The Best Keto ‘Oatmeal’ Recipe – You Won’t Even Miss Oats!

Yields4 Servings
 ¾ cup Unflavored Hemp Hearts
  cup Chia Seeds
 ½ cup Coconut Flour
 ½ cup Stevia Fiber Sugar Substitute - You can use whatever you would like to use here, but I think this blend tastes the best for the oatmeal-like texture
 2 tsp Cinnamon (or to taste)
 8 cups Almond Milk or Water
 4 tsp Vanilla Extract
 2 tsp Salt
 4 Strawberries For Topping (optional)
 2 tbsp Ground Golden Flaxseed
1

Bring water or milk to a soft boil

2

While your water is getting to a soft boil, mix the hemp hearts, chia seeds, ground golden flaxseed, coconut flour, and salt. Once the pot is bubbling (little bubbles, not a rolling boil) pour the dry ingredients into the water. (put the sugar in later, not now!)

3

Move quickly with a wooden spoon and stir so that none of the bits will form clumps in the water. Chia seeds stick and start getting lumpy quite easily.

4

Lower the temperature to a simmer, medium low should be fine. Stir in the vanilla extract, stevia, and cinnamon. I prefer to keep my calorie count down in the morning, but if you want yours extra indulgent you can add a 1/4 tbsp of butter to make it rich.

5

I don't know what consistency you like, but I've always preferred a more hearty, thicker oatmeal. If you prefer yours to be softer, more like a porridge with a squishier texture, then cook yours until the mixture is just cooked and soft.

For a thick texture, cook down until it looks like the picture. I find this usually takes about 8-12 minutes. I wish I could tell you there is a set time for this, but it really is based off of personal taste.
For a more porridge-like consistency - cook it less. I know, super informative. <3

My grandma-ma loved putting milk, cinnamon, and brown sugar in ours after it was cooked. Still brings back fond memories. <3

6

Now the fun part. After you put it in ze bowls - Choose toppings! I used strawberry, swerve brown sugar, and crushed high key vanilla wafer cookie. Just a bit crushed up to give a nice crispy top to crunchy-munch to your heart's content.

7

Tada! Cue the fanfare, do a dance. A breakfast of kings in less than 30 minutes for you and the family. Wonderful to have on a rainy, or cool morning with a cup of joe or a cup of tea~

I found a unicorn mug for my oatmeal today and was feeling a touch of whimsy coming on. You can do it too, I believe in you~ Invite a bit of joy and deliciousness into your world today.

Recipe Notes
8

You can also alter the recipe to have 1:1 ratio of Swerve brown sugar (or sukron or whichever you like) and the Stevia sweetener.

If you prefer yours more savory, just add a touch more salt at the end.

This recipe is meant for 4 people, so you can adjust the ratio if you are just making it for yourself by dividing the measurements by 4. This is one of a few recipes you can do that and the math works out wonderfully.

Ingredients

 ¾ cup Unflavored Hemp Hearts
  cup Chia Seeds
 ½ cup Coconut Flour
 ½ cup Stevia Fiber Sugar Substitute - You can use whatever you would like to use here, but I think this blend tastes the best for the oatmeal-like texture
 2 tsp Cinnamon (or to taste)
 8 cups Almond Milk or Water
 4 tsp Vanilla Extract
 2 tsp Salt
 4 Strawberries For Topping (optional)
 2 tbsp Ground Golden Flaxseed

Directions

1

Bring water or milk to a soft boil

2

While your water is getting to a soft boil, mix the hemp hearts, chia seeds, ground golden flaxseed, coconut flour, and salt. Once the pot is bubbling (little bubbles, not a rolling boil) pour the dry ingredients into the water. (put the sugar in later, not now!)

3

Move quickly with a wooden spoon and stir so that none of the bits will form clumps in the water. Chia seeds stick and start getting lumpy quite easily.

4

Lower the temperature to a simmer, medium low should be fine. Stir in the vanilla extract, stevia, and cinnamon. I prefer to keep my calorie count down in the morning, but if you want yours extra indulgent you can add a 1/4 tbsp of butter to make it rich.

5

I don't know what consistency you like, but I've always preferred a more hearty, thicker oatmeal. If you prefer yours to be softer, more like a porridge with a squishier texture, then cook yours until the mixture is just cooked and soft.

For a thick texture, cook down until it looks like the picture. I find this usually takes about 8-12 minutes. I wish I could tell you there is a set time for this, but it really is based off of personal taste.
For a more porridge-like consistency - cook it less. I know, super informative. <3

My grandma-ma loved putting milk, cinnamon, and brown sugar in ours after it was cooked. Still brings back fond memories. <3

6

Now the fun part. After you put it in ze bowls - Choose toppings! I used strawberry, swerve brown sugar, and crushed high key vanilla wafer cookie. Just a bit crushed up to give a nice crispy top to crunchy-munch to your heart's content.

7

Tada! Cue the fanfare, do a dance. A breakfast of kings in less than 30 minutes for you and the family. Wonderful to have on a rainy, or cool morning with a cup of joe or a cup of tea~

I found a unicorn mug for my oatmeal today and was feeling a touch of whimsy coming on. You can do it too, I believe in you~ Invite a bit of joy and deliciousness into your world today.

Recipe Notes
8

You can also alter the recipe to have 1:1 ratio of Swerve brown sugar (or sukron or whichever you like) and the Stevia sweetener.

If you prefer yours more savory, just add a touch more salt at the end.

This recipe is meant for 4 people, so you can adjust the ratio if you are just making it for yourself by dividing the measurements by 4. This is one of a few recipes you can do that and the math works out wonderfully.

The Best Keto ‘Oatmeal’ Recipe – You Won’t Even Miss Oats!

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