I ordered the COR-Fetti protein powder to try it since it sounds amazing and right in line with my flavor preference. I mix all my shakes with about a cup of crushed ice and unsweetened vanilla almond milk ( about half cup or more to make a thick shake/smoothie) in a magic bullet. I was not disappointed. I have used and liked the cinnamon swirl in the past. Also tried the Peanut Butter Marshmallow which was not terrible but not to my liking.
Mixability is hard to rate since using the magic bullet pretty much gets any powder mixed well. From past experience though Cellucor's powders mix well compared to cheap powders(Elite XT---yuck). Basically mixed nice and smooth with no clumps and was easy to swallow and enjoy.
Flavor 10/10. I loved it. Tasted as I expected. It was like a nice confetti white cake with a frosting with more of a whipped cream frosting. It was not too sweet and flavor was perfect for my preference.
Profile and cost to quality - The profile and quality with their proteins is always top notch. With the recent debate and issue with companies using fillers to reach a certain "protein" level I like that they do not do this. I get the 25 grams of protein as the label states. Price for what you get is great. Not the cheapest out there but when I see there are no fillers and I am getting quality protein I am happy to recommend this flavor as well as the other flavors they have.
12-05-2013, 11:18 AM #1
Cellucor Cor-Fetti Cake batter protein - a review
12-05-2013, 11:41 AM #2
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Glad you got to crack the new flavor, i am looking forward to my tub in the future to see what the hype is all about. Seems most people have 0 problems with mixing and find this near the top of their favorite flavors.Cellucor Representative - COR-Performance Specialist
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