Superfood Oatmeal

I love oatmeal for breakfast and sometimes dinner. It is a great breakfast option because it will fill you up in a healthy way, lower your cholesterol (due to the high level of fiber), and you can get away with a little sweetness (the fiber causes a slower absorption of sugar).  No time in the morning? Portion it out in cups or bowls for a faster morning option like I did for my mom here:

Picture of Apple Pie Oatmeal (without brûlée)

Lately, I’ve been trying to add as many ‘superfoods’ to my meals as possible and this has been my favorite combo. I’ve had it maybe 5 days in a row after my GGS and workout. I combined: chia seeds, cacao, bee pollen, unsweetened dried coconut, and banana mash. So much energy, protein, slow burning carbs, and yummy-ness in one bowl. Here’s how i make it:

1. mash a banana in a bowl.
2. add a small scoop of raw cacao for antioxidants and chocolatey goodness.
 3. stir together
 5. portion out your oatmeal (I use steel cut) in another bowl.
 6. pour your ‘chocolate sauce’ over the oatmeal but don’t stir together.
 7. add 1-2 tablespoons of Chia Seeds
8. add a tablespoon of dried coconut
 9. add a teaspoon of bee pollen (energy in a spoon)
 10. enjoy.
how do you eat your oatmeal?
other oatmeal recipes:

2 thoughts on “Superfood Oatmeal

  1. I eat overnight oats made with steel cut oats, almond milk, a tablespoon of Greek yogurt and loads of cinnamon. In the morning I add a teaspoon of chia seeds, a generous portion of blueberries, and a few walnuts.

  2. I eat overnight oats made with steel cut oats, almond milk, a tablespoon of Greek yogurt and loads of cinnamon. In the morning I add a teaspoon of chia seeds, a generous portion of blueberries, and a few walnuts.

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