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Omega-Rich Oatmeal: Achieve optimum performance

Omega-Rich Oatmeal: Achieve optimum performance

Ingredients:

  • 1c Oats
  • 1/4c Quinoa
  • 1.5c H20
  • 2T Coconut oil
  • .5c Blueberries
  • .5c Raisins
  • 1T cinnamon
  • 1t vanilla extract

Toppings:

  • 1T Flaxseed oil
  • 1 Banana
  • Shredded coconut (unsweetened)
  • Hempseed/ Chia Seeds

The method:

In a saucepan pour the coconut oil in, enough to lightly coat your oats. Turn your burner to medium/high.

Add your oats in and stir. I usually want for them to get a little golden brown then stir it up, just be careful so they don’t burn.

After they are nice and toasty (about 3-4mins), add in the quinoa.  Next add in your water, it should cover about an inch higher than the concoction. (think the same way you would cook rice). 

Once this all cooks down, add in vanilla extract, cinnamon, raisins and blueberries- stir.

Let this cook for another few minutes. 

Time to put it all into a bowl…

  • Cut up a banana and place it in the bottom of the bowl
  • Add in your oats and top with the chia seeds, hemp seeds, and the shredded coconut. I throw flax seed oil on there too but it depends if you like the taste
  • If you want it sweeter add in some maple syrup!

 

This usually lasts me a couple of days in the fridge and takes about 10 mins to make.  It is has an awesome amount of protein, omegas and potassium.  The coconut oil in there too- that’s an appetite suppressant.  Not to mention there is MCT in coconut oil which is great for your brain :)))  If you want to add almond butter that’s great too it has so many micronutrients like: iron, protein, magnesium, vitamin e etc. 

OmegaThis usually lasts me a couple of days in the fridge and takes about 10 mins to make.

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