Homemade Grain Free Oatmeal

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grain free oatmeal

Grain Free Oatmeal

Grain free oatmeal is a great recipe from my friend Kimberly Fuller who was looking for a way to enjoy the warmth thickness of oatmeal without the inflammatory impact of the oats!  Enjoy this grain free oatmeal recipe!

Grain Free Oatmeal

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Cook

Total

Yield 2 bowls

Ingredients:

1 c. *Riced Cauliflower, Packed

1/3 c. Canned Organic Coconut Milk

2/3 c. Filtered Water

2 Large Organic Pasture-Raised Eggs

2 Tbsp. Ground Flax or Chia Seed

2-3 tsp. Cinnamon

Choice of Mix-Ins (raisins, raw honey, banana, fresh blueberries, etc)

Directions:

Step #1:  *First things first, you need to “rice” your cauliflower. If you have a box grater, simply grate the cauliflower down to the stem.

Step #2:  To a medium saucepan, add riced cauliflower, eggs, coconut milk and water.

Step #3:  Over medium heat, bring to low boil and cook until cauliflower is tender, about 10 minutes or so.

Step #4:  Remove from heat and whisk in flax, cinnamon and raisins. (or other mix-ins)

***Nutritional info does not include optional ingredients.***

***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**

Courses Breakfast

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 bowl

Amount Per Serving

Calories 219

% Daily Value

Total Fat 26 g

40%

Total Carbohydrates 10 g

3%

Dietary Fiber 6 g

24%

Protein 10 g

20%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Dr Jockers Comments: 

We were always told to believe that oatmeal is healthy but the grains are highly inflammatory and cause blood sugar dysregulation.  This is a low-carb, anti-inflammatory version that tastes great!

This is loaded with healthy fats from the coconut milk and the pasture-raised eggs.  The good fats along with the fiber from the flax/chia seeds and the cinnamon help to maintain healthy blood sugar signaling patterns and reduce inflammation.

A great place to get many of the ingredients for this recipe and other healthy non-perishable items is through Thrive Market.  They have great items for 25-50% less than what you would find at Whole Foods, Trader Joes and other health foods stores.  Check out Thrive Market here to save 15% on your first order.

You and the family will love this superfood oatmeal and won’t want to go back to the traditional!  Enjoy!

Dr. Jockers

Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine, functional nutritionist and corrective care chiropractor. He currently owns and operates Exodus Health Center in Kennesaw, Georgia. He has developed 6 revolutionary online programs with thousands of participants.

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  1. Grains metabolize into glucose, which raises insulin levels, insulin promotes the release of inflammatory prostaglandins and IL-6 immune factors.

    You could probably make this without the eggs if you didn’t want them.

  2. According dr.Esselsteyn.s book :: prevent and reverse heart disease he just recommend oats as breakfast and no eggs!
    What is the truth?

    1. Hey Sjef, there is definitely a lot of conflicting information out there. Many people do much better taking grains and high-carb meals out of their diet. A ketogenic diet with plenty of healthy fats and plant foods is also great for the heart!

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