Oatmeal raisin shake recipe

This traditional food combination is usually found in cookies or breakfast cereal. Now you can get the same great taste sans the sugar high.

Raisins are an underestimated powerfood that are packed with vitamin B6, thiamin, potassium, iron, and fiber. The oats are another great source of soluble fiber, which can help support digestion and weight loss. Plus, they’re rich in antioxidants and manganese, which play an important role in the metabolism of amino acids, cholesterol, glucose, and carbohydrates.

Servings: 1



Blend all ingredients together, pour, and enjoy.

Nutrition facts

315 calories; 24 g protein; 35 g carbohydrates; 9 g fat

Personalization tips

  • Lighter, recovery-focused day: Boost this shake’s anti-inflammatory benefits with a dash of cinnamon, or even a cup of spinach (we promise you won’t taste it) for extra vitamins and minerals to help support recovery.
  • Extra-hard workout: Add an extra tablespoon of raisins for additional energy minerals to help jump-start the recovery process.

Interested in stocking up on our go-to Onnit ingredients for making great shakes at home? Check out our list.

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About the Author

Shannon Ehrhardt

Shannon Ehrhardt, M.S., R.D., C.S.S.D., C.S.C.S., is a senior performance dietitian at EXOS and has worked in sports performance for over 10 years. With a master's degree in exercise physiology and nutrition, she works with EXOS' nutrition partner Onnit, supporting the performance goals of athletes and working alongside the product development team.

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