This one’s a no-brainer. This shake is perfect for a quick breakfast on-the-go or before/after a workout. It’s loaded with protein and nutrients and delicious to boot. Oat flour can be purchased or made at home by blending rolled oats to a fine powder. If you’re using a blender to make this shake, then use peanut butter, otherwise use powdered peanut butter. Got a favorite quick shake of your own? Tell me about it…



Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. If using peanut flour and oat flour, you can just use a shaker bottle and shake vigorously. Drink immediately or chill in the refrigerator until cold. The oat flour will settle, so lightly shake between sips.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 drink
Servings per Batch 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories 336
Total Fat 8.5g
Total Carbohydrate 21.5g
Dietary Fiber 1.5g
Sugars 9g
Protein 44g
Filed in Breakfast, Gluten Free, Peanut Butter

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  1. Marta says:

    Lovely shake Nick!
    I like: milk, plain yogurt, banana, PB, pinch of cinnamon, and bran.
    Delicious and, like the Shatner says, “makes fiber your friend”!

  2. giz says:

    oh yeah…this would be fantastic and with vanilla soy milk I’m sure I would love it.

  3. Joanne says:

    It’s one of my favorite shakes. I enjoy adding natural pb to my protein shakes or the powdered pb. Both add that little bit of something that is so satisfying.

    • Nick says:

      Natural pb is definitely superior but it’s doesn’t mix as well. Given a blender though, it’s natural pb every time! The pb flavor just keeps you satisfied for hours!

  4. Katrina says:

    I dunno, I’m loving your chocolate ice cream one with frozen banana and peach, choc protein, a little yogurt and pb. LOVE IT!
    You mention in that recipe that it doesn’t freeze well, but I’ve frozen some and it does become a block of ice, but is perfect after a short time in the microwave! This is making me want some now! ;)

    • Nick says:

      True, given a choice, I would choose the chocolate ice cream every time too. This is only for a quick breakfast on the go, I find it hard to convince myself not to go for the ice cream. I’m so glad you enjoy it! After you nuke it though, is the texture the same as it was before? Or is it more icey. I’ve been meaning to put it in an ice cream maker for a few hours to see if that would prevent it from freezing up solid but I don’t have one…

      • Katrina says:

        Ok, I tried it again yesterday and froze some and just nuked it for a few and tried it again. I suppose you’re right, it is a bit icey, but I still like it! That would be fun to try it in an ice cream maker (I have a new one). Maybe I’ll give it a try!

    • Nick says:

      Oh my….yup, you’re right…I would enjoy that! Nix the ice cream and use a frozen banana along with a few spoonfuls of plain yogurt and voila – a healthified version!

  5. Sagan says:

    Sounds delicious! I’m usually not much of a shake person but chocolate and peanut butter suits me just fine ;)

  6. Jean says:

    I am a smoothie/shake fanatic, and I have one just about everyday. It is a great snack to break up the day at work. I enjoy fruit smoothies, but when I get a sweet tooth I opt for something a bit more decadent. I go for PB, soymilk, frozen banana, and some honey. Delightful!

  7. My all time favorite peanut butter concoction was a mug of hot chocolate that I drank on my honeymoon in Belize and I asked the waiter why the hot chocolate was so good. “What is the secret ingredient in this?” I asked.

    “Peanut butter,” he said.

    I couldn’t believe it. I was not lucky enough to walk away with the recipe but I’ll never forget how rich and creamy that was.

  8. Yasi says:

    One of my favorite ‘shakes’ is a peanut butter-banana-chocolate concoction I like to make for breakfast or lunch sometimes. I freeze a banana overnight after slicing it and put it in a blender with 8 oz. low-fat(plain) soy milk, 1 tblsp natural pb, and 1 tblsp chocolate’s DE-licious

  9. Michal says:

    Y-u-m! This looks so good, ive never thought about making a shake with oatmeal and pb. add a banana in there and you have got three of my all time favorite things :)


  10. Jude says:

    Sounds like a good thing to have before and after a rough workout. Pretty cool how you have a Nutrition Facts widget, by the way.

  11. Yum, some of my favorite things – chocolate and peanut butter…I will definitely have to try this for a post workout treat.

  12. Jamie Walker says:

    Ok, so how have I never seen your blog before? Peanut butter galore! Only of my very favorite things in teh whole world. I use every excuse to add pb to smoothies, eat it from a spoon, on a banana, sandwich, or even with raisins. :)

  13. Michal says:

    mmm that sounds yummy – and super quick too :)

  14. Hey, you ended up trying the PB2! I’ve been away for way too long and am behind on reading your entries (catching up, though!). Happy belated b-day!

  15. Wolf says:

    soy milk? didn’t mention if the soy was organic because 85% of soy is now gmo. genetically modified and dangerous, liver problems and sterilizes some people, not many huma studies but a lot of animal studies and the creatures do not do well on gmo. Monsanto is the evil corp. that is destroying and poisoning our crops. Educate yourself and read “Seeds of Deception”
    Good Luck Stay aware. Stay Healthy.

  16. Courtney says:

    I was inspired to make this gluten-free smoothie after seeing your pb chocolate one. I added a banana and yogurt to mine – quite tasty!

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