HYPE Homemade: Tutti Fruity Peanut Butter Chocolate Smoothie

Aug 28, 2017

The Personal and Professional Development Committee holds events throughout the year such as speed networking events, finance seminars, 101 workshops, book club and more to get HYPEsters involved in hands-on activities. The HYPE Homemade blog series aims to bring the "hands-on" aspect of the events into your home, through a monthly cooking blog! Committee members will share recipes they enjoy, from grandma's special recipe passed down through generations, to cookbook favorites, to meals they've created!

Our August recipe comes from David Miller, and is fun recipe for a breakfast on the go! Make sure to let us know in the blog comments if you tried the recipe!

Tutti Fruity Peanut Butter Chocolate Smoothie

Credit: David Miller

Level of Difficulty: 2 out of 5

Tools Required: Blender, medium size bowl, sharp knife, cutting board, medium size bowl

Time required: 15 minutes

About the recipe:  I like this recipe because it’s easy and offers something different to have for breakfast other than eggs toast etc. You can also mix and match different fruits and toppings to whatever you’re in the mood for that day.chocolate-chips

Ingredients List:
1 tablespoon peanut butter                         

1 cup of chocolate chips

1 cup blueberries

1 cup strawberries

1 banana 

2 cups of almond milk or regular milkstrawberry-blueberries


1.Slice banana into chunks and put aside in medium size bowl

2.Take the medium size bowl with bananas and add blueberries strawberries and one tablespoon of peanut butter.

3. Next, add the chocolate chips2015_07_29_smoothie-bowl_9999_53smoothie-bowl-how-to1359820

4. Pour everything you had combined in the medium sized bowl, into the blender

5. Add the two cups of milk or almond milk

6. Add ice to the blender

7. Mix on high for about 2 minutes

8. Enjoy!



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