Peanut Butter Push

nutribullet peanut butter protein smoothie recipe

Peanut butter and banana are a match made in heaven, especially for those of us about to head out for a workout! Take carbo-loading to a new and healthy level with this NutriBlast smoothie recipe that’ll help you forge ahead during your workout routine and recover more quickly.

Vegan Dairy Free Low Sugar Gluten Free

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Peanut Butter Push
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 252.3

% Daily Value*

Total fat 12.8 g 19.7%

Saturated Fat 1.9 g 9.5%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 0.0 mg 0.0%

Sodium 201.7 mg 8.4%

Total Carbs 32.4 g 10.8%

Dietary Fiber 5.3 g 21.3%

Sugars 16.2 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 7.3 g

Vitamin A 39.6%
Vitamin C 24.1%
Calcium 47.9%
Iron 5.9%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 6.3%
Vitamin K 91.3%
Thiamin 4.8%
Riboflavin 8.5%
Niacin 15.0%
Vitamin B-6 26.6%
Folate 16.7%
Vitamin B-12 0.0%
Panto. acid 5.9%
Phosphorus 8.7%
Magnesium 17.6%
Zinc 4.4%
Selenium 2.8%
Copper 9.0%
Manganese 36.0%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Directions

  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comments
Comment by dnc1972
March 24, 2016
What do you fill the tall cup to the max line with? After you add all the ingredients, including the 1 cup of almond milk, there is a lot of space left for additional liquid of some sort. What have others used and what were your results?
Comment by Thumper213
November 04, 2015
This is so delicious. I feel like I am being very bad . Lol
Comment by Val50
March 29, 2015
I add one tablespoon Cocoa powder, and one tablespoon pure organic dark maple syrup, and two or three ice cubes to this blast up to one hour before my extreme workouts. Delicious -chocolate- peanut butter banana energy boost!
It calls for 1 cup almond milk but then it says fill the the max line with liquid. Which one is it?
Reply by don90327
May 14, 2015
I think its the same thing because when you shove ingredients in a cup the milk will take less space.
Comment by tiggerlove1
February 12, 2015
How long should you wait after drinking any protein blast to start your work out?
Comment by narutkowski
January 04, 2015
Is it a bad idea to make any blast the night before and refrigerate it? Any downsides/health reasons why this would be a bad thing to do?
Comment by dwrpsych128
December 08, 2014
Tried this recipe earlier today and it was great pre-workout drink. I substituted sunflower seeds for the hemp seeds and added blueberries.
Reply by SarahLefkowitzRD
September 04, 2014
Frozen berries would be a great addition. Remember these recipes are a great place to start, but we encourage you to have fun and experiment with different combos!
Comment by malousantos
September 04, 2014
can I mix with this blast the SUPERFOOD FAT BURNING BOOST? and flax seeds?
I replace the hemp seeds with oatmeal because the oatmeal keeps you full.
Whenever I go hiking for a few hours I make a similar blast to drink before I leave home. I usually add 2 spoons of rolled oats instead of using the Hemp seeds. This keeps me full and energized until the next meal. No cravings.
Trying the pre workout shake today. Taste is ok. I need to modify a little so it will taste good.
When I read theough the ingredient list, I thought the last ingredient said "1 cup Almonds". Caught me off-gaurd for a second. XD Anyways, I'm going to try this delish smoothie today.
Comment by Toniu2
March 17, 2014
Is there a substitute for Hemp seeds?
Comment by kristenjadeq
February 17, 2014
I make something similar that I LOVE for a pre-workout: 1 handful of spinach, 1 banana, 1 heaping tbsp PB, 6-10 almonds, 1 heaping tbsp greek yogurt, water/ice depending on the consistency you like. I like the greek yogurt because it adds more protein and keeps the creamy consistency. I will try this recipe next, thanks!!
Dear Misguided People: YOUR BRAIN NEEDS CARBS. YOUR BODY NEEDS CARBS. PLEASE STOP FEARING CARBS. Just like your body requires fat and protein...YOU REQUIRE CARBS. Every body is biochemically different and may require different nutrition than that person standing next to it, but carbs are fuel. You probably wouldn't want to drink this five minutes before going to sleep, but what a wonderful way to get through the 3-o-clock 'slump' in the afternoon!
Reply by foodjnky
February 22, 2015
There are BAD carbs like crackers, too many white potatoes, etc. But there are GOOD ones which I believe are in these blasts! Yes, you do need them, just be sure they are the good kind! You can always sub sweet potatoes if you're hooked on white.
Shouldn't we worry about all the carbs in this? That's a lot..
It depends on what your goals are with Blasting. Carbs from fruit are healthy and loaded with fiber which helps stabilize blood sugar, so they can actually be a good thing for diabetics. Its the juice that can cause a big spike in blood sugar.
Comment by ErikaLynn
January 13, 2014
Just a question - how long before my workout should I have this blast?
I like to have a short cup Blast about an hour before a run. This can be different for everyone, but this method works best for me.
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