Delicious! I tweaked by using 1 c. milk, 2 Tbsp. cocoa, not syrup, and by using 2 Tbsp. PB, since anyone who has been on WW knows that 1/4 c. of PB is A LOOOOOTTTT of PB. I also added about 1/8 of a cup of crushed ice for consistency. So, so good. Thanks for this quick pick-me-up!
This came together easily and had a good flavor combo but I didn't care for how 'warm' it ended up being. Once I blended some ice in, it was much more pleasant IMHO. I would definitely recommend adding ice or freezing the banana to keep it and the peanut butter from lowering the milk's tempature. Thanks!
Yummmmmmmy! I did add a 1/2 cup of ice to thicken and I also added a tab more peanut butter
I don't like peanut butter that much.
I loved this smoothie! It's filling and tasty. I used 1 c milk and no chocolate flavoring. I also had some cantaloupe and threw that in. It was delicious! I will make again. Thanks.
I made this for breakfast this morning and it was great! Easy to make too. I took advice from other reviewers and froze my banana and added a few ice cubes. I have some leftover coffee in an ice cube tray so I think next time I'll use those instead of plain ice for a touch of caffeine! Thanks for a yummy recipe!
I thought this was good, though it seemed to be lacking something. I added a scoop of some Chocolate Soy Protein Powder and a handful of ice cubes. This helped it to be more of a frothy drink, and added a little density to the flavor as well.
Wow! It tastes just like a milkshake yet it has much fewer calories! I've tried many smoothie recipes this week and this one is definitely my favorite. =)
I have to rate this very High..New Blender and trying to get Mark to eat..Dear Me ..he loved it and I got him to eat something ...Well drink something. Thank You so very Much. He needed something his tummy.
Way too thin. Not tasty or very sweet.