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Originally published 12/22/13. Pictures updated for the second time 4/10/15. Recipe updated 5/31/16.
Peanut butter milkshakes are a tradition in our household. Because you know that when Jesus said that man should not live by bread alone, He was talking about peanut butter.
But I think I’ve found the answer to my peanut butter milkshake cravings, and this makes me very happy.
Here I topped it with some melted Skinny Chocolate (recipe can be found in the book Trim Healthy Mama) and peanuts for a “Reese’s” chocolate peanut butter shake:
Want an even richer peanut butter milkshake? If you ever have leftover homemade ice cream in your freezer, check this recipe out!
You can find this recipe in my cookbook, Necessary Food.
- Blend all ingredients together until smooth. Our Ninja blender's single serve cups work great for this.
To lighten up this shake, you could use defatted peanut flour in place of the peanut butter (but you'll need 3-4 T because the peanut flour is not as strong-tasting as peanut butter). You can replace the cream with half and half or almond milk, but it obviously won't be as creamy. Using defatted peanut flour instead of peanut butter and half and half or almond milk in place of cream would make this shake a Fuel Pull for Trim Healthy Mamas (low carb and low fat).