PB&J Green Smoothie

Yesterday, we had a crazy blizzard here in Buffalo, which means I had ample time to bake the day away, do laundry, cuddle kitties, and do some packing.  It actually thundered while it snowed.  How awesome is that?!  Needless to say, I can’t wait to get to the 70-80 degree weather in Vegas this weekend!

And now, to this delicious smoothie!  I’ve been trying to eat extra healthy this week because I know I’m not going to be that good next week; it is a vacation, after all!  This smoothie fit that bill perfectly – simple, healthy ingredients.  Super refreshing.  I drank it as my post-workout all week.  :)

Strawberries, peanut butter, yogurt, and spinach combine to make a smoothie reminiscent of a classic PB&J – childhood at its finest.  But healthier!  ;)

 

What are your favorite foods or treats from your childhood?

 

PB&J Green Smoothie

serves 1

PB&J Green Smoothie

  • 2 cups fresh spinach
  • 1/2 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp natural peanut butter
  • 1 cup strawberries (fresh or frozen)
  • liquid stevia, to taste (I use about 7 drops)
  • water or milk to thin, if necessary

In a high powdered blender, combine all of the ingredients, and blend until smooth. Sweeten with liquid stevia, to taste, and add milk or water to reach your desired consistency. Enjoy!

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  • Ashley

    Very good. I ended up using soy milk in the place of the yogurt. I had to put a little more to make it thinner. But it actuallly tastes like pb&j. I didn’t even put sugar and it came out great!

    • http://www.cookingalamel.com Melinda

      So glad you enjoyed it!! :)