Chocolate PB Protein Smoothie

This chocolate peanut butter protein smoothie tastes like dessert but is actually ideal for fueling performance! If you’re curious how, read on team! Hint, it’s all about that decadent Chocolate protein powder we’re adding…

This is another simple, everyday kind of smoothie (just add everything to a blender and pour!). As always legends, you know that my key smoothie making tip is to always add your liquid base first. In this case the oat milk is added first so that it helps catch all the rest of the ingredients. Tag me in your smoothie creations on @dan_churchill!

Why is this smoothie so great for performance? It’s been seen that cacao (the dark, unprocessed base for chocolate) has positive effects on cardiovascular health – and now a new study has found the tasty ingredient could help give athletes an extra edge in their fitness training! We’re also adding in peanut butter, which is calorie dense and a good source of energy and healthy fat, as well as B complex vitamins to support nervous system function and energy production. Talk about a win-win!

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Prep Time: Less than 5 Minutes
Cook Time: N/A
Cost: $2-3
Skill: Easy

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  • Learn more about protein sources in this episode of The Epic Table with James Newbury.
  • Learn about preparing your gut for game day with Jordan Mazur
  • Learn about the benefits of whole foods for disease with Lisa Bryan

Chocolate PB Protein Smoothie


1 1/2 cups oat or almond milk
1 Tbsp PB
1 Frozen Banana
1 tsp Cinnamon
Pinch of salt
1 tsp maca (not required)
1 Scoop of Athletic Greens Chocolate Protein

Pinch of cinnamon or cacao
Shredded coconut


  1. Add your oat milk to the base of your blender, then add everything else in. Turn the blender on and blend until smooth.
  2. Pour smoothie into a jar and top with your favorite toppings!

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