Naked Oats – A Great Source of Protein and Fiber

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Moms need both fiber and protein to run the race of everyday life. It helps to have an easy and convenient product, like Naked Oats, a combination of grass-fed whey and gluten-free oats.

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There are so many things I wish I’d known when I was 25 and just embarking on motherhood. One of those would be the importance of good nutrition, particularly where protein and fiber are concerned.

Thankfully, I’ve learned now! And so have my kids. You would not believe how much protein powder we go through each month.

Recently, I had a chance to try Naked Oats Whey Protein, a convenient protein powder available in three flavors: Green Apple Cinnamon, Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana, and Cinnamon Roll.

A jar of Naked Oats and a bottle of milk on a table with cinnamon sticks and rolled oats.


Naked Oats Protein Oats are a combination of grass-fed whey protein and gluten-free oats.

The ingredients list is minimal and all things I recognize, like gluten-free rolled oats, whey protein concentrate, chia protein, sea salt, and fermented cane sugar, plus the fruit or seasonings that make up each flavor.


Having a go-to protein powder is such a boon to your life as Mom. Not only can you mix up something you love at a moment’s notice, but you’re doing your body a favor.

Naked Oats offers a number of benefits, including:

  • GMO- and soy-free
  • 7 grams of dietary fiber
  • 20 grams of protein
  • Certified gluten-free
  • No artificial sweeteners, flavors, or colors
An open container of whey protein powder on a table with a yellow striped towel nearby, a scoop inside the container.

Ways to Use Naked Oats

There are so many tasty ways to use Naked Oats Protein Oats:

  1. Prepare as a protein shake with milk or other favorite liquid. Enjoy right away!
  2. Prepare as overnight oats, chilling in the fridge for five hours or more.
  3. Add to yogurt for a fun flavor mix-in.
  4. Use in baked goods to increase the protein content. I usually sub up to ½ cup for an equal amount of flour in my baking recipes.

How does it taste?

We tested the Cinnamon Roll Protein Oats which really brings the cinnamon roll game! It’s perfect with yogurt, bananas, or pineapple added in.

It’s a sweeter protein powder than I’m used to, as I typically use unflavored whey protein, like this one.

I love it that it doesn’t contain stevia like other protein powders do as that’s a flavor my taste buds just can’t get around. Instead, it contains Reb M (a fermented sugar cane) that is a no-calorie and zero-glycemic sweetener. Sounds like a win to me!

My 19yo son absolutely loves these Naked Oats, declaring them “very tasty!” He loves cinnamon oatmeal and cinnamon cereal, so this was a win for him. #momgoals

a milk bottle of smoothie with a straw next to a bottle of oats, rolled oats and cinnamon sticks in the foreground.

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  1. I’ve tried the Naked PB (which is great!), but none of the Naked Oats. Now I’m craving something sweet and need to get my hands on the Cinnamon Roll Oats! They sound delicious.

  2. We love whey protein and also go through it pretty quickly! Our favorite use is in oatmeal, which the kids love so TOTAL WIN.