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Today is National Peanut Butter & Jelly Day! And to celebrate, you can easily turn the flavors of your child’s favorite sandwich into a smoothie! A PB & J smoothie can be a quick and healthy weekday breakfast alternative for busy families. This smoothie takes very little time to make (with just 4 ingredients) and it has plenty of protein, calcium and other nutrients to provide a steady stream of energy throughout the morning at school.┬áKids seem to like the familiar flavors of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and of course the best part – no crusts!

Avoiding peanuts? Not a problem. You can easily swap the peanut butter for any other nut or seed butter like almond, soy, cashew, sunflower seed, etc.

Here are a few fun PB & J Facts:

  • It is estimated that the average American school child will have gobbled through 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before graduating from high school.
  • When surveyed, 96% of people said that they put the peanut butter on before the jelly.
  • Celebrate – April 2nd is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day!

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  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender or smoothie maker. Blend on medium/high speed until consistency is smooth. Makes 2 (8 oz) servings.

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  1. Elizabeth

    I tried this today and it was super good. I recently discovered your blog and I love every recipe you have. I’ve tried several and all of them have been a hit in my house.

  2. Littles Rossi

    Yum! Peanut Butter, Jelly & I will certainly be sharing a PB&J sangwich today!

  3. who the heck is jelly?

  4. @ Elizabeth…that’s great to hear! Thanks for the feedback!

    @ Littles… how’d they like the sangwich?

    @ Matt…you know Jelly.

  5. Kimberly Lopez

    Just discovered your blog & I love it! But I can never see the ingredients only the directions :/ ..I’m on a kindle fire.

  6. Kell

    Add me to the list of people who can never see the ingredient list, only directions; it’s very frustrating and keeps me from checking this blog as often as I otherwise would. Maybe you need to check your layout’s compatibility and update it…

  7. Kimberly is there anyway you can take a screenshot of the issue? I can’t reproduce the bug but appreciate the feedback. Please shoot me an email and explain it a little more in depth. Thanks!

  8. @ Kimberly and Kell….thanks for the feedback. If viewing this site on an iPad, make sure to click on the blue box with the three lines that is located in the right hand corner at the top of each post to view the ingredients, nutrition facts and social sharing options.

  9. Kimberly Lopez

    Ohhh. Okay got it thanks!! :)

  10. corrin

    So going to try this in the morning

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