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Peaches & Cream Quinoa Oatmeal Bowl - THM E

This sweet creamy Quinoa bowl takes you back to the Quaker peaches and cream oatmeal packets you used to enjoy as a kid. With all the same sweetness but none of the blood sugar crash. Plus its super creamy but doesn't have any dairy, thanks Creamy Dreamy Plant Protein!



A few health benefits Quinoa:

  • Quinoa is a more gentle source of grains so its easier for your body in terms of being gentler on your blood sugar.

  • Quinoa is a good source of fiber

  • Quinoa has higher protein content than most other grains.

  • Its a good source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.

  • One of the main vitamins found in Quinoa is Folate, a B vitamin that is essential for cell function and tissue growth. Which is important for pregnant ladies.

  • Quinoa is a good source of iron, thus great for nursing mama's after birth to help build back blood volume.


Creamy Dreamy Plant Protein

  • Hemp protein

  • Dairy free

  • Complete protein source

  • Inflammation fighter

  • Great protein source to anchor your meals such as : Oatmeal, shakes, and lattes!



Ingredients:

¾ Cup Pre-cooked Quinoa/Oatmeal

¾ cup Unsweetened Almond Milk (UAM)

2 TBSP Gentle Sweet

2 TBSP Creamy Dreamy

Diced Peaches (drain juice)



Instructions:

  1. Warm Pre-cooked Quinoa/Oatmeal

  2. Sprinkle Quinoa/Oatmeal with Gentle Sweet

  3. Add Creamy Dreamy to UAM

  4. Pour UAM over quinoa/oatmeal

  5. Add in peaches

  6. Enjoy!


Notes:

Use the diced peaches that have no added sugar. Drain juice.


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Magdalen Diebel
Magdalen Diebel
Apr 06, 2022

So gonna try this! I loved peaches and cream oatmeal as a kid

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Jill Comstock
Jill Comstock
Apr 05, 2022

I wonder if it would be good mixed with an on plan yogurt?!?!?

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