New Blogilates Protein Powder: REAL Asian Flavors by a REAL Asian Woman

Hey guys!

Initially, when I was pitching Blogilates protein powder to Target, I was sparkly-eyed about creating a unique flavor assortment that had not been done before in the supplement world. Specifically, I wanted to develop popular Asian dessert flavors (also my personal fave flaves in the 🌎) in a protein powder format.

However, no matter how hard I pushed, it didn’t matter because I didn’t have any numbers to back up my belief in the success of my Ube and Matcha protein. I mean, I get it. They’re “unusual” flavors, it’s a lot of units to take a risk on, and I was a new brand in the nutrition aisle with no sales record to back me up. So I was greenlit only to produce the Sweet Cream and Chocolate Shake flavors for an initial test round.


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I had a lot of proving to do.

In March 2022, I launched Blogilates Protein across Target stores nationwide. I knew that the only way Ube and Matcha were ever gonna get a shot was if you guys genuinely loved Sweet Cream and Chocolate Shake.

cassey ho with new blogilates protein powder matcha milkshakeWell…

Y’all came to SELL👏IT👏OUT👏

Together, we PROVED.

Bc of you, I’m so proud to say that Target is now carrying 2 new protein powders in REAL ASIAN FLAVORS DONE BY A REAL ASIAN WOMAN (and done right). And I need to emphasize the “done right” part bc I have tasted so many “matcha” proteins in my lifetime and forreal every single one of them makes me wanna regurgitate.

taste testing new blogilates sculpt and debloat protein flavors

We spent 2 years trying to get the Ube Soft Serve protein to taste authentically nutty and sweet, retain its purple color w/o the unnatural dyes, and keep it smooth which is the hardest when you’re also trying to make it plant based. Matcha Milkshake was even tougher. How do you get that earthy taste without going too bitter? How do you get the creaminess in there without using any milk products?

But on the 12th sampling round, we finally got it.

Mix with water and it’s real good. Almond milk and it’s creamy. Oat milk and it’s absurdly fatty. Add boba and you’ve got protein boba and that’s LITERALLY all I’ve ever wanted in life 😭

Shop the new Blogilates protein powder flavors at Target!

Ube and Matcha are avail rn in some 🎯 stores (test phase) and on! Also we still need to talk about the protein bars! So next post!


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  1. Inga says:

    Why there is no information or directions on your protein powders in your blog? I may be missing the link. I would like to know the benefits that I gain by talking them.

  2. Jellybean says:

    I want it so bad!!!( 。゚Д゚) Looks so good, ♡♡♡♡

  3. Mae says:

    Ack, I want these soooo badly but with the recent news about erythritol being associated with blood clotting, I’m not comfortable getting them. Please consider getting rid of the sugar alcohols!

  4. Jessica Rienstra says:

    How “artificial sweetner” do these taste? That’s my only issue with a lot of flavored protein powders, otherwise i’m SOLD <3

  5. Abby says:

    Do you have any recipes you can share with the protein powder?

  6. Maey says:

    Cannot find a good screenshot/photo or list of the ingredients any where? Looks cute but need the deets. .

    1. Cassey says:

      If you go on the target site and scroll the pics you will see it in there! You can zoom in and see all ingredients and macros!

      1. C says:

        It’s very blurry! Can you post the ingredients here please?

    2. Olivia says:

      I’m not sure why the nutrition information isn’t written in text anywhere (I thought that was mandatory when selling food online, but because this is labeled a “Dietary Supplement” I guess they don’t have to?), so I transcribed the information of the Ube Soft Serve flavor for other people who also couldn’t read those compressed images on Target’s website.

      Supplement Facts

      Serving Size 2 Scoops (27.8g)
      Serving per container 14
      Amount Per Serving (% Daily Value)

      Calories: 100
      Total Fat: <1 g (2%)
      Saturated Fat: <1 g (4%)
      Cholesterol: 0 mg (0%)
      Total Carbohydrate: 6 g (2%)
      Dietary Fiber: 4 g (14%)
      Total Sugars: <1 g
      Protein: 16 g
      Sodium: 250 mg (11%)
      Plant-Based Protein Blend: 21.3 g (†)
      Yellow Pea Protein, Organic Whole Grain Brown Rice Protein
      Fiber Blend: 4.5 g (†)
      Fibersol Resistant Maltodextrin, Whole Grain Oat
      Probiotic Blend: 15 mg (†)
      Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacter luna bifidum: 2 Billion colony forming units

      Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
      †Daily Value not established.

      Other Ingredients: Natural Flavor, Xanthan Gum, Stevia Extract, Natural Fruit and Vegetable Colors, Salt, and Monk Fruit Extract.

      If you are pregnant, nursing, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before use. Do not use for infant feeding. Store in cool dry place.

      Directions for use: Add 2 scoops to 8-10 fl oz milk, water, or a smoothie. Mix well.