I thought my Vitamix broke. I saw flashes of a blender funeral. And, pricey expensive new casket boxes. I had a mini panic attack.
I mean – we are pretty close. We have breakfast together. Sometimes desserts. Sometimes alcoholic drinks. Maybe my bestie should be jealous.
But, you get the idea?
We are MADLY IN-LOVE.
So, after I realized that the electrical outlets in my kitchen were broken, and NOT my Vitamix, my Vitamix and I decided to go BIG.
We dreamed BIG.
THIS peanut butter jelly smoothie recipe is just the BEST thing that has hit my Vitamix this year.
It’s made with only THREE ingredients.
Yes – THIS vegan peanut butter and jelly smoothie is made with strawberry ice cream, almond milk, and peanut butter. That’s the end of the shopping list.
You need to try it now. And, the cool thing is – you can use a regular blender. Easy as pie.
If you make this peanut butter and jelly smoothie recipe, please report back.
Text back. Drool..
You get the idea.
1 ½ cups strawberry ice cream
½ cup almond milk
¼ cup peanut butter
Blend ice cream, milk and peanut butter in a blender or Vitamix on low speed (i.e. number one) gradually increasing to medium (i.e. number four) for two minutes. Serve immediately.
This peanut butter jelly smoothie recipe was only tested using this homemade strawberry ice cream.
This smoothie is thick but drinkable.
I tried using soy milk and found that I prefer the finished product using almond milk.
If you try this peanut butter ice cream smoothie, please snap a photo, and use the tag #chewthisup on Instagram. I want to see your photos!
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