A real quick and easy breakfast idea – Almond Milk Oatmeal topped with Frozen Raspberries and Blackberries.
I love oatmeal for several reasons. It’s simple to prep, it’s nutritious, it offers a space for improvisations, meaning you can use the things you already have at home and make something delicious. Not to mention, with a little effort, Instagrammable af! The only thing I don’t like about it, it’s that I always need a second breakfast in like 15 minutes. But, the fact that it’s finger-licking good, and healthy, kinda makes up for that.
I’ve already shared one easy breakfast oatmeal recipe here, but this time I mixed things up a bit, making it an almond milk oatmeal, and instead of bananas and stuff, I topped it with frozen raspberries and blueberries. The difference between the two is the regular-milk oatmeal is a sweeter, and honestly a little better for my personal taste. The latter a.k.a the almond milk oatmeal is not as sweet, plus the berries add a slightly bitter taste to it. It was still tasty tho!
So, let’s see how to make this easy breakfast almond milk oatmeal bowl.
Almond Milk Oatmeal with Frozen Berries Recipe.
Time to Make | around 5-10 Minutes
Serves | 1
– 1/2 Cup Oatmeal
– 2 Teaspoons Chia Seeds
– 1 Teaspoon Honey
– 2 Teaspoons Coconut Flakes (+ some more to sprinkle on top)
– 150-200 ml Almond Milk
– Frozen Berries (I used frozen raspberries and raspberries)
Making the Almond Milk Oatmeal with Berries.
1. Put the oatmeal into a bowl. Add the honey, the Chia seeds, and the coconut flakes. Mix it up (with a spoon).
2. Add the almond milk and mix. You can leave the oatmeal a little before eating it, if you want the oats to like soak the almond milk. If you do that, you might wanna add some more almond mil later before actually eating it, as it kinda gets all dry when it soaks more time.
3. Add the frozen berries, and obviously, any more fruits of your desire. Sprinkle some coconut flakes on top, and voila!
4. Bonus Ideas | You can add almonds, peanuts, and stuff to it, both in tiny pieces in the mixture, and/or whole as toppings.
Well, compared to the last two posts (here and here), this one is significantly shorter, it’s like I’m suddenly speechless or some shit haha. Anyways, I hope you’ll try and like the almond milk oatmeal breakfast bowl recipe. And of course, share your thoughts and/or any oatmeal recipes of your own in comments, I’d love to hear you out. Also, shoot a picture and share it on Instagram using #artysdiylife so I can find it and see it!