Healing plant-based keto porridge topped with strawberry
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Whole Food, Plant Based Omega Noatmeal Instant Porridge

by Maggie Jones
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If a bowl of oatmeal is what’s standing between you and all the benefits of a ketogenic diet, this warm, comforting porridge is for you.

This porridge is a nutrition powerhouse with over 15 grams of protein per serving. It’s also a rich source of essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids with, as made here, a perfect one-to-one ratio at 8.6 grams of each.

Don’t think you have to make it just like it’s made here, though – adjust the ratios to fit your palate and what’s in your cupboard. I also love to add a tablespoon or two of coconut flour or desiccated coconut in place of some of the almond flour – or in addition. Psyllium husk is another potentially nice addition.

Don’t worry if you don’t have all the ingredients. I make my noatmeal differently every time and it’s always delicious.

Topped with coconut milk, almond butter and low carb strawberry jam.

Toppings are another way to customize and make this porridge yours. I love it with berries, coconut cream, nut butter, cacao nibs, or my latest chia seed jam.

As an added bonus, the ingredients can be combined in advance for easy meal-prep, travel and fast meals on the go – all you need to do is tip the seeds and powders into a bowl and add boiling water when you’re ready to eat.

Topped with coconut flakes and frozen berries mixed with coconut cream.

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2 comments

Betty Dickerson October 3, 2020 - 4:27 pm

This was SO filling and satisfying!!!! If I wanted to add some blueberries, can I sub out the almond flour? How can I adjust ? Thank you Maggie!!! Definitely a winner!!!!

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Maggie Jones October 3, 2020 - 6:19 pm

Thank you so much! You can adjust all the ingredients to your preference. Leave out the almond flour, leave out the coconut flour, different proportions, whatever. Most of the time these days I just use ground flax seeds and hot water. It’s really all you need, the rest is bonus.

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