Creamy Ginger Peach Oats

Gluten free oats are such a simple and satisfying breakfast, but they can get boring.  I have been trying to come up with different ways to enjoy them without to much hassle.  The ginger peach version was so creamy and delicious.  Almost tasted like dessert!!

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Ingredients:  

1 c frozen peaches

1 tsp raw coconut butter

1 tsp honey

1 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp ground ginger

1/4 tsp cardamom

Dash of nutmeg

For Serving:  

1/2 c precooked gluten free rolled oats

1/4 c almond milk

Slivered almonds (for topping)

1.  Add frozen peaches, raw coconut butter, honey, and all spices to microwave safe dish.  Microwave for 2 minutes.

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2.  Remove from microwave.  Stir all ingredients together.  Put back in for another 1 1/2 minutes.  It should now be bubbly and creamy.  Stir really really well.

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3.  Add to a bowl and mix in your almond milk and oats.  Top with slivered almonds.  Dig in and Enjoy 🙂

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Simple Oats

I am pretty limited in ingredients these days due to my diet restrictions for my treatment, so my recipes are admittedly a little boring right now.  BUT, the good news is that I am “allowed” to eat it, and they still taste pretty darn good.

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Ingredients:

3/4 c Rolled Whole Oats (Gluten Free), cooked.  I like Bob’s Red Mill Brand

1 tsp Coconut butter or coconut oil

1/4 c brown rice milk, unsweetened

1/2 c fresh raspberries

1 tbsp raw cocao nibs

Optional:  Stevia, to taste (if you like it a little sweeter)

Mix up your cooked oats, coconut butter or oil, and brown rice in a bowl.

Top with fresh berries and cocao nibs.  (The nibs give it a nice crunch)

I always like to make a larger recipe of the oats and keep it in the fridge for any easy breakfast.

Cooking and prepping meals is not the easiest thing to do when you’re ill, so trust me, this comes in handy!

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