Berry Oat Smoothie
This oat smoothie is one of my favorite smoothies with oats. It doesn’t taste like grains, more like yoghurt with berries. It comes together in 7 minutes, what else can I wish for breakfast?
I like adding frozen bananas to make a creamy texture. If you have ripe bananas that no one wants to eat, this recipe is a perfect way to use them up. You can also bake them before adding to your smoothie.
If you’re searching for a filling morning recipe, this one is a great way to eat something tasty in the morning without spending time cooking your meal.
Oats is a great source of fiber and milk is rich in protein. Blueberries have many health benefits, too. Enjoy your breakfast smoothie, experiment with the ingredients and have a new flavor every day.
Berry Oat Smoothie
This recipe can be your next favorite breakfast meal. This oat smoothie is super simple and really delicious. If you don't have time in the morning, this recipe is a perfect option for your next meal prep. You can make it a day before and keep it in a fridge for up to 12 hours. It will become very creamy and even more delicious.
- 125 ml oats
- 450 ml water
- 125 ml blueberries
- 60 ml raspberries
- 1 banana
- 60 ml Greek yoghurt
- 60 ml almond milk
- 60 ml honey or agave nectar
- 200 ml ice cubes
Take a saucepan, add water and oats. Heat the pan over medium heat, whisk the mixture until they become bubbly. Cook according to the instructions on the package. Place the pan on the counter to cool a bit.
Take a blender, add all the ingredients and the oat mixture. Blend for 3 minutes, the smoothie shouldn't have any clumps. Blending times depend on the power of your mixer, but not over-mix the smoothie.
Add ice and pour the smoothie in a jar. Add blueberries and anything you like, serve immediately.
If you're on a diary-free diet, you can take more almond milk and avoid using the yoghurt. You can make this recipe gluten-free by using gluten-free oats.