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Fruits and Oatmeal Breakfast Recipe!

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Fruits and Oatmeal Breakfast Recipe

My Fruit and Oatmeal Breakfast recipe is a dairy free option to jumpstart your morning. Oatmeal topped with fresh beautifully colored fruit and a little sprinkle of coconut flakes will help your taste buds wake up for sure. Oatmeal for breakfast is my all time favorite because it keeps me full well into lunch time.

I must admit that I enjoy being a vegetarian. In the beginning, I struggled with feeling misplaced or left out, but once it fused into part of my identity, I embraced all of its challenges. Limited options on menus means I’ll be less overwhelmed (I’m very indecisive) and more likely to try something new.

But there will always be fruit. Sometimes these fruits are in their raw form: a giant bowl of cubed watermelon or clusters of purple grapes. Other times, they’re mixed together in one bowl: berries and banana and grapes! Sometimes, they’re mixed together in a tasting “dressing,” like honey mint or lemon poppy seed or coconut lime.

What you’ll need:

👉🏼 1 cup milk of choice, or water

👉🏼 1/2 cup supply6 oats

👉🏼 1/4 cup each of at least four different fruits (ex. grapes, banana, apples, berries)

👉🏼 1 tbsp lemon or lime juice

👉🏼 1 tsp poppy seeds or 1 sprig mint leaves, chopped pinch of salt

How to make it:

👉🏼 Bring milk (I use 1/2 c almond milk and 1/2 c water) to a boil, add supply6 oats, and reduce heat to medium.

👉🏼 If using apples or another hearty fruit, add immediately.

👉🏼 Once more of the liquid has absorbed, add lime or lemon juice, plus poppy seeds (or chopped mint).

👉🏼 When the oatmeal is almost finished cooking, add half the amounts of any melons or delicate berries you are working with. They do not need to cook, but it’s nice to have all your fruits incorporated throughout the bowl of oatmeal. Give them a gentle stir.

👉🏼 When you’re pleased with the consistency of the oatmeal, transfer to a bowl. Add a splash of your milk of choice, all remaining fruit, and any other additional toppings (mint leaves, nuts, chia seeds, pomegranate seeds, etc.


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