• Nikki Cagle

PEANUT BUTTER JELLY {SHAKEOLOGY} TIME


After my first ShakeO bowl I was h o o k e d. Now I rarely sip a ShakeO from a glass - but rather spoon it from a bowl! And since I gobble most of my ShakeO bowls at lunch, I thought—duh, what says lunch like PB&J? Amirite?!

A few trial & errors later {not enough grapey taste; not enough peanut taste; way to peanutty...}, I finally found the perfect blend. In pure bowl-O style, I loaded it up with ice to turn it into that creamy consistency that you'd dig into with a spoon, and then dressed it with toppings that compliment those PB&J flavas! Easy peasy, jelly-beany. PB&Jelly-beany, that is.

Peanut Butter & Jelly ShakeO Bowl

Servings: 1

Total Time: 5-10 minutes {depending on how snazzy & quick your blender is}

Ingredients Shakeology

  • 1 packet Vanilla Shakeology

  • 1/2 frozen banana

  • 1/2 cup frozen mixed berries

  • 1 cup raw baby spinach

  • 6 oz. Greek vanilla yogurt {I like Light & Fit Greek}

  • 1 Tbsp PB2

  • Splash of almond milk

  • Splashes of water, as needed

  • Ice {and LOTS of it!}

Toppings

  • 1 dollop almond butter {or peanut butter}

  • 1 dollop grape jelly {or any flavor jelly you fancy!}

  • 1/2 fresh sliced banana

  • Granola

  • Nuts, seeds & raisins

Instructions

  1. Throw all Shakeology ingredients into blender and blend until completely smooth. Continue adding ice until consistency mimics ice cream. You should be able to take a scoop with your spoon and it stays on your spoon instead of dripping off like liquid.

  2. Pour your ShakeO into a bowl and top with all toppings. Get creative - add whatever you think lends to the PB&J flavor.

  3. Dig in with a spoon!

And now...it's what, Brian?

Psst...More drool-worthy ShakeO recipes:

Strawberry Shakeology: Acai Bowl Style

Peanut Butter Banana Cream Pie Shakeology

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