This Cinnamon Roll Smoothie tastes like a blended cinnamon roll! It’s packed full of nourishing plant-based ingredients, healthy fats, fiber, and protein, so you’ll actually stay fueled for hours! It’s made with easy, simple ingredients and tastes so cozy!

Healthy Cinnamon Roll Protein Shake

If you want an easy way to pack in some healthy fruits and vegetables, up your fiber or protein intake, or just need something quick and easy to make on busy mornings, this is for you! Smoothies and protein shakes are a great option when you’re short on time or just want a delicious way to get in a bunch of nutrients. With a sweet banana base, oaty texture, and dash of cinnamon, it tastes like a blended cinnamon roll. I even love adding a few of my snickerdoodle pumpkin cookie dough bites in for a little extra treat.

About this Cinnamon Roll Smoothie


Banana: Frozen banana gives this smoothie the creamiest texture! I like to cut my bananas into coins, place them in a bag, and leave in the freezer to make smoothies even easier.

Oatmeal: Because you’re blending them, any type of oats will work!

Protein Powder: Protein powder not only gives this smoothie a boost of protein, but it also can add a little sweetness, flavor, and creamy texture! You can leave it out, but I love adding a vanilla protein powder to this recipe! You can use code “amb-dani” on my favorite protein!

Cinnamon: Cinnamon is a nutrient-dense spice that I absolutely love incorporating into my diet and it gives this smoothie a super cozy feel!

Coconut yogurt: This not only adds creaminess to the smoothie, but it also gives it a cream cheese frosting feel! SO GOOD. I love the Culina Coconut Yogurt (I find it at Whole Foods!). Their vanilla flavor is perfect for this!

Cinnamon Roll Protein Shake

How to make a cinnamon roll Smoothie

Smoothies are the best because they’re so easy. You just chuck everything into your blender, blend, pour into your glass and go! Sometimes I like to layer mine with a little vanilla coconut yogurt to make it feel extra fancy.

Meal prep tip: You can measure out the ingredients besides the milk, in baggies and store in the freezer. In the morning, empty the baggie into a blender, add the milk, and you’re good to go! No need to spend time opening our blag of flax seeds, getting the yogurt out of the freezer, etc!

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Healthy aging smoothie

Layered Dragonfruit Chia Smoothie

Hydrating OJ Smoothie

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Cinnamon Roll Protein Shake

This cinnamon roll protein shake tastes like a blended cinnamon roll! It's packed full of nourishing ingredients, healthy fats, fiber, and protein, so you'll actually stay fueled for hours! It's made with easy, simple ingredients and tastes so cozy!
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Dessert, lunch, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 1 kcal


  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1/4 cup oats *optional
  • 1/4 cup vanilla coconut yogurt *
  • 1 scoop vanilla, caramel, or cinnamon protein powder
  • 1 tbsp ground flax seeds or chia seeds
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla
  • 1 cup plant milk, as needed
  • 1-2 tbsp cashew or almond butter
  • 2 tsp cinnamon


  • Add all ingredients to a blender, blending until super smooth. Pour into your glass and enjoy!


*You can sub greek yogurt if you’re not vegan! 
Keyword Baked Oatmeal, breakfast, cinnamon, healthy snack, high protein, smoothie

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  1. This was so good and easy. Except that I ran out of cashew butter and had to make a new batch and I had to wait for it to come together and I was hungry lol

  2. 5 stars
    This smoothie was amazing!! Had the whole cinnamon vibe. Also loved freezing the yogurt for a creamier smoothie. I want to try prepping this ahead of time by making the smoothie packs up in advance, freezing, and just adding milk in the morning, but I’m hesitant. I’m wondering if the protein powder gets stuck to the bag in the freezer and doesn’t come out when ready to make the smoothie. Has anybody tried?

    1. Hi Taylor! Aw yay I’m so happy you liked it! The yogurt takes it over the top for me! You could always add the protein powder last (closest to the closing of the bag). I used to make baggies all the time, I’d just leave my protein on the counter and add a scoop in when I was ready to blend (that way most of the prep was already ready to go!).

      1. Right above the ingredients list! I try not to pay attention to calories, that just stood out. I’m glad to know you don’t include them!

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