Fever grass oat milk smoothie in a glass with a blender and oat milk in the background.

Fever Grass Green Oat Milk Smoothie

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If you are looking for a quick, easy breakfast that’s filled with nutrients, look no further than this fever grass green oat milk smoothie. It is thick, creamy, and so delicious. Plus, it’s made using 5 ingredients: oat milk, fever grass/lemongrass, maple syrup, spirulina, and protein powder.

Can You Put Oat Milk In A Smoothie

Yes, you can put oat milk in a smoothie. The oat milk will give the smoothie a creamy texture. 

Moreover, oat milk is one of the cheapest types of non-dairy milk. Even if you make it at home, oat milk will still be relatively inexpensive.  

Is Oat Milk Better Than Almond Milk

Oat milk is dairy-free and nut-free. It’s perfect if you have a nut allergy. Oat milk also has more fat and protein, which keeps you fuller for longer. 

In contrast, almond milk is perfect if you are not a fan of oat milk. It’s also vegan and filled with nutrients. 

Ultimately, whether oat milk is better than almond milk depends on your preference. 

Fever grass green oat milk smoothie in a glass with a blender and oat milk in the background.

Which Is Better For Smoothies Oat Milk Or Almond Milk

Oat milk has a sweeter flavor and creamy consistency, which works well for smoothies. It also has higher levels of carbs, so oat milk may not be best for smoothies if you are on a low-carb diet. 

On the other hand, almond milk has a nutty flavor. It has a thinner consistency that also works well in smoothies. Additionally, almond milk is also low in carbs which is ideal for a low-carb diet. 

Tips For Making Fever Grass Green Oat Milk Smoothie 

Use a high-speed blender. You need a high-speed blender that can crush all of that ice and break down the fever grass. If the blender does not break down these ingredients, your smoothie will not be smooth.
Blend the oat milk and fever grass first. I did not blend the oat milk and fever grass first, and the smoothie was a little grainy. It wasn’t a huge deal, but if you want a smooth smoothie, blend the oat milk and fever grass first, then strain it before moving on to the next step.

Fever grass green oat milk smoothie in a glass with a blender and oat milk in the background.

If you are gluten-free or allergic to nuts, read the label before you buy it. Sometimes oat milk can contain oat milk. Additionally, the oat milk may be made with oats processed in the same facility as gluten. So read the ingredient list before you buy it.
Always add the liquids to the blender first when making smoothies. It makes it easier for the blender to break down the smoothie ingredients.

How To Store Lemon Grass Green Oat Milk Smoothie 

I recommend drinking this fever grass green oat milk smoothie immediately. It will become watered down if you do not drink it immediately. 

You can store the fever grass green oat milk smoothie in a mason jar in the fridge for 2 days. To thicken the smoothie back up, add more ice. Place the smoothie into a blender with 1/2 cup of ice and blend until it has a frothy texture. 

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Fever Grass Green Oat Milk Smoothies

Recipe by Sarah
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Course: BreakfastCuisine: BahamianDifficulty: Easy


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This fever grass green oat milk smoothie is the ultimate healthy breakfast. It’s made with fever grass, spirulina, protein powder, oat milk, ice, and maple syrup. It is the perfect on-the-go smoothie that is perfect any day of the week. 

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  • 1 1/2 cups oat milk

  • 1/4 cup fever grass (lemon grass)

  • 1 teaspoon spirulina

  • 1 scoop protein powder

  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup

  • 1 cup ice (optional)


  • Place the fever grass into a blender along with the oats and blend until combined.
  • Pour the fever grass mixture into a fine-mesh sieve set over a bowl. Discard the pulp.
  • Pour the fever grass mixture into a clean blender. Add the
  • fever grass, spirulina, protein powder, maple syrup, and ice and blend until smooth.
  • Serve and enjoy!

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Nutrition Facts

2 servings per container

  • Amount Per ServingCalories196
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 2.3g 4%
    • Saturated Fat 0g 0%
  • Cholesterol 0mg 0%
  • Sodium 280mg 12%
  • Potassium 123mg 4%
  • Total Carbohydrate 28.4g 10%
    • Dietary Fiber 1g 4%
    • Sugars 22.8g
  • Protein 16.2g 32%

  • Calcium 222%
  • Iron 7%
  • Vitamin D 1%

* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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    Hello. Welcome to my food blog! I am a recipe developer/content writer and creator. Food is universal. Its more than something you eat. Food is an experience that can be enjoyed alone or with others. It can affect your physical health and your mood. I love food and I believe it affects how we feel which is why I started this blog that provides you with delicious healthy recipes, useful tips and tricks, guides, and informative articles.

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