Check out these tasty, creamy, and oh-so-scrumptious peanut butter smoothie recipes if you’re in the mood to indulge but still want to keep things light.
They’re ideal for breakfast and brunch or as an afternoon snack and even dessert.
Who doesn’t love peanut butter? It’s nutty, creamy, and kind of good for you to boot.
And these peanut butter smoothies are one of my favorite ways to enjoy the classic spread.
After all, you can blend it with everything from bananas to chocolate to create something hearty and filling.
Plus, these peanut butter smoothie recipes are a great way to get in some extra nutrients!
Easy Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie and More!
This five-ingredient, five-minute smoothie is lightly sweet, nutty, and beyond delicious.
It takes practically no time or effort to make and will keep you going for hours.
Usually, I make it just like the recipe instructs. But sometimes, I take a few liberties.
For example, occasionally, I add sea salt. Other times, I crush pretzels and toss them on top.
With or without the extras, this smoothie never disappoints. It’s thick and creamy, and the whole family will appreciate it.
Are you an oatmeal-for-breakfast kind of person? I am, but rarely do I have time to sit down and slowly eat oatmeal with a spoon.
This oatmeal smoothie is the solution to that problem.
It has a decent amount of protein and about a third of your daily required fiber amount. Of course, there’s plenty of healthy fat, as well.
It’s a thick, sweet, vanilla-flavored treat. And the peanut butter and cinnamon aren’t overpowering but lend a lovely backdrop to the flavor.
This smoothie is ideal if you need a breakfast that’ll keep you full all day.
Blueberries and peanut butter don’t often come together. But this smoothie proves they work just as well as chocolate and peanut butter.
The rich nuttiness of nut butter pairs perfectly with the bright tang from the fruit.
And its great taste isn’t the only thing it has going for it.
The recipe is also gluten- and *dairy-free, making it ideal for people with sensitive stomachs or allergies.
*Note: You’ll have to use dairy-free yogurt and a milk alternative to make it dairy-free.
You can also make it vegan-friendly with maple syrup instead of honey.
Are you looking for something with a lighter, brighter taste? Give this apple peanut butter smoothie a try.
It, too, features creamy peanut butter. However, beneath the apple and banana, you’ll barely taste it.
This smoothie is exceptionally fruity, with just a touch of nuttiness. Still, it’s nutritious, full of vitamins and minerals, and tasty to boot.
Every sip is just as good, if not better, than the last. Adding a dash of cinnamon rounds out the fullness of the flavor.
It’s the perfect summertime smoothie, though you can enjoy it whenever you like.
When it comes to delicious smoothies, Smoothie King is hard to beat.
After all, it is the king of smoothies. And as they say, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.
Or, in this case, copy them with a phenomenal copycat recipe!
This protein-packed smoothie takes just five minutes to make, and it’s full of chocolate and peanut butter goodness.
You’ll sweeten it naturally with a banana and dates. The former also ensures it’s ridiculously thick and creamy.
It tastes like a liquified Reese’s Cup and is more like a milkshake than a smoothie – though it’s not as icy.
If chocolate and peanut butter are your jam, you’ll love it.
Here’s another excellent chocolate and peanut butter smoothie recipe that’s rich, delectable, and super chocolatey.
This one calls for an optional dash of cinnamon.
Add it. Trust me; you won’t regret it. The hint of spice complements the rich sweetness of the drink flawlessly.
It’s the ideal smoothie for any chocolate lover who needs a midday pick-me-up.
Don’t worry; there’s no actual jelly in this PB&J protein smoothie. There is peanut butter, though, and plenty of it.
The ‘jelly’ comes from a cup of frozen mixed berries. They lend themselves perfectly to the recipe, adding a tart berry tanginess to every sip.
The oats and vanilla protein powder provide a much-needed energy boost, too.
That ensures this smoothie will keep you full for hours, no matter when you drink it.
In fact, each smoothie contains 41 grams of protein, so I’d be shocked if it didn’t fill you up.
This indulgent smoothie is a Reese’s Cup in a glass! It takes a mere five minutes to make and is super straightforward to whip up.
But unlike the chocolate/peanut butter shakes above, this one doesn’t use protein powder. Instead, it sticks to five simple ingredients and a handful of ice.
It may not be as healthy as a bowl full of kale. However, it’s better than genuine Reese’s.
And we all need to treat ourselves now and then! So check it out if you have a natural sweet tooth.
Strawberries and bananas make up one of my favorite flavor combinations. But, surprisingly, peanut butter doesn’t taste bad with them, either.
This dairy-free, vegan-friendly smoothie proves that quite well. It’s sweet, creamy, nutty, and bubbling over with berries.
You can make it with as few as four ingredients. However, some people choose to add extra sweeteners and other things.
It’s up to you whether you want to stick to the original.
My advice? Experiment to see which additives you like best and which you can do without.
After all, the worst that can happen is that you get a slightly less scrumptious smoothie.
This luscious pink smoothie looks like a tall glass of pureed berries. Even so, it also has a healthy scoop of peanut butter.
And that’s not all.
It also includes Greek yogurt and a banana for sweetness. Mix everything and top the result with a couple of strawberries.
It’s pretty, fun, and sure to turn heads at the gym. Fortunately, it tastes fantastic, too.
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