A healthy low carb peanut butter chocolate milkshake that is quick and easy to prepare. Just blend the ingredients in your blender for less than a minute.
Things have been really crazy over the last couple weeks. I’ve had tons of energy, but it seems there’s just not enough of me to spread around.
In addition to working full time and keeping up with this ever growing Low Carb Yum recipe site, I just kicked off a new health and wellness blog. Not to mention, having a very active two year old at home. I’m also in the process of starting up a nonprofit organization with other parents to help local youths.
My older two kids have been spending time writing posts on the new blog at allnaturalideas.com to help build up content. But, I have been doing a lot of work behind the scene to get that site off the ground.
My husband has been coaching youth wrestlers over the last ten years and due to rising costs, the wrestling parents are in the process of starting a nonprofit organization to offset costs so more local youths can benefit from the wrestling program.
It’s amazing how athletics can positively impact kids who come from at-risk families. And my husband has spent a lot of his time and money making sure those kids in particular succeed by supporting them over the years.
I’ve been helping by volunteering my time to get all the paperwork in order to get nonprofit approval. And, I’m building a website for the organization to help get the information out to potential sponsors.
A film crew recently came to the wrestling gym to help put together a documentary video that should help bring attention to help support the cause. A local newspaper got a hold of the story and published an article back in August.
You may have noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of quick and easy low carb recipes lately. It’s really all I’ve had time for, but I do hope to create a few new recipes to share for the upcoming holidays.
This peanut butter chocolate milkshake is something that can easily be made in less than a minute any time you want a little sweet treat. And, it’s designed for a quick single serving so you don’t over-indulge.
I keep all of the ingredients used in this milkshake on hand so it’s something I can quickly put together when a craving for something sweet hits. I only used a few drops of stevia liquid sweetener, but you can add more sweetener if you prefer.
I tried making this peanut butter chocolate milkshake with both peanut butter powder and regular peanut butter. The powder is much easier to blend in so that’s what I like to use.
Be cautious of the PB2 powdered peanut butter because it contains sugar. I buy pure peanut butter powder that contains only peanuts without any added sweeteners or fillers. Peanut flour would probably work too as it’s just powdered peanuts with some fat removed.
Low Carb Peanut Butter Chocolate Milkshake
Peanut Butter Chocolate Milkshake
- Place all ingredients in blender.
- Blend until well combined and frothy.
- Values Array ( [carbohydrates] => 300 [protein] => 50 [fat] => 65 [saturated_fat] => 20 [cholesterol] => 300 [sodium] => 2400 [potassium] => 3500 [fiber] => 25 )
- Carbs: 300
- Fiber: 25
- Protein: 50
- Net Carbs: 275
- Macro: 1560
- % Carbs: 71%
- % Protein: 13%
- % Fat: 38%
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