Cinnamon & Honey Oat Milk Smoothie

It’s been a smoothie/cold-blended drink kind of week around here, especially as it was SO hot here (for the PNW it was), and the coming week looks to be nicely warm as well. Good thing I have an ample supply of non-dairy milk and frozen fruit for smoothies 😉 I’ll just say I am glad it isn’t 90+ like it was on Sunday/Monday. I’ll whine about 80, but much better than that 90-some degrees. We had perfect weather over the weekend for backpacking, then came home to blazing temps. Made me want to run back up the trail!


Not everyone enjoys espresso as I do, and while I often feature frappes (such as yesterday) that are smoothies with coffee, let’s have a smoothie that will power you for your day – and is kid friendly as well, featuring Pacific Foods wonderful Oat Milk. With no coffee in sight 😉


Cinnamon & Honey Oat Milk Smoothie


  • 1 cup oat milk
  • 2 Tbsp dark chocolate chips (preferably chilled)
  • 1 Tbsp raw honey
  • ¼ tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1 ripe banana, sliced and frozen


Add ingredients to a high-speed blender, process on high until smooth, tamping as needed.

Serve immediately in a large glass with a wide straw.

Makes 1 smoothie.


PS: Don’t forget to enter our current giveaway for your chance to snag some delicious non-dairy milks! Have a great 4th of July tomorrow and stay tuned – there is ANOTHER giveaway coming as well! This one is going to be fun and is sponsored by NuNaturals!

FTC Disclaimer: Pacific Foods provided Gazing In with product samples.



  1. OMG, one word – WOW!!!

    Can’t wait to try this 🙂

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