A blueberry oatmeal smoothie bowl made a bit more nutritious with a dash of peanut butter. It looks good, and it tastes even better, so it’s perfect to surprise someone you love or make it as a treat for yourself.
Smoothie bowls are all the rage these days, and you can’t scroll Instagram without bumping into a beautiful mix that is almost too pretty to eat. I haven’t been into them until recently, though, because I prefer my smoothies in a glass.
However, once I tried to make a couple of smoothie bowls I discovered that they are more than just pretty little things that are easy to decorate in a spectacular way.
I started to love the way they provide a bit of a crunch with the toppings I can add on them, so basically they feel more like a meal than regular smoothies.
This vegan blueberry oats and peanut butter smoothie only takes five minutes to make and is a very nutritious breakfast. I felt full for hours after I ate it, which is something that I can’t always say about a smoothie.
What do you need to make the blueberry oatmeal smoothie bowl?
I chose to go with organic oat milk for this smoothie, but you can use any other plant-based milk. Cashew and almond milk come to mind, as they complement the peanut butter beautifully.
Besides milk, you’re going to need two medium frozen bananas, fresh or frozen blueberries, rolled oats and smooth peanut butter.
Making the smoothie is a five-minute process, which is the amount of time you need to blend the bananas, milk, and part of the rolled oats and blueberries. You then add the mix to a bowl, decorate with the remaining ingredients, and enjoy.
I liked that the smoothie bowl felt a bit like melted ice cream, but with all the nutrition provided by the fruit, oatmeal, and peanut butter. If you like your smoothie bowls thicker, you can only add just 200 ml milk instead of the full 250 ml.
If you liked this blueberry oatmeal smoothie bowl, try some of my other smoothies:
- 2 frozen bananas (approx. 200 g)
- 75 g blueberries, fresh or frozen
- 20 g rolled oats
- 250 ml oat milk (or another plant based alternative)
- 15 g peanut butter
- Cut the frozen banana in pieces and add it to a blender.
- Add 50 g of blueberries, half the oats, and the milk.
- Blend into a smoothie.
- Add the mixture to a bowl, and decorate with the remaining blueberries and oats and the peanut butter.
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Amount Per Serving:Calories: 555Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 86mgCarbohydrates: 113gFiber: 12gSugar: 58gProtein: 11g