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Ingredients 2 cups milk 2 tablespoons blackberry jelly 2 tablespoons peanut butter 1 bananas, frozen and chunked 2 tablespoons honey 2 teaspoons wheat. 1 to 2 tablespoons peanut butter; 1 tablespoon of honey or liquid sweetener (optional) Handful of ice; METHOD: Place non-dairy milk of choice in a blender. Next, add fruit, honey, and peanut butter.

Ice gets added in last. Blend in high-speed blender for 1-2 minutes, stopping to stir if needed to help the blending process. NOTE.

Enter the healthy peanut butter and jelly smoothie. The healthy peanut butter and jelly smoothie is my low-calorie, high-protein twist on the classic flavors of this popular childhood lunch in smoothie form. Packed with protein, healthy carbohydrates, and fats, this drink will remind you of your brown bag lunch days while nourishing your body.

Skip the PB & J sandwich but get the flavors in this healthy smoothie! Greek yogurt, spinach and strawberries are blended with peanut butter in this healthy, protein-rich smoothie recipe. Let’s make an easy Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie! First, gather all the ingredients together. In a blender, combine one frozen banana, one cup Silk Almond Milk, two tablespoons low-sugar Strawberry Jam, three tablespoons Jif Peanut Powder and one cup ice.

Place the banana, peanut butter, and date in your blender. Add ⅓ cup of the milk beverage and the vanilla, and blend until smooth and creamy. It should be quite thick.

Add milk to blender first, followed by peanut butter, jelly and frozen banana pieces. Blend 60-90 seconds, until smooth and creamy. If your peanut butter jelly smoothie is too thin, add 1/2 1 cup ice and blend for an additional 30-60 seconds to thicken it up. If you liked this peanut butter jelly smoothie.

No, there’s no real jelly in the smoothie, but there are strawberries, which add to the strawberry jelly flavor. The peanut butter cup flavor comes from a combination of chocolate protein powder and powdered peanut butter, although you could swap out actual peanut butter in a pinch, too. This Smoothie is made from Bananas, Peanut Butter, Dates, Nonfat Milk, Protein Blend, 100% Cocoa. It tastes great and is a healthy alternative. Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie Enjoy a healthy twist on a childhood classic with this creamy peanut butter and jelly smoothie that’s packed with protein!

It’s made without banana and blended up with raspberries, strawberries, collagen peptides or your favorite protein powder, and all natural peanut butter.

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  • 7 oz of almond milk
    2 table spoons of peanut butter (whatever kind even powdered)
    1/2 cup of frozen blueberries
    1/4 cup of frozen strawberries
    1 scoop of protein pour
    1/3 cup of ice

  • This recipe inspired me so much! I had never thought of a PBJ smoothie before. I have been making my own version of it for months. I love it! I use no ice or protein powder. I add some plain Greek yogurt and more frozen strawberries than you use. It’s very very good, satisfying, and filling!

  • seriously gonna try this out. but defs over 300 calories considering the pb will be 200 and then the whey aswell.. still looks delicious tho!

  • This vegan protein powder is delicious and not expensive: http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/garden-of-life-raw-protein-vanilla-631-g-powder/gu-7030?sourceType=sc&source=FG&adGroup=40-60&keyword=GU-7030&cm_mmc=Google+Shopping-_-Product+Listing+Ads-_-40-60-_-GU-7030&gclid=COPXnpf3x70CFchQ7AodWAQARg&gclsrc=aw.ds#.Uz84-BktaPU

  • And YouTube deleted my comment. I hate to post this again, but can I use cashew butter instead of peanut butter? I can’t eat peanut butter, but this sounds delicious.

  • Hey Sarah, I just made a variation of this, and it wasn’t my favourite, but I really like your channel.  I have a lot of respect for what you’re doing, because I’m kind of doing it too-I’m a yoga teacher.:)

  • I have to try this like now! Lol I love all your videos! You truly inspire me to live a healthy life! You made my day by responding to one of my comments too! Just so u know 😉 xoxo

  • Thank you so much for this, Jake. My little brother was getting on me about my weight. I can’t exercise much due to having severe asthma, so I try to eat as healthy as I can. He was saying that I was going to get fat or well, fatter, from using peanut butter. I had thought that the usual brand that my mother got was healthy, but I guess it isn’t. I don’t know if any local stores here sell natural peanut butter, so some advice as to how to make it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. 

  • Just got into smoothies! I had been mixing up the frozen tropical fruit mix from trader joe’s, almond milk and vanilla whey. Def gonna try this recipe though! Thanks for sharing. 

  • Hey Jake, I have one kidney. According to my doctor I am not supposed to have a lot of extra proteins. I’m not supposed to drink protein mix or anything like that. Are there any alternatives?

  • Can you just blend strawberries and blueberries?
    Also can you just blend the berries with the milk and peanut butter instead of juicing it?

  • That’s almost identical to my daily breakfast, which is 30g vanilla protein powder, 200g skimmed milk, 250g 0% fat free greek yogurt, 75g peanut butter, 200g frozen strawberries. I prefer to use frozen strawberries, so I don’t have to add ice. I generally try to avoid adding ice or water to recipes, if there is an alternative, because I don’t want to water down the flavour. I wouldn’t really say it’s that high in fibre though, it’s only about 10g from just under half of my daily calories and I like to get at least 40g of fibre per day.