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Dorm Room Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

..Dorm Room Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
  • Serves: 2 People
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Cooking: 1 Minutes
  • Calories: 328
  • Difficulty: easy

Who says you can't have chocolate for breakfast? Nothing can beat the classic combo of peanut butter and chocolate, and this chocolate peanut butter smoothie is so thick and rich that it tastes like a milkshake. This dorm room chocolate peanut butter smoothie already has a good amount of protein and fat, but there are lots of ways to boost the nutritional value even further like adding ground flax, quick oats, vegetables like spinach, cauliflower or protein powder. you’ll just need few simple ingredients to make the creamiest, most delicious chocolate banana smoothie recipe ever. It seriously tastes just like ice cream but is packed with sneaky protein.

I love starting my morning with a smoothie. I am always one to have a sweet tooth, so smoothies are a great way to satisfy my sweet tooth with something a little healthier. They are a great way to start the day because they are filling, delicious, and often better for you than the high sugared cereals, or pancakes smothered in syrup that we might be eating instead. Smoothies are also a great option for a snack, or a late night treat. Smoothies often are not super low calorie, but they are often made up with fruit and yogurt, which are a lot better for you than a lot of other options.

Between rushed assignments, early morning study session and sprinting across campus to get to class on time, a full breakfast is not possible for the average college student. With the size of the average dorm kitchen a meal that simply requires a blender, a few ingredients and a couple minutes is a blessing. I already shared smoothie recipes here on my website like Dorm Room Tropical Green Smoothie and Dorm Room Peaches and Cream Oatmeal Smoothie. This recipe of dorm room chocolate peanut butter banana smoothie is another recipe that will give you all those important vitamins without sacrificing essential time in the morning. 



  1. Add banana, milk, cocoa powder, peanut butter and vanilla to a high speed blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

  2. Taste and adjust the texture as needed. Add more liquid if you need help in blending, or a hand full of ice if you need thicker texture. 

  3. Serve this dorm friendly chocolate peanut butter smoothie right away for the best taste and texture. 

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