Some folks can’t imagine a morning without a warm and filling bowl of oatmeal. No wonder – oatmeal tastes delicious, is filled with antioxidants and will keep you satisfied until lunch.
Thinking about paleo oatmeal substitute? Well, you don’t need one!
I have paleo oatmeal at least 3 times a week. I especially love it with dried fruit like cranberries and raisins. For a topping you can use honey or maple syrup to make it sweet while keeping it sugar free and 100% paleo.
Oatmeal originated in England and is especially popular in Scotland. It is enjoyed with a variety of toppings and fillings, such as nuts, fresh fruit, dried fruit. It’s an ancient, traditional meal that people enjoy all over the world. So, I thought – why not make oatmeal paleo-friendly?
My paleo oatmeal is made with a banana, which makes it tender and sweet.
Just stir together banana, cashew milk, coconut, almond flour and cinnamon and enjoy.
There are 2 ways you can make paleo oatmeal warm and delicious.
- First, you can microwave it for just about 2 minutes. Then let it cool and add your favorite topping.
- Second, you can add warn cashew milk to the mix.
I personally go the second route: it’s easier for me just to warm up the milk, and it tastes simply amazing.
Now you can easily eat oatmeal on paleo.
In addition, your perfect, 100% paleo friendly oatmeal is ready to enjoy in less than 5 minutes! This makes it the perfect healthy and nutritious dish for a busy morning.
By the way, my family and friends love paleo oatmeal too! It’s the best thing to have for breakfast, and if I want a change, I simply use different fruit for the topping.
Dried mango, strawberries, blueberries and raisins all taste great with your paleo oatmeal!