Recipe Corner: Strawberry Cream Oatmeal

Posted by Carey Kidd on

Recipe by Cornelia Sabrina,  @Cornelia_Sabrina on IG

Oatmeal is one of the most simple and also most filling breakfast options out there. With a
natural sweet tooth, oatmeal has saved me more than once from eating something that would
have been not even half as good for me. Most people think oatmeal is boring, and it might be if
all you do is buy pre-packaged flavored packets and heat it in the microwave. Being a chef de
cuisine when it comes to oatmeal, I definitely always come up with new ways to change flavors
and make it exciting and I am happy to share this one with you today. With the summer I alwats
think of strawberries and cream, which I ate a lot as a kid when it was strawberry season. I
definitely recommend freeze dried strawberries over fresh as the flavor is way more intense and
there is less water involved, but both works. If you only have rolled oats, you might want to
pulse them in a food processor to make them more fine or cook them longer, however it will
become way more creamy with quick oats. I hope you enjoy it!

Recipe makes 1 serving
Time: 10 minutes

1/2 cup Quick Oats
1 scoop TRU Strawberry Jam Protein
2 cups Cashew Milk, unsweetened
1/2 cup freeze dried Strawberries, roughly chopped
1 tsp Vanilla Extract
3 tbsp plant based creamer/half&half, unsweetened
1 tbsp Cashew Butter


1) Add quick oats, cashew milk, vanilla extract and freeze dried strawberries into a sauce pan,
cover and bring to a boil and let cook for 5 minutes.

2) Add TRU protein and stir in until combined and no lumps are left and cook on low heat for 3
more minutes. Add liquid if it seems too thick or cook longer if you prefer a thicker consistency.

3) Add 3 tbsp of creamer and 1 tbsp of Cashew Butter last and stir in. Serve as is or top with your
favorite toppings.

1 serving :
472 calories
35 g protein
46.5g carbs (9.5g of sugar from fruit)
18 g fat

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