I love peanut butter. Don't you? If you love peanut butter as much as I do, then you probably remember eating peanut butter right out of the jar as a kid. My Dad knew it was good for me. All I knew was it was tasty. It was so good, I'd tap my toes and smile while eating it!
Well, I'm not a little kid anymore, but I still love peanut butter. As a big kid, I do things just a little differently. I'm on a quest to live healthier and longer so, along side my exercise plan, I include the Ultra-shake in my daily ritual. The shakes are gluten free, packed with protein and they are absolutely delicious.
However, every now and again, I like to shake things up a bit. As much as I crave peanut butter, I need more in my life. I decided to try something new and quite exciting. I added rolled oats to my Chocolate Peanut Butter Ultra-shake. I know it was risky, but, hey... somebody had to do it (LOL).
The results were not bad at all. In fact, they were pretty lip-smacking good, but still something was missing. It wasn't difficult to figure it out. I added a few more things to devise this easy-to-follow Peanut Butter Oatmeal recipe:
Prepare the rolled oats as you normally would, but instead of water, add the Chocolate Peanut Butter Ultra-shake. Grab the peeled banana and slice into your favorite bowl along with the almond slices. It will take less than 15 minutes to prepare, but the effects will last way longer than that.
This is a satisfying meal to have if you are headed for a workout session. I was able to go hard in the gym without feeling hungry or sluggish. It allows you take in carbs, protein, electrolytes and the irresistible taste of chocolate and peanut butter without feeling guilty!
As some of the benefits of the Ultra-shake, your muscles will receive the fuel they need for the work out and prepares them for recovery. In addition, there are 16 super green vegetables, plus antioxidants found in the Chocolate Peanut Butter Ultra-shake that are specifically chosen to restore, detox and rejuvenate all while boosting the metabolism.
You should really try the Peanut Butter Oatmeal recipe. If you don't like it, I will drop and give you 50. That's how sure I am that you will agree with me. Let me know your thoughts or if you have any questions. Until then, happy eating!