Recipe by Cookin4Six!
"Quick, delicious, and only a few carbs per serving!"
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unsweetened almond milk
unsweetened natural peanut butter
unsweetened cocoa powder
vanilla-flavored whey protein powder
heavy whipping cream
2 (1 gram) packets
This was yummy. The flavor reminded me of a peanut butter cup. The texture though was a little icy. I have an almost similar recipe I found on Pinterest using whole milk, regular sugar, and non-fat dry milk powder. I actually like this one better, made lighter and with the peanut butter. I did make a few small changes. I halved the recipe and got 1 large serving. I do not care for whey protein powder, in any flavor, so I subbed vanilla slim fast powder. It is a little sweeter. I added the optional Stevia and didn't bother with the 1 Tblsp of heavy cream because I didn't have it. That small amount in any smoothie or drink is barely detectable, anyhow, from my experience.
Average. The PB taste was very subtle. I prefer my shakes a bit creamier- next time I will had half a banana per serving. I did sub greek yogurt for the heavy cream and omitted the stevia as my protein powder has stevia in it already.
Used chocolate sugar free torani as the sweetener.. yumyum. Delicious dessert tonight@
LOVE this recipe! I like to make mine with 1/3 cup of oatmeal to give it texture and protein. Add a few coffee beans to make a mocha-choco-peanut wake-up smoothie. Yummm!!! Thanks for submitting this recipe! :)
I found a quick and easy way to do this. I used a Milk Chocolate flavored Atkins drink in place of the milk and cocoa powder and it was fantastic! I didn't have heavy cream so I used lite cool whip. I will try the heavy cream next time though 'cause I picked some up today! (I also forgot the vanilla - didn't matter, was still delicious!)
This is great! So refreshing. I only have sweetened vanilla almond milk so I didn't use the sugar or vanilla. I used french vanilla coffee creamer for the heavy cream. I added a frozen banana and just eyeballed the peanut butter since I don't like it heavily pb*ery. Thanks for the recipe!
I printed this recipe yesterday, stopped at the grocery store to get a few ingredients, in the POURING rain----it was sooooo worth it!!! I made the smoothies as soon as I got home!!! I used unsweetened almond vanilla milk and left out the vanilla extract. My girls and I found this recipe to be filling and they were up early this morning putting their own spin on it-like adding half a banana! I started a high protein low-carb lifestyle 2 years ago. I'm thankful to have come across this recipe for a low-carb smoothie that tastes great and my family enjoys as much as I do!
The flavor balance between chocolate and peanut butter is great. I didn't have whey protein powder, so I added a bit of vanilla extract, and I used maple syrup in place of the stevia. It was a little watery without the protein powder, but still a nice treat. I am sure as written it would have been even better.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Low-Carb Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 98
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