PB&J Smoothie

One thing I like to get at Jamba Juice, on the rare occasion that I go, is the Chunky Strawberry Topper.  I was craving it over the weekend and I decided to make one up for breakfast.  I call it a PB&J smoothie, because mine isn’t so chunky.

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PB&J Smoothie
  • ½ cup water
  • ½ cup greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon peanut butter
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1-2 tablespoons coconut sugar (optional)
  1. Add all the ingredients to your blender in the order listed. I added coconut sugar to mine since my strawberries are pretty tart. Blend it all up, pour into a glass, and enjoy.


Lactose free?  Substitute the water and greek yogurt for 3/4 cup of your favorite lactose free milk.


I topped mine with hemp hearts.  Get some Omega 3s in for breakfast.


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Did you know that 3 tablespoons of hemp hearts, also known as hemp seeds, contains more Omega 3s than any fish?  They taste similar to sunflower seeds and add a nutty flavor to your recipes.  You can add these little babies to smoothies, yogurt, salads, cookies, oatmeal, etc.  You name it, you can add them.  I bought mine at Harmon’s grocery store.

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    • Amber Simmons says

      I bought mine at Trader Joes $5 for a 1 lb bag, but I have also see it at Harmon’s for only $0.50 more.

    • Amber Simmons says

      I bought mine at Trader Joe’s for $5 for a 1 lb bag. I have also seen it at Harmon’s for $0.50 more. It’s really good and has a caramel flavor.

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