“Soy Nut Butter Banana Protein Smoothie”

Are you trying to eat a little lighter and healthier in the morning? I love eggs but they don’t love me if eaten to often due to allergies so trying to mix up my breakfast routine can be a challenge. My husband and sister love eggs every way possible. Lucky them…so I make smoothies quite often these days to mix things up. Try my Soy Nut Butter Banana Protein Smoothie for a healthy and satisfying breakfast treat.

This smoothie is tasty with the use of soy nut butter. I have an allergy to peanuts so through research and trial and error I have found I’m okay with soy nut butter. It also can be purchased with honey added. Soy Nut Honey Nut Butter is fabulous spread on warm whole grain toast. So I use plain Soy Nutter Butter in my smoothies. The taste is so similar to peanut butter I can hardly tell the different and I don’t think you will either. Perfect alternative for anyone with a nut/food allergies.

Soy Nut Butter Banana Protein Smoothie

With a little protein powder added you’re ready to kick-start your morning. Any fruit you desire along with the banana can be added to this smoothie and I just happen to have raspberries in my freezer. Strawberries are delightful added in. Check out Soy Nut Butter (I.M.Healthy brand is what I buy) on your next stop to the market and whiz up a Soy Nut Butter Banana Protein Smoothie.

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Soy Nut Butter Banana Protein Smoothie

1 – 6 oz. Plain Non-fat Greek Yogurt

1 medium banana, frozen

1/2 cup fresh raspberries, frozen

2 T. soy nut butter

1 oz. (22-27 grams) whey protein, plain or vanilla

1/3 cup low-fat milk

In a blender, mix in order yogurt, banana, raspberries, nut butter, whey protein, and milk. Blend until smooth for about 1 minute. Add more milk if smoothie is too thick for your liking.

Pour smoothie into shaker bottle or tall glass with a smoothie straw.

 

Makes 2 servings. Carbs, 35 g.

 

Note: Use 1 T. honey, maple syrup or agave for added sweetness if desired.

 
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