Nutella in a smoothie? Yes, please!

For my birthday, I generously received a gift card for Amazon and bought one of my new favorite toys, a Ninja blender! The kids and I have had fun inventing smoothies and I made my salsa in about 5 seconds πŸ™‚ Smoothies are a great way to get protein and fruit into the kids for breakfast lunch or dinner. If you buy frozen or freeze your own fruit, that helps to make the smoothie creamy, like ice cream. Especially frozen bananas! Frozen mango, frozen banana and vanilla yogurt is delicious together but here is the recipe for our new family favorite…Peanut Butter Nutella!

Peanut Butter Nutella Smoothie

Ingredients

2 frozen bananas, broken into large chunks

1 cup vanilla yogurt

3 Tablespoons of nutella

2 Tablespoons of peanut butter (or almond butter)

2/3 cup of milk

1/2 teaspoon of agave

Directions

Place all the ingredients in your blender and let the blender do its work until smooth! Add more milk if you would like a thinner smoothie.

This makes a great afternoon snack! I’m so glad I got this blender! I will from time to time share the great products I use and please know that I will only recommend ones that I love myself!

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23 thoughts on “Nutella in a smoothie? Yes, please!”

    1. I know! This is the one I got and it is amazing. I love using the smoothie cups too, that way I can just make a smoothie and be out the door.

  1. I got a Ninja blender for my birthday in April and I am right there with you, that thing is AMAZING! It makes the smoothies so creamy and smooth and wonderful. The smoothie cups are my favorite part too, because it’s easy to make more than one so everyone can get exactly what they want. Can’t wait to try your Nutella idea!

    1. I cannot tell you how much I love the Ninja. I got one for my parents for Christmas too.

  2. That’s so much better than kids licking nutella from the jar itself. At least it has an edge of nutrition to it. Will definitely try

  3. YUM! My favorite way to use up overripe bananas is to make a smoothie with banana, chocolate almond butter, and almond milk – so good and fast!

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