavoured versions and my preference is for the unflavoured. I found the chocolate far too sweet and artificial-tasting. If you want to blend it into various types of smoothies, then chocolate doesn't always work with the flavours you're including. Also, the protein content is reduced by the inclusion of cocoa, although not by very much. The unflavoured version works very well if you're blending it into other flavours. On it's own it's a little bitter, but not unbearably so. Overall, a reasonably priced vegan protein powder that mixes quite well and provides a good protein boost to your daily intake.Goes Well With:Smoothies, incuding banana, non-dairy milk and any other veg or flavours you want to add.
As a vegan, this was the ideal product for me. Before, I had the whey isolate protein and I found the taste to be quite chemical and not very nice. However, this protein has a much more subtle, natural taste. I got the unflavoured version but added flavour drops (the banana ones) and it tastes pretty good. The texture is a bit odd but I really like it. It's kind of grainy, but reminds me of oat milk. The shakes are quite thick - I tend to use about 300-350ml of almond milk with 1 scoop. I can understand some people not liking the texture, but I think that's personal preference.
Although I have no tolerance problems with dairy. I wanted to remove it from my diet and see what difference and effect there was. In order to do this I had to remove Whey from my diet. This was the hardest hurdle to overcome due to the reliability of Whey protein in my shakes and bars etc. I bought the Vegan Blend powder to try as it was a mixture of three different types of protein powders and offered more benefits than just one variety. I buy / use the chocolate flavor and so i am unable to comment on the unflavored version. The powder mixes just like any other whey protein powder but the texture and taste is different as expected. The taste has a more earthy feel to it and I can imagine to some to be quite bitter. The chocolate flavoring does a good job of masking this bitterness. The texture is slightly more 'grainier' than whey powder but I don't mind it and it isn't noticeable if you make your shake with more liquid. In my opinion I have noticed more energy in my training and daily activities but without hard evidence to prove it, I cannot say everyone will experience the same benefits I have felt. As for vegans athletes / gym goers, this is a great substitute for whey and personally I think you are better off with this blend instead of whey. Although this is slightly pricier than impact whey and has a lower protein content per 100g (If my memory serves me right) I have used this for a few months and will continue to do so in the near and far future. I also use this for baking my own dairy free protein bars/ flapjacks.Goes Well With:Oats
I have struggled to find a protein supplement that was non diary and easily digestible. I suffer from Crohn's disease, diary allergy, can't eat red meat and most vegetables so needed to increase my intake of protein and greens. This ticks every box! Would recommend to any IBD sufferers looking for a good supplement. Goes Well With:Alpro almond milk Peanut butter Coconut ice cream Honey
Tastes like feet when mixed just with water. I don't expect to enjoy my supplements so I am usually not really bothered about taste; but this protein caused me nausea. I find that mixing it with something sweet helps to take it down. Goes Well With:Maple syrup or honey
Decent vegan protein, good amino acid profile and digestive enzymes help. My only concern is as follows. Stop using sucralose as a sweetener, it's toxic, kills beneficial microflora and potential carcinogen. Replace with steviol glycosides and it will be a perfect product for all vegans.
I wrote mp an email complaining about the change in taste the sweetness overload with sucrolose and the batches dissimilarity. It seems they don't care nor want to listen. A decent non dairy blend is needed and you are almost there but stop changing it every single batch. Use stevia instead please It is harder enough as it is eating non dairy protein please listen to us the end user. Goes Well With:I have it with avacado banana almond mild unsweetened and three but butter, throw in some blueberries for good measure
I have no idea of the effectiveness as I cannot stomach this! I've tried mixing it with oats, flavour drops, fruit and still have an overwhelming taste of the powder which doesnt mix very well! Would not recommend!
STOP!! All of you enthusiastic protein eaters....and CONSIDER THIS! (If you haven't done so already)..before you attempt to create a 'delicious protein shake'... from unflavoured.. brown rice/pea/hemp protein powder..!! :0( ... Try a new idea...This is currently My Favourite Food....I'm about to tuck in to my breakfast, now..which is ideal for anyone who needs energy and minimum calories..BUT..who is bored rigid..thinking about diet food. I make pancakes.. with apple or other pureé topping... No ordinary flour at all. just vegan protein powder and sometimes some instant oat flakes for added crunchy flavour if baked crisper.... It is a perfect way to eat, enjoy, and be happy with your vegan protein powder. ...Do you know how to make pancakes? Galettes? Use the no-flavour protein powder, not flour, to make them.!! It is a bit like the taste of Breton, dark rye galettes, so works well as a savoury pancake too. Or a pizza base. Just depends how runny, or thick, you make the mix. (I haven't tried using the chocolate flavour, yet, for baking, as that does make a pretty good hot chocolate, or cold chocolate drink....but who knows...chocolate brownies...?)Goes Well With:Fruit ....and mushrooms...and pizza topping...
