Chocolate heaven can be so healthy!
If I’d known that a few years ago I would’ve made myself this oatmeal recipe for breakfast every day.
Do YOU love chocolate?
I heard there are people who don’t like chocolate… Well, I’m clearly not one of them.
I LOVE chocolate.
I place a piece of chocolate on my oatmeal and porridge bowls every day.
It’s so satisfying to watch it melt and then dig in with my spoon and eat it together with my creamy, warm oatmeal…
You know what’s even better than chocolate on top of oatmeal?
You guessed it…
CHOCOLATE OATMEAL with CHOCOLATE on top.
Cacao inside of the oatmeal chocolate pieces on top, and crunchy cacao nibs to finish off the perfect indulgence.
Today I am sharing this very simple chocolate oatmeal recipe with you.
All you need is:
- Rolled oats
- Plant milk of your choice (I mostly use almond)
- A chocolate protein powder of your choice.
FYI: Protein powders should only be taken when your body has a use for them (if you lift weights). Otherwise, you can replace the chocolate protein powder used in this recipe with 1 extra teaspoon cacao + 1 tsp coconut sugar or some nut butter to enhance the flavour.
If you try this recipe make sure to tag me on Instagram:
@laurafruitfairy + #HealthyFairyFood or #FairyBowls
♥ I can’t wait to see your recreations! ♥
- 80 g rolled oats
- 200 g almond milk
- 200 g water
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
- 1 tbsp chocolate protein powder (I use "choco-macchiato protein" by Nu3)
- 1 banana(s)
- 1 tsp psyllium husks
- some sweetener (optional)
- Mash the banana with a fork.
- Place oats, water, and almond milk in a pot and bring to boil.
- When boiling, turn down the heat and whisk regularly for a few minutes.
- When the rolled oats have absorbed most of the liquid, stir in cacao powder, chocolate protein, psyllium husks and the mashed banana. Combine well.
- Transfer oatmeal to a bowl and top with 1 more banana, blueberries, chocolate pieces, cacao nibs and other toppings of your choice.