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Simple Oatmeal Energy Smoothie

What you need: 

1/4 cup organic oatmeal
2 oz water or low fat soy milk
5-7 dates (depending on how sweet you like it)
1 peeled banana
3 tablespoons coconut milk
dash of cinnamon

What you do: 

Blend all ingredients together until smooth.

Preparation Time: 
5 minutes
Cooking Time: 
Servings: 
1
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SO HOW'D IT GO?

I am also wondering if you cook the oatmeal before? 

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This was really tasty! I doubled the oatmeal, banana, and "milk," thinking it wouldn't be enough, but I was full 1/2 way. I will definately make again! Thank you for posting!!!

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Its also good with chocolate flavor soy milk.

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I love this smoothie it is really good. 

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Do you have to cook the oatmeal first?

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they look alot like kiwis, but are pinkinsh brown on the inside and have huge teardrop shaped seeds in them.. i know they have them in florida, but i dunno if they are in CA.. they grow in mexico, so maybe.. im from LA and had never heard of them before i came to the caribbean.. they are a tropical fruit, and so good..

http://www.tropicalfruitnursery.com/sapodilla/images/Alano-Sapodilla.jpg tho the ones here are more round

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Sapodillas? I must try these magical fruits! They sound wonderful...I wonder if you can get them in Los Angeles...

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i made this for my guy for dinner tonight.. he has a smoothie for dinner everynight.. we ran out of bananas for his usual 3 banana smoothie and were stuck with one one banana.. instead of making a nasty mango smoothie (i HATE mangoes.. bleh) i looked up an oatmeal smoothie and found this.. it's super good.. i used 3 sapodillas instead of dates (sapodillas taste like brown sugar and maple syrup) and added about 6 ice cubes to make it a little thicker along with freezing the banana in slices before hand..

thanks! now there another kind of smoothie i can make :)

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