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PrOats with Almond Maple Drizzle

I often use protein powder in my oats as protein plays an important role in rebuilding and

repairing muscles. You can eat this delicious bowl of oats two hours before a workout or

after a workout to get the benefits. It is also highly nutritious without the protein powder

and a wonderful warming breakfast for the whole family. My kids love to build their own

bowls too so a great way to get the children involved in breakfast time.

Adding in the hemp hearts and chia seeds boosts the antioxidant, protein, and fibre content

of the oats.

PROATS 1 serve

3/4 cup of rolled oats

1 tbsp chia seeds

1 tbsp hemp hearts

1 cup of water

1 scoop of protein powder (optional) I use Welle-co Vanilla powder

1/2 cup of blueberries or mixed berries

Half a banana

Small handful of walnuts

Small handful of goji berries (optional)

Small handful of pumpkin seeds

Small handful of sunflower seeds

Dollop of coconut yoghurt (optional)

1/2 cup of soy milk


1 tbsp almond butter

1 tbsp of maple syrup

Cook oats with hemp hearts and chia seeds and 1 cup of water over medium heat, cook

until desired consistency is reached. Once cooked if you are using protein powder take the

oats off the heat and mix through the powder.

If your berries are frozen heat this in another pot with a tiny splash of water.

For the maple drizzle

Place one the maple syrup and almond butter in a small bowl and whisk until thoroughly



Place oats in a bowl and top with the berries, walnuts, half a banana, goji berries, seeds, and

the plant milk of your choice.

I like to top mine with coconut yoghurt and then drizzle over my maple almond butter



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