This Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie satisfies breakfast AND sweets cravings alike!
I LOVE a good smoothie, especially on busy days when I can make it and take it with me in less than 5 minutes.
This one combines oats, dates and warming cinnamon spice for a delicious sip!
I generally enjoy smoothies for breakfast but lately have been making them my afternoon snack too.
Enjoying smoothies as a snack:
When I crave something sweet this smoothie completely satisfies my sweet-snack cravings AND fills me up until the next meal!
I love the combination of oats, cinnamon and almond butter for some serious cookie flavour.
What delicious and healthy ingredients are in this Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie?
Almond Milk: A great neutral flavour for this smoothie but you can also substitute regular milk or another plant-based milk (oat milk would work great!)
Vanilla Protein Powder: I especially like to use Botanica Health’s plant-based protein powder if I’m enjoying this smoothie post-workout and to keep me full for a couple of hours.
Dates: Are a great source of antioxidants and fibre.
Almond Butter: Adds a bit of protein and healthy fats to this smoothie.
Cinnamon: Brings all the flavours together.
Maple Syrup: Adds a little sweetness and is a great natural sweetener.
Rolled Oats: Makes this smoothie hearty and enhances the oatmeal cookie flavour.
Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie
This Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie is a delicious breakfast AND healthy snack. Plus it's packed with protein and fibre AND tastes like a cookie!
- 1 cup almond milk
- 2 tbsp vanilla protein powder
- 2 dates, pitted
- 1 tbsp almond butter
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp maple syrup
- 1/3 cup oats gluten-free if desired
- 4 ice cubes
- pinch sea salt
In a blender add in all of the ingredients and blend on high for 1-2 minutes until everything is well combined. Makes 1 smoothie.
Substitutes for protein powder: This smoothie gets its slight hint of vanilla from the Botanica Health Vanilla Protein Powder. However, if you’d prefer to use something else, try vanilla yogurt or add extra oats and a dash of vanilla extract.
Whether you have a sweets craving or looking to switch up your smoothie routine, this combination of ingredients makes the most delicious Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie!
If you like smoothies as much as I do, try one of my other smoothie recipes:
Tropical Blood Orange Smoothie
My 5 Favourite Smoothie Recipes
Until the next cooking adventure,
Skipped the ice because I don’t like it in smoothies and just added another spoon of protein powder. My dates were old so I had to blend for longer. This was SUPER delicious. Hit the spot for me and my two buddies!
I love to hear this! It’s so great that you were able to make the smoothie your own too with some tweaks – so glad you enjoyed it!
This smoothie is amazing! Quick and easy to make and taste delicious!
So fantastic! One of my favourites too!