A peanut butter and jelly smoothie is perhaps the sneakiest way ever to get kids–of all ages–to slurp something relatively nutritious for breakfast.
This peanut butter and jelly smoothie recipe is just what you need when you’re feeling nostalgic for a PB&J or needing a quick and easy snack that will please children and adults alike. It’s guaranteed to keep you full for hours and your little ones thrilled since it’ll seem like they’re getting dessert for breakfast. (Don’t worry, we won’t tell them it’s nutritious.)–Monica L. Helton
HOW TO MAKE THIS PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY SMOOTHIE RECIPE YOUR OWN
We use the term “recipe” very loosely here. Think of the ingredients below more as a template for a smoothie and then play around with them based on your personal preferences and what you happen to have on hand in your pantry, swapping in other berries in place of blueberries, dairy-free yogurt for the Greek yogurt, any nut or seed butter, and maple syrup or agave syrup in place of honey. Simply follow your fancy and don’t forget to let us know in a comment below.
PB&J Smoothie Recipe
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- Serves 1 to 2
- 1 cup (140 g) frozen blueberries
- 1 medium banana (about 140 g), peeled and broken into 3 to 4 chunks
- 1/2 cup (about 127 g) plain Greek yogurt
- 2 tablespoons (34 g) peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon (21 g) honey (optional)
- 1. In a blender, combine the blueberries, banana, yogurt, peanut butter, and, if desired, honey, until smooth, 30 to 60 seconds, depending on the power of your blender. If the smoothie seems thick for your taste, add a little cold water 1 tablespoon at a time while the blender’s still running until the smoothie reaches your desired consistency. Sip or slurp your smoothie immediately.
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