Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie
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Enjoy a healthy twist on a childhood classic with this creamy, protein-packed peanut butter and jelly smoothie! It's made without banana and packed with raspberries, strawberries, collagen peptides, and all natural peanut butter. Perfect for your post workout breakfast or snack!
Recipe type: Breakfast, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Grain Free
Serves: 1 smoothie
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries*
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1 serving collagen peptides or your favorite protein powder brand (1-2 scoops depending on the brand)
  • 1 tablespoon all natural peanut butter
  • ¾ cup unsweetened almond milk, plus more as necessary (or light coconut milk)
  1. In a large high-powered blender, add in all ingredients and blend on high for 1-2 minutes or until all ingredients are well combined. If necessary, add in more almond milk to thin the smoothie. Makes 1 smoothie. Drizzle the top with extra peanut butter if desired!
If you like strawberry jelly with your PB&J, use 3/4 cup frozen raspberries and 1 ¼ cup frozen strawberries

flaxseed meal: this is one of my favorite ingredients to add to smoothies for a little boost of fiber and minerals, and is especially great for nursing mamas as flaxseed can help increase milk supply. Usually a tablespoon is plenty!

chia seeds: feel free to add in a tablespoon of chia seeds to your smoothie for a boost of healthy fats and fiber.

hemp seeds: if you’ve been wondering what to do with those hemp seeds lurking in your cupboard, feel free to throw in a tablespoon into your smoothie for a boost of healthy fats, omegas and minerals.

oats: to add a little heartiness to your smoothie and to help thicken it, feel free to add in 1/3 cup oats. Do not use steel cut oats as they will not blend well.

frozen cauliflower: feel free to throw in a cup of frozen cauliflower to thicken your smoothie and get extra veggies in, especially if you opt for fresh raspberries & strawberries instead of frozen. You won’t even be able to taste it!

spinach: if you’re looking to get more greens in your smoothie, try adding a cup or two of raw or cooked spinach. You’ll never be able to taste it, but just know that it may change the color of your smoothie to brown with these berries.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 smoothie Calories: 251 Fat: 11.1g Saturated fat: 1.0g Carbohydrates: 27.5g Sugar: 13.0g Fiber: 13.8g Protein: 15.7g
Recipe by Ambitious Kitchen at