Whoever invented smoothies should get a medal. Really. Thanks dude/dudette.
Smoothies are how you get to drink what tastes like the most delicious milkshake ever, and have it be perfectly acceptable, nay good, to have it for breakfast (and I just used the word ‘nay’ – I should get a medal!)
And this blueberry banana smoothie with peanut butter added is the most insanely delicious healthy breakfast you’ve had.
And is it just me or is peanut butter an amazing addition to almost everything?
I’m trying to think of things it wouldn’t be good in, and so far I have: coffee and tea. I don’t think I would like peanut butter in my coffee, or tea.
But seriously, in almost all desserts, a peanut butter option is going to be good. In all ice creams, smoothies, milkshakes, pancakes, cakes, it’s pretty much fab right? And then in savory things too. Do you know that a teaspoon of peanut butter added to your cooked spinach is the bomb!? Well now you do! Next time you have spinach as a side, you know what to do!
So yes, this blueberry banana smoothie adds peanut butter and takes it up a few levels!
You will love this blueberry banana smoothie, it is:
- Ultra smooth
- Packed with blueberries
- Like a double-thick milkshake
- Ready in 10-minutes
- Ideal for breakfast!
Drink up right away as this is all fresh ingredients that will oxidize if you leave it lying around. Fresh is best for this one. Drink it straight away, ice-cold and delicious!
So let us know what you think of this blueberry banana smoothie with peanut butter! Rate the recipe and leave us a comment! And if you make this recipe and take any pics, tag us #lovingitvegan on instagram! We’d love to see!
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And then there’s the blueberry smoothie we made with homemade cashew nut milk that’s pretty much the bomb too, for those who want some more options for dem blueberries!
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- 1 cup (165g) Fresh Blueberries
- 10.5oz (300g) Frozen Banana*
- 2 Dates (pitted)
- ½ cup Soy Milk (or other non-dairy milk)
- 4 Tbsp (64g) Peanut Butter
- Add the soy milk (or other non-dairy milk), frozen banana, blueberries, dates and peanut butter to the blender jug.
- Blend until completely smooth.
- Pour out into two glasses, top with some fresh blueberries and serve.