Hot Maple Oatmeal Smoothie (How to Make Winter Smoothie Habit)

Did you find this post helpful, inspiring? Save THIS PIN in its blog board in Pinterest. 😉

Warm Maple and Oatmeal Smoothie (How to Prepare Your Winter Smoothie Habit) ~ As you shop for that perfect transition cardigan, don't forget to prepare your breakfast routine for fall and winter, too. Hot spices and seasonal ingredients will add a refreshing touch to your morning smoothies so you can keep that habit healthy year-round.

I'm not a great cold blender for the breakfast guy, especially when the season changes to fall, but I found out I'm a big fan of hot shakes, and I have a feeling my breakfast routine is about to whip up. ized in the coming months. This warm maple nut and oatmeal smoothie is my first attempt at a “winter ready” smoothie and OMG let me just say it's so good. It is made with almond milk, oatmeal, walnuts and, of course, maple syrup. Mix it in your high speed blender (I'm glued to my Vitamix blender on the hip) for 4 minutes and you get what I guarantee is the most dreamy, creamy, frothy, most vaporous, softer smoothie you've tried.

My warm smoothie tastes like a freshly baked maple and oatmeal bun, or a delicious thick, silky oatmeal and maple nut latte. And even though it's made dairy-free, it's packed with satisfying protein.

This method opens up a lot of possibilities for cozy mornings this season.

Here are some great tips and recipe suggestions to get you started building a new smoothie wardrobe suitable for fall and winter. (Take the recipe for my warm oatmeal and maple smoothie at the end of the post.)


Even after ripe, juicy peaches are a distant memory, there are still plenty of delicious seasonal fruits that are a great addition to your smoothies. Think of blackberries, figs, apples ~ even late persimmons!

Recipes in the photo above (clockwise from the top left) ~

PERSIMMON ESPECIADO SMOOTHIE ~ Downshiftology

Follow us on PINTEREST!

APPLE PIE SMOOTHIE BOWL ~ Floating kitchen

PEAR SMOOTHIE WITH VANILLA, HONEY AND LIME BASKET ~ A beautiful dish

FIG AND BEAR FALL PROTEIN SMOOTHIE ~ The Roasted Root

A hint of hot spices can make a basic smoothie feel much more saggy. Many spices, such as cinnamon and turmeric, also have additional health benefits.

Recipes in the photo above (clockwise from the top left) ~

CANELA ROLL PROTEIN SHAKE ~ Jennifer Meyering

PERSIMMON TURMERICO SMOOTHIE ~ Vibrating Plate

THE GINGERSNAP SMOOTHIE ~ Eat wholeheartedly

CARDAMOMA PEAR SMOOTHIE ~ Blissful Basil

The colder weather seems to require slightly richer foods, but you don't have to get rid of your healthy smoothies entirely. Try adding oatmeal and nut butters for a creamier, more forgiving drink, or a little vanilla extract for added flavor. Sweeten with natural maple, agave, molasses or honey.

Recipes in the photo above (clockwise from the top left) ~

OAT SMOOTH BUTTER APPLE ~ With Salt & Wit

PUMPKIN PIE SMOOTHIE ~ Space saving for dessert

DARK CHOCOLATE ALMOND BUTTER SMOOTHIE ~ Kitchen Confidante

VANILLA SMOOTHIE WITH CINNAMON-PLATED CREAM ~ Camille Styles

Have you heard of hot smoothies? They are totally one thing! If you can't bear the thought of drinking something cold on a cold fall morning, try one of these deliciously hot smoothie recipes.

Recipes in the photo above (clockwise from the top left) ~

HOT AND CREAMY GINGERBREAD SMOOTHIE ~ Running with Spoons

APPLE ELDERFLOWER AND POMEGRANATE HOT SMOOTHIE ~ Kitchen Sanctuary

HOT GREEN SMOOTHIE: CHAI TEA ~ Simple Green Smoothies

CANELA'S HOT BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE ~ The Fit Foodie

Hot Maple Oatmeal Smoothie

Breakfast, brunch course

American kitchen

Makes 1 shake

Calories 303kcal

  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk use the milk you want
  • 2 tablespoons cooked quick-cook oatmeal
  • 2 tablespoons of real maple syrup and a little more to drizzle
  • 2 tablespoons of walnuts
  • Put everything in your high-speed blender, cover tightly and mix, on high, or 4 minutes. It helps turn the blender on at low temperature and then move it to high. After four minutes, the smoothie will be nice, creamy and warm. Fill a glass or large mug, and top with a bit of oatmeal and chopped nuts if desired. Drizzle a little more maple syrup and enjoy.

Calories: 303kcal

Make this warm maple nut oat smoothie to your liking ~

  • Gather the ingredients the night before and store them in the fridge.
  • Add your favorite fall spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, or ginger to flavor the smoothie.
  • Add a chopped apple or banana to the blender.
  • Use the milk you want instead of the almond milk.

Maple Tree Shake Hot How Winter Habit Not Prepare

0 Compartir