Mood-Boosting Breakfast Smoothie

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Don't let depression keep you in the dumps! This sweet breakfast mix is the perfect thing to get you out of bed and get your day started. Filled with sweet, yummy oats, banana, and blueberries, it not only tastes good, but it will also keep your body fortified and your energy high.

Vegan Vegan
Dairy Free Dairy Free


Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Mood-Boosting Breakfast Smoothie
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 439.6

% Daily Value*

Total fat 22.1 g 34.0%

Saturated Fat 2.0 g 10.0%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 0.0 mg 0.0%

Sodium 283.3 mg 11.8%

Total Carbs 60.5 g 20.2%

Dietary Fiber 10.7 g 42.7%

Sugars 17.0 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 11.8 g

Vitamin A 16.8%
Vitamin C 21.1%
Calcium 72.6%
Iron 15.9%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 2.2%
Vitamin K 11.4%
Thiamin 20.7%
Riboflavin 11.0%
Niacin 7.7%
Vitamin B-6 27.8%
Folate 14.6%
Vitamin B-12 0.0%
Panto. acid 9.7%
Phosphorus 27.4%
Magnesium 30.6%
Zinc 16.0%
Selenium 19.9%
Copper 31.4%
Manganese 133.2%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:


  • Add all ingredients to your Short Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comment by IrisMcCrea78575
September 11, 2017
I gave my nutribullet away when I bought the Vegginullet. Can I make these smoothies with my new Veggibullet?
Has anyone added spinach or other greens to this? I was diagnosed with Gestational diabetes so i'm trying to make a habit of a morning smoothie ( I never do breakfast normally) and I want to make them as healthy as possible , but i'm a picky eater and don't want to taste the "healthy" lol :)...thoughts?
Reply by Job95751
February 13, 2018
You will be surprised how good these taste...the fruit makes it super yummy! and the nuts make it really good and rich tasting.
Comment by jhart973
March 24, 2016
What is the nutritional breakdown? How much sugar is in this?
Comment by annie213
February 13, 2016
I'm someone who can't afford an expensive Nutri Blender/Bullet. Will my old fashioned blender work? It has 12 settings
Comment by bogeymc6
February 11, 2016
when it says max line for almond milk how much is that? I use a Ninja blinder thanks
NutriLiving Gigi Kwok-Hinsley on February 15, 2017
We often add about 1.5 cups of liquid after all the solid ingredients. However, because Ninja blender also have different size cups, we recommend that you adjust accordingly to avoid over-filling the cup.
Comment by Steve66
February 10, 2016
What is the 'cupp' measurement you refer to in Metric terms? Many thanks
NutriLiving Gigi Kwok-Hinsley on February 15, 2017
One cup means one measuring cup. Measuring one cup equates to about 8 fluid oz. This changes with different solid ingredients.
Comment by Gizmo6002
December 31, 2015
Just bought a nutribullet as I struggle to eat breakfast... Tried this today and WOW love it going to try it with the coconut next
NutriLiving Gigi Kwok-Hinsley on February 15, 2017
Glad you are enjoying it! We hope you can find more recipes to try on our website!
Comment by Rnsimcox
December 30, 2015
Enjoyed... Used old fashioned oats... Delicious!
Comment by Amyruth18
December 28, 2015
Where do I find Unsweetened coconut flakes?
Comment by cathy50
September 22, 2015
I must say this is my very favorite recipe. I did discover today when i ran out of oats to try unsweetened flaked coconut and now this is my new very very favorite! one ! Try it !
Reply by doly771003
October 24, 2015
Hi! I hope you are very well!!! Could you help me please? it just a question. Do I have to take out the peel of banana for this recipe? thank you so much!!
Reply by denesemcd
November 02, 2015
There are a lot of nutrients in the banana peel. You can peel if you want. Try it and see what you think.
Comment by PatEshelton
August 24, 2015
I have always been a big milk drinker. Can I use regular milk in lieu of Almond Milk? Should it be whole milk? I usually drink 1 or 2%, couple of gallons a week generally.
Comment by BruceAlmty
August 05, 2015
" Nutrition facts coming soon" ... how often do they update???
Comment by Lulu0511
August 02, 2015
I used steel cut oats and it turned out way to thick, tall cup is a better way to go. Other than that this recipe is delicious.
I love this so much! I use strawberries instead of bluberries and soy milk instead of almond milk
So far this is my favorite!!! Never realized until now it said use the short cup. Think it was perfect with the tall one do you can add a little more milk so it's not so thick.
May be a stupid question but should this be the quick cook oats, or traditional oats? Since they go in uncooked I'm assuming it's quick cook?? Thought about steel cut but those might be too tough.
Reply by tconey
May 17, 2015
I've been making this blast before I even found this recipe. I use steel cut oats but I allow them to soak in the almond milk at least half hour before blasting. I simply place all the ingredients in the tall cup and put it in the fridge to soak. It works great for me and gives a nice texture that I like.
Reply by BruceAlmty
August 05, 2015
I'm wondering, are Quaker Quick 1-min. Oats acceptable? Ingredients states "100% natural whole grain rolled oats."
Comment by noammohr
April 26, 2015
This was good (and thick). But I basically could only taste banana. Like drinking a banana puree.
Comment by Sandyjess
April 25, 2015
Is there a substitute for walnuts or can I leave them out altogether?
Comment by ittybitty
March 07, 2015
I absolutely love this smoothie I also add flax and chia seeds but I use soy milk instead of almond milk.
Comment by vishanc
January 04, 2015
Mine is a bit thick. Should it be like that or did I do something wrong?
Comment by joesan563
December 26, 2014
I have type two diabetes will this raise my sugar?
Reply by Riley93
April 17, 2015
Actually the oats are absorbed slowly, so it's helps not to spike your blood sugar level. It's perfect for this of us with type 2 diabetes. Some choose to use only 1/2 of a banana or just use 1 packet of stevia instead. It's a natural sweetener that will not raise your blood sugar.
Comment by softball222
November 14, 2014
Do You use the "Tall Cup" or "Short Cup" on this recipe?
Can I use oat bran? Is this the same as regular oats?
Comment by fireflynoctopi
February 22, 2014
Hello...very new to NutriBlasting ;) Is it essential to cook the oats for some reason or can I just use whole oats? Thanks, Catherine
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