Low carb Oatmeal, paleo porridge, coconut porridge, call it as you like it is ridiculously delicious and healthy !
This Healthy Low Carb Oatmeal recipe made with coconut flour, almond butter and almond milk is a great alternative to your regular oatmeal. It is a single serve clean eating recipe, ready in 5 minutes and 100% sugar free. You’ll love its creamy, silky-sweet texture. If you watch the carbs, note that this single serve oatmeal recipe contains only 5.8 g net carb – yes, it is also loaded with 8.2 g of plant-based protein to feed those muscles! It can be eaten for breakfast or as a light post work out snack. Dairy free, vegan, gluten free, kids approved!
Low carb oatmeal : thick, silky and creamy
I am having oatmeal every morning, but right now I am tired of my regular oatmeal. I want something different, an healthy oatmeal alternative idea without eggs! So … that low carb oatmeal recipe with coconut flour and almond butter is my new thing. It tick all the box : 100% vegan, low carb and only 5 ingredients ! Note, below I shoot 1/2 cup almond milk but after making this recipe few times, I prefer to use 3/4 cup of almond milk to reach a creamier texture. Follow full recipe below to make it perfectly.
That is the thing, I am a HUGE low carb recipe lover for years. But, on the other sides, I am also trying to eat more earth conscious – cruelty free. I switch to a vegetarian diet 4 months ago. I don’t like to call myself a vegan as I still had some food that contains eggs. Well I do my best but when you love low carb food it is not easy to turn 100% vegan but I will get there. Plus my kids loves eggs. But there is no more meat or dairy in my house for sure. It is ridiculously easy to make – like a regular oatmeal, bring everything into a saucepan
… simmer 2-3 minutes
until thick and creamy …
It is a deliciously comforting coconut porridge with a beautiful creamy texture, nutty flavor of the almond butter and bites of shredded coconut. I absolutely love it and the kids too! I serve my low carb oatmeal bowl with berries, sliced almonds, crushed peanuts and a drizzle of runny almond butter.
The texture and taste is absolutely amazing! And you don’t have to be a chef to make this. It only takes 5 minutes and you’ll love this healthy oatmeal recipe, I am sure. So who’s making this for breakfast tomorrow?
Have a lovely weekend.
Low Carb Oatmeal with Coconut Flour
- Place all the ingredients into a medium saucepan.
- Heat until it starts to simmer, bring to a light boil, then lower the heat and simmer for 2-3 minutes, stirring occasionally, until thickened.
- Off the heat when it reach the consistency you like. If you like a creamy thick porridge 2 minutes is great, if you like a drier texture keep cooking as you will do for regular oatmeal.
- Serve hot with your favorite toppings and add extra unsweetened almond milk if desired.