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PF NuttZo-Banana Smoothie Recipe

Posted Sep 11 2011 10:46pm

FTC Disclaimer: I’ve been buying the plastic bowl/cup covers I talk about in this post with my own money for quite some time now. I’ve never been sent any to review. I’m just sharing tips with you. The PB Free NuttZo WAS sent to me for review. The links to Amazon are affiliate links, should you want to shop and help keep Raw Juice Girl’s blog alive and well. 

Hi, everyone! How are y’all? Have you been getting your daily smoothies in? Or raw juices? How about healthy Omega 3? Protein? Nut butter? Green tea?

Have I got the smoothie for you!

I love smoothies, as you know, and I love changing things up and trying new concoctions. I love the various nutrients, vitamins, and goodies I get when I drink a smoothie. And I love how they’re thick, creamy, delicious, and filling – can’t beat a smoothie for a quick, nutritious snack or meal!

Well, maybe Greek yogurt , but… Today I’m talking smoothies.

Right? Right!

Here’s a photo of the finished PB Free NuttZo-Banana Smoothie. It was decadent, let me tell ya! Yum!

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I’ve been using bowl/cup covers for a while now. As pictured above, these covers resemble a shower cap and have elastic so they fit tightly over your bowl, cup, or glass. Each package comes with one that is big enough to cover a plate! I love that one. Open-mouthed smile

But there’s also a few that are for small bowls, cups, or glasses.

I use them ALL the time. They’re washable and reusable and one of the ways I count myself an eco-friendly kind of gal.

Do you use them? Have you ever heard of them?

I ended up drinking my entire smoothie at once but should you want to make a double batch or just end up with way more than you want to drink at once, these bowl/cup covers are magic! Cover your cup or glass with one that’s size-appropriate and seal the goodness in until the next day.

Saving a smoothie in the fridge “for hard times” is a great way to make sure you have something filling and nutritious that you can grab when you’re on your way out the door or it’s just one of those chaotic days that absorb all your time and energy.

And… now for the recipe!

 

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  • 1 cold banana, peeled and broken into chunks
  • 4 ice cubes
  • 3/4 cup tea (I used black/green mixture.)
  • 2 TBSP PF NuttZo ( details HERE )

 

 

Add ingredients to blender.

In this order, if you have the buttons on your blender:

  1. crush ice
  2. blend
  3. liquify

It makes for a YUM-O smoothie, in my opinion. Winking smile

Watch out for upcoming, in-depth reviews of NuttZo AND PF NuttZo – I’m LOVING ‘em!

Have you had your smoothie today? What about NuttZo? Have you ever tried it? It’s addictive, I tell you – there’s NOTHING like it! Talk to me, people!

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