Skinnytaste – oat-and-berry juice bowl


When you want oatmeal and a smoothie bowl, try this delicious oatmeal smoothie bowl made with oats, frozen berries, and bananas.

A bowl of oat berry juice
A bowl of oat berry juice

A mixed berry juice bowl with oats is the perfect combination for a sweet and savory breakfast. Cooked oatmeal makes it more creamy and adds extra fiber. I used frozen strawberries, raspberries, and raspberries, but you can use any combination of berries you like. If you want to try more breakfast juice bowl recipes, check out this one PB&J Protein Smoothie Bowl And the Strawberry juice containers with peanut butter swirl.

Juice bowl with berries and bananas

Are juice bowls healthy?

Yes, juices are generally healthy, but it does depend on what’s in it! The main thing is to watch your serving sizes, sugar and fat content. This smoothie bowl contains oats, bananas, berries, and milk and comes for less than 200 calories per serving. I usually eat this with eggs or cheese on the side for an extra protein. You can also add a scoop of protein powder if desired. No need to add sugar, the fruit sweetens it just as it is.

Oat Berry Smoothie Bowl

I like to add toppings on juice bowls. It’s a great way to add texture and adjust flavor. Here are some of my favorite ideas. If you have any other ideas, do let me know in the comments!

  • Fresh fruit: Banana, berries, berries, strawberry slices
  • SeedsHemp, chia, or flax seeds
  • Nuts: Peeled almonds, chopped pecans
  • Nut butterMelted peanut butter or almond butter
  • TextureGrated coconut, granola

Meal preparation tips

I always keep ripe bananas in the freezer to make smoothies. After they are ripe, I cut them into strips and affix to the bags the word “banana” and the date. When I’m ready to have a smoothie, I put it in the blender.

This smoothie bowl recipe starts with cooked oats. To prepare the meal, you can cook a batch of oatmeal and refrigerate it for up to five days.

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A bowl of oat berry juice

154 Callus
3 protein
33.5 Carbohydrates
2 Fats

Preparation time: 5 Accurate

Cooking time: 5 Accurate

Total time: 10 Accurate

When you want oatmeal and a smoothie bowl, try this delicious oatmeal smoothie bowl made with oats, frozen berries, and bananas.

  • 1/2 cup Frozen Mixed Berries
  • 1/2 A frozen, medium-sized ripe bananaAnd the Chopped (half a cup)
  • 1/3 cup Cooked oatsAnd the From 3 tablespoons cooked dry with 1/3 cup water
  • 2 Large spoons Nut or dairy milk
  • Optional toppings: bananaAnd the Berries, berries, strawberry slices, hemp, chia
  • Cook oats in water according to package directions.

  • Put the liquid in a blender, add oats, then berries and bananas and blend until very smooth.

  • Pour into a bowl and top with your favorite toppings.

service: 1PlateAnd the Calories: 154CaloriesAnd the Carbohydrates: 33.5GAnd the protein: 3GAnd the Fat: 2GAnd the Saturated fat: 0.5GAnd the sodium: 23.5MgAnd the the basic: 6GAnd the sugar: 13.5G

Blue Smart Points: 2

Green Smart Points: 2

Purple Smart Dots: 0

Key words: Baked oats, oatmeal juice bowl, juice bowl

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