Banana, Oat & Cinnamon Smoothie – Shake !

This Shake is delightfully full-flavoured, chilled and ever so crazy with deliciousness.  So, I made this to accompany my “3 Layered Breakfast Toast Fit for a KING” recipe (  I wanted tastes to compliment the savoury treasure.  The result – a memorable shake you will want to repeat again, and again.  It’s our Sunday special treat – so treat yourself and enjoy, Cheers to You !

Serves 2


  • 1 ripe frozen banana
  • ½ pint of vegan milk (soya or coconut should do the trick, but you will need a rich, creamy one)
  • ½ pint of chilled water
  • 1 tbsp agave nectar syrup
  • 3-4 ice cubes
  • 2 tbsp rolled oats
  • 2 tbsp raw blanched almonds
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon


Place all the ingredients in your liquidizer except for the half pint of the water.  Process until smooth, then add the water and process again.  Make sure there are no lumps, and that it’s nice and frothy on top.  Pour and Enjoy !

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17 Responses to “Banana, Oat & Cinnamon Smoothie – Shake !”

  1. - Mouthwatering Vegan Recipes Says:

    […] First make your scrambled tofu, and keep it warm whilst you place one slice of toast on a warm plate. Spread a layer of mustard on the toast, and place the sausage slices on it leaving half-inch gaps for the baked beans, which you then fit in between.  Then get your next slice of toast, add a layer of your grated cheese, spoon on your scrambled tofu and top with your last layer of toast.  Now don’t delay – munch, munch, munch your way to culinary delight !  Serve with my banana, oat and cinnamon vegan smoothie shake !–-shake/ […]

  2. Gustabo Says:

    I just love all of your experiments 🙂

  3. Miriam Says:

    Thanks Gustabo, more often than not they’ve been tried and tested a few times before I submit them, but at times, I kind of taste them in my mind (if you know what I mean) and then on the palette they work wonders !!! Best to you !

  4. Liz Says:

    I’ve been making a version of this for around 2 months, but yours, with the almonds and agave nector, is a nice variation I am definitely going to try. Smoothies like this are a great way to get kids to school with the right healthy breakfast start, without knowing it! My son loves this oaty one! And it ensures we eat porridge oats even in the summer months! Thanks for this, Miriam.

  5. Miriam Says:

    Right you are dear Liz – I like your thinking (which matches my thoughts on the subject) about still consuming them in the summer months. Hope you enjoy it – try to make sure the bananas are frozen first for best results – the cooler the better tasting for this smoothie ! Enjoy and Cheers !

  6. Sneaky Vegan Says:

    Oh happy day. My husband has been completely hooked on smoothies lately and I was running out of new ideas. Love it!!!

  7. Miriam Says:

    Thanks for loving my creations Gustabo, hope you enjoy making them too !

  8. Melody Says:

    This was delicious! Thank you for the recipe =]

  9. Miriam Says:

    Melody Hi there and welcome to my site – thanks for dropping by with your comment, glad you enjoyed it and hope you enjoy my other recipes too. Cheers to you and Happy New Year 2012.

  10. Rana Says:

    This is a really delicious smoothie. I have not stopped making it since I discovered it in your book. In fact every single recipe I have made from your book has been a revelation. The book is so amazing I bought more and gave them as Christmas presents! Please keep up the great work you do. Your palate and your ideas are simply divine! I am sooo excited to make more recipes, in fact I’m making your choc coke cake for friends this weekend, can’t wait!
    Thankyou sooooo much x

  11. Miriam Says:

    Rana Hi there and a million thanks for your wonderful comment – all that I ask is that you paste it onto an Amazon Customer review for me – the review button is at the bottom of the amazon page where my book is.

  12. Silver Says:

    Hi Miriam, this makes me want to go out and buy a smoothie maker! Does your book have a section on smoothies?

  13. Miriam Says:

    Silver a smoothie maker is really worth it, you can use it for a variety of products including the cheeses in my book – known as a liquidizer or blender, be sure to purchase a powerful one. Yes, I have both juices and smoothies in my book. Cheers !

  14. Dee Says:

    Miriam. I just decided to go vegan and found your website. To say that I was greatly nerves is putting it mildly. This is my first recipe from your site. I adding chia and flax seeds and changed to almond milk and almonds but it still came out great. Thank you for making this transition easy. Keep up the great work, since this is one of many recipes that I will be trying.

  15. Miriam Says:

    Congratulations Dee – hope you enjoy many other recipes from my blog ! Drop by with your feedback as and when you wish !

  16. Audrey Says:

    Just made myself this – 10/10 would make it again!

  17. Miriam Says:

    That’s awesome Audrey ! 🙂

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