Peanut Butter & Berry Breakfast Smoothie

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Happy Tuesday! I’m back with another healthy breakfast or snack idea {see my oatmeal bites from a few weeks ago HERE} and stay tuned, I have another make ahead breakfast idea coming up that you won’t want to miss!

You may remember several weeks ago, we took Ella to Rehoboth Beach for her birthday {you can read that post HERE} and I found the most delicious “Healthy Elvis” smoothie. You also may recall my description of the smoothie: a peanut butter milkshake that’s actually healthy! Well, for the past few weeks, I’ve been craving that smoothie, so I decided to {attempt!} to recreate it. And although this smoothie was delicious and super healthy, it didn’t quite taste like the “Healthy Elvis.” I will keep tweaking the recipe to get something closer to the “healthy peanut butter milkshake” but in the meantime, I wanted to share this “mistake smoothie” that turned out not only to be yummy, but filling — making it the perfect breakfast in the car or afternoon snack. 

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Peanut Butter & Berry Breakfast Smoothie

{what you will need}
1 small container non-fat plain Greek yogurt {about 5-6 ounces}
1 cup frozen berries {I used mixed berries}
1/2 fresh banana
2 tablespoons powdered peanut butter {I used PB fit}
1/2 cup milk {I used almond milk}
Handful of spinach
Handful of ice cubes

{directions}
In a blender, place the ingredients in the following order {starting at the bottom}: milk, powdered peanut butter, frozen berries, Greek yogurt, banana, ice cubes and spinach. Blend until completely mixed and serve immediately. 



Print Recipe HERE

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There is definitely a strong peanut butter taste, but not enough to give the smoothie that taste of a creamy peanut butter milkshake. I’m going to keep working with the ratios and I will report back if I can find a way to recreate that delicious smoothie from Rehoboth Beach. In the meantime, this smoothie will definitely satisfy and keep you full all morning — I’m always looking for breakfasts like that! 

Thanks for dropping by and see you tomorrow for an all new Wednesday Wishes!

25 thoughts on “Peanut Butter & Berry Breakfast Smoothie

  1. I love me a good smoothie and peanut butter is one of my faves! I have yet to try powdered peanut butter…something I really should buy now. This looks so good and I'd love to hear back once you get it to taste like you want it too!
    xo, Lily
    Beauty With Lily

  2. I love my breakfast smoothie with bananas, almonds, dates and vanilla – sooooo yummy! You have to give it a try 😉
    I would be very happy to stay in touch! Let me know if you wanna follow each other on bloglovin, or just follow me and I will follow back : )
    Xx
    Larissa
    conscious lifestyle of mine

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