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Banana-Oat Smoothie

  • Servings: 1
Banana-Oat Smoothie

Source: Everyday Food, November 2008


  • 1/4 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup plain low-fat yogurt
  • 1 banana, cut into thirds
  • 1/2 cup fat-free milk
  • 2 teaspoons honey
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon


  1. In a blender, combine oats, yogurt, banana, fat-free milk, honey, and cinnamon; puree until smooth. Serve immediately.

Reviews (20)

  • Ebonyxox 16 Feb, 2015

    How many calories would you say were in this?

  • Sonya George 15 Jan, 2015

    I made this one this morning. It tasted great, but I would add frozen banana chunks because the drink was not cold enough for me.

  • Celia Lind 3 Sep, 2014

    Can i make this smoothie 1 or more days before i drink it?

  • Firye 20 Jun, 2014

    I tried it and it's delicious! But I cooked the oatmeal and I was wondering if you did that too or it was unbacked?

  • Pandora 10 Dec, 2014

    I made one this morning using the recipe with uncooked oats. I liked it but it was too much for me to finish.

  • rainbowflamingo 19 Jun, 2014

    I added 5 ice cubes because I like my smoothies cold and I usually use frozen fruit. We didn't have plain yogurt so I used vanilla yogurt and vanilla soymilk in place of the milk. I omitted the honey. It cam out creamy, refreshing, and delicious! This smoothie is a great pick me-up or breakfast. It is filling!

  • castleofillusion 21 Jan, 2014

    I love this smoothie and often have it for breakfast. I am in the UK and keep meaning to convert the measurements but luckily I have a trusty measuring device that can measure in cups! I have adapted this recipe slightly, using half milk and half soya mill (1/4 cup of each) or sometimes just all soya milk. I replace honey with agave nectar and add in a scoop of unflavoured protein powder to compliment my gym sessions. Sometimes i add a tablespoon of peanut butter. It tastes absolutely delicious!

  • Joy Mayer 23 Aug, 2013

    I loved this recipe, but my kids wouldn't drink it. The texture is odd — it's full of little flecks of oats — and that totally turned them off. Great taste, though.

  • Katie Englund 30 Jul, 2013

    This recipe was DELICIOUS - I just added a little bit of ice to mine to give it that true "iced-smoothie" texture.

  • rnugs 8 Jul, 2013

    This smoothie was great after my workout. Was surprisingly filling. I used greek yogurt and agave, and it still tasted delicious! I meant to add some ground flax seed and forgot.

  • Lydia- 26 Jan, 2013

    I added 1/2 a cup of fresh orange juice and a handful of ice.

  • Julyn 4 Apr, 2012

    Finally found a quick and delicious way to enjoy oat. Thank you..

  • jennifergg123 31 Jan, 2012

    Fantastic! I didn't have any yogurt on hand, so I substituted 1/4 cup of 2% milk and 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder. It turned out great!

  • estela6h 15 Mar, 2011

    Soo easy and delicious!

  • mbylaw 9 Nov, 2010

    Yummy! I like this chilled, if I can wait that long. :) Good and thick! Another great smoothie recipe - yay!

  • BakerCon 2 Nov, 2010

    This is an awesome smoothie. I added about 10 ice cubes. Mmmm!!

  • adeleyfrenchie 15 May, 2010

    This was perfect for me ! I had one overripe banana and didn't know what to do with it ... voila the answer : A delicious smoothie in about 60 seconds ! Yum...

  • mrtourne 28 Jan, 2010

    This was good, but the second time I went easier on the cinnamon and liked it better (cinnamon killed the banana flavor at the ratio mentioned above). I suggest to start with about1/8 teaspoon, taste it, and if you want more then add more...

  • jshall27 5 Jan, 2010

    This is soooo good! My whole family liked it. Even my husband who is very hard to please.

  • meganrachel 13 Oct, 2009

    This is a very filling, tasty, and fast breakfast. A good smoothie for the colder season.

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