5 Reviews

Making this I got two very tall drinks out of it & that was fine with us ~ Our smoothies are usually about 16 ounces each! Used frozen berries & cherries & some very much softened frozen vanilla yogurt along with the quarter cup of rolled oats (Quaker)! Often I'll include the oats in a smoothie as long as there's enough fruit to do the flavoring properly! Your recipe is great & we loved the cool smoothies we got from it! Thanks for sharing a great recipe! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]

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Sydney Mike August 11, 2011

Good smoothie. I did use frozen fruit so I left out the ice cream (also because I made this as a breakfast smoothie). The only type of instant oatmeal we had was cinnamon and spice flavor. 1/4 cup is about half of a single serving packet. It add a nice flavor to the smoothie. Thank you for the recipe. Made for Sweet Traditions tag game.

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swissms November 21, 2009

I did a serving for 2 but left out the oats. Little Miss DD downed this in no time, thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** January 06, 2009

This was a good drink, but the oats made it taste kinda odd. Next time I would leave them out and add more milk or less syrup or fruit.

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anme August 24, 2008

This made a nice thick shake. I like the use of the oats to make this that extra bit healthy. I am not sure I needed the chocolate sauce with the sweet fruit but it didn't actually turn out to be as overly sweet as I had feared. So, this is a tasty way to get some fruit in your kids and you.

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Sarah_Jayne August 22, 2008
Rich Fruit Milkshake