Nourishing Strawberry Banana Oat Smoothie

A nourishing strawberry banana oat smoothie that’s packed with plant-based protein and fiber. This vegan smoothie is made with bananas, strawberries, soy milk, hemp hearts, almond butter, oats and dates.

strawberry banana oat smoothie in a jar

Are you looking for a refreshing breakfast recipe that will keep you full for hours? This recipe is packed fruits and made with high-fiber ingredients for a filling and delicious breakfast. It also has a good dose of protein thanks to soy milk, almond butter and hemp hearts.

There’s really nothing like a cold, refreshing smoothie for breakfast on a warm summer day. I hope you’ll love this one too!

Notes on the Recipe:
  • You can use frozen bananas instead of fresh bananas if preferred. You might need to add more liquid as it will thicken the smoothie.
  • This recipe is also great with mixed frozen berries instead of frozen strawberries. Use what you have on hand.
  • You can use other plant-based milks if you don’t have soy milk. Just keep in mind that soy milk adds protein to this smoothie.
  • Feel free to add protein powder for more protein. I recommend using a small amount of unflavored protein powder to avoid changing the flavor of the smoothie.
  • If preferred, you can skip the oats and hemp hearts for more of a sweet fruit smoothie. The oats and hemp hearts make this recipe more filling and hearty. It might not be for you if you prefer a very sweet fruit smoothie.
  • If you have a weaker blender, the oats might leave a grainy texture in the smoothie. Feel free to skip the oats if you prefer.
smoothie ingredients in a blender
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strawberry banana oat smoothie in a blender
strawberry banana oat smoothie in a jar
strawberry banana oat smoothie in a jar
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Nourishing Strawberry Banana Oat Smoothie

A nourishing strawberry banana oat smoothie that's packed with plant-based protein. This vegan smoothie is made with bananas, strawberries, soy milk, hemp hearts, almond butter, oats and dates.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine vegan
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2

Ingredients

  • 1 large banana, ripe
  • 1 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1/4 cup rolled oats
  • 2 tablespoons hemp hearts
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1 Medjool date, pitted
  • 1 cup soy milk, plain, unsweetened
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

Instructions

  • Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth. Enjoy!

Notes

This recipe makes one large smoothie or two small/medium smoothies.
You can also use frozen bananas. You might need to add more liquid as it will thicken the smoothie.
You can use other plant-based milks if preferred. Just keep in mind that soy milk adds protein to this smoothie. 
Feel free to add protein powder for more protein. I recommend using a small amount of unflavored protein powder to avoid changing the flavor of the smoothie.
If preferred, you can skip the oats and hemp hearts for more of a sweet fruit smoothie. The oats and hemp hearts make this recipe more filling and hearty.
This recipe is also great with mixed frozen berries instead of frozen strawberries. Use what you have on hand.
If you have a weaker blender, the oats might leave a grainy texture in the smoothie. Feel free to skip the oats if you prefer.

If you make this strawberry banana oat smoothie, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! I love to hear from you guys. And of course, if you try this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram!

5 Comments

    • Nourished by Caroline

      I don’t include the nutrition information with my recipes for specific reasons, but you can always use apps or websites to calculate the nutrition information. Sorry for the inconvenience, but I hope you can still enjoy the recipes!

  • Ella

    5 stars
    Thank you for the recipes! One question , I’ll love to print the recipes with the picture, is it posible? When I try to print them only the picture option doesn’t work 🙂 thank you in advance

  • Carrie

    4 stars
    Was super excited to try this recipe and it was tasty but the oats made the texture too grainy. Would it be weird to cook the oats first? Then maybe reduce the soy milk to compensate? Love your recipes! Thank you!

    • Nourished by Caroline

      Hi Carrie, I’m sorry that the oats made the smoothie grainy. I haven’t noticed this using my Vitamix blender, but I’m wondering if it could be due to the blender? I have had issues with oats in smoothies when using weaker blenders (Magic Bullet or Nutri Bullet for example). I would recommend skipping the oats entirely if this works for you. You could also try soaking the oats overnight in the soy milk and adjust the liquid as needed (you might need more). But I can’t guarantee that it will work. I will add a note in the recipe for this. Thank you for the feedback!

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