Healthy PB&J Smoothie Recipe From a Celebrity Trainer

A day’s worth of fiber in one glass, and it doesn’t taste like cardboard? Believe it. This PB&J smoothie from celebrity trainer Harley Pasternak spilleth over in fiber-filled strawberries. Throw a dollop of peanut butter in there, add some ice, and you’ve got a smoothie on your hands that tastes just like dessert!


  1. That's almost identical to my daily breakfast, which is 30g vanilla protein powder, 200g skimmed milk, 250g 0% fat free greek yogurt, 75g peanut butter, 200g frozen strawberries. I prefer to use frozen strawberries, so I don't have to add ice. I generally try to avoid adding ice or water to recipes, if there is an alternative, because I don't want to water down the flavour. I wouldn't really say it's that high in fibre though, it's only about 10g from just under half of my daily calories and I like to get at least 40g of fibre per day.

  2. can you gain weight from this one???

  3. I'm going to guess from eyeballing it that it's about 1/2 cu ice, 1 cu strawberries, 1/2 cu banana, 1 TB of peanut butter and 1/2 cu milk, but I'd love the real recipe if anyone from Popsugar wants to comment! πŸ˜‰

  4. If you want to make it more of a dessert , you can add some dark chocolate because it's healthier than regular chocolate, and cocoa is good for your heart ?☺️

  5. What are the measurements for each ingredient?

  6. Y didn't you'll mention the measurements to the ingredients or atleast put it in the description box, or include a look to the recipe.

  7. I like that this recipe wasnt in hurry! looks delicious, I would change peanut butter for almond butter πŸ™‚

  8. How much peanut butter do you add? Also what brand is the blender?

  9. What are the ingredient amounts?

  10. Matthew, you're hilarious! Thanks for the recipe, simple, healthy and delicious.

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