While Spring may not be ‘in the air’ for everyone quite yet, cialis generic troche Easter is quickly approaching, cialis sale physician and with this holiday comes many things, including mini eggs. Mini eggs, people. I remember a time when mini eggs used to be only sold once a year – Easter time. Now I can get myself some mini eggs whenever I want, which is good and bad. However, today it is good because I get to add them to this already delicious smoothie. Hooray!
I’ve been making this smoothie for a few years now and although it tastes quite indulgent – it’s got all the good things in it. All of them. Well not really, but a lot of them. You can of course make this smoothie without the mini eggs and then it would be vegan and refined sugar free – but since Easter is coming up quick – add em!
Peanut Butter Smoothie with Mini Eggs serves 2 small portions, 1 large portion
2 sliced and frozen bananas
2 tbsp natural peanut butter
2 cups unsweetened almond milk
1 small(est) bag of Mini Eggs (can omit, but ask yourself this: why?)
First, slice your bananas and freeze in a container overnight or at least a few hours (they act as your ice cubes). Once the the bananas are frozen – place all the ingredients in your blender. Blend on high until you get it as smooth as you can/want. Pour into a beautiful cup or two, top with more mini eggs (obvi) and enjoy!
So rich and creamy – I like to under-blend it a bit so there are some chewy pieces of dates, or in this case mini eggs to munch on as I sip. So good!
If you have a big, wide straw to sip from you’ll enjoy it even more, especially if you like to under-blend smoothies too!
I love them.
Simple, delicious and all natural…with a little mini egg kick. You my friend, should definitely try this smoothie sometime this week. Go slice up some old bananas right now and start prepping – you won’t be sorry you did. This is, by far, my husbands favourite smoothie – with or without the addition of mini eggs.
Easter just got a little sweeter thanks to this drink!