Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl (No Banana)

If you are a peanut butter lover like me, you will absolutely love this peanut butter smoothie bowl recipe I am sharing today.

It’s been a favorite of mine for a long time. The smoothie bowl is creamy, rich, and thick, and has no banana in it!

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Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl (No Banana)

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Indulge in my Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl, no banana needed! This rich and creamy bowl is a treat for peanut butter lovers, perfect for a filling breakfast or a protein-packed snack.

  • Total Time: 6 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x


Units Scale
  • 2 cups frozen mango chunks
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 1 teaspoon dark cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon oats
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup
  • 1/2 cup oat milk + 2 extra tbsp


  1. To a high-speed blender or a food processor (I used my Nutribullet 600) add all the ingredients.
  2. Process for 3-4 minutes. If your blender is struggling, add a touch more milk.
  3. If using a food processor, you may need to stop a few times to scrape off the sides.
  4. Dollop the blended smoothie onto your bowl and add your favorite toppings!


*For smoothie benefits, recipe notes, and more, scroll down!

  • Author: Ella Waterworth
  • Prep Time: 3
  • Cook Time: 3
  • Category: Smoothie Bowl
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegan


  • Serving Size: 1 smoothie bowl
  • Calories: 457
  • Sugar: 53.3g
  • Fat: 19.1g
  • Carbohydrates: 69.2g
  • Fiber: 9.6g
  • Protein: 12.2g

Why You Will Love This Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

A spoonful of Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

It’s safe to say that this smoothie bowl is more on the indulgent side, but even so, the smoothie is quite healthy.

It has no added sugars or any other unhealthy ingredients. 

Here’s why I think you will love it as much as I do:

  1. Healthy Indulgence: The smoothie bowl combines the richness of peanut butter with the sweetness of mango for a guilt-free treat that feels indulgent.
  2. Easy to Make: Simple to prepare with minimal ingredients and just a few minutes needed, perfect for a quick breakfast or snack.
  3. Creamy and Thick: The texture from the peanut butter and frozen mango makes this smoothie bowl satisfyingly thick and creamy.
  4. Nutrient-Rich: Packed with vitamins like Vitamin C and A from mango and healthy fats from peanut butter, offering a balanced nutritional profile.
  5. Naturally Sweet: The natural sweetness of mango and a touch of maple syrup makes it sweet enough without added sugars.
  6. Energizing: Provides a good balance of carbohydrates, protein, and fats, ideal for an energy boost that lasts.
  7. Versatile: Easy to customize with toppings such as granola, seeds, or fresh fruit to enhance texture and add extra nutrients.

If you enjoy this smoothie bowl, I recommend you also try my chocolate smoothie bowl and my sweet potato smoothie bowl recipe!

Smoothie Bowl Variations & Recipe Notes:

Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl dolloped in a bowl without any toppings

You can change the recipe easily should you want to.

Below are some suggestions:

  • The Smoothie Base: Add more tropical flavor by using coconut milk instead of oat milk.
  • More Protein: Add a scoop of peanut butter or chocolate protein powder for extra protein!
  • Nutritional Boost: Add a handful of spinach, and a tablespoon of chia seeds if you like for additional nutrients. 
  • No Oats: Swap the oats for flaxseeds or chia seeds, and the oat milk for almond, soy, or coconut.
  • No Mango: Swap the mango for pineapple, strawberries, or banana if you don’t mind it. 

Top Smoothie Bowl-Making Tips:

Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl

  1. Add Liquid Carefully: Different blenders and food processors will blend the smoothie differently. Some may require more liquid. Always start by adding a tablespoon. Too much liquid will make the smoothie bowl too runny.
  2. Use Frozen Fruit: Frozen mango is key to making this smoothie bowl. If you don’t have frozen fruit, the recipe won’t work.
  3. Chill Your Bowl: Place your serving bowl in the freezer for a few minutes before assembling your smoothie bowl to keep it cold longer.
  4. Don’t Forget The Toppings: Add texture and nutrients with toppings.
  5. Eat It Immediately: The smoothie bowl is ice cold and starts to melt as soon as it’s blended. Eat it within 10-15 minutes of blending.

Smoothie Bowl Toppings

Some toppings that work well with this peanut butter smoothie bowl include:  

  • Crunchy Granola.
  • Mixed Nuts.
  • Cacao Nibs.
  • Chocolate Pieces.
  • Drizzle Nut Butter.
  • Fresh Berries.

Feel free to experiment with other toppings too!

The Equipment:

Blender Type Suitability:
Vitamix Blender
BlendJet X
Ninja Blender
Oster Blender X
Hamilton Blender
AMZChef Blender X
Wamife Blender X
Ninja Food Processor
Kitchen Aid Food Chopper X
Hamilton Beach Food Processor

I mostly make this smoothie bowl with my Nutribullet 600, and it does a great job.

However, some other options that work with this recipe are included above.

Ella Waterworth
Ella Waterworth

Founder & Recipe Developer at Smoothies N Cookies

Ella Waterworth is the founder of Smoothies N Cookies and she is a professional smoothie recipe creator. She gained extensive knowledge of creating smoothies by working for Smoothie King for several years.

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