Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie

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Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie //

I can assure you that cookie week isn’t over, it’s just sort of postponed for a few hours because I came down with a surprise case of food poisoning. I won’t go into details because this is a food blog and we’re all friends but let’s just say that yesterday all I wanted was something that was healthy and light on my stomach. Enter: this smoothie.

I’m not the best at taking care of myself. If Josh isn’t around to make me a smoothie and coffee in the morning, then I usually don’t drink a smoothie. (I always figure out my coffee situation.) But I’m trying to get better. This is a big part of an initiative I like to call “being an adult.”

Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie //

Outshine Fruit Bars sent me over some fruit bars and I was pleasantly surprised when I looked at the ingredient list. No weird stuff. Basically just grapefruit juice, but frozen, so I figured it’d be an easy, nice addition to my morning smoothie.

My normal smoothies in the morning look horrifying. Like the most unattractive green color you’ve ever seen. So, I decided to skip the spirulina and maca and acaî in this smoothie recipe, and just keep it sort of classic and simple.

Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie //

The coconut water is nice and refreshing, while the banana gives it a good texture. I love adding oatmeal to smoothies–it adds a nice crunchiness that I’m really into. And the grapefruit has a nice zing flavor. It’ll perk you up in the morning.

I think this smoothie was a nice break between the cookie-filled meals I’ve been having. I feel pretty good about myself right about now.


Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie //

Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie

Serving Size: 2 smoothies

Grapefruit Oatmeal Banana Smoothie


  • 3 grapefruit Outshine fruit bars
  • Splash coconut water
  • 2 bananas, peeled
  • Handful rolled oats, extra for garnish


  1. Add all of the ingredients to the jar of a blender and pulse until smooth. Divide between glasses and garnish with a teaspoon or two of oatmeal.

(This post is sponsored by Outshine Fruit Bars. Thank you for supporting that keep A Cozy Kitchen cozy.)

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