Tastes and smells like saw dust, doesn't mix well with water and has lumps in. Do not buy.
I started off with the unflavoured version. 1 scoop with approximately 250-300ml was palatable. Sure, it didn't taste amazing, but you can't really expect anything else from isolates. There are a lot of ways to make the unflavoured version taste better. I tried adding a small amount of agave (you really don't need that much to make a difference) which took quite a bit of the edge off. If you're using a blender, 1 banana works really well with it. It also goes perfectly with non-dairy yoghurt style products. My most common mix was a small amount of agave, some chia seeds and some flavoured ground linseed. Worked a treat. I've recently changed to the chocolate version, and it is surprisingly tasty. It almost feels a little bit too sweet after adjusting to the unflavoured version. It mixes well and quickly, but you won't be able to remove a small amount of the gritty taste. As other reviews below me have pointed out, you do get used to it. I have to say, I'm really happy to have found this product. On days where it can be hard to get your protein from whole vegetables, or if you're going to the gym regularly, this product is a life saver! Goes Well With:Agave, Alpro Soya Yoghurt, Banana, Chia Seeds, Milled Linseed, Porridge, Avocado (smoothie).
I've been meaning to write this for a little while. Just started to go towards being vegan and stop consuming dairy etc. Don't understand why all these vegan options need to taste like a dehydrated foot powder! But anyway, seems to be working well and after a bit of playing around I've got some additional ingredients that almost make this poon powder taste good! Add in a generous serving of Honey (yes I know not vegan so I'm not 100%) or you can use maple syrup. A spoonful of cacao powder Smooth almond or peanut butter, make sure it's smooth you don't want lumps in this bad boy even with the better flavour! And use oat milk instead of water. Boom. Doesn't taste nearly as bad. I hope this helps some of you! Goes Well With:Honey or maple syrup, cacao powder, smooth almond or peanut butter and oat milk
I purchased this protein to try something new, however I am extrnenely unhappy with this particular flavour. I wouldn't recommend purchasing this as it does not mix well with other products. Customer service were not helpful when I asked about possibly changing the flavour, as the chocolate is far too over powering and quite frankly it makes me feel sick!!!! It's tastes very artificial and leaves an unpleasant taste in my mouth. Maybe the unflavoured would be a better option. Goes Well With:Nothing.
Oh my! I made the mistake of buying a 2 Kgs bag. I got this proteins today and tried them in the gym...after 1 sip they made me sick. Literally. They are super sweet. And...I cannot really describe the taste. Very unpleasant. And after 3 hours, just the thought of it makes me sick. I had to block my nose to finish drinking the shake and not feel the taste. I cannot talk about the results as I don't think I can carry on with it. Terrible. Goes Well With:Nothing. Unless your mouth is taste-free.
I wanted to avoid whey cause it was giving me pimples. I tried Carnipro (beef protein) and it was a disaster, as it was simply unmixable and tasted like raw-beef. But I love Vegan Blend, it mixes very easily, you can mix it with water even with a spoon in a mug. The Chocolate Smooth version tasted fine, though tastes a bit like dusty as some said, but it was fine to drink. In a nutshell, if you want to avoid whey, this is the best option as it has a full range of amino acids. Great product!!!
Despite the bad reviews about mixing I find this mixes pretty well, although I always use a blender to mix my shakes with fruit etc. The real downside is the taste. I used to use whey before turning vegan and loved the taste of the chocolate flavour so hoped this would taste the same. The chocolate flavour is barely evident, there's just a mild and unpleasant sweetness which somehow seems to overpower everything I mix it with. I hope the other flavours are better because I really need to find a go-to vegan protein powder. Goes Well With:Yet to find anything.
Delivery great as always .I moved onto vegan blend as whey gave me digestive issues. I can honestly say, it's the worst thing I've ever tasted. It tastes like stale, sweaty socks. It doesn't mix at all, even in a blender, and leaves a bitter sludge at the bottom which is almost undrinkable. I've been using My Protein for nearly a year, had a bout 7/8 different things off them and this is the only one I've he a problem with. The thought of having a pre and post workout shake fills me with dread. However, it is effective. My muscles are more defined and ive added 7 push ups onto my record. Goes Well With:Nothing definitely not water and cocoa powder. Or in a smootie. Or with bananas. It tastes awful and overpowers everything you put it with.
Pretty disgusting taste (like hay). Makes me feel sick if I try to drink it with almond milk or in a green smoothie. Discovered that mixing it with soup masks the taste well, and makes a satisfying thick soup. Especially recommend mixing it with pea soup. Great if you're worried about getting enough protein, and want to get it in a cruelty-free way.Goes Well With:Soup