Mix up a blueberry peanut butter smoothie for an easy, on-the-go healthy breakfast recipe! This blueberry protein shake boasts 22 grams of natural protein from peanut butter, milk, and Greek yogurt. Enjoy sipping this delicious wild blueberry protein smoothie!
Wake up with this antioxidant-rich blueberry peanut butter smoothie made with wild blueberries. It's sure to satisfy your tastebuds and fill your belly!
Disclosure: I work with the Wild Blueberry Association of North America to help people make healthier food choices.
If you can't tell from my previous posts, I love smoothies (my vanilla smoothie and my smoothie with banana are some of my fave recipes!). I didn't drink them frequently during this winter—but now that it's almost spring (wishful thinking, right?!), I'm in the mood to get blending again.
When I whip up breakfast smoothies, I always look to make them
balanced meals and full of satiating protein and fiber (ahem, the blueberry Greek yogurt combo!). That's why I used plain Greek yogurt and milk as a base for this wild
blueberry peanut butter smoothie—those ingredients are full of protein and fiber! Should you be eating peanut
butter? Heck, yes! I added peanut butter to this wild blueberry protein shake for both yumminess and healthy fat, which is filling and good for us.
And of course I needed to add a boost of both color and antioxidants to my blueberry protein smoothie, so I chose wild blueberries as the featured fruit. The frozen version is available year round and works fantastically! The blueberries make this smoothie a beautiful blue-purple color. They're rich in antioxidants, offering more than 20 other fruits and vegetables, including both raspberries and cranberries. Then I added some banana to this protein fruit smoothie help thicken it and add additional nutrients like blood-pressure-helping potassium.
So there's my most wild blueberry peanut butter smoothie creation! Each serving provides 22 grams of protein, which is an amazing 44 percent of the daily value, as well as 6 grams of fiber, or 24 percent of the daily need. That should keep you full throughout the morning. I hope you love this blueberry and peanut butter smoothie. It's a delicious creation! Love wild blueberries? You'll also enjoy my berry pancakes with a reduction sauce, my brie appetizer with blueberries, and my miniature cakes.
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*I used 2% fat milk and yogurt.
Blend ingredients together, and enjoy! Serves 1.
Nutritional information per serving: Cal: 410 Fat: 14 g Sat fat: 5 g Pro: 22 g Carbs: 48 g Sugar: 33 g Fiber: 6g Chol: 20 mg Sod: 170 mg
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