Ultimate Oatmeal Bowl with Warm Berry Sauce & Almond Butter

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Ultimate Oatmeal Bowl with Warm Berry Sauce & Almond Butter

Coming at y’all with my current favorite breakfast – the ultimate oatmeal bowl with warm berry sauce & almond butter! I have shared snapshots of the completed recipe several times via Instagram stories and after receiving several messages for the recipe, I decided it was time to share. But will say, the original and full recipe comes from my favorite cookbook, True Comfort by Kristin Cavallari. I find myself cooking at least one recipe from it each week – typically more like two or three. Bottom line, I very much recommend it – especially if you’re interested in living a healthier lifestyle and starting that in the kitchen.

Back to the recipe, it is an incredibly simple one and will truly knock your socks off! Joshua and I have both vocalized several times that this is the best oatmeal we have ever had! After making several times I have switched up the ingredients a little – taken a few out while adding a couple others. Below you will find my version of Kristin’s recipe. Again, I highly recommend her cookbook True Comfort and it is there you will find the full/original recipe as well.

See below for the ingredient list and steps to make this delicious oatmeal bowl. Enjoy!


INGREDIENTS

For Oatmeal

1/2 cup gluten-free rolled oats

1 cup almond milk – Simply Almond is my absolute favorite!

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 cup almond butter – I use chunky but creamy would be great as well!

For Warm Berry Sauce

1/2 cup fresh blueberries, blackberries, or raspberries

2 tablespoons pure maple syrup

2 tablespoons water

Sprinkle of cinnamon


STEPS

  1. In a small saucepan, combine berries, pure maple syrup, water and sprinkle of cinnamon. Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer. Cook until the sauce has thickened – typically 5-10 minutes. Occasionally stir to prevent sticking.
  2. While the warm berry sauce is cooking, combine oats, milk, vanilla, and cinnamon in a different small saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce to low heat and cook until mixture is creamy – typically about 5-10 minutes.
  3. Place oatmeal in bowl and top with almond butter and warm berry sauce.
  4. Enjoy! Can add additional maple syrup if desired.

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18 Comments

  1. Lee wrote:

    This looks delicious!

    Posted 1.22.21 Reply
  2. Stephanie wrote:

    I super duper wish I wasn’t allergic to oats because this bowl looks absolutely delicious. So filling and so yummy! It would be the best start to my day. Enjoy it for me, alright? 😉

    Posted 1.23.21 Reply
    • I will absolutely enjoy it for you and so wish you could try as well! promise to share some non-oat recipes soon!

      xo Laura Leigh

      Posted 1.27.21 Reply
  3. Lizzie wrote:

    Ooo that looks so good! My hubby LOVES oatmeal! I might have to make this for him 😉

    Posted 1.24.21 Reply
  4. greta wrote:

    This looks delicious! I’d love to try it for breakfast or for a snack!

    Posted 1.24.21 Reply
  5. Oatmeal is so much better with all the toppings! Sounds like a yummy combo. xoxo, Sarah

    Posted 1.25.21 Reply
  6. rebecca wrote:

    okay i think you have finally convinced me to get this cookbook!!! buying now! this breakfast looks delish, cant wait to check out more recipes!

    xx rebecca // thecrystalpress.com

    Posted 1.25.21 Reply
  7. Tea wrote:

    This sounds delicious! I have to go through a lot of blueberries to free up some freezer space and this sounds like the perfect recipe!

    Posted 1.25.21 Reply
  8. Lydia wrote:

    I’ve never gotten this fancy with my oatmeal, but a warm berry sauce does sound like a delightful addition!
    Chic on the Cheap

    Posted 1.25.21 Reply
  9. Sydney wrote:

    This looks So delicious! I definitely want to try this recipe. The warm berry sauce seems like it is what pushes this to the next level!

    xoxo, Sydney
    http://www.thelotuslist.blogspot.com

    Posted 1.26.21 Reply