I highly recommend keeping frozen bananas in your freezer for quick morning smoothies. This took exactly 3 minutes to make. I have no excuse not to make this for quick and easy breakfasts in the future.
- 1 Small Frozen Banana (90 calories, 1g protein, 12g sugar)
- 2 Cups Unsweetened Almond Milk (60 calories, 2g protein, 0g sugar)
- 3 TBS SF PBFit Peanut Butter Powder (90 calories, 12g protein, 1.5g sugar)
- Drizzle of Blackstrap Mollasses (30 calories, 1g protein, 5g sugar)
Totals: 270 Calories, 20g Protein, 18.5g Sugar
Without Mollasses Totals: 240 Calories, 19g Protein, 13.5g sugar)
I may have accidentally drank almost all of this smoothie before remembering to take a photo! Sorry not sorry, it was so delicious!
I am iron deficient so I jump at any chance to eat blackstrap mollasses, and the little bit of sweetness this added to the smoothie was needed. You don’t have to add this, it is 5g of unnecessary sugar. I can’t wait to see what other good things I can make with PBFit powder.
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Yum! I make one similar to this with just the fresh-ground peanut butter. But I’ve never tried molasses, I’ll have to test that out!