Elevate your oatmeal with these vegan protein powders
If you’re like me and you like to add a little plant-based protein powder to your oatmeal (morning or night), then you are probably selective about your options.
Having reviewed a bunch of vegan protein powders, I’ve found a few go-to options that pack great flavor and nutrition and mix well with oatmeal. So, here are my top 3 best vegan protein powders for oatmeal.
Vega Sport Protein
Vega Sport Protein is one of the best-tasting vegan protein powders for oatmeal. Between Peanut Butter, Vanilla, and Chocolate flavors, each makes for a decadent addition to any form of oats.
My favorite is the Peanut Butter. It’s a nice complement to otherwise unflavored oatmeal, especially with a liberal spoonful of actual peanut butter.
Vega Sport Protein is also a nutritional powerhouse, packing a heavy dose of amino acids (5 grams of BCAAs), as well as other recovery-enhancing ingredients like cherry, bromelain, and turmeric.
See the full Vega Sport review.
Orgain Simple Protein
This is one of the best-tasting vegan protein powders on the market and it’s especially delicious in oatmeal. Orgain Simple Protein comes in three distinct flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter. All of them are delicious but Vanilla and Peanut Butter are my favorites.
Orgain Simple Protein is made recognizable ingredients, such as organic almonds, organic peanuts, organic chia seeds, organic pumpkin seeds, organic golden pea, and organic coconut sugar.
Orgain Simple Protein is one of the few protein powders without stevia and does not contain any artificial sweeteners such as stevia or erythritol, thickeners, or gums. Arguably one of the healthiest options, this is one protein powder that has a delicious, malty flavor that works wonderfully in oatmeal.
Read my full review of Orgain Simple Protein.
Garden of Life Raw Organic Protein
If you’re looking to prioritize nutrition without compromising on taste, Garden of Life’s Raw Organic Protein (or flagship “Raw Protein” powder) is a top pick. Made with no sugar, it’s a keto protein powder option and one that tastes exceptionally delicious.
Available in four flavors, Vanilla, Vanilla Chai, Chocolate, and Unflavored (which is also stevia-free), the latter three add a lot of depth to your oatmeal.
My favorite is Vanilla Chai, a semi-sweet option with a great balance of chai spice and vanilla bean. It’s one of the best vegan protein powders for oats and baking alike.
It’s also stacked with an organic, raw vegan protein blend and offers one of the highest concentrations of vitamins and minerals, including Selenium, Magnesium, Zinc, Manganese, and Molybdenum as well as Vitamins A, E, D, and K.
See the full Garden of Life Raw Organic review.
PlantFusion Complete Protein
An underrated protein powder for oatmeal and beyond, PlantFusion Complete Protein is one tasty option that actually uses a bit of real sugar. There are five total flavors: Rich Chocolate, Creamy Vanilla Bean, Red Velvet Cake, Cookies and Cream, and Natural Stevia Free.
I have tested the first two flavors of PlantFusion Complete Protein and they were and continue to be, a top choice for me. It’s a very refined (in a good way) protein powder that blends well with any, especially oatmeal. And both flavors were especially creamy and dessert-like.
The product is also gluten-free, soy-free, and rice-free, PlantFusion Complete Protein is a USDA-certified organic option that’s free of GMOs, preservatives, and any artificial colors or flavors.
See the full PlantFusion Complete Protein review.
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About The Author
This review was conducted by Tyler Tafelsky, the lead editor here at VeganProteinPowder.reviews. Tyler is an experienced writer in the health, nutrition, and athletic space, and he offers over a decade of experience blogging on various reputable platforms. Having experimented with a vegan diet over the course of his life, Tyler has tried hundreds of plant-based nutritional products and writes about his favorites here on this blog. Learn more about Tyler by viewing his full author bio or by following him on social media platforms like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram. You can also view his personal site TylerTafelsky.com to learn more about what he’s up to.