X

Good Food Good Vibes, Science-based Health.

No Thanks
Blended Date Oatmeal from the Fall Society | Nutrition Stripped
Eat Well Sep. 27. 2016
Breakfast

Blended Date Oatmeal

Sep. 27. 2016
Breakfast
McKel Hill, MS, RDN, LDN

McKel Hill, MS, RDN, LDN

Founder

A super creamy, sticky, and hearty oatmeal made with blended dates and oats that can be enjoyed warm or chilled.

Today’s Blended Date Oatmeal from the Fall Meal Plan of the NS Society is a super creamy, sticky, and hearty oatmeal made with blended dates and oats that can be enjoyed warm or chilled. Try it out for yourself and let me know what you think!

Blend your oatmeal?

Have you ever blended your oatmeal? Did you try this recipe and enjoy! Let me know what you think by leaving a comment or rating the recipe so I can know what to keep making for you guys!

xx McKel

The Recipe

Serves

Print

4 cups rolled oats

4 cups almond milk

4 cups canned organic full fat coconut milk

8 pitted dates

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

½ teaspoon ground cinnamon

Pinch of sea salt to taste

Directions:

In a blender combine all ingredients and blend until smooth. Pour this mixture into serving bowls or mason jars (for on the go) and store in the fridge overnight or at room temperature for 2 hours before eating.

Another option you have with this recipe is to blend and immediately cook for 10 minutes until warm. Otherwise, store leftovers in the fridge in an airtight container or mason jar—you can make multiple batches of this recipe for the entire week.

Note: To boost the protein in making this a meal, I recommend serving with eggs or other protein source or simply adding 1 scoop vanilla protein powder per serving.

NS Society


Lentil Fuel Bowl with Tahini Dressing | Nutrition Stripped recipe

Lentil Nourish Bowl with Tahini Dressing

NS Pillars Of Health

What Are Nootropics?

Sesame Cashew Shrimp | Nutrition Stripped #recipe

Sesame Cashew Shrimp

Exclusive online nutrition resources and recipes — a $5.99 monthly subscription to know more about living well.

Join Now

Did you try it out?

Share Your Thoughts & Images

  • Shyla

    Yay for recipes that take me straight back to my childhood! I made this for breakfast this morning and it was SO reminiscent of Saturday mornings spent eating warm (probably too sugary) bowls of cream of wheat. Absolutely love this gluten free and healthy spin on an classic creamy porridge. Amazing!

    • I’m so glad you liked the recipe, Shyla! I’m all about making classic favorites as healthy and simple as possible!

  • Looks amazing! I’ve never tried blending my oats! xoxo

  • Can’t wait to try this, it sounds super yum!

  • Amanda

    Just made it this morning and it truly is the best oatmeal I’ve ever had. And so simple!!! Will be sharing this post with all my clients!!

  • ali wender

    love this, can’t wait to try !

  • Jen

    I’m very sensitive to insulin spikes from refined carbohydrates, which is the response induced by rolled oats ground up finely as in this recipe. Do you think this recipe could work with steel-cut oats instead somehow?

  • gc11530

    What kind of canned coconut milk do you use? Do you buy or make almond milk? It’s so much trouble to make it :

  • Taylor

    I have had these four times now and wake up craving them! They are so delicious! I have never had blended oats before these and they are now my favorite way to eat oats! They are exactly as described, warm, sticky, and delicious! The touch of maple syrup and crunchy pecans on top are perfect! Please make more variations!!

    • So glad you enjoyed these Taylor! They’re my go-to this chilly season and yes you can make so many variations! xx

  • Pingback: How To Eat Healthy With Your Partner | Nutrition Stripped()

  • Pingback: How To Eat Healthy With Your Partner | Nutrition News()

  • Pingback: How To Eat Healthy With Your Partner()

Blended Date Oatmeal from the Fall Society | Nutrition Stripped
Submit Your Own