***Discovered that the Juice Plus link was to Vitamix! It’s corrected now!! Sorry ;).***
We know what you’re thinking!!! But, even if the name is kind of sick sounding, the taste and the calorie-bang-for-your-buck is awesome! Let us know what you think and also if you have any ways you like to jazz up your smoothies healthfully!
Juice Plus Complete Dutch Chocolate 1 scoop
Almond Milk, 1 Cup
Handful of Spinach
2 Packets of Truvia (to taste)
1 cup Ice
1 tbsp sugar free butterscotch pudding mix
Water to taste
Add ingredients to blender (Blendtec, Vitamix) and blend to desired consistency.
27 thoughts on “GREEN Butterscotch Smoothie”
Hey ladies! I am always looking for new ways to have a protein smoothie/shake…. I just have one question. The protein powder, do you find that the brand you use is good tasting? or does it have a protein powder flavor, because the one i use gags me!
I love this one! It’s the best tasting I’ve found. Though expensive and a little more workout/recovery related the Progenex ones are good too (Olivia like those)!
Thank you so much! I will give it a try! I know you know your flavors/tastes 🙂
Where do you buy he Juice Plus Complete?! Thank you!
Check out the link to their site in the post!
Yum Yum Yum! I kinda wanna make this shake now!!! Looks heaven and only 172 cals?? What can be better??? Hannah did you stop eating peanut butter altogether? I love peanut butter too but I don’t eat it everyday and thanks to you ladies I’m hooked on the pb2. Can I add that instead of the butterscotch?
Love you both soo much! Keep the videos and posts coming… I live on them!
Is juice plus the only protein powder you use? I’m kind of struggling with finding the right one since there are so many out there. As of now I use nutraBio. Ever heard of it? If you can please check it out and let me know what you think.. Thanks so much!
Where do you buy he Juice Plus Complete?! Thank you!
There’s a link to their site above!
Can you use the Coconut milk insead or would that give it a differnt taste. Also I’m a big fan off mounds do you think you could make a smoothie that taste like a mounds candy bar? I found a way to make a low cal dessert with reduced fat ricotta cheese,dark chocolate chocolate powder coconut extract and stevia. taste like a mounds candy bar.
I’m all about the smoothie add-ins — never thought to add the pudding mix but I’m definitely going to give it a shot.
Oh my goodness, this looks delicious. I’m like Olivia about my veggies-I struggle to get those but have no trouble with fruits. Adding a little bit of the pudding mix is genius. There are so many flavors you could probably try with this that would be yummy!
OMG this is brilliant! Also, would never have thought to put protein powder in the kiddos smoothies (my four-year-old is on a chicken boycott right now and i’m always looking for ways to get protein into her)! Awesome! I just made one myself, minus the pudding mix bc we don’t have it in the house. Hey-o! You girls rock!
NO JOKE this was soooo good! i just made it and gagged the entire time thinking about tasting it….was ready to tweet you girls that it was disgusting and what are you thinking and then…….VIOLA! i tried it and sucked the whole thing down. it was SOOOOOO GOOD!!!! my new fave! YUM!
I’m drinking it right now…I think I’m in butterfinger heaven!
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OMG… I tried the recipe todayit was just like eating a butterfringer candy bar….Love it
I made it and everyone in my house thought it coconut in it instead of spinach. I didn’t tell them any different until after they finished. Lol. It was a big hit. Thanks for all the information you guys give.
Sooooooo goooooood. I have fight labs protein powder (it was given to me), so it brought up my calorie count a bit. I also used 2 cups of spinach. Total calories = 229! Thank you!
Hey ladies…omg this is the best smoothie ever…. thank you for taking time and helping keep those who struggle daily with healthy options. Makes it easier and exciting to come to your site that keeps it real and simple. You are wonderful people!
I added spinach last week to all my smoothies and LOVE it! Thanks for the push to get more veggies!
I made this and I put it in a very dark tumbler and let my hubby try it, and he loved it. He would of never tried it if he saw it was green. SO please don’t let the green stop you.. its very yummy. Im personally using Jillians Chocolate with this recipe. Yea!! Love it!!! So glad to have a change, thanks again ladies.. you continue to rock it!
Awesome! I just tried it and it was delicious! There was so much in it (I added a cup of water) I had to halve it, but it’s really good. I used Pure Protein because it was on hand, but with halving it helped lower the calories. I also used only 1/2 cup of skim milk to bring down calories. It ended up being about 107.5 calories when I halved it (215 total). My mom can’t eat veggies raw because of stomach issues but she didn’t have any problems with this. A great way to get extra protein and greens.
This looked so yummy BUT I have Meniere’s disease which means I have to eat VERY low sodium. The pudding mix alone would add 310 mg sodium…yikes… so I improvised and in place of the butterscotch pudding I used 2T of PB2 (the dry peanut butter- 45 calories and 5 grams of protein) and 1 tsp of cacao nibs (minimal calories).
OMG..OMG… there was still a bit of crunch from the cacao nibs and it tasted like a butterfinger blizzard from Diary Queen.. no kidding.. I also used powdered greens, very concentrated, rather than spinach. THANK YOU for the inspiration. I like the idea of no fruit, I tend to eat too much fruit. What a wonderful duo you both are!!
This is soooooo good!!!!
Best smoothie ever!!!!!!!!
OMG! LOVE This. I’ve never been a smoothie girl but I’m 100% all in now. Thanks for this great recipe.