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Cinnamon Roll Protein Smoothie {THM-E, Sugar Free, Low Fat}

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All the flavors of a sweet and tender cinnamon roll in an easy to make protein smoothie.

I love cinnamon rolls – in fact in my days before Trim Healthy Mama I would make them fairly often. There’s just something about the sweet warm cinnamon flavor that I love!

I still love that flavor, and thankfully I was able to recreate it in this simple protein smoothie. This smoothie clocks in at 26 grams of protein, so it makes a nice snack or light meal, and it keeps me full for several hours. 

The bonus for me in this recipe is that it is an “E” fuel, meaning it is low in fat and contains healthy carbs. I don’t have enough E’s in my life, so I gladly welcome this recipe! 

Cinnamon Roll Protein Smoothie {THM-E, Sugar Free, Low Fat}

  • Dash vanilla
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 2/3 cup ice
  1. Place all ingredients in your blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Top with an extra sprinkle of cinnamon if desired.


  • I used my Ninja single serve blender for this, and I didn’t have room for the full 2/3 cup of ice. I blended some, then put the remaining ice in and blended again. If you have a larger blender you should be able to do it all at once. 
  • You can substitute whatever on-plan sweetener you want in place of the Gentle Sweet – just sweeten to taste. 

If you like healthy drinks, you may like my Secret Ingredient Chocolate Peanut Butter Milkshake or Grape Good Girl Moonshine recipes!

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13 thoughts on “Cinnamon Roll Protein Smoothie {THM-E, Sugar Free, Low Fat}

  1. I like cinnamon rolls, too. You know that I have never had a cinnabon cinnamon roll before? I just knew they would be dangerous! Lol. This smoothie sounds really good and although it is way too high in carbs for me, my children would go crazy for it.

  2. Oh my goodness–this is so super yummy–tastes exactly like a cinnamon roll (i omitted the sweetners and it was still sweet and yummy).

  3. I have a hard time with E. I would like to have this smoothie with a meal but do not want to go over the carbs limit. Could you give some suggestion please?
    Thank you.

    1. If I were going to have this with a meal, I would probably pair it with something neutral, like cottage cheese and berries, cottage whip, or Greek yogurt with strawberry sauce. 🙂

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