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Soaked Oatmeal Smoothie

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Soaked Oatmeal Smoothie

Kim
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2 Servings
6 Ingredients
17 Comments

Sweet strawberries and bananas are blended with buttermilk soaked oats and a splash of orange juice for a creamy, nutrient-rich breakfast. You can plan ahead for the month and freeze this easy smoothie or even just throw it together the night before for a quick grab and go meal the next morning.

2 Servings
6 Ingredients
17 Comments

Ingredients

  • 1 medium peel Banana
  • 1 cup Strawberries
  • ¼ cups Rolled Oats
  • ½ cups Buttermilk
Serving Day Ingredients
  • ½ cups Orange Juice
  • 1 cup Ice Cubes

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Freeze For Later Cooking Day Directions

Easy Assembly/Dump and Go

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Easy Assembly/Ready to Eat

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Nutrition Facts

Servings Per Recipe
2 Servings
Calories
1160
Total Fat
2g
Saturated Fat
1g
Cholesterol
2mg
Sodium
119mg
Total Carbohydrates
542mg Potassium 34g
Fiber
4g
Sugar
18g
Protein
5g
WW+ Points
4
WW SmartPoints
7

17 Comments

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  1. Instead of the buttermilk, do you think you could use the whey leftover from making yogurt? Would you still let it soak overnight on the counter?

    1. You can use plain yogurt or whey. Even just warm water will work, but the cultured options work better and provide you with a nice little shot of probiotics.

    1. You can just add extra of whichever fruit you have chosen. I also used avocado for the first time in a smoothie a few days ago, and the texture was similar while giving it only a mild flavor.

  2. Do these turn out if I do the oats and milk overnight, then blend everything and freeze? I’d rather have them ready to go the morning of.

  3. Would there be any issue making this ahead of time and then freezing them? I don’t want to have to break out my blender every day. I’d rather just do it once for a big batch.

  4. In my do ahead directions it said to put the bananas in the freezer. It did not say to peel the bananas or cut them in half. Both are impossible to do to frozen bananas.

    If you are going to make this I highly suggest you peel and cut the bananas in half before you freeze them.

  5. I am wondering about soaking overnight on the counter vs in refrigerator. I have not used buttermilk before but the thought of letting anything dairy sit out overnight concerns me.

    1. For people who enjoy culturing, soaking the oatmeal overnight reduces the phytic acid. You can absolutely still thaw this in the fridge, though. We hope this helps!

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