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Tangy Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

Rated as 4.57 out of 5 Stars

"Greek yogurt definitely gives this breakfast a bit of bite – much different from your standard breakfast smoothie. High in protein, this will get you through your morning with energy to spare!"
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5 m servings 623
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 smoothie)


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  1. Add chocolate drink powder, yogurt, milk, ice, and peanut butter to a blender. Blend until smooth.


  • Cook's Note:
  • Vanilla or regular yogurt can be substituted but that will substantially raise the carb count and lower the protein count.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 623 calories; 37 47.4 29.3 51 424 Full nutrition

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Notice the first word of the title of this recipe is Tangy. Don’t expect an overly sweet smoothy. This is perfect for those people like me who are cutting way down on “sweet” and want a little m...

I absolutely loved this! I did make the mistake of buying sweetened plain greek yogurt, so, I am sure it was sweeter than the recipe was supposed to be, but, it was still delicious! I loved the...

Made this for breakfast this morning. It was really good. Not overly sweet. I did misread the recipe though. I just glanced at the ingredients and thought it was 1/2 cup of the yogurt. Oops. But...

I added a little bit of coffee and it was yummy.

To me, the predominate flavors are the yogurt and peanut butter. When reading this recipe, I thought it called for too much yogurt. I started with just 1/2 cup, and it was the perfect amount. An...

Both my husband and I really enjoyed this! Perfect combo of peanut butter and chocolate, and the fact that it takes like, 2 minutes to make, made it a definite winner in our house! I did use a f...

I made this for my son, i'm trying to get him to gain weight and I thought this would be perfect. While the flavor was good we had consistency issues. It just wasn't thick like a "normal" smoot...