A Berry Banana Oat Smoothie is a great way to start any morning. It’ll fill you right up!
Smoothies are such a versatile breakfast option! You can have green smoothies with kale and spinach, orange smoothies with tropical flavors, or purple smoothies with blueberries.
Smoothies can come in flavors like pumpkin, caramel, or even dragonfruit! You guys already know that I’m not one to shy away from a smoothie flavor challenge. Or a challenge to add all sorts of benefits into a smoothie!
Speaking of benefits, this berry smoothie has what we all need in the mornings: an energy boost. Skip the energy drinks and the instant coffee, and sip on this smoothie instead!
Oats boost energy levels with the protein they give to your body. Ingesting oats several hours before a run can improve endurance. Along with that, oats boost heart health with calcium and potassium.
Now this banana smoothie recipe combines tasty berries, oats, banana, and creamy milk & yogurt to make the perfect breakfast smoothie. You can even make it into an energy smoothie bowl if you’d like, with berries and granola topping it off!
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Strawberries fill you with fiber, antioxidants, and magnesium.
Raspberries are rich in potassium, omega-3 fatty acids, and can help to lower blood pressure.
Oats can help to lower the bad cholesterol in your body and fill you with fiber.
Banana is a source of prebiotics, a good bacteria in your gut. They can help with lactose intolerance and give support to your immune system.
Along with those ingredients, you will need yogurt, milk, and vanilla extract.
Find the full printable recipe with specific measurements below.
How to make an Energy Boosting Berry Banana Oat Smoothie
Step 1: Blend the ingredients
Blend all ingredients together until smooth. For a sweeter flavor, add 1-2 tsp of honey or maple syrup.
- Use frozen berries for a chilled smoothie, so you don’t need ice cubes.
- Adding Greek yogurt makes this smoothie creamy and adds more protein!
- Use almond milk or other plant based milks for a dairy free smoothie. It pairs well with fresh fruit and the quick oats.
- For Gluten Free option, use GF oats.
Absolutely! Adding nuts or seeds like chia or flax seeds can boost the nutritional value of the smoothie.
Yes, feel free to experiment with different berry combinations according to your taste and availability.
Other Strawberry Breakfast Smoothies to Try
Another filling and fruity smoothie to enjoy for breakfast is this creamy Strawberry and Banana Almond Smoothie.
And this refreshing fruity Strawberry and Apricot Smoothie is a kid friendly morning or afternoon drink.
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Energy Boosting Berry Oat Smoothie
- ½ cup unflavored yogurt, (I used coconut)
- 1 cup milk
- 1 frozen banana
- ⅔ cup raspberries, (fresh or frozen)
- ⅔ cup strawberries
- 1 Tbsp rolled oats
- ¼ tsp vanilla extract
Blend all ingredients together until smooth. If you want more sweet flavor, you can add 1-2 tsp of honey or maple syrup.½ cup unflavored yogurt,, 1 cup milk, 1 frozen banana, ⅔ cup raspberries,, ⅔ cup strawberries, 1 Tbsp rolled oats, ¼ tsp vanilla extract
- For a GF option, substitute oats to gluten free.