12 oz Soymilk
Two Green Scoops of:
One Green Scoop of:
You can alter this recipe by doing 4 oz apple juice for Soy, and take out the blueberries.
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Ok so after almost a year of working at Jamba Juice, I made the perfect pb and j. Here is the recipe for an original.
5oz Mixed berry
4 oz soy milk
1 oz choc. base
3 blue scoops froyo
3 scoops peanut butter
1 blue scoop rasberry sherb.
1 blue scoop rasberry
1 blue scoop blueberry
PB & J Smoothie
No Low Cal Dairy Base
Sub Soy Milk
Sub Peanut Butter
Blended raspberries give that chewy bread taste that mimics the granola. Give it a shot.
I like to add the protein boost, makes it nice and thick!
What are Green Scoops?
2 Blue Scoop Fro Yo
1 Blue Scoop Rasberry Sherbert
2 Purple Scoops Peanut Butter
1 Blue Scoop Blueberry or Strawberry (Whatever You Like)
-Optional- Granola or Flax & Fiber
This actually tastes beter if you use 2oz berry juice and 6oz soy milk in the smoothie.
does dis actually taste like a samich? lolz
I was only able to taste peanut butter when I ordered this. I think there needs to be less in it and more “jelly”.
berry fulfilling extra peanut butter is the easiest way to make the PB&J and tastes exactly like it!
Ok for pb and j you should do 4 oz soy, 4 oz raz jc, 4 green fro yo, 1 green raz and 2 pb
Sounds pretty good.
6 oz pomegranate
One fro yo
One rasp. Sherbet
One blueberry or banana
Three p’nut butter
Add flax and fiber boost…it gives it that bread flavor
this drink iz great! but after a while i got bored wit it:( so no more than a sixteen!
The variant of the the PB&J I prefer is the following:
Peanut Butter Moo’d
Sub Soy Milk for Pomegranate
Sub Banana for Strawberry or Blueberry
Does pomegranate really go well with peanut butter?
You can try substituting 4 oz of Raspberry juice for soymilk, one scoop of strawberries, and 4 of fro yo and 3 of the scoops they use to scoop peanut butter.
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