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Blend 1 banana, 1 cup nut milk, 1 cup torn kale, 2 Tbsp. peanut butter, ¼ tsp. ground cinnamon, and ½ cup ice in a blender until smooth. This easy smoothie recipe from Eating Bird Food is packed with 24 grams of protein, thanks to peanut butter, almond milk and protein powder. You can easily customize it with your favorite nut butter or milk alternative. The spinach adds fiber and greens to your morning for a satisfying, filling smoothie.

Ingredients. 1/2 of a large frozen banana. 1 – 2 Tablespoons peanut butter*. 1 scoop vanilla protein powder.

3/4 cup cold unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or other milk) 2 handfuls of baby spinach. 1 cup fat-free milk. ½ cup fat-free plain yogurt. 1 banana, frozen and chunked.

1 tablespoon natural peanut butter. 2 cups fresh spinach. 1 cup.

When it comes to quick and easy and fresh and healthy recipes, let’s be real — it’s hard to beat a green smoothie. Especially when peanut butter. This simple smoothie is loaded with fresh spinach leaves, banana, peanut butter and Greek yogurt.

It’s healthy and nutritious!Peanut butter spinach smoothie. A green, detox smoothie with a squeeze of lemon for extra kick. (via Love and Zest).

Check out over 60 green smoothie recipes to fit your taste and needs. The taste of the banana and the peanut butter cover the taste of the spinach completely. I freeze my bananas and spinach then prepackage everything for the week! Substitutions include rice or. A creamy, sweet vegan green smoothie with banana, peanut butter, spinach, flaxseed, berries, and almond milk.

The perfect healthy breakfast or afternoon snack. Divide spinach, blueberries, raspberries and bananas amongst 6 sandwich bags. Drop 1 tablespoon of peanut butter or almond butter into each bag.

Freeze until ready to use. When ready to blend, add one smoothie pack to the blender with about 1 cup almond milk and ice (depending on how thick you like your smoothie, use more or less ice).

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To change up this smoothie, add 1 tablespoon (15 mL) of peanut butter or almond butter.

“The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Over 100 Vegan Recipes to Glow from the Inside Out” by Angela Liddon
from The Oh She Glows Cookbook: Over 100 Vegan Recipes to Glow from the Inside Out
by Angela Liddon
Penguin Publishing Group, 2014

This recipe is just a simple but audacious peanut butter smoothie.

“The Vertue Method: A stronger, fitter, healthier you – in 28 days” by Shona Vertue
from The Vertue Method: A stronger, fitter, healthier you – in 28 days
by Shona Vertue
Hodder & Stoughton, 2017

Blender blend: 1 FROZEN BANANA, 2 cups APPLE CIDER, 1 cup FRESH FRUIT (I like pineapple or berries), / cup PEANUT BUTTER or “/, cup ALMONDS, 1 TB BEE POLLEN GRANULES, 1 TB toasted WHEAT GERM, 1 tsp.

“Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two” by Linda Page
from Cooking for Healthy Healing: The healing recipes. Book two
by Linda Page
Traditional Wisdom, 2002

In a blender, mix spinach leaves, grated carrot, ½ frozen banana, ¼ avocado, a handful of goji berries or blueberries, 1 tsp chia seeds, 1 tbsp coyo or natural yoghurt, 1 tbsp psyllium husk, 1 tsp ground cinnamon, a handful of ice and Almond Milk (see page 306).

“The Healthy Life” by Jessica Sepel
from The Healthy Life
by Jessica Sepel
Pan Macmillan Australia, 2015

You can pop these into any smoothie recipe in this book for added green goodness.

“Smoothie Project: The 28-Day Plan to Feel Happy and Healthy No Matter Your Age” by Catherine McCord
from Smoothie Project: The 28-Day Plan to Feel Happy and Healthy No Matter Your Age
by Catherine McCord
ABRAMS, 2019

Blended with a frozen banana and milk, it makes a delicious smoothie for breakfast or a snack.

“The Pediatrician's Guide to Feeding Babies and Toddlers: Practical Answers To Your Questions on Nutrition, Starting Solids, Allergies, Picky Eating, and More (For Parents, By Parents)” by Anthony Porto, M.D., Dina DiMaggio, M.D.
from The Pediatrician’s Guide to Feeding Babies and Toddlers: Practical Answers To Your Questions on Nutrition, Starting Solids, Allergies, Picky Eating, and More (For Parents, By Parents)
by Anthony Porto, M.D., Dina DiMaggio, M.D.
Potter/Ten Speed/Harmony/Rodale, 2016

I loved it and can honestly say I have a green smoothie three or four days a week.

“My Healthy Dish: More Than 85 Fresh & Easy Recipes for the Whole Family” by My Nguyen
from My Healthy Dish: More Than 85 Fresh & Easy Recipes for the Whole Family
by My Nguyen
Skyhorse, 2016

To make an easy, healthy, and tasty green smoothie, blend together one cup of a leafy green vegetable, plus one cup of a liquid base, plus one cup of fruit.

“The Essential Alkaline Diet Cookbook: 150 Alkaline Recipes to Bring Your Body Back to Balance” by Rockridge Press
from The Essential Alkaline Diet Cookbook: 150 Alkaline Recipes to Bring Your Body Back to Balance
by Rockridge Press
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2015

Combined with raspberry and kale, the kiwi in this recipe makes for a healthy and flavorful smoothie.

“Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started” by Rockridge Press
from Vegan Cookbook for Beginners: The Essential Vegan Cookbook To Get Started
by Rockridge Press
Callisto Media Incorporated, 2013

Peanut butter fans can rejoice over this smoothie, which is a little higher in protein and fat, making it a bit more satisfying than your average smoothie meal.

“The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies” by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
from The Glycemic Index Diet For Dummies
by Meri Raffetto, RD, LDN
John Wiley & Sons, 2010

Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Awww!! Your puppy dog is soooo adorable!!! I have been experiencing (for the first time) puppy good with my new puppy(new as of December). Wow I never realized the similarities between having puppies and babies!! Like you said my life is no longer the same.Way better since my sweet, precious little boy Winston came to our home but also way taking up my time!!! It’s all good though when he comes to snuggle!!
    I’ve had cats all my life(many,many) so all I can say is wow,what a difference!!
    By the way if you want an absolutely fabulous cat someday try owning the ragdoll breed! Our ragdoll boy Sampson is soooo soft(bunny soft) and one of their traits is they are dog like and follow you around. I really love that about him.
    Wellgreat video as usual so thanks. Give your doggie a hello from me and my dog Winston��

  • Love me a morning smoothie. I often have 1 frozen banana, mixed berries, almond milk and a dash of cinnamon with some cacao powder all mixed up. I’m 44lbs down!

  • I saw you asking for questions for your podcast but I don’t have Instagram so thought I’d comment here in the hopes of you seeing it, is your plant based diet purely for health or do you do it for ethical and environmental reasons too?
    Also I’d love to see a cheesecake recipe!! Lots of love ❤️

  • I am really looking forward to trying the green thickies. I lost the first 50 pounds. I am struggling to lose the last 50 pounds. I pray that this will help me reach my goals. These are foods I love and I need a simple plan I can follow. I am working out but my vegan diet needed some tweaking and this is it!��. I am starting now.

  • Isn’t palm fruit oil unhealthy? Is the salt in the peanut butter the healthy sea salt or the unhealthy table salt? Check the ingredients, because the food industry sometimes lie and deceive saying it is natural and healthy, but not telling you about the adverse effects of the bad natural ingredients inside.

  • These look yummy! What kind of Nutribullet do you use for this Ella? Is this the blender you take with you on your trips? Or is this one too heavy to carry around?

  • hey there, I’m glycemicaka low carb and bananas & applejuice is high carb in these smoothies. Are there any substitutes for these two with this?

  • I’ve been doing my research for Black owned businesses for meal replacement shakes, I have been led to you, twice now ^_^ I’m pretty convinced. Thank you for sharing

  • Thank you for your videos, but, couldn’t you speak more slowly??? Even with subtitles it’s impossible to catch all the words you say.

  • I put the bananas in the blender w cinnamon and Pbutter, juiced two apples and two clementines…added the juice to the blender…and viola!

  • Made the green one today with peanut butter instead and a bit of hemp seeds and was so nice. I made the espresso one a week ago and was lovely too ❤️

  • You got this man!! It’s funny you should post this video, I’ve been contemplating doing a few like these myself. I too have gone a little fluffy, to thin back to fluffy.. maybe a little more…and now hopefully back to thin. Loving the Blentec/vitamix blenders you will love that thing… Going to check the site out… Sending you green smoothie cup bumps!

  • I used to work at a smoothie shop, and one of our most popular was a smoothie with almond milk, vanilla froyo, peanut butter, chocolate, and banana. I’m allergic to bananas, so I usually put a couple strawberries and part of an avocado in mine

  • Both recipes are delicious and sooo easy to make! Thanks Ella! By the way, I’m really interested in buying your Smoothies book. Do I need a jiuce extractor to make the juices from the book? Thanks a lot xxx

  • I was so pleasantly surprised with the espresso peanut butter smoothie! Added some protein powder and I felt great all morning. Great simple recipe anyone can do!

  • Your recipes are the best! Quick question though what blender/food processor would you recommend for making things like nut butter? I would really appreciate your opinion. X

  • Bananas are a sweet fruit. Especially if you leave them to freckle. That’s when the starch turns to sugar. The grapes will be sweet too,

    One tip about squeezing oranges or lemon by hand. If you roll the fruit back and fourth under your hand, like you were kneading dough I guess, it loosens up the fibers and makes the juice easier to squeeze out.

    I’m surprised you don’t blitz the apple skins too. Think I read somewhere that half the nutrition of the apple is in the skin.just under the skin in fact.

    I started using lime more often to brighten up the smoothie. Yum.

    That’s enough for now. But pleased to see you eased up on cane sugar.

  • Hi Ella, so pleased for you going onto to do your yoga teacher training. I’m a yoga teacher, have been for many years in the Cotswolds and the British wheel of yoga teacher training was life changing. Enjoy your journey and thank you for the videos. Kim x

  • Today we tried the green one with Cashewmilk and PB2 (it’s good) and tomorrow we’re going to make the other one! Very simple ♥! Great Recipe:)!

  • The espresso one is my ultimate favourite smoothie! For breakfast or pre workout or sometimes even just for a pick me up.. perfect! Thanks Ella♥️

  • Awesome smoothie. I use unsweetened coconut vanilla with organic pea protein, organic peanut butter and some powder fiber. No banana, no fruits cause I’m avoiding sugar and carbs.