Peanut butter banana smoothie is my favorite when it comes to flavor combinations. This thick and creamy peanut butter banana smoothie tastes like a milkshake. Peanut butter banana smoothie is very easy and fast to prepare. In 5 minutes or less, you have a balanced and filling breakfast.
There are some days –especially Mondays when I need to make breakfast that doesn’t take all mornings to prepare. Breakfast that I can prepare with little ingredients, and not feel hunger until lunch. Creamy and delicious peanut butter banana smoothie always solves that problem for me. I love that they are revitalizing, cold, and an indirect way of eating more fruit, more veggies and more protein.
Peanut butter and banana combined is absolutely heaven in a glass. It’s all healthy stuff. The two main ingredients: Peanut butter and banana are loaded with health benefits.
Health Benefits of Bananas
Seriously, If You Think Bananas Are For Monkeys, then Think Again. Do you know that bananas are loaded with fiber, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and more? They can aid to fight depression, make you brighter, cure hangovers, lessen morning sickness, shield against kidney cancer, osteoporosis, diabetes, and blindness.
In addition to helping keep your blood pressure in check, they are also good for your heart, and aid with your digestion. Banana can even cure the itch of a mosquito bite. Good reasons to add them to your diet.
Health Benefits of Peanut Butter
Peanut butter is not only for school lunches. This multipurpose spread is surprisingly good for your health. The high protein and healthy oils help with weight loss, gallstones and diabetes. It boosts energy and is good for our heart because it helps with better blood circulation.
Does Peanut Butter Help In Weight Loss Or Weight Gain?
I would say you can include it to your diet if you actually enjoy it. It tastes good and has a good amount of protein and fat.
However, you will only burn fat if you burn more calories than you consume. Please note that peanut butter is one of the most calorie filled foods you can eat. One tbsp has about 100 calories.
Therefore, if you can add it to your diet and still manage to burn more calories than you consume, then go for it. It’s always better to make your peanut butter at home devoid of preservatives and sugar.
Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie Recipe
This simple four-ingredient recipe, five if you add the ice is highly nutritious. It can be ready in 5 minutes or less and perfect for breakfast or a post-workout power snack. I hope you will love this delicious peanut butter banana smoothie like I do! It is: Creamy, Smooth, and Buttery.
- ¼ cup peanut butter
- 1 large banana (frozen is possible)
- ¼ cup milk
- ½ cup low fat-vanilla yogurt
- A cup of ice (add more ice to make the smoothie a little thicker)
- First of all, toss all your ingredients into a blender.
- Then, blend until smooth.
- Now, pour into 2 glasses and serve
- Finally, relax and sip away!