Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie

Serves: 1

Nutrition Information Per Serving:

calories total fat sat fat protein fiber sodium (mg) carbs ww pts
210 7 2 13 1 217 27 5

recipe ingredients
8 oz skim milk
1/3 small banana
1 tbsp reduced fat peanut butter
2 sweet n’ low or other sugar substitute
5 ice cubes

recipe directions
In blender combine milk, banana, peanut butter and sweet n’ low. Add ice cubes and pulse.


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  • Annie

    OK, so I cheated. I added a half of a banana, left out the ice cubes and sweetener and replaced that with a couple of tablespoons of Hershey’s syrup. The syrup has no fat and no more calories than sugar, and adds to the taste.

  • erin

    I would also suggest using honey instead of sugar, it works really well!

  • Pat

    This is YUMMY! I added just a dab of Olvatine to give it just a bit of chocolate flavor. Really good.

  • Angie

    This was WONDERFUL! I used low-fat vanilla soy milk and loved it!

  • Elyssa

    I have this smoothie for breakfast almost every morning, but I find that if you use a ripe banana, you don’t need sugar at all (there’s already so much in the PB!). And I never get hungry before noon.

  • Jill

    The taste was pretty good – it was just a little runnier than other smoothies I have had. Maybe add some yogurt or something?

  • Jess

    I add a 1/4 cup of quaker oats for some added fiber and texture. Definitely no sugar if you have a nice ripe banana!

  • Kristi

    veery good! had an extra ripe banana, added some light chocolate syrup which gave it a great taste! πŸ™‚

  • Sam

    Leave out the real Peanut Butter…try Watkins Peanut Butter flavor instead….you can add more banana which adds more texture and not add any calories if you use the flavoring. Watkins has the boldest PB flavor.

  • jasmine

    this is a great recipe…i used a scoop of chocolate protein powder and soy milk it was absolutely great!

  • Jemy

    A medium size ripe mango and 2 ripe bananas,add abt 20 ml water. Absolutely yummy!