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1-2-3 Complete Breakfast Smoothie

Rated as 4.78 out of 5 Stars

"An easy, fast, high-fiber, and high-protein breakfast or anytime smoothie. Choosing your fruits, yogurt, and protein powder flavors will make this your personal customized recipe. This smoothie will keep you going until lunch time!"
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5 m servings 362
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 smoothie)


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  1. Blend berries, yogurt, oats, water, protein powder, and honey in a blender until smooth.


  • Cook's Notes:
  • You can use flavored yogurt if you like. Just be aware of the sugar content if you are watching carbohydrates.
  • This is high in protein and fiber and will hold me until lunch time.
  • Use whatever sweetener in whatever amounts suit your taste. Honey, sugar, Splenda®, and stevia all work well in this recipe.
  • You can also use flavored protein powder, if you prefer.
  • You can alter the berry mixture to your liking. Mix blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, cherries in any combination.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 362 calories; 9.4 45.1 28.2 11 35 Full nutrition

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Easy, fast...and delicious. Very nice and versatile recipe too. Infinite mixtures you can do here; what is important is that the amounts are spot on resulting in a not thick but not too thin dri...

Wonderful smoothie, made a couple of changes(lactose intolerant). I used lactose free yogurt,lactose, gluten and soy free protein powder and gluten dairy free oats and almond milk.It was delicio...

A delicious and filling breakfast smoothie. My steel cuts are mixed with chia and flax flakes, just a little added fiber. The texture was good, but I wanted it to be colder, so I blended in som...

Pretty good! It grows on you as you drink it. We did only have strawberries, and used vanilla ptn powder. Scent was a bit interesting, but that's just us being new to ground up oats in a smoothi...

The shake was tasty. I liked it a lot, but it didn’t keep me as full as some of the other ones do. I was hungry after about two hours, but I just had more of it. I’ll make it again.

Very easy to make and keeps me full all morning.

I just started making smoothies and this was my first one. I did tweak it slightly. Instead of regular water, I used Coconut water (1/2 C) had to increase the water amount because the smoothie...

I have made this in the last month a lot and absolutely love it. As I'm lactose intolerant I make it either with Rice Milk or Kefir! YummY

I loved this recipe, but i needed to add more liquid to it because it was just a little too thick for my taste. I didn't have any steel cut oats, so I used some barley that I had soaking alread...