PB & J Smoothie Bowl - Erin's Inside Job

PB & J Smoothie Bowl

You guys, it’s been a hot minute since I’ve posted a recipe on here.

You know that I’m not one for long and complicated recipes (unless it’s cheesecake which I would spend all hours of the day making), so I was thinking about posting more quick and easy recipes for you guys. Thoughts?

Smoothie bowls have been my fun science experiment for awhile now and I love finding new combinations. For a couple weeks I was making all kinds of obscure flavors until one day it dawned on me that I hadn’t made one of the simplest and most delicious combinations of all time…peanut butter and jelly.

Sometimes it’s all about simplicity.

PBJ smoothie bowl

I literally came up with this idea and had it sitting in front of me in about 5 minutes. It’s SUPER simple and only has three ingredients! You need this in your life right now.

I made my version with mixed berries, but you just as easily substitute whatever berries you desire. I think this would be pretty amazing with frozen strawberries since I am one of those weirdos who hates grape jelly. Anyone else?

If you’re as equally obsessed with smoothie bowls as I am, make sure to check out my post on the steps to a perfect smoothie bowl. Enjoy!

PB & J Smoothie Bowl

  • 1/2 cup frozen mixed berries
  • 1/2 cup dairy or non-dairy milk
  • 2 Tbsp powdered peanut butter
  • TOPPINGS
  1. Combine all ingredients minus toppings into a blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Add desired toppings. I made this peanut butter drizzle by microwaving 1-2 Tbsp of peanut butter for about 15-20 seconds, then just drizzling over the top. It seriously made this bowl.

Super fast and super healthy  PB & J Smoothie Bowl full of nutrients and amazing flavor! Satisfy your sweet tooth in 5 minutes!

Questions:

  • What other simple combos am I overlooking?
  • Do you want to see more recipes like these on the blog?

17 comments on “PB & J Smoothie Bowl

  1. Whenever I use mixed berries in smoothies, I feel like my smoothie winds up all seed-y. Is that just me? Regardless, I would definitely make this with strawberries and happily stuff my face.

    1. If I blend it for a long time it minimizes the seediness but I know what you’re talking about. Try it with strawberries!!

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