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Super Charged Oatmeal - A Sprouted Oat Breakfast
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Super Charged Oatmeal - A Sprouted Oat Breakfast

Prep Time: 20 min

I thought I liked oatmeal....but when I soaked my whole (I used hulless) oats overnight...and mixed this together, I could not believe how delicious it tasted! Given the oats are germinated..and sometimes just starting to sprout....they are even more  nutritious!!! 

I prefer hulless oats, but any organic whole oats should work. If in doubt, do a test. Soak 1/4 cup of oats overnight. Drain and put them in a mason jar...covered with either a sprouting lid or cheesecloth/rubber band. Rinse ever 6 - 10 hours and drain..by the next day, the oats should have little tail sprouts forming. If not..then your oats are not raw. Find oats that sprout for you and then make this amazing dish! 

 

Ingredients

3/4 cup of sproutable whole oats, soaked overnight

3 Tablespoons almond milk or filtered water

1 Tablespoon maple syrup, grade B (or honey/agave)

1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

2 Tablespoons pumpkin seeds

1/4 cup walnuts or almonds soaked, overnight

1/4 cup raisins

Garnish: Raisins, coconut, apples, bananas, berries, slivered almonds, mango, hemp seed, cinnamon, etc.

Directions: 1 - Rinse and drain soaked oats and nuts.

2 - In food processor, mix oats, water, sweetener, extract, and pumpkin seeds.

3 - Add 1/3 of walnuts and raisins and pulse process until mixture begins to soften, still on the chewy in texture.

4 - Add milk or water slowly, as needed for texture.

5 - Garnish with remaining nuts and raisins, shredded coconut, sunflower seeds, etc.

6 - You can warm individual servings in dehydrator for several minutes.

This is a super energizing breakfast and a fantastic way to start your kids off before school!  Let them sprinkle on their own toppings to make it fun.

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I am the founder of Rawfully Tempting (www.rawfullytempting.com).I am currently working on several recipe books. My recipes are all plant based and uncooked. Food is never heated above 115 degrees F in order to keep enzymes and nutrients alive. Any other raw foodies around here? You don't have to be a raw foodie to enjoy one of my treats, but your body will thank you..it's all super healthy and alive... Your votes are much appreciated! I am happy to vote for recipes, however, am unable to vote when ingredients used are processed, and contain refined sugars and starches. Love to look at your pics and see what you are doing. Thanks for stopping by. I have hundreds of recipes in my blog www.rawfullytempting.com. Feel free to check it out too.

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  1. No Name
    This looks amazing and sounds so good. I will have to try this one here. Thank you for sharing this with us. Voted
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    1. Rawfully Tempting
      Rawfully Tempting
      Thank you Naya!
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      1. No Name
        Do you realize you can vote for yourself. Please if you have not give yourself a vote.
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  2. Veganara
    Veganara
    Voted. It does look and sound really good. I would never have thought of sprouting oats! A must-try. You might be interested in my latest blog, Can A Vegan Diet Cure Cancer? Please check it out. :-)
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    1. Rawfully Tempting
      Rawfully Tempting
      Great article..voted...
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