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Peanut Butter Powder Chocolate Protein Smoothie

This peanut butter powder chocolate protein smoothie is a simple and luscious way to get a nice amount of protein in your diet. You won’t know that it’s made with healthy ingredients because it tastes so decadent and delicious!

Are you a smoothie fan?

Smoothies are my favorite way of getting a good amount of protein in my diet.

The same goes for my whole family. My kids love all kinds of smoothies.

I seriously bought each of them their own personal blender so they can make a smoothie anytime they want.

It’s funny to have the blenders lined up when they are not in use. We all have different brands and colors. My daughter Tori’s (for when she visits) my son Josh’s portable blender and mine. There are so many to choose from on Amazon.

The hubby doesn’t have one since he wouldn’t even know how to use one. LOL! I make him a smoothie with my mini blender.

This is his favorite smoothie up to date.

On to this delicious smoothie…

I recently discovered peanut butter powder. There are so many brands that I found in my local grocery store and online.

On top of being super delicious in recipes, it cuts the calories and fat by a really big amount.

I’m following one of the WW plans and this smoothie is so much less caloric and so much lower in fat as well as sugars than using peanut butter.

Don’t get me wrong, I love peanut butter a lot. I enjoy a PB sandwich once in a while but in a smoothie peanut butter powder is the best.

Here is the PB Powder that I use and that was calculated in this smoothie for the nutritional count and WW Points.

Just a  note, I used a vanilla whey protein powder. I didn’t list the one I used since I switch around when making my smoothies.

Sometimes I use a vegan protein powder, pea protein, brown rice. It depends on my mood.

My favorite is the whey protein powder like I used in this smoothie.

But, I will tell you that all the protein powders I do use all have around 120 calories per serving with low carbs and low sugar content as well a nice amount of protein.

 I use Quest Vanilla Milkshake or Quest Chocolate Milkshake  Vanilla has 24 grams of protein and chocolate has 22 grams of protein. I really think it’s the best tasting whey/casein protein powders and I have tried so many of them. Even the really expensive ones. Quest has the best flavors and made with natural flavoring.

Vanilla or chocolate both work in this smoothie, it just depends if you want a more chocolatey flavor. Also, I just started adding in about 2 teaspoons of unsweetened cocoa powder and leaving in the chocolate syrup or taking it out since the cocoa powder gives this a really chocolatey flavor. Make it a little different each time for a nice variety.

Even though this smoothie is made with healthy ingredients, it’s so decadent tasting.

Whirl one up for yourself. Sit down, relax and enjoy every last sip.

Peanut Butter Powder Chocolate Protein Smoothie

Yields: 1 large smoothie

Nutrition: calories 188, fat 4.9 g, sat fat 1 g, carbs 18 g, sugar 2.3 g, protein 25. 8 g, fiber 3.9 g

WW Smart Points: 4 – WW Points Plus: 5 – WW Personal Points: 4 

Nutritional count and WW Points are an estimate and based on ingredients I used.

Here Are The Ingredients:

  •  almond milk, I used unsweetened vanilla
  •  1 scoop/serving vanilla or chocolate protein powder, Quest was used in these smoothies
  •  peanut butter powder
  •  sugar free chocolate syrup, I used Hershey Or, use 2 teaspoons unsweetened cocoa powder or, both
  •  vanilla extract, this is the one I have been using for a long time and love it!
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons instant vanilla or chocolate pudding powder, I used sugar free
  •  light aerosol whipped cream, this is optional
  •  ice, make sure the ice is fresh and add more for a thicker smoothie
  •  full recipe with amounts below in recipe box

How do you make a peanut butter protein smoothie with peanut butter powder…

Here Are The Simple And Easy  Directions:

  1. In a blender, add  ice and 1/2 cup almond milk. Whirl to chop up the ice.
  2. Add remaining ingredients. Whirl until you have the consistency you want.
  3. If needed, stop the blender and scrape down sides, whirl again. If too thick, add a little cold water or more almond milk.


Enjoy a few more peanut butter and chocolate recipes….

Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Brownies

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 

Chocolate Peanut Butter Oat Bars

Peanut Butter Powder Chocolate Protein Smoothie

This luscious smoothie is a great way to get protein in your diet.

Course Breakfast, Lunch, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword PB powder, peanut butter and chocolate, smoothie
Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 large smoothie
Calories 188 kcal
Author Pam Beth


  • 6-8 ounces almond milk I used unsweetened vanilla
  • 1 scoop/serving vanilla protein powder Use one that's 100 calories or less
  • 2 tbsp peanut butter powder
  • 2 tbsp sugar free chocolate syrup I used Hershey
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup fresh ice
  • 2 tbsp aerosol whipped cream I used light


  1. In a blender, add  ice and 1/2 cup almond milk. Whirl to chop up the ice. Add remaining ingredients. Whirl until you have the consistency you want.  If needed, stop the blender and scrape down sides, whirl again. If too thick, add a little cold water or more almond milk. Enjoy!

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