A wooden spoon with peanut butter on it rests on a grey wooden table with a few scattered peanuts around it. Photo by AlexPro9500 via Canva.

Peanut Butter Smoothie With Oats & Cinnamon

Enjoy this peanut butter smoothie for breakfast to fuel your day or as a lunchtime boost! Creamy and loaded with flavour (you can even add some jelly/jam to make it a PB&J special); it’s also suitable for those of you who are plant-based or taking part in Veganuary!

Foreground Text: Peanut Butter Smoothie With Oats & Cinnamon; a recipe available on Transatlantic Notes. Background Image: a top view of some creamy peanut butter in a wooden bowl. Photo by vaaseenaa via Canva.

Ingredients (serves 2):

  • 1 medium banana, sliced
  • 1/2 cup smooth peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons oats
  • 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 2 cups almond milk*
  • optional: add 2 tablespoons of your preferred jelly/jam

*other non-dairy milk alternatives (or dairy) can be substituted here

My homemade peanut butter smoothie with oats & cinnamon in a mason jar with a sustainable straw; ready to drink and enjoy!


This could not be simpler (I love recipes like this) …

Place all ingredients in a blender and blitz until well combined and smooth.

If you’re not drinking this delicious smoothie immediately, store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days (may require some stirring before consuming).

Further Info:

Are Smoothies Good For You? – HealthLine

New Year 2022: 7 Fruit Smoothies To Make Your Mornings Healthy & Delicious – NDTV Food

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61 thoughts on “Peanut Butter Smoothie With Oats & Cinnamon”

  1. I think I’ve heard wrong comments on acne and peanuts which made me stay away from peanuts for a while
    Came to realize it’s not true. Definitely have to try this peanut smoothie. Looks very appetizing and yummy!


  2. I’ve been looking for something that offers nutrition and is more filling. I don’t have any cinnamon right now, but I’m going to try this recipe today! Thank you for sharing Molly! I hope you have a great weekend!


    1. Very straightforward (those are my favourite recipes) — and if you can’t get a hold of cup measurements there are lots of conversion charts online to help. For this recipe the cup measurements would approximately be: 112g peanut butter and 500ml of milk.


  3. oh my gosh this looks yummy. I am always on the lookout for easy filling recipes for breakfast and lunch and this one really hits the nail on the head. I love peanut butter and banana together.


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