PB&J Smoothie (low FODMAP)

A peanut butter and jelly smoothie may not sound so appetizing to you at first, but it is quite a tasty treat. I must first confess that the smoothie contains peanut butter, but no jelly. Frozen raspberries take the place of jelly in this recipe.

Raspberries are not only full of vitamin C, they are also full of fiber. The  half cup of raspberries in this smoothie contains 8 grams of fiber. Fiber keeps us full and aids in healthy digestion. Most adults should get about 25-35 grams of fiber a day, but Americans average about 15 grams a day.

Add protein-rich Greek yogurt and a little healthy fat from the peanut butter and here you have a “stick to your ribs” smoothie.

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Just combine all ingredients in a blender or use an immersion blender (my favorite way to make smoothies) and blend until smooth.

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PB&J Smoothie

Ingredients:
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt (1/2 cup is 4oz, which is very low lactose and FODMAP friendly)
1/2 cup frozen raspberries
1 Tbs natural peanut butter
1/4 cup plus 2 Tbs lactose-free milk

Instructions:
1.  Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
2. Top with a frozen raspberry and enjoy.

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3 thoughts on “PB&J Smoothie (low FODMAP)

  1. Are raspberries more “stomach-friendly” than strawberries or blueberries? And, do you deliver the smoothie in this blog? It looks really good.

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