I’ve been nomintated for another award! Thanks again to Giovanna of Blue Jellybeans! She just returned from at trip to France and has some wonderful photos of her journey, and just recently posted her 7 links challenge, so you can get a wonderful recap of her blog. Make sure to check her out, please! This award is for “blogs you like who have less than 200 subscribers, and who you feel should have more.”All I have to do is nominate 5 bloggers to pass this on to. For a lot of blogs I read, I can’t see how many followers they have so I’m going to try my best! Check them out!
With a Glass
Five Euro Food
Misadventures in Cooking
And now for the recipe!
Chocolate and peanut butter is a classic combination, as is chocolate and banana. Merge those two combinations, and you have an even greater combo! This smoothie is a perfect after-school snack, breakfast smoothie, or even dessert! It’s relatively healthy as far as smoothies go, full of protein, fiber, and even some vitamins and minerals! And small doses of chocolate are healthy, too, which makes this smoothie a great option to satiate any sweet cravings.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
2 bananas, frozen
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1 cup milk
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon cocoa powder
1 tablespoon honey
Combine all ingredients in a blender; blend until smooth. Serve and enjoy!
Source: Adapted from Chef in disguise
Congrats on another well-deserved award!!! 🙂
Congrats on your award!! And lucky me to find you and this smoothie! I think this is more like a dessert smoothie but definitely full of healthy stuff!!
Misk Cooks said:
I just added bananas to my shopping list. So glad to see a recipe that doesn’t include sugar! And well done on your award, too. 😀
Congrats on the award, and that smoothie sounds delicious! xx
I don’t necessarily enjoy bananas, but this smoothie does sound good. 🙂
Congratulation on the award.
Congratulations! And this smoothie is right up my alley! Thanks for sharing.
Oh, thank you so much for passing it on to me again! I feel touched 🙂 Beautiful recipe too… my wife makes something similar but without the milk and freezes it for a really nice, easy ice-cream
Vianney Rodriguez (@sweetlifebake) said:
Congrats!! my girls would love this smoothie, they seem to be on a smoothie kick lately. yummy!!
I am not a fan of actually eating banana’s but try to have one a day when they are in season, so this will work well for me 🙂
Stefanie, thank you so much for the award! I am honoured you think I deserve it!
This smoothie looks luscious! I never make smoothies (apart from the fruit mixed with yogurt in the Summer, but I suppose it doesn’t count as a smoothie).
What a fantastic smoothie! I guess I should vary a bit from my staple strawberry yogurt one. And, congrats on the award! You definitely deserve it. I feel honored that you passed it onto me. I definitely think you should have TONS of subscribers! You have such a great blog!
Geni - Sweet and Crumby said:
My daughter and I would LOVE this for an afternoon snack. Looks awesome!
fati's recipes said:
Steph, steph, thanks for the award! But I’m at fatisrecipes.wordpress.com, not yummychunklet.wordpress.com !! 😀
When I next post, I’ll acknowledge the awards, thank you very much for them, they’re very much deserved for you, so CONGRATS! 🙂
…. I’m not even going to comment about that chocolatey heaven, it’s torture trying to be healthy!
whoops, I’ll fix that. Sorry! And this is a healthy smoothie!! 😀
Thank you, again, SO much Stefanie! And the smoothie, yum!
Your welcome! You deserve it!!
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