Blueberry Pie Protein Oatmeal – Skoop Giveaway Too!


This blueberry pie protein oatmeal recipe is super easy to make!

Both gluten and dairy free, this oatmeal is packed with plant-based protein and complex carbohydrates which combine to power you through the morning. The natural sweetness of the blueberries plus a hint of vanilla from Skoop’s All-In-One Nutritional Shake makes this blueberry pie protein oatmeal the perfect start to a sweet morning.

Blueberry Pie Protein Oatmeal made with Skoop's Plant Based Protein All In One Nutritional Shake gives you everything you need to recover from your run and power you through the morning

You know how I love me some Healthy Skoop. I never thought I would become a protein powder girl but Skoop B-Strong got me hooked. I love adding it to smoothies, baking recipes and every single morning in my oatmeal.

I am a creature of habit. I like to eat the same thing every day and I am not good with change but when I received Skoop’s new Plant Based Protein All In One Nutritional Shake, I gave both the chocolate and vanilla flavors a try.

Skoop All In One Nutritional Shake plus Blueberry Pie Protein Oatmeal Recipe

Quick Stats on Super Skoop All-In-One Nutritional Shake:

The perfect all-in-one nutritional shake for those times when you don’t want to sacrifice super nutrition in the name of convenience.

  • 20 grams of USDA organic brown rice, pea, and hemp come together to create a complete protein
  • Antioxidant equivalent of four cups of USDA organic fruits and veggies
  • Omega-3s from plant sources promote heart health and regulate cholesterol
  • 1 billion probiotic organisms aid digestive health + 1 gram of prebiotic fiber to nourish healthy gut flora

While I liked the chocolate, I do prefer vanilla when it comes to protein powders.

This vanilla All-in-One Nutritional shake flavor is not as sweet as the vanilla B-Strong protein powder but it offers slightly more in the nutritional department including more protein and fiber.

Plus, it works really well in my blueberry pie protein oatmeal recipe.

Blueberry Pie Protein Oatmeal made with Skoop All In One Nutritional Shake

I have been making this blueberry pie protein oatmeal lately with frozen blueberries and I honestly think it’s as good as when I use fresh blueberries.

The addition of Skoop adds the right amount of sweetness that when combined with the blueberries and chewy texture of the oatmeal, sometimes I don’t even bother to add peanut butter. Now that’s how you know a recipe is good 🙂

Blueberry Pie Protein Oatmeal – Skoop Giveaway Too!
Recipe Type: breakfast
Author: meredith @ Cookie ChRUNicles
Loaded with blueberries and chewy oats, the addition of Skoop’s All In One Nutritional Shake in vanilla gives this plant-based recipe a nice boost of protein and offers you everything you need to power through the morning after a hard workout.
  • 1 serving of oatmeal (use gluten-free if necessary)
  • 1/2 cup or more of blueberries (frozen or fresh)
  • 1 scoop of Skoop Plant Based Protein All in One Nutritional Shake in vanilla
  • cinnamon
  • almond milk
  • peanut butter – optional but always a welcomed addition
  1. Prepare your oatmeal as usual (I cook steel-cut oats with old fashioned with chia seeds)
  2. Add blueberries, cinnamon, splash of almond milk and Skoop and mix well until combined.
  3. Microwave for 1 minute at a time until heated to desired temperature.
  4. Serve with additional almond milk and add peanut butter if desired.

Giveaway Time! The kind people over at Skoop are allowing me to give away one Skoop All-In-One Nutritional Shake, either chocolate or vanilla – winner’s choice!

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  1. says

    Literally eating a blueberry baked oatmeal cake right now. One of the hardest things about going grain-free (as part of a medical elimination to see what’s ailing me) is giving up oats. I am desperately hoping they are not the culprit and will be protein-packing them with a yummy protein powder for the first time to try this out if they aren’t!
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  2. says

    Lately, I’ve been all about pumpkin pie oats: I add pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, Greek yogurt, and almond butter with a splash of maple syrup on top. It makes a very filling breakfast!

  3. Jen says

    I’d love to try Skoop! I have a dairy sensitivity, so I rely on non-dairy protein powder. I’ve never put powder in my oats, but I looooove it in my smoothies!

  4. Morgan S says

    This morning I had greek yogurt and granola, but I wish I had oatmeal in the cold weather! My go-to toppings are fruit, pb, and cinnamon!

  5. Jennifer Lattin says

    One of my favorite ways to make oatmeal is Peaches and Cream (with Cinnamon, of course! and from “scratch”).

  6. Jordan D. says

    Cashew or almond milk always finds its way into my oatmeal to make it extra creamy and delicious. Cinnamon, peanut butter, pumpkin, and maybe vanilla protein powder. Or sometimes I want something chocolately, so I add mix in cocoa powder, chocolate protein powder, and cacao nibs. Yum!

  7. says

    Pumpkin oats always!! With cream cheese “icing” – something new for me to stray from the regular (but still oh so delicious) nut butter. I’m just getting back into the oatmeal bowls now that the colder weather is arriving. I would love to try Skoop!! Hear so many great things.
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