Start your morning off nourished with a thick and creamy Banana Oatmeal Smoothie. This smoothie tastes like a cozy and delicious oatmeal cookie! We’ve used plant-based wholesome ingredients like oatmeal, bananas, cinnamon and coconut milk.
Packed with fiber and heart-healthy fats, this breakfast smoothie keeps you full for hours and is quick and easy to make. You’ll love this dairy-free, vegan, refined sugar-free oatmeal smoothie recipe! Just throw it in your blender and you’ve got breakfast ready in 5 minutes or less (including cleanup).
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Is it Good To Have a Smoothie For Breakfast?
A smoothie loaded with wholesome and nutritious ingredients is perfect for breakfast. That’s the key—you need fiber, protein and healthy fats to satisfy and fill you up for hours. We think this banana oatmeal smoothie is perfect for breakfast!
Can You Put Oatmeal in a Smoothie?
Yes, you can put oatmeal in a smoothie! You get all the benefits of a bowl of oatmeal in smoothie form. Oatmeal is loaded with fiber, and the fiber from oatmeal boosts the good bacteria in your gut. Whether you need an on-the-go breakfast or you crave a refreshing sippable morning meal, this delicious oatmeal smoothie is a great option.
Health Benefits of an Oatmeal Smoothie
All of the wholesome ingredients in this oatmeal smoothie come together for a healthy and nutritious drink that benefits your digestive system and boosts your heart health.
With irresistible oatmeal cookie flavors, this fiber-packed oatmeal banana smoothie will keep you full for hours and is the perfect start to your day.
If you have a bunch of ripe bananas, you won’t need refined sugar to sweeten this oatmeal smoothie. Banana adds a delightfully sweet flavor without causing your blood sugar to spike. With low-glycemic sugars and pectin, bananas offer the perfect way to thicken your smoothie and lend a creamy texture along with the perfect amount of sweetness.
This recipe calls for frozen bananas, but you can use fresh if that’s all you have. Make sure to add a few ice cubes if using fresh bananas. Frozen bananas will give your smoothie a creamier, thicker texture. To freeze ripe bananas, peel them, cut them in chunks, and place the chunks in a resealable freezer bag. You can also freeze the chunks on a baking sheet for an hour, then place the frozen chunks in a resealable freezer bag to keep the chunks separated.
Oatmeal is loaded with fiber. Not only is the fiber in oatmeal filling, it also helps to lower ldl (bad) cholesterol levels. Fiber is vital to a healthy diet, and the gut-friendly fiber in oatmeal keeps your digestive system running smoothly.
Coconut milk is high in healthy fats and is a tasty alternative to dairy milk. It adds loads of creaminess to this oatmeal banana smoothie while filling you up and nourishing your gut. Coconut milk is one of the best dietary sources of medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which helps to improve heart health and curb the appetite.
Not only does cinnamon add a nice cozy flavor, it has powerful anti-inflammatory properties and is full of beneficial antioxidants. Cinnamon is one of our favorite spices to add to smoothies!Print
Deliciously creamy, with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. This simple smoothie is a delicious plant-based breakfast. Naturally sweet, it makes a great dessert, too!
- 1/2 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
- 1 cup coconut milk
- 1 very ripe banana, frozen
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/2 tsp maple syrup (optional)
- Place all ingredients in blender.
- Blend until smooth and creamy.
- Pour into a glass and enjoy immediately.
If smoothie is too thick, add a little extra coconut milk and blend again. For a thicker smoothie, add another 1/2 frozen banana.
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