In a blender, blend together the banana, cauliflower, protein powder, peanut butter, salt, and ½ cup of milk to start. Depending on the consistency you are going for and how high powered your blender is, add the remaining ¼-1/2 cup of milk.
Add in the chocolate chips/cocoa nibs and blend again until they have turn into bits.
Pour into your favorite glass and enjoy!
This smoothie can be 1-2 servings. I usually drink a while one for a meal, or half for a snack.
Frozen bananas are the best for smoothies. I sometimes buy an extra bundle at the store, bring them home and peel them to go right into the freezer. That way I always have a stash on hand for a quick smoothie or bowl!
I buy riced cauliflower in the frozen section of my grocery store. It's great because it already comes riced and it's so easy to scoop into smoothies.
If you like thick smoothies, start with less milk and add gradually until you get a thickness you like. If you add too much and your smoothie is too thin, blend in a few ice cubes.
You can customize this smoothie to your liking- you can halve the banana or peanut butter, use chocolate protein powder (or no protein powder), and add more veggies like spinach.
Make this into a smoothie bowl by using less milk (for a thicker consistency) and adding things like granola, chia seeds, sliced banana, strawberries, cocoa nibs, shredded coconut, and drizzled peanut butter.