Grown up PB&J Smoothie

AuthorSari D.

Yields1 Serving

PB&J was one of my childhood faves! My mom was hip enough in the 90s to have multigrain bread and my go to was smuckers raspberry and skippy (low cal). These days, I am more of a natural peanut butter and organic raspberry kinda gal. This smoothie recipe brings me back ๐Ÿ™‚ we got it all here - protein, healthy fat and dietary fiber to stay satiated. If you want to get extra fancy, top with some bee pollen and cacao nibs to get in your superfood kick.
 1.50 cups unsweetened almond milk
 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (Lyfe Fuel Vanilla Chai)
 1 scoop of natural peanut butter (I am loving Thrive Market brand)
 ½ cup frozen organic raspberries
 1 tbsp chia seeds (get in that fiber!)
 Bee Pollen and Cacao Nibs for toppings (optional of course)
 1 cup ICE - this makes the smoothie super cold and thick. It is the best thing to add if you are limiting fruit in smoothies.

Ingredients

PB&J was one of my childhood faves! My mom was hip enough in the 90s to have multigrain bread and my go to was smuckers raspberry and skippy (low cal). These days, I am more of a natural peanut butter and organic raspberry kinda gal. This smoothie recipe brings me back ๐Ÿ™‚ we got it all here - protein, healthy fat and dietary fiber to stay satiated. If you want to get extra fancy, top with some bee pollen and cacao nibs to get in your superfood kick.
 1.50 cups unsweetened almond milk
 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (Lyfe Fuel Vanilla Chai)
 1 scoop of natural peanut butter (I am loving Thrive Market brand)
 ½ cup frozen organic raspberries
 1 tbsp chia seeds (get in that fiber!)
 Bee Pollen and Cacao Nibs for toppings (optional of course)
 1 cup ICE - this makes the smoothie super cold and thick. It is the best thing to add if you are limiting fruit in smoothies.

Directions

Grown up PB&J Smoothie

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