Easy Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Smoothie Bowl – perfect for breakfast or for an afternoon snack.
This delicious breakfast smoothie bowl only requires a handful of ingredients, that are most likely to be lying around your house.
Banana and peanut butter is a marriage made in haven. We like to snack on banana slices topped with peanut butter regularly. So we thought to combine them together and make a smoothie bowl out of ’em.
It worked fantastically well obviously – this combo is a no-brainer. But to complete this smoothie bowl as breakfast, we topped it with some granola we had, and it was just pure perfection!
This breakfast smoothie bowl recipe is dairy-free, vegan, and incredibly creamy and filling.
If you don’t like peanut butter – that’s absolutely fine – you can sub it for different nut butter, like almond butter. Or – if you are nut-free – use sunflower seed butter instead! Oh and sub the almond milk for oat milk!
How To Make Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Smoothie Bowl:
You will need:
Before you freeze the bananas, make sure you cut them into small chunks – otherwise, you might find it really difficult blending a whole frozen banana 😀
The frozen banana, oats, peanut butter, and almond milk are blended until smooth using a high-speed blender.
Pour onto your favorite smoothie bowl and top with granola. Voila!
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Peanut Butter Banana Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
- 2 medium-sized bananas previosuly peeled cut into chunks and frozen
- 2 tbsp of smooth peanut butter
- 1-2 tbsp of oats - use gluten free if needed
- 150 ml of dairy-free milk
- Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender, and blitz until smooth. If the blender is really strugling, add a touch more dairy-free milk.
- Serve and top with granola if you like.
We highly recommend that you use a high-speed blender - we found that a regular 30 bucks blender struggled to blend the bananas without extra dairy-free milk.