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Banana Smoothie with Peanut Butter

Delicious banana smoothie with peanut butter, oats and yogurt.

Banana Smoothie with Peanut Butter  - Title of the Recipe

How can a smoothie taste so good? So delicious, smooth, creamy, with so much flavour it almost tastes like a dessert. This smoothie is my go- to drink after some intense Pilates workout. It's also a perfect snack in between meals or a quick breakfast. I was honestly not sure how bananas and peanut butter would work together, but they fit so well I promise.

If you want to experiment with the taste you can use different types of milk, you can add some vanilla protein powder to it, add a little cocoa powder, some chia seeds (they are so healthy), and try different types of nut butter …

This recipe is for about two large glasses. If you need less than that, change the scale to one.

Prep Time

Prep Time:

5 Minutes

Total Time:

5 Minutes


  • Blender
Nutritional values
Nutrition Label of the Recipe. Value: 240 calories
Shopping List
  • Bananas: 2.0
  • Milk: 300.0 ml
  • Peanut butter
  • Vanilla yogurt
  • Cinnamon
  • Oats

Ingredients and Instructions


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Banana Smoothie with Peanut Butter

  • Bananas: 2

  • Milk: 300 ml

  • Peanut butter: 2 tsp

  • Vanilla yogurt: 3 tbsp

  • Cinnamon: 0.5 tsp

  • Oats: 1 tbsp


Banana Smoothie with Peanut Butter


Bananas: 2

Milk: 300 ml

Peanut butter: 2 tsp

Vanilla yogurt: 3 tbsp

Cinnamon: 0.5 tsp

Oats: 1 tbsp

  1. Measure all the ingredients into a blender. Blend on high power until you get a smooth, creamy texture. If there are any ingredients sticking to the sites of the picher scrape them down and bland some more. You can adjust the texture to your taste. Add more milk or yogurt if desired. Serve immediately.


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  • Frozen bananas
  • The next time that you have overripe bananas that seem destined for pitching, peel them instead. Break them into chunks and pop them into the freezer. You can also use fresh bananas, but there is just something special about frozen bananas that make it taste so much better and creamier, plus they eliminate the need for ice.
  • Milk
  • I love using almond milk. You can of course use other types of milk, but be aware that the taste of the smoothie will be different depending on the milk you’ll use.
  • Sweetener
  • I find this smoothie sweet enough on its own. But it really depends on your taste and on what kind of yogurt you’re using. If you desire you can add some honey, maple syrup, dates …
  • Yogurt
  • I switch between vanilla and Greek yogurt, but I prefer vanilla.
  • Peanut butter
  • Alternatively, you can use nut butters like almond or cashew if you have allergies.

Fun Facts:

  • I always wondered when smoothies became a thing, so I did some research. They supposedly became popular in the 1990’s when they were sold in coffee shops and grocery stores as pre-bottled drinks. Before that, Mediterranean and Eastern cultures have served pureed fruit drinks for hundreds of years. Instead of a blender, they were using some kind of sieves. Blender was invented in 1922 by a Polish-American named Stephen Poplawski. He wired a series of small, spinning blades to an electric motor. He attached these blades to a clear glass container, specifically modelled to conform to them, those the blender was born.
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