My Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie is no Sandwich
I created this Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie for the kid in me. When I was young, I always thought PB&J sandwiches were overrated.
I preferred a sandwich with turkey or salami. Anything that wasn’t just sticky mush you needed a gallon of milk to wash down.
Then I grew up and realized peanut butter and jelly is, in fact, an incredible combo. They’re just better in other mediums.
PB&J in smoothie form? Fabulous.
Cold and refreshing, this Peanut Butter and Jelly smoothie is that sweet and salty we all crave.
I am shaking my head at the original lede from this post (written in March 2012). It’s horrendous.
Sandwiches? Salami? Ugh.
(These days, I make videos explaining why it’s not worth it to eat meat now.)
And here’s the original featured image. Less absurd, but still not great.
And the second attempt at a featured image sometime around 2014.
It remains an awesome recipe for anyone looking to change up their protein shake.
The PB&J smoothie.
Go make one today! (and tag #lifeisnoyoke !)
My Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie is like school lunch all grown up.Almond Milk, Blueberries, Peanut Butter, Strawberries,
- almond milk (vanilla) - 1 cup (240 ml or 227 grams)
- frozen blueberries - 1/2 cup (65 grams)
- frozen strawberries - 1/2 cup
- peanut butter - 1 Tbsp. (20 grams or 18 ml)
- protein powder - 1 scoop (30 grams)
- (optional) flaxseed - 2 TBSP
- Add ingredients, liquid first.
- Be happy.
NOTE: This is just a fancy version of the new NOYOKE shake.
Useful tips for Peanut Butter and Jelly Shake
This is just a fancy way of making a new noyoke shake. But a couple of things:
- Use good peanut butter (or just peanuts). None of that Jiffy stuff.
- You can use any type of berries. Remember, though, less is more. (One type of berries is okay. Two types of berries is okay. Three types and you’ve gone overboard.)