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    Phase 3 hCG Desserts: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie - Week 3 P3tolife | 145 cal | 9g protein | 9g fat | 5g net carbs

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    Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie

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    Meal Plan Category: Week 3
    Recipe: Dessert / Snack, Drinks
    Servings: 1 serving
    Calorie: 145kcal
    Net Carb: 5g



    High Powered Blender:

    • Add liquids/soft ingredients first, then ice, and blend.


    • Add ice first, then rest of ingredients on top. Do crush function first to crush ice. Scrape sides with spatula, then blend.


    • You will likely need to scrape the sides with a spatula a time or two.


    *Some PB2’s have a lot of sugar, which we don’t want. The one I’ve linked to in the tools guide & here, has only 1 gram of sugar per 2 tbsp, & we only use 1 tbsp in the recipe it calls for, so this is ½ a gram of sugar – the same you would consume in any bacon. So to me this is an acceptable miniscule amount, while it adds great flavor. There’s 4g sugar per 1 tsp, so ½ gram of sugar is 1/8th of a tsp. See? Told ya! Suuuper tiny.
    **STEVIA NOTES: 1 scoop = the scoop that comes in stevia bottle = 1/32 of tsps = 1 packet stevia. If you do not have any of this, a fewlight shakes. If you do not like stevia, use more erythritol-based sweetener to compensate. It's not nearly as sweet so per scoop you may need to add 1-3 more tsp. to taste. Please see the Sweeteners tutorial under the Shopping tutorials section. Video tutorials of these smoothies in the Dessert Smoothies Course 
    ***So I’ve discovered ice cube size can vary! These are made with ice-cube trays purchased online. If you make your smoothie and it seems too watery/liquidy and not thick like the photo or the video tutorials don’t worry, you aren’t crazy! Your ice-cubes are just smaller. Either add more icecubes or buy some trays online to use. The point is your smoothie should be kind of hard to blend- that’s how thick it should be.
    Yields: 1 serving


    Calories: 145kcal | Carbohydrates: 11g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 9g | Fiber: 6g | Net Carbs: 5g