7 Homemade Weight Gainer Shake Recipes – Including My Personal Favorite The Heavy Weight Smoothie

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When it comes to building muscle for us naturally skinny guys, often times consuming enough calories on a consistent basis can become difficult. In fact, the inability to hit your necessary calories can be and probably is the biggest reason you aren’t gaining any weight/putting on any muscle. And if you continue to fail at reaching your macronutrient goals for the day, you’ll never grow, period.

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It’s not your metabolism!
In many cases one only assumes they are eating enough only to end up disappointed when they step on the scale. Heck, many of the emails I receive are from guys who are convinced that gaining weight is just not possible…at all. They believe their genetics won’t allow it or their metabolism prohibits it…but it’s simply not the case. Gaining weight is a simple matter of energy balance, and although some of us may require slightly more calories than the average person, the formula for packing on size is the same.

Because I know how frustrating it can be to bust your ass in the gym only to gain no weight, or how torturous it can be to force food down your own throat just to ensure you’ll move the scale, I am going to give you something that is going to make hitting your calories a breeze. I am going to share with you 7 easy to make, high calorie, nutrient dense weight gainer shake recipes that can be made in less than 2-3 minutes.

7 Homemade Weight Gainer Shakes for Skinny Guys

Prepare: Throw all ingredients into a blender for 30-60 seconds.

Shake Recipes 1

Shake Recipes 2

Shake Recipes 3

These are just some of my personal favorite homemade weight gain shakes but please feel free to adjust the ingredients to your liking. Don’t get caught up in having the exact items for each recipe and I encourage you to experiment with different blends. The idea is simply to put together a high calorie, nutrient dense, mass building shake that will make reaching your calorie goals for the day much easier.

The recipes above all consist of 600-800 calories and can be increased (or decreased) by manipulating the serving sizes of each recipe item.

1 More Recipe – The Heavy Weight Shake

Shake Recipe Heavy Weight

At a whopping 830 calories and almost 70 grams of protein, this is my Heavy Weight Shake. Being a father of 4, married, and having many obligations outside of my business, sometimes I am limited on time and packing in over 800 calories with 1 quick smoothie is absolutely necessary if I want to hit my calories for the day.

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Have any questions?
If there is any questions you may have regarding dieting for muscle growth, my approach to dieting, or my Bony to Brawny program, please leave them in the comment section below. No question will go unanswered!



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One Response to “7 Homemade Weight Gainer Shake Recipes – Including My Personal Favorite The Heavy Weight Smoothie”

  1. Skinny Guy Muscle Building Meal Plan Example – Eat to Grow Says:

    […] • If you cannot fit 6 meals into your day, simply remove 1-2 meals and increase the serving sizes of the left over meals if need be. • If you don’t have access to a protein supplement, simply replace the shake with a nutrient dense meal. • If you are lactose intolerant, use a protein supplement that is lactose free and consider using almond milk over 2% • If you find it hard to prepare meals throughout the day and this is prohibiting you from reaching your calorie goals, simple add in one of these 7 homemade weight gainer shakes […]

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