Do you really think you need a 1,250-calorie shake? That's just absurd.
Geez Louise. Over 1,200 calories and only 50 grams of protein? It's basically 80% carbs/20% protein. A typical carb-bomb, kitchen-sink formula. Nothing special or genuinely beneficial (other than basic calories).
What, exactly, did you eat yesterday?
What's your current height and weight?
How much bodyweight have you gained in the last eight weeks?
I have a hard time buying the necessity of a shake that has that many calories. Unless your schedule is absurdly hectic, and I'm betting it really isn't, I'm sure you can increase your whole food intake to bump up your daily calories while relying on a more moderate and more sane shake formula.
Something like Metabolic Drive Complete with whole milk, peanut butter, and other random goodness (fruit or whatever) can get up around 700-800 calories per shake and deliver less carbs and more protein.
(Seems to be out of stock right now, but even the basic Metabolic Drive is 100 calories per scoop. Add that to a big blender concoction and you'd be good to go.)
Point is, even the bigger dudes on this site, who carry much more bodyweight and lean muscle than you or I, don't seem to have 1,200+ calorie shakes on a daily basis. You can, and should, be focused on eating whole foods first.