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Chocolate Shake for Dinner

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Because you can. I’m giving you permission.

This makes a perfect blender batch for 1 person. If you’re feeding 2 mouths, just run the blender twice, like I did.

I really don’t think any more needs to be said. No one needs twisting their arm when it  comes to chocolate shakes.

Make sure you check out the nutritional stats though – they are impressive!

The other plus to making this for dinner is there are way less dishes to wash. For someone without a dishwasher, this made tonight even more awesome. That’s what I said.

Chocolate Shake for Dinner

    This makes a little over 32 oz of smoothie - perfect for your very own chocolaty dinner smoothie!

    Why is it so great for dinner?

    It contains 787 Calories - 22g Fiber - 10g Fat - 12g Protein - 66% B6 - 19% Folate - 25% Vitamin A - 51% Vitamin C - 50% Vitamin D - 104% Vitamin E - 99% Calcium - 19% Copper - 25% Iron - 34% Magnesium - 64% Manganese - 14% Phosphorus - 88% Potassium


    • 2 frozen bananas
    • 1 fresh but ripe banana
    • 1 teaspoon natural peanut butter
    • 2 tablespoons Navitas Naturals raw cacao
    • 5 medjool dates, pitted
    • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean powder
    • 2 cups almond milk


    1. Add to a blender and blend baby blend!!!

    Enjoy!!! xoxo

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    1. Stephanie says:

      This looks absolutely delicious!! Is that your preference for raw cacao? I’m sure I could find some around here…any other recommendations?

    2. Lisa says:

      Hey there!
      I really enjoy this shake but I find it gives me hip and stomach aches:/ I was thinking it’s either the amount of potassium from the cocoa & bananas or just the dates themselves? at first thought the bananas we’re not ripe enough…Has anyone experienced this as well?

      • Hi Lisa – Sorry for the late reply. I’m not sure. I would try this at breakfast on an empty stomach and see if it still upsets your stomach. Sometimes (and I haven’t figured out what I’ve eaten prior) I find a smoothie of all bananas upsets my stomach, kind of like gas pains, but it’s because I’ve had it later in the day after another meal. I don’t think it’s a potassium thing, more of a order of eaten issue.