Peanut Butter Banana Protein Soft ServePosted: September 6, 2012
good morning! 🙂
before I share with you the Peanut Butter Banana Protein Soft Serve I had last night (woof thats a mouthful of a title right?!), lets look at some eats from yesterday!
PUMPKIN SPICE IS BACK-in case you didn’t know..which you probably did. I’m more a fan of the hot pumpkin spice lattes then the iced but it was 90 degrees and humid yesterday (wtf?) so I couldn’t stand the thought of drinking a hot latte
during the school year i try REALLY hard to not buy coffee and make my own at home but when pumpkin spice season comes around its a little harder to resist!
yesterday’s lunch was a salad with avocado, tomato, scallions, goat cheese, a trader joes salmon burger, and a fried egg on top
i set off the fire alarm trying to cook my salmon burger..that is the 3rd time since I’ve been at school that I’ve set off the alarm. ooopsie
last night for dinner I tried another new recipe! my friend Amy from Mac and Cheese and Peas (best blog name ever right?!) posted a recipe for israeli couscous with roasted eggplant which I bookmarked last week and made last night for dinner! SO delicious..there is cinnamon in the dressing which makes it a little sweet and savory at the same time
i had one of the leftover spinach feta turkey burgers alongside
after dinner last night I digested and went to Zumba! I have rekindled my love for Zumba since I’ve been back at school..its such an amazing work out and so much fun to do!
lindsay and I meant to take a sweaty selfie afterwards but we forget..ugh. next week we will!
after Zumba I came home hungry and decided there was only one thing I wanted
Peanut butter Banana Protein Soft Serve
- 1 frozen banana
- 1/2 cup plain greek yogurt
- 1/2 tbsp peanut butter
- 1/2 packet sweetner of choice (I use truvia)
- splash of almond milk (if needed)
- place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until everything is incorporated.
note: I used a mini food processor so I had to add a splash of almond milk to get things all blended together (maybe because the blade on my food processor isan’t as sharp?) but a blender would work just as well!
I’ve seen so many versions for banana soft serve around the blog world and I can’t believe it took me so long to make a version of my own
now i have the urge to go out to the store and buy about 20 bananas just for freezer purposes..
time to go get some school work done!
I hope everyone has a great day!
and for all the college students reading (TGIT-thank god its thursday!!!)
Questions for ya!: Have you ever tried making banana soft serve?
Are you a fan of Zumba?