Pumpkin oatmeal is a sweet, creamy, healthy and filling breakfast you’ll love! Can be made “overnight oats” style or in the morning! Gluten & Dairy Free
Hey, friends, I’m just checking in really fast to bring you this delicious pumpkin oatmeal! As you know I’m currently attending FNCE (Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo) in Chicago! The first few days here were a world wind and the weather was uncharacteristically warm.
Now, the cold weather is rolling in and it’s super rainy out! I had a wonderful breakfast with the Arizona Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Members this morning but this cold rainy weather made me want to curl up in bed with this oatmeal and some Friends TV reruns.
This Arizona girl needs her sun to be motivated or it feels like a lazy day! I know once I get this post up and I head back to the conference center and expo I’ll forget about the weather because that place is BUSY!
Anyways, the best part about this oatmeal is that can be made in the morning or prepped overnight, either way, is fine! The second best part is that it uses REAL canned pumpkin puree in it.
Did you know a ton of pumpkin items just have pumpkin spices and no actual pumpkin in them? Too bad because pumpkin is full of fiber and Vitamin A, plus it tastes really good! Definitely, let me know if you give this one a try!
Pumpkin Oatmeal with Flax
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- Combine all ingredients and let the oats "soak" overnight. Can be eaten hot or cold in the morning!
- Combine all ingredients and microwave until oats are fully cooked 2-3 minutes. Make sure to use a large jar or bowl so that they don't spill over. Add more liquid as needed.
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Four Way To Make Overnight Oats – with Facebook Live Video