Blueberry almond oatmeal

I have been looking to make a new version of oatmeal lately so I came up with this blueberry almond oatmeal since I had a lot of frozen blueberries available. I always keep frozen organic fruit in my freezer for smoothies and things of this nature. Frozen fruit comes in really handy sometimes!

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Frozen fruit is great to have in stock. I always make sure I have plenty of it so I can use for frozen popsicles, smoothies and oatmeal. For this blueberry almond oatmeal you can use any other fruit of your choice, however, blueberries work rather well. I really loved the combo of the blueberries and almonds.

For the milk of choice I used Silk Unsweetened Almond Milk but any unsweetened variety would work. This way you can control the amount of sugar that goes in your blueberry almond oatmeal.

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While I made quite a bit of this blueberry almond oatmeal you can half the amount if you like. I tend to make quite a bit of it because we are a family of four and we have it every day of the week, thus this amount will only last us about 4-5 days.

I also tend to take it as a snack in ball jars. It is very convenient as this works for breakfast or for a snack.

Well I hope you get to make this recipe. You can use regular oats for a quicker version but I wanted to use quick rolled oats this time for a different texture.

Enjoy!

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Blueberry almond oatmeal

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 12 servings

Total Time: 40 minutes

Ingredients:

 

Directions:

I a large pot add all the ingredients except blueberries and almonds. Cook over medium to low heat stirring occasionally to make sure the oats don't stick to the bottom.

Cook until the oats becomes soft. I cooked mine for about 30 minutes. Once the oats are cooked, fold in the blueberries and almonds with a spatula and serve.

You can keep the mixture covered in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

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20 comments

  1. Looks amazing. Happy Mother’s Day. Love strawberries, couldn’t agree more on buying organic strawberries. Gorgeous pie colors.

  2. What kind or brand of stevia are you using in this recipe?

  3. Love new look of the website. Its really Great!

  4. Love Strawberries! What a wonderful summery dessert Im sure its delicious as well Miryam! Thanks for sharing this :)

  5. I love your outlook on eating healthy foods…good for you girl!! Gonna make this pie, sounds and looks so good. Thank you!! :)

  6. I think the agar needs to be boiled to dissolve properly. Otherwise is will not jell. That maybe why you are having problems and having to put it in the freezer. It should jell very firmly. It will jell at room temp.

  7. About the agar being boiled: You don’t need to boil it for too long. It just needs to come to a boil and for everything to be completely dissolved. I live in Japan and I learned that from a Japanese cooking show where the teacher mentioned that to get the agar to work correctly, it has to boil. Your strawberry pie is very similar to one that my mother used to make called 1-2-3 strawberry pie. But my mother used gelatin. I can tell you from the look of your pie that must be very delicious!!!

  8. Gelatin creeps me out. I’m happy to see that you didn’t use it. This pie looks so good! I love strawberry everything.

    And they didn’t make you a dessert?! Noo! Bad, bad boys + little girl. ;)

  9. Never tried to use agar powder, I might try instead of gelatin.

  10. Oh my, this looks incredible! I love pies like these. And I completely agree with you, strawberries are an important one to buy organic. I started only buying local strawberries because even though they aren’t organic they very rarely spray and don’t use the awful sprays that big producers use, so that’s an option too, since(at least here) organic strawberries are crazy pricy.

  11. I’m wondering if this would do well in the freezer for a couple of days, and only take it out shortly before serving? I need to make a dessert a few days ahead of time and need something that is freezable, and I can just pull out shortly before freezing.

  12. I’m wondering if this would do well in the freezer for a couple of days, and only take it out shortly before serving? I need to make a dessert a few days ahead of time and need something that is freezable, and I can just pull out shortly before serving.

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