Does this not look like the breakfast of champions?
This recipe is an example of the transitive law of food actually working. For those unaware or unsure of the reference: the transitive law (which appears in logic and mathematics…not that those two are mutually exclusive) says “if A ~ B and B ~ C then A ~ C”. Here we’re going to let A,B and C be foods and we’re going to let ~ signify “works with”. The transitive law frequently fails in culinary settings. Example of failure: honey mustard works with chicken and chicken works with marinara but honey mustard does NOT work with marinara.
But now…if we let A = almond butter, B = bananas, and C = chocolate….suddenly the world makes sense again.
This recipe is quick, simple and tasty. Oh, and additional benefits: you don’t have to get dressed, go outside your home, or pay $5 at Smoothie King for it.
BANANA CHOCOLATE CHIP SMOOTHIE
- Yogurt (plain. Fat free or regular)
- Chocolate chips
- Almond butter
- Slice your bananas. Place them on a plate and freeze for at least 15 minutes.
- In a blender, put in .5-1 cup yogurt, the bananas, a few large tablespoons of almond butter, and chocolate chips.
- Mix until you’ve got the consistency you want, and serve.