HEALTHY WARM BREAKFAST CEREAL BOWL

Healthy Warm Breakfast Cereal Bowl is the perfect way to fill your body with healthy fats, and also keep you warm all winter long. 

HEALTHY WARM BREAKFAST CEREAL BOWL

I’ve been eating this bowl of goodness for a couple months and have been showing it to all of you all throughout Instagram. It is so easy to make and so good for you. I use a mixture of oats, flaxseeds, chia seeds and a couple other ingredients to make a crazy good, healthy warm breakfast cereal bowl.

It is perfect for the fall + winter months and I am telling you with all the healthy omega three fatty acids this breakfast bowl has, it will definitely keep you feeling great.

I literally keep this all in a mason jar in the fridge and all I have to do is pour it into a saucepan with some nut milk or water and I am SO set to go. PLUS if I am in hurry and on the go, I’ll add this with some coconut butter and then wherever I am all I do is add water. This is great when flying, and it was a total life savor for my friend and me when we were in Colorado this past week.

I love eating it as is, topping it with stewed apples or pears. Added some coconut butter, some warm sweet potato puree, pumpkin puree. Or even just some nut butter. It is SO good. I’ve been on a cranberry apple relish kick and that has been the topping this past week.

I focus a lot on eating omega three fatty acids because they are so good for you mental health and keeping your mood in a more positive place. I’ve been relying a lot on omega threes to keep me from falling down the depression hole. You can read more about this on food + mood disorder part one here.

Alright babes, I hope you enjoy this healthy warm breakfast cereal bowl as much as I do.! Have an incredible day, and keep feeling great, cause you are all so amazing!

If you make this, remember to tag #followourpassionstyle or even just drop a comment below, I love hearing all your thoughts and how you guys dress up my recipes.! Xo

No Sugar Added Stewed Cinnamon Apples

WHAT YOU NEED FOR THE DRY CEREAL 

3 cups of gluten free oats

1/2 cup of chia seeds

1/2 cup of ground flaxseeds

1/2 cup of hemp seeds

1/2 T of fine sea salt

4 T of cinnamon

2 T of reishi

I mix all of this and keep it in a large mason jar in my fridge and give is a shake before grabbing about 1/2 or a bit more each time I want some. It makes my mornings easier.

TO MAKE THE BREAKFAST BOWL 

In a small saucepan add about 1/2 of the mixture above, add a little ghee, or coconut butter to make it. Then add some water, or almond milk and low heat cook it until desired consistency. Serve with some of the following toppings.

TOPPINGS

+stewed apples

+nut butter

+ raw nuts or seeds

+ coconut butter

+coconut yogurt

+whatever your heart fancies

TIP If you are taking it on the go, keep it vegan and add 2 T of coconut butter and then just add water or if you are in the collagen wagon like me, add 1 T  of coconut butter and 1 scoop of collagen creamer from Vital Proteins.

HEALTHY WARM BREAKFAST CEREAL BOWL

Andrea Broom

Hi! I'm Andrea. A girl who loves her chocolate as much as her greens.

32 Comments
  1. These warm oat bowls look divine! I usually eat cold cereal but it’s so boring and with it being winter, I totally need something to warm me up!

  2. I just read your post on ‘mood disorder’ and food and it really opened my eyes. I have depression and other mental health issues myself, so it is interesting to note that omega three rich foods are really good for making you feel more positive. I can imagine that the warm breakfast cereal bowl must be delicious!

    1. Ana, I am so glad you liked the post, it is such an amazing way to help with your mood. The bowl is really delicious and perfect for the winter to help boost your mood.

  3. This sounds so yummy! The sweet potato and pumpkin
    purée sounds like it really takes the taste over the edge! I am going to try this out Saturday morning. Is it ok to leave out the chia seeds (I don’t like the texture) or will it mess up the recipe?

    1. I love being able to switch it up depending on the season. No you can totally leave them out, just amp up more of the flaxseeds.

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