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Peanut Butter Banana Smoothies – Quick Recipe

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Peanut Butter Banana Smoothies – Quick Recipe “Because Mom Makes them Better” was my youngest son’s quote this morning immediately after my middle son said that it was better than Braums.   I don’t know if I could exactly compete with Braums, but the price sure is better. (BIG GRIN) You may be surprised that I served this for breakfast.  For a quick breakfast, I used to feed them some bananas with peanut butter smoothed over the top with a small glass of milk. Suddenly, I thought, why not make breakfast super special by serving it all mixed in a smoothie! (Great idea, mom!) Here’s the pic, to entice you a bit… Note: I found these three glasses at the thrift store for 49 cents each.  I swiped them up to make our smoothies a little more special.   We were praising God for a special find…because the fact is there were just three of them….which made me think immediately of my 3 sons. Here’s the original recipe: Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup P.B.
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 2 tsp. maple syrup
  • 4 ice cubes
Use blender to mix till smooth & creamy. To make enough for my boys: I toss in 3 bananas, 3 tsp.maple syrup, 2 or 3 cups milk, 3 large hunks of P.B. with my spatula, and 8 -10 ice cubes. Tip: About 15 – 30 minutes before making our smoothies, I toss the bananas in the freezer to get them really cold.  You can also use frozen bananas that are getting a little soft and store them up just for banana smoothies.  Just slice into frozen chunks and toss into the blender. Yes, the peanut butter can be a little fattening, but oh, it adds such a nice thick, rich texture like a Braums treat. Big $avings!]]>


  • Jolene

    Ooooh, yummy! This sounds so good! Since it has gotten so hot here, I have been making banana “liquidos” as they are called in Mexico and they are so refreshingly satisfying. Here’s how I make them, (but yours sound so much better!)

    2 bananas
    3 Tbs. sugar
    1/2 tsp. vanilla
    Very cold Milk – fill blender to 1 qt. after other ingredients have been added.

    Blend and enjoy! These are very popular in Mexico, and I noticed the people give them to their children a lot for breakfast. I also noticed them on a lot of menus in Mexico.

    • Rhonda

      Sounds super quick and easy. I’ve heard of some using yogurt instead of milk. Do Mexicans use much ice? I’ve heard that in some countries ice is certainly not a luxury or available.

      In saying that…I really love the ice blended with my smoothies because it makes them so icy cold. (:

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