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Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

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If I had to choose one smoothie to have every single day on repeat, this would be the one. I don’t know about you, but I love dessert-flavored smoothies (and recipes in general) and the combination of chocolate, peanut butter, and banana hits the spot every time. I recommend freezing a bunch of bananas to keep on hand for when you crave this recipe. This Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie tastes like a chocolate peanut butter cup and you’ll never know that it’s a healthy, nutritionally balanced breakfast or snack.

An aerial view of Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie topped with banana, strawberry, and granola

Why Smoothies are Amazing for Disabled People:

  • Smoothies are a super quick and easy way to prepare a complete, filling meal (filled with protein, fruit, vegetables, fibre, and healthy fats).
  • They are high in calcium which is crucial for people with disabilities who have low bone density.
  • You can pack them with extra protein and calories if you are healing from a pressure wound.
  • You can add extra fiber to support digestive health and keep your bowels regular (chia seeds, flax meal, or oats are excellent ways to boost fiber in smoothies).
  • They’re a great way to sneak in extra fruit and veggies (such as spinach or kale).
  • They don’t take a lot of time or energy to make, which makes them a great option for days when you’re in pain or extra fatigued. All you need is a blender, like the Omega blender!
  • Smoothies are versatile – there are ENDLESS flavour combos so you can make them everyday and never get bored!
  • They’re also made with affordable ingredients (hello frozen fruit!).

If you’re looking for spill-proof adaptive cup to put this smoothie in, check out this Kennedy Cup!

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This Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie is:

A sliced banana, peanut butter, cocoa powder, chia seeds, milk, and Greek yogurt
A glass of Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie circled by sliced bananas and strawberries

Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

Jackie Silver MHSc, RDJackie Silver MHSc, RD
A 5-minute Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie recipe that's nutritious AND delicious!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine Smoothie, Vegetarian
Servings 1


  • 1 frozen banana
  • 3/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 3/4-1 cup milk of choice (Use less milk or nondairy equivalent for a thicker version and use more milk for a thinner version)
  • 1-2 tbsp flaxmeal or chia seeds
  • 1-2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • Handful of ice cubes


  • Place all ingredients in a blender, starting with the milk and yogurt (this prevents your blade from getting stuck).
  • Blend together until it reaches desired consistency.
  • Pour in a glass. Top with granola or cereal (optional). Drink and enjoy!


For a vegan version, use 1 scoop vegan protein powder and omit Greek yogurt. Add extra ice cubes to thicken. For a lactose free version, use lactose free yogurt.
Photos by Julia Hop Hing
Keyword bone health, calcium, fiber, greek yogurt, neurogenic bowel, peanut butter cup, pressure wounds, protein, smoothie

If you’re looking for more smoothie recipes, check out this chocolate berry smoothie or this blueberry pie smoothie. If you want more breakfast recipes, check out these overnight oats or chia pudding.

As always, make sure to send me a picture or DM on Instagram if you try out the Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie!

A glass of Yogurt Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie circled by sliced bananas and strawberries

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About Jackie

Jackie is a Toronto-based Registered Dietitian whose mission is to empower and support the neurodivergent and physically disabled communities through nutrition. Jackie runs a virtual private practice and blog which has simple recipes and health information tailored to these communities. She loves cooking, exercising, traveling, journaling, and spending time with family and friends.

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