Oatmeal Drenched with Homemade Almond Milk

5 minutes

super easy


Oatmeal is a quick and easy breakfast packed with nutrition and delicious to eat. This oatmeal recipe is drenched with creamy almond milk and will leave you feeling full and satisfied. My healthy oatmeal is full of fiber, healthy fats, and protein. You can also make a conscious choice of which kind of oats to use to be more mindful of your health. Selecting your favorite toppings for your oatmeal bowl will make your breakfast more satisfying and beneficial for your body. 

Is Oatmeal Good Weight Loss Breakfast? 

Yes, oatmeal is good for weight loss! Oatmeal has been recently trending on social media as a popular weight loss breakfast. It is tasty and low in calories, making it the perfect breakfast for someone trying to be in a caloric deficit. Plus, eating more calories earlier in your day can help you feel full throughout the day, and you will be less likely to overeat throughout the day. Oatmeal is also naturally gluten-free, so even those with gluten intolerance can get their carbohydrates in for breakfast. 

Oatmeal is also highly customizable, so you can make your oatmeal breakfast as calorie-dense as you want. If you are trying to lose weight, you should avoid fatty and empty-calorie toppings. With the right oatmeal recipe, you can enjoy a tasty, creamy bowl of oats while being productive about weight loss. 

Health Benefits of Oatmeal

Oatmeal is whole grains that contains carbohydrates. However, they are also high in fiber protein, and work to keep sugar levels steady. This helps you prevent energy spikes and crashes. It also contains plenty of vitamins and minerals that are important to maintaining your health. Oatmeal also contains a fiber called beta-glucan fiber which reduces cholesterol. This can help lower the chances of heart disease and strokes. 

You can also add scoops of protein powder to the oatmeal. Protein powder helps with muscle growth, so it is important to get enough protein if you regularly go to the gym or exercise. If you are looking for a healthy lifestyle, change you must definitely try the Fattoush Salad or the Asian Coleslaw to fulfil your hunger pangs.

Oatmeal is a healthy food option.

There are many different kinds of oats that are good. So honestly, whichever type of oats you decide to make it up for you! I like to use less processed oatmeal since less processed oatmeal benefits your health the most. Most of the different types of oats are available in your local grocery store. Each kind of oat is slightly different in taste, texture, and cooking time, but they are all excellent options for a healthy breakfast. 

5 Different Types available in the market

Oat groats – These oats are the whole kernel that is just removed from the hull. These oats are the least processed, but they have the longest cooking time. Oat groats should be soaked in warm water overnight to cut down on the cooking time. They can take anywhere between 30 to 45 minutes to cook.

Steel-cut oats – Steel-cut oats, also called Irish oats, are the whole oat groats cut into pieces. These take less time to cook than oat groats since they are cut, and they take about 20 to 30 minutes to cook. Steel-cut oats are personally my favorite. I like that they are chewy, crunchy, and have a delicious nutty flavor.

Rolled oats –  Rolled oats are also commonly known as old-fashioned oats. These oats are essentially oat groats that are steamed and rolled into flakes. Rolled oats only take between 5 to 10 minutes to cook.  

Quick oats – Quick oats are similar to rolled oats, but they are steamed longer before they are rolled. This creates thinner oats that take even less time to cook. Quick oats only need 3 to 5 minutes to cook. 

Instant oats – Instant oats are the most processed. The oat flakes have been steamed the longest, and they are cut into smaller pieces. Instant oats take under 2 minutes to cook, and they can even be made in the microwave. 

What Can You Put in as Your Toppings?

Oatmeal is plain and creamy, which makes it perfect for toppings! The versatility of this dish means you can mix and match all sorts of toppings and experiment with what flavors you like best. So load your tasty toppings and give your oatmeal additional flavor, texture, and nutrition. Here are some examples of amazing toppings to elevate your healthy breakfast!

  • simple golden raisins and cinnamon
  • blueberries and dried coconut 
  • strawberries and nut butter
  • caramelized banana with cinnamon and vanilla
  • ground cardamom and a spoonful of date molasses

This dish is one of my favorite as it is very tasty as well as easy to prepare just like French fries. So, don’t forget to try it out today.



Adjust Servings
1 cup steel-cut oats
3 cups water
1 cup almond milk
2 tablespoons honey
2 tablespoons peanut butter
½ teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
Salt to taste


Boil water in a pot with a pinch of salt.
Bring the heat to low and add the oats into the water. Let the oats simmer for 25 minutes or until the oats are tender.
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Once the oats are tender, add the peanut butter, cinnamon, and vanilla extract to the pot with the oatmeal. Stir the oatmeal and cook it thoroughly for an additional 2 minutes.
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Remove the pot from the heat and serve the oatmeal with almond milk on top.
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You can also add a handful of almonds, walnuts, raisins, or other toppings for a crunchy texture.
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