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Secret Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake {THM-FP, Low Carb, Sugar Free}

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One of my favorite on-the-go breakfasts is a milkshake (okay, to make it sound better, we could call it a smoothie, but it’s really like a milkshake)! I like the combo of chocolate and peanut butter, but I wanted to make a Fuel Pull shake – something light that would still fill me up.

If you are a Trim Healthy Mama, you already know the benefits of the super food “secret ingredient” included here. The star is . . . OKRA! Okra is good for regulating blood sugar and is also good for your intestinal health!

Now, I can already hear it – okra in a milkshake? Ewww, the slime! But hear me out – the key to using okra in your drinks is to blend it while the okra is still frozen. I promise, I have never felt “slime” in my milkshakes or smoothies when I blended it frozen (and you can’t taste it). So give it a try! Even my seven year old daughter slurped this down – and she had no idea it had okra in it (or cottage cheese)!

The other star ingredient in this recipe is peanut flour. This lowers the fat content without sacrificing flavor! Cottage cheese and collagen give added protein, while the okra adds superfood power to your “ordinary” milkshake!

Secret Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake {THM-FP, Low Carb, Sugar Free}

  • 1/2 cup okra (I use 1/2 cup, but you could certainly use 1/4 cup to start if you are nervous about it!)
  • 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese
  • 3 Tablespoons water or unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 Tablespoon Gentle Sweet
  • 1 heaping Tablespoon cocoa powder
  • 2 Tablespoons De-fatted Peanut Flour
  • 1 Tablespoon Integral Collagen
  • Dash vanilla
  • 4 – 7 ice cubes
  1. In single serve blender cup (or regular blender), combine first three ingredients (okra, cottage cheese and water or almond milk) and blend well, until okra is completely blended.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and blend well. I have found that if I use my single serve Ninja blender, I need to start with 4 ice cubes – blend that well, then add a few more.
  3. If it seems too thick, simply add a bit more water or unsweetened almond milk.

As written, this is a Fuel Pull for Trim Healthy Mamas. If you want an S instead of FP, simply add 1 heaping Tablespoon natural peanut butter in place of the peanut flour.

If you are looking for more ways to use peanut flour, check out my Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough!

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14 thoughts on “Secret Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake {THM-FP, Low Carb, Sugar Free}

  1. Dear My Montana Kitchen,

    I am wondering if maybe you left out some of the water/almond milk out of your choc peanut butter milkshake recipe, but my milkshake Only made 1/2 glass. It is my mistake b/c logically 3 Tab of water/almond milk wouldn’t make anything.
    I do have a very high speed blender soo all the ice, okra was completely blended.
    What I did make was yummy,
    And I do understand it’s a FP but I need to have this amount to last for 3 hrs..doubt it..😐

    1. This recipe usually makes a single serve Ninja cup full. You can always add some cottage cheese and berries, or collagen coffee to keep you full for longer! ☺️

  2. I made this yesterday for mid afternoon snack and again tonight for dessert. Followed directions as written and it turned out perfect. Love all things peanut butter and chocolate. This shake is no exception!! Thanks for sharing it.

  3. Had the Secret ingredient chocolate peanut butter shake this morning. LOVE!

    I didn’t have peanut flour and used De-fatted PB Powder instead. Didn’t use any sweetener cause didn’t need for my taste. Did the swap knock it off THM?

    1. Yay! I’m so glad you liked it! It would still be THM as long as your De-fatted PB Powder did not have any sugar in it. πŸ˜‰

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