Last updated on March 9th, 2018 at 08:17 pm
A delicious way to use some overnight oats – try this super easy and very tasty healthy oatmeal smoothie for breakfast to get your prebiotics and feel great for the rest of the morning! You’ll only need 4 easy to find ingredients.
I admit. If you had told me to drink a smoothie made from soaked oats, orange, banana and cinnamon a year ago I would say:
“You drink that disgusting mess.” (such a gentle heart)
But as many of us know from cutting our own bangs – You live and you learn.
(I will not provide a picture of how I cut my bangs WAAAYYYYY too short when I was 20 trying to look cool, but ended up looking like something’s so wrong with me. Really, you’d feel sorry)…
Well, this prebiotic smoothie is another surprise of the year (I had many surprises of the year like that I like raw vegan food). Okay, of last year, because I made this healthy drink for the first time last year. And I’m still making it.
Now, thanks to my sister and her husband, this smoothie is parfait (no it’s not a parfait dessert, it’s just so perfect that you have to say the word in French).
Let me give you a little history lesson.
So first it was just banana with overnight oats and a lil’ bit of water blended together. This was pretty good.
Then we added orange. This step made the whole thing about a million times more delicious and super super fresh.
But then my brother in law suggested we add some cinnamon. Now we’ve got a twist in the story.
Cinnamon? What does he even know? After all he doesn’t eat ANY salads and I’m pretty sure his taste buds have retired.
I tried his suggestion anyway, because I try everything.
Now. Let me tell you: I have so much more respect for my brother in law and his taste buds. Because this smoothie is even more perfect with a little bit of cinnamon. Who knew.
Health and Beauty Benefits of this Oatmeal Smoothie
This healthy oatmeal smoothie is great for breakfast. It’s filling, refreshing and it’s super delicious.
Plus it has many health and beauty benefits. Especially for your cardiovascular, skin and gut health.
Oats: cholesterol-lowering and a prebiotic to help your good gut bacteria multiply like there’s no tomorrow. Also great to keep you full for longer and help you lose weight without being hungry.
Banana: another prebiotic to help out your gut health
And cinnamon is a tasty anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-diabetic spice I currently use everywhere.
Oh, and this recipe is a vegan, nut-free and dairy-free (well obviously when it’s vegan…).
A satisfying and refreshing healthy breakfast: this prebiotic oatmeal smoothie will give you stable energy and keep you full all morning.
- 1/3 cup oats
- 1 banana
- 1 orange
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- In the evening: soak oats in water overnight in your refrigerator.
- Juice the orange.
- Add soaked oats, orange juice, banana, cinnamon and a cup of filtered water to your blender. Blend until smooth. (this would be different for all blenders - mine takes about 1 minute at low speed).
- Sprinkle some cinnamon on top and drink.
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