This Keto “Oatmeal” is Made From Something Unexpected!


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  1. I use a recipe for "rice pudding" using hemp hearts, chia seeds, ground flax seed and psyllium husks mixed with1/2 cup cottage cheese, 1/4 cup yogurt and a scoop of protein powder and some almond milk. I use the immersion blender to blend the cottage cheese and mix all the other stuff together. It certainly is filling when made this way. Thanks for trying this. I love all of your videos. I tried your orange chicken recipe and loved it!. Also, your cottage cheese cookie dough was what gave me the idea for the "rice pudding". Again, thank you!

  2. Making this for breakfast this week. My old oatmeal breakfast always included oats, flax seed and psyllium topped with yogurt, blueberries, walnuts and maple syrup. I think I’ll add the yogurt, walnuts and sugar free syrup for a great breakfast.
    Thanks for sharing this recipe.

  3. I make this often in the winter. You can mix it up and put in the fridge over night. It will thicken up and be ready to microwave in the AM. I always just cook it in the microwave for two minutes. Cooks perfectly. I’ve made it farina like by using regular coconut flour instead of the coconut flakes. Also very good!