Great smoothie! I am going to replace the choc syrup w/cocao next time. I also replaced the milk with "Stash" decaf chi spice tea. I didn't have plain yogurt so used non fat honey greek yogurt. Very tasty!
Mmmmm... the best smoothie I've made so far! I used plain yogurt instead of vanilla and it tasted great. My banana wasn't frozen so I added a few ice cubes. Will definitely make this again!!
Great smoothie. The frozen banana is key. I used fat-free milk, unsweetened cocoa powder and 1 Tbsp. of PB. Very refreshing.
I used the natural peanut butter you buy out of the machine. It's peanuts in a big red machine that you smash out into a plastic container the amount you want. Then for the chocolate syrup I used Hersheys sugarfree in the black plastic bottle that you refrigerate after opening. Make sure you peel your bananas and put them in a freezer baggie. The frozen bananas are what makes it taste so good! This was just the smoothie recipe I was looking for! Thanks!!!
What's not to love here about this fabulous combination of flavors. The only change-up I made was to use vanilla ice-cream in place of the vanilla yogurt. I was making this for DS and that's why. For myself, I would have went the more skinny route. Absolute keeper here Kelly. Made for Kelly as an expression of my sympathy for the loss of her DH Eric.~
You get my total enthusiasm for this smoothie, 'cause I really liked the combo of the chocolate (I used 3 tablespoons), the PB AND the yogurt! Very, very nice taste! [Tagged, made & reviewed in the I Recommend cooking game]
I think this is a yummy and rich-tasting smoothie. I really enjoyed the combination of ingredients. I did use 2% milk in place of the skim milk because I don't do skim milk generally. Thanks for sharing!
Sorry KelBel--this one just did NOT go over well with the Peanut Gallery--altho' from the recipe I thought (there I go thinking again!) this would be a sure-fire touchdown. So we had two chumps who gave "ugh, don't make this again" votes, one enthusiastic fan who stated "This is REALLY good!", and while I liked it, I didn't get quite to the "love it" level....so averaging those out gets this recipe a solid three-pointer! (Football Pool, Week #11)
Thanks for sharing, KelBel but I didn't care for the recipe. I agree with Mrsvamp that the tang of the yogurt was a bit much.
This is delicious. Just the right amount of peanut butter and chocolate. Made a great breakfast!