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Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie Bowls



We can’t get enough of this thick creamy smoothie bowl which is essentially a
peanut butter smoothie with added crunch, sweetness and texture, and for those of you looking for vegan smoothie bowls, you can substitute the Greek yoghurt for Coconut Yoghurt, and swap the milk for a plant based alternative. 

When you’re looking for healthy smoothie bowl ideas, a great ingredient to start with is Manuka Honey. It sweetens your smoothie without the refined sugar, and the added methylglyoxal provides support for your digestive system as well as natural immunity support. The benefits of Manuka Honey are widely documented, and can support your digestive system as it is rich in prebiotics, high in bio-available bee bread (the oldest superfood known to humans), and because our Manuka Honey is raw and not fine filtered, it is also packed full of bio-available pollen and wax particles – all straight from the honeycomb in our New Zealand Beehives. 

For Keto smoothie bowl lovers, this can easily be one of your treat meals on a ‘break day’ because despite it including carbohydrates, they’re all incredibly nutrient rich and the fibre content will improve digestion and keep your skin glowing.  

Shop your favourite Manuka Honey and Nut Butters (we’ve used Pic’s Peanut Butter – another beautiful 100% natural New Zealand brand that only contains peanuts and a pinch of salt) now so you can create your very own peanut butter cup smoothie bowl   

Enjoy! The Steens Team x 

(p.s – if you’re stuck for smoothie bowl topping ideas, check out our blog Ten Best Smoothie Bowl Topping Ideas for inspo) 

Smoothie Base 

  • 3 cups frozen bananas (or 2x large frozen bananas, chopped) 

  • 1/3 cup Pics Smooth peanut butter 

  • 1 Tablespoon UMF 10+ Steens Manuka Honey 

  • 1/4 cup coconut yogurt 

  • 1/2-1 cup milk (use nut or oat milk for a vegan option) 

  • 2 tsp cocoa powder 

Optional Toppings: 

  • Granola Brand Granola 

  • Chia Seeds 

  • Pomegranate Seeds 

  • Pics Crunchy Peanut Butter or Almond Butter 

  • UMF 20+ Steens Manuka Honey 

  • Sliced Almonds, cashews or macadamia nuts 

  • Coconut Flakes 

  • Frozen or fresh cherries 

  • Or take a look at our Ten Best Smoothie Bowl Toppings blog 



1. In a blender add the bananas, peanut butter, honey, greek yogurt, and milk. Blend until smooth. Add 2 tsp cocoa powder and pulse a couple of times so the cocoa adds brown stripes through the peanut butter base – this gives a beautiful marbled effect. If you prefer your smoothie to be well mixed through, just keep on blending until everything is well combined. 



2. Pop some granola in the base of your bowl, and a layer of peanut butter, a swirl of honey and some frozen cherries. Your honey will turn deliciously caramelly and chewy when the frozen smoothie blend on top, and adds extra texture with the crunchy granola. 



3. Spoon your peanut butter smoothie blend in the bowl on top of your fruit and granola layer 

4. Top with frozen or fresh cherries, pomegranate seeds, chopped cashews, cacao nibs, a drizzle of honey and a spoonful of crunchy peanut butter. Or check out our blog Ten Best Smoothie Bowl Toppings for other ideas. 


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