My strawberry banana peanut butter smoothie is super kid-friendly, and is packed with fruits and a hidden veggie in it – cucumber! We’re building a healthy anytime smoothie here that comes with the prettiest pink hue. You’ll love the flavor and the packed nutrition in it. Enjoy!
Strawberry banana peanut butter smoothie
I love green smoothies because it’s easy to load up a ton of veggie, but what if a kiddo is a bit nervous about the green color? That’s where this strawberry banana peanut butter smoothie comes in!
It’s pretty and pink, and is also loaded with hydrating and fiber rich cucumber! If you have never put cucumber in your smoothie today is the day. It adds creaminess, bulks it up, and you can not taste it one bit.
To balance this smoothie out we are including peanut butter (yum) + collagen peptides. Feel free to add protein powder (I’m sharing my favorites below) and/or chia seeds into this smoothie to up the protein and fat even more.
Want your smoothie thicker and creamier? Use frozen diced banana instead of fresh! The more frozen fruits versus fresh fruits you use will thicken the smoothie.
You can also add chia seeds and let it sit a few minutes after blending for a thicker smoothie too!
What you’ll need for your strawberry banana peanut butter smoothie
- coconut milk from a carton
- natural peanut butter
- collagen peptides
- vanilla extract
How to make it
To a high-speed blender, add all the ingredients and blend on high for 30 seconds until smooth. Pour into cups and enjoy!
Watch the full how to video recipe here!
Favorite protein powders to add to a smoothie
If you’re looking to give this smoothie a bigger protein boost, here are a few of my favorite options I love to add to smoothies.
More smoothie recipes you’ll love
- Peanut butter banana spinach smoothie
- Chocolate cherry spinach smoothie
- Blackberry almond smoothie
- Veggie loaded green smoothie
Strawberry Banana Peanut Butter Smoothie
- To a high-speed blender, add all the ingredients and blend on high for 30 seconds until smooth. Pour into cups and enjoy!
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