PB Cup Smoothie Bowl

PB Cup Smoothie Bowl

Calling all peanut butter cup lovers! This delicious PB Cup Smoothie Bowl recipe is packed with nutrients, and it is fully balanced to fuel you up for the day ahead. This is Paleo friendly if you sub in some equally delicious almond butter. Enjoy!

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My morning routine involves a fasted workout of some sort, which is followed by a balanced breakfast to help repair my muscles. I enjoy getting in some form of movement in my mornings before I head downstairs to start the morning grind with my family. My morning movement is something I keep sacred for myself, which is distraction free. I meditate, journal, and complete a workout that serves my body for that particular day. Then, I eventually make it downstairs, make myself some tea, pack lunches, and then save smoothie making until the end. If you are a parent you know that starting your blender before the kids wake up is always a gamble.

I typically use a protein powder that also has a collagen complex. I will use Ancient Nutrition’s Multi Collagen Protein powders or Primal Kitchen’s Collagen Fuel in most of my smoothies. I look for grass-fed collagen powders that are simple in nature without an exhausting list of ingredients. Collagen in general is a great addition to any diet for enhanced hair, skin, joints and digestion. Aside from smoothies I will add this into my coffee, baked goods, energy bites, oatmeal, etc. I grab this from their website or at my local Whole Foods store.

Something that I have carried with me after reading the Body Love series by Kelly LeVeque is that meals and smoothies should have a healthy balance of fiber, protein, healthy fats and greens. So, despite this smoothie looking like a dessert there is actually cauliflower rice in the mix. Frozen cauliflower rice is something I often use in my family’s smoothies, because it is flavorless but packs a punch with nutrients. If you are living a Paleo lifestyle then I would sub in almond butter for the peanut butter, and it is just as delicious. I hope you enjoy this creamy smoothie bowl, and dig into it as often as I do my friends!

PB Cup Smoothie Bowl

Mindful Living With Amanda
Dairy & Gluten Free, Paleo Friendly
Course Breakfast
Servings 1


  • 1-2 scoops chocolate protein powder I portion out the scoops I need to get 20-30g of protein
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter swap in almond butter for Paleo
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened, coconut milk
  • 1 cup frozen, cauliflower rice
  • 1 tbsp ground flaxseed


  • cacao nibs, grain-free granola and additional nut butter


  • Blend all of the smoothie ingredients together in a high-speed blender until smooth
  • Sprinkle on the toppings for some more texture and nut butter goodness


If the smoothie is too thick, add in small amounts of additional coconut milk.  Be careful not to add in too much liquid, so it remains thick for scooping.