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Peanut Butter Pumpkin Protein Shake

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Protein Shake
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It’s Pumpkin Season! Can I get a WHAT WHAT!? Time for this peanut butter pumpkin protein shake to enter your life.

For the next three months, I feel like I have free rein to add pumpkin to ALL THE THINGS. I want to smell it, eat it, drink, and even slather myself down from head to toe in pumpkin lotions. Because PUMPKINS, woot woot!

Yeah. I’m kinda excited.

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Protein Shake for 21 Day Fix

Soooo, I took this chance to incorporate pumpkin into my daily shake routine. And speaking of shake routines, I’ve kind of, um, shaken mine up lately with a new protein powder I’ve been using, and I think you’re going to like it.

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Protein Shake

I’m not a huge meat eater and although I like protein bars, I like that I can get fruits, veggies, and water when I make a shake. So I have one almost every day. I know protein powder can be pretty intense, especially if you’re sensitive to the chalky texture so many of them have…but I’ve sucked it up in the name of Good Health. I usually use Orgain Protein Powder or the Sprout’s brand, but you can use your favorite brand for this recipe.

Since we’re talking about Orgain, though, I just went looking for a link to share from Amazon and THEY NOW HAVE PUMPKIN SPICE flavor. I just ordered some and I’m going to make this recipe with the Pumpkin Sprice protein powder when it arrives. YUM.

I’ve been drinking lots of different shakes lately, but this might be one of my favorites. Don’t be weirded out by the peanut butter and pumpkin combo – the peanut butter gives a rich, creamy bonus to this tasty shake.

Do peanut butter and pumpkin go well together?

Let me tell you the secret to this shake.

The secret is the peanut butter. Unfortunately, peanut butter is limited on the 21 Day Fix. (sad face). So you’ll need to stick to your guns and keep those peanut butter teaspoons under control. But if you’re not on the Fix? Load up on the PB. I would recommend 2 full tablespoons (or whatever amount your current eating plan recommends). Just, ya know, peanut butter. (Speaking of peanut butter, here’s a collection of 21 Day Fix recipes that feature peanut butter).

I am a huge fan of pumpkin and peanut butter together. 

If peanut butter’s not your thing (what.), then you can try this also-delicious Pumpkin Pie Protein shake.

This is for one serving. Because it has a serving of protein, a serving of fruit, healthy fats, lots of water, and can include veggies too (spinach), I use this as a meal replacement.

Ingredients

  • 2 scoops Orgain Protein Powder in Vanilla or Pumpkin Spice (I’ve also used chocolate, just depends on what your tastebuds love and what you have in your panty, I suppose!)
  • about 16 ounces of water
  • about 10 ounces of ice 
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (less if you’re on the 21 Day Fix program)
  • Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • Greek yogurt (optional – I didn’t use it for this shake, but I have used it for others…it adds a little tang and more protein)
  • Cinnamon (to garnish on top)
    21 Day Fix Pumpkin Pie Shake

    Peanut Butter Pumpkin Protein Shake

    Created By Carrie
    This Peanut Butter Protein Shake is a great meal replacement option for the 21 Day Fix!
    Prep Time 5 mins
    Course Breakfast
    Cuisine American
    Servings 1
    Calories 584 kcal

    Ingredients
      

    • 2 scoops 2 scoops vanilla or pumpkin spice protein powder
    • 16 oz water
    • 8-10 oz ice
    • 1 c pumpkin puree
    • 2 tsp peanut butter feel free to add more!
    • pumpkin pie spice to taste

    Optional

    • 3/4 c lowfat Greek yogurt
    • cinnamon to garnish
    • 1 c spinach

    Instructions
     

    • Add all ingredients to blender and blend well. Garnish with cinnamon if desired.

    Notes

    This recipe makes 1 serving. 
    21 Day Fix Container Counts (rounded up/down to the closest 1/4): 1 purple, 2 tsp, 1 red
    With the optional Gree yogurt, add 1 red.
    With the optional spinach, add 1 green. 
    Have you made this recipe? Take a picture and share on Instagram or Facebook and tag @carrieelleblog! 

    Nutrition

    Calories: 584kcalCarbohydrates: 44gProtein: 64gFat: 20gSaturated Fat: 6gPolyunsaturated Fat: 3gMonounsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 133mgSodium: 380mgPotassium: 907mgFiber: 9gSugar: 20gVitamin A: 38228IUVitamin C: 10mgCalcium: 600mgIron: 4mg
    Keyword 21 Day Fix, breakfast, dinner, lunch, peanut butter, protein, pumpkin
    Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was with a rating and review!

     

Blend well and enjoy, sprinkling cinnamon on top (some crushed walnuts or almonds might also be fun on top).

If you’re on the 21 Day Fix, this shake equals 1 red, 1 purple, and 2 teaspoons of oils/nut butters (just use less if you need to). If you add the Greek yogurt, this is bumped up to two reds. If you add spinach, add a green.

Pumpkin Shake and Cute Straw

So, pumpkin lovers…rejoice! You can enjoy your pumpkin and still be making healthy choices!

You can buy Orgain Protein Powder (in Pumpkin Spice) here

You can find a whole collection of delicious pumpkin recipes for the 21 Day Fix here.

 

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I’ve never tried protein powder, but I want to because I’ve just started weight lifting again.

Vanilla flavored daily in the am

I like protein powder added to a “milkshake” or smoothie.

I usually mix it with smoothies!
Thank You for the chance

I do a Vanilla one with blended strawberries and bananas

I like it blended into a shake– preferably chocolate, but this one looks amazing!

blended w bananas n soy milk.

Like it in a shake, smoothie, or yogurt.

I like it with milk and a frozen banana.

ANYTHING peanut butter! Maybe this will be the catalyst to USE my 21 Day Fix!

I like to use protein powder in our breakfast smoothies.

I usually just drink it with milk, but this recipe looks awesome! Last fall I loved making pumpkin smoothies!

I usually drink it with milk! But that recipe looks awesome! I love pumpkin smoothies!

I like to have protein powder mixed with Greek yogurt, fruit and lowfat milk!

I love using it in morning green drinks or mixing it in with plain yogurt!

I love plant protein powder, when I make it I add some chia seed to it the make it a bit more thick.

I like my protein powder in a fruit smoothie or in Almond milk!

not gritty and not chalky! But i like it in a peanut butter banana shake made with PB2 powder

I like protein powder mixed into a smoothie or Greek yogurt.

I add it to homemade nut milk.

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