You can have “cookies” for breakfast with this Snickerdoodle Cookie Smoothie! It’s gluten free, vegan, and high in protein so you can start your day with a delicious protein boost! My recipe is also featured at Silk.com
Who said eating cookies for breakfast was a bad thing? Sure, if they were corn-syrup loaded cookies from the store, but you can have your favorite cookie any time of day with this Snickerdoodle Cookie smoothie.
This smoothie is loaded with good things, like protein, healthy fats, fiber, and yummy cookie flavors! It contains only fruit-based sugar from dates so you can still feel good if you’re cutting back on cane sugar.
This smoothie is not only super-tasty, but it is also relatively low in calories. By using Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened instead of skim milk, you save 50 calories in this smoothie!
I have been working hard to cut back my sugar intake (especially cane sugar), so this is the perfect sweet treat for me that won’t send me into a sugar hangover. I love using Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened because there is absolutely no sugar whatsoever, which makes it much easier for me to meet my calorie and sugar goals.
Unsweetened and unflavored almond milk lends itself to many recipes very well – especially this Snickerdoodle Cookie Smoothie.
So, go ahead and drink up! Have a Snickerdoodle “cookie” for breakfast guilt-free – your taste buds (and your body) will love it!
For more info about the calorie saving benefits of Silk Pure Almond Milk Unsweetened and more great recipes, check out Silk.com!
Snickerdoodle Cookie Smoothie (Gluten Free and Vegan)
- 1 cup Silk Pure Almond Unsweetened Vanilla
- 2 to 3 medium soft dates chopped
- 3 Tablespoons vanilla brown rice protein powder I use SunWarrior Vanilla*
- 1 teaspoon creamy almond butter
- 2 to 3 drops imitation butter extract/flavor
- Dash cinnamon
- Add all ingredients into a blender and process well until smooth. Enjoy!
Sarah Jane Parker is the founder, recipe creator, and photographer behind The Fit Cookie. She’s a food allergy mom and healthy living blogger based in Wyoming. Sarah is also an ACSM Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Revolution Running certified running coach, and an ACE Certified Fitness Nutrition Specialist
17 thoughts on “Snickerdoodle Cookie Smoothie (Gluten Free and Vegan)”
Thanks for letting me know, Cat! They didn’t link back to my page and they used my photo without permission so I am going to have a chat with them I think. Thank you so much for keeping an eye out 🙂
Only problem is the Silk Almond milk. Silk is owned by Dean Foods…..one of or perhaps the biggest dairy producer in the country. If you’ve vegan for ethical reasons, you wouldn’t want to buy Silk products.
Otherwise………sounds yummy! Snickerdoodles have always been one of my favorite cookies.
Hi Madeleine! I am actually not vegan, but I label appropriate recipes vegan so people can find them. I have lots of food allergies so dairy and eggs are out of my diet, but I am a meat eater 🙂 Thank you for mentioning this for others to consider.
I actually think I’d take this smoothie over a snickerdoodle cookie! Looks amazing – can’t wait to make it!
I can’t wait to make this one again! I ran out of brown rice protein powder and won’t get my order in till this next week.
It’s like having dessert for breakfast. 🙂
Yes! Healthy satisfaction, yummy
This smoothie looks like perfection! Anything with snickerdoodle in it is automatically a winner, but the ingredients look awesome too!
Thanks Ari! The dates and almond butter make this shake so creamy 🙂
Wow this photo is just gorgeous, this smoothie looks so luscious and creamy – loving it!
Thank you Kammie!
Okay seriously!!!! I wish more people knew how to be creative like you, so then they wouldn’t head to Hagaan-Daz and get a Mint Chip Dazzler (yeah, I used to pound those when I was younger, lol)! This little recipe of yours sounds like it could put Hagaan-Daz out of business!! 😉
You just gave me an idea: this would make a yummy ice cream! Maybe I will give that a try : )
This looks delicious! I love snickerdoodles
Thanks Ali! I was never really into snickerdoodles until just a couple years ago and then I discovered the big soft ones – so yummy!
I’m so down for cookies. Anytime. All day. Every day. 😉 This looks and SOUNDS amazing. NOM NOM NOM I’l already drooling.
I am such a cookie fiend. That’s why I make up recipes like this, or I would eat real cookies all the time, haha!