This article was sponsored by Nourished Snacks. All opinions are my own.
I hope everyone had a lovely week…and just in time for your weekend, I’ve whipped up a few special brunch recipes that you’re going to want to serve for a lazy Saturday or Sunday breakfast in bed.
These three oatmeal recipes are currently saving my clients lives. Why? Well, because they’re bored of breakfast so they started skipping ‘The Most Important Meal of the Day’ and found themselves starving, moody and noticing blood sugar issues and hormone imbalances because they weren’t eating breakfast. Not good. So, I did a little intervention and gave their boring bowls of porridge a little mojo. Ya know what I mean? Needless to say they’re feeling quite spiffy after these oatmeal makeovers and they’ve asked me to post the recipes so that they can easily find them online anytime!
We SO need to talk about these little bowls of goodness because I don’t want you to end up in the same ‘starving’ boat that my clients were in. If you grew up in the 80’s (like me) or if you actually ate breakfast in the 80’s then you probably recall those flavored processed packets of oatmeal filled with junk, chemicals, and refined sugar. Ya, well I ate those growing up because they tasted so good. Needless did I know they were filled with toxic, super inflammatory ingredients. So, to bring back my childhood memories (without the toxins) I’m sharing a few of my favorite new oatmeal recipes made from a new brand of snikkity snacks that I am absolutely ADORING. Have you heard of Nourish Snacks? Think amazingly fabulous snack foods like nuts and seeds that are loaded with flavors like cinnamon, cocoa, coconut, honey, citrus and more.
The best part? They’re not full of chemicals or any ingredients that you can’t pronounce and they’re sold in cute, little single-serve snack bags. So, let’s move on and chat about my new infatuation with these flavorful little gems that I’m tossing into my morning oats. I have a feeling you’ll wanna make your own bowl of goodness when you see how fun and unique these snacks are. Check them out HERE.
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- 1/3 cup gluten-free oats
- Nourish Snacks Mocha Mazing
- Nourish Snacks Almond to Cherries
- Nourish Snacks Nutty Nanas
- 1/3 cup gluten-free oats
- Nourish Snacks Coco'nola Crispies
- Nourish Snacks Cashew Colata
- 1 small sliced pear
Cook oats according to package directions. Add your choice of almond milk or coconut milk along with toppings from the three choices above. Serve warm.
This post was sponsored by Nourished Snacks. All opinions are my own.