Banana oatmeal smoothie - This creamy and filling kid-friendly smoothie is super quick and easy to make and a great way to get a good start in the morning and as an after-school snack.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it has to be a nutritious and balanced meal. Perfect and nutritious breakfast is essential to start a fresh day. This oats and banana smoothie is an ideal recipe on busy mornings or when you don't want to spend more than 10 minutes making your first meal, as it takes just minutes to make. It also makes a great recipe to add to meal plans.
Why you will love banana oats smoothie?
Need only 5 basic ingredients
Smooth and creamy texture
Gets ready in just 5 minutes.
BANANA OATMEAL SMOOTHIE RECIPE VARIATIONS
Flax meal being rich in omega 3 fatty acids and fiber makes a fantastic addition that boosts health benefits.
You could add creamy peanut butter that blends up nicely and adds a protein
The vanilla extract or ground nutmeg could be added to enhance the flavour of the smoothie.
Replace milk with fruit yogurt for a thicker consistency and extra fruit flavour. Even a plain greek yogurt adds a lovely texture and taste.
Cocoa powder makes a great addition to entice kids.
For a vegan version, use any plant based milk - oat milk, almond, soy or coconut milk.
Banana: 1, roughly chopped
Oats: ½ cup
Coconut sugar: 1 tbsp
Ground cinnamon: ¼ tsp
Milk: ½ cup
How to make banana oatmeal smoothie?
Place oats in a blender and blend until crumbly or coarse powder.
Now add rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth or until you reach desired consistency.
Enjoy delicious and super nutritious banana oatmeal smoothie.
For the vegan version, substitute plant-based milk such as coconut milk or almond milk for dairy milk.
Adjust milk based on required consistency.
You can replace the coconut sugar with maple syrup, honey, jaggery or any healthy sweetener.
Tips and Tricks
I wouldn't suggest adding ice cubes as they thin the smoothie down. Instead, use chilled milk and frozen banana to ensure the oatmeal banana smoothie is thick and super chilled.
Adjust the milk to get the required consistency.
Too thick: add more milk to thin the smoothie down.
Too thin: add banana or oats to thicken the smoothie.
Both old fashioned rolled oats and quick oats work in this recipe. So use whichever you have on hand.
It is a filling breakfast smoothie that keeps you full until lunchtime.
This banana oat smoothie tastes best when consumed immediately. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge or freezer to use later. However, the taste may not be as good as freshly made.
Fridge: Store leftover smoothie in an airtight container or a jar with a lid on in the fridge and finish it off in a day.
Freezer: Consider storing the leftover smoothie in the freezer for a longer shelf life. Either store it in a freezer-safe mason jar with a lid on it or in an ice cube tray.
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📖 Recipe Card
Banana oatmeal smoothie
- 1 Blender
- Place oats in a blender and blend until crumbly.½ Cup Oats
- Now add rest of the ingredients and blend until smooth or until you reach desired consistency.1 Banana, 1 Tablespoon Coconut sugar, ¼ Teaspoon Ground cinnamon, ½ Cup Milk
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