Nothing takes you through transitions more smoothly than healthy snacks that fill you up with good carbs and lots of protein.
As seasons begin to shift in sports, weather, school, arts and other areas, we’re filling up the blender with good stuff to whip up SunButter Smoothies. They’re easing us through busy days and evenings!
Here’s our favorite basic SunButter smoothie recipe, perfect as a peanut free snack or even a go-to meal.
1/2 c. SunButter (for an extra kick and texture, use SunButter Natural Omega-3 with flax seed)
1/2 c. vanilla or plain yogurt
4 – 5 ice cubes
1/2 c. milk (try coconut, soy or other variation to fit dairy or other concerns)
Blend all together, pour into glass and enjoy!
Variations: Sliced bananas, pears, dates, chunks of dried fruits. Quinoa, wheat germ, flax seeds, whey protein. Nut-free chocolate chips for a sweeter smoothie.
And share your favorite SunButter Smoothie creations, too? Thanks!
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