Easy cinnamon oatmeal bowl with only 4 ingredients. This vegan oat bowl contains around 400 calories per serving, 15 g fiber, and almost 14 g of plant based protein.
It is a very customizable whole food plant based breakfast option (no added sugar, oil, or processed food). Top it with fruit, nuts, seeds, nut butters, and more. My favorite toppings are apples, bananas, and walnuts. I also like to use raisins to sweeten the oats but you can use maple syrup, as well.
I add the raisins into the pot and cook them with the oats. You can make the cinnamon oats on the stove top or in the microwave.
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Delicious toppings for the cinnamon oatmeal:
- chia seeds
- almond butter (no sugar, salt, or oil added)
- coconut flakes
- cashew butter
- peanut butter
- and more
NUtrition of the vegan cinnamon oatmeal
One serving contains 417 calories, 68 g carbs, 11.8 g fat, 13.7 g protein, and 15 g fiber. The oat bowl is also high in omega 3 fatty acids, which is an anti-inflammatory nutrient. The omega 3 is found in flax seeds. I use milled flax seed for better absorption.
The cinnamon oatmeal is also high in B-vitamins, iron, magnesium, and zinc. The nutrition information is without added toppings (just the 4 ingredients).
- Add the ingredients into a small pot and set to medium heat.
- Let everything simmer for 5-8 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
- Add more almond milk if desired.
- Move the mix to a bowl or meal prep container and add your favorite toppings.
- Store in the fridge up to 5 days.
Microwave: You can also cook this in the microwave with 1-minute increments. Keep stirring after each minute and take it out once everything is cooked thoroughly.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 418Total Fat: 11.8gCarbohydrates: 68gFiber: 15gProtein: 13.7g