Who doesn’t like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups?  Who, I ask?  Chocolaty, peanut buttery yumminess. What’s not to love?  If you like ‘em (and I know you do), then you are definitely going to love this healthier, dairy free smoothie version:

All you need is love… I mean, a good blender and these ingredients:

12 oz. almond milk.  (Blue Diamond original flavor…  it’s slightly sweetened, but not too sweet.  Vanilla is too sweet for this recipe.)

1 heaping TB of peanut butter  (Skippy Natural or any other brand of crunchy peanut butter)

1 TB Enjoy Life semi sweet chocolate mini chips (dairy free, gluten free, soy free and nut fee)

1TB AH!laska chocolate syrup (also dairy free, gluten free, nut free and fat free)

3/4 of a banana (Because you have to eat the other 1/4 while you’re blending, duh.)  Or you could use a handful of dandy frozen banana slices.

4-5 ice cubes

Now blend baby blend!

Ice cold frosty goodness.  Trust me, you’ll thank me later.  Oh, this recipe makes enough to share.

Posted by Vicki at 5:00 am | Permalink | Comments (5)
Filed under: diet, food sensitivities, recipes

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  • Jennifer


    We were on a smoothie kick this summer, but just got into a slump. This will be the perfect smoothie to get us back into the swing of it. I think I’ll make it for our after-school snack. Thanks!

  • Nichole


    My kids would love this! Thanks!!

    • Vicki


      I hope your kiddos love it as much as Jackson does.

  • Elaine


    Thanks for sharing the recipe — Larry will be bugging me to make this :)

    • Vicki


      Elaine, you should make it this weekend! Think of us when you do. :)

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