Recipe by Scullion
We have these for breakfast regularly, and are great if you're in a rush (get that travel mug ready). It should keep you going all day, but it's quite filling so you might not want to have it right before a workout. Amounts are approximate, and this is great with any kind of fruit.
Top Review by MTpockets
I made this yesterday for breakfast and I really liked it. I shared it with my daughter and I don't think she came up for air until it was gone and then it was only to ask for more! I did add a few small scoops of fat-free frozen yogurt because I wanted mine a little thicker and I didn't have the milk the recipe called for so I just added some vanilla extract to regular milk and used that. I also made it today as well and used different fruit and it was still great. I would have never thought to add oatmeal to a smoothie. I could definately detect the oatmeal in it but I love oatmeal so I didn't mind it but for people that don't I'd suggest blending the oatmeal a little longer than usual with just the milk and yogurt before adding the fruit so the oatmeal will be ground really fine. This was great and it's something I'd like to play around with using different flavors of yogurt and fruit. Thank's!!
- 1 cup plain nonfat yogurt
- 1 banana, peeled and broken into pieces
- 24 frozen blueberries
- 1 cup vanilla-flavored almond milk or 1 cup vanilla-flavored soymilk
- 1⁄3 cup rolled oats