Oatmeal traditionally is loaded full of carbs and not at all keto-friendly. On the other hand, oatmeal is a staple breakfast item and many people find giving up oatmeal difficult when starting the keto diet. Instead of cutting out oatmeal from your life completely, try this keto oatmeal alternative! Instead of using oats, this recipe uses flaxseed meal, hemp seeds, and chia seeds to create a texture similar to traditional oatmeal. Each serving has less than 3g of net carbs, but tastes like sweet cinnamon maple pecan and brown sugar oatmeal!
If you find that your keto oatmeal is too thick, add additional unsweetened almond milk until it thins to your desired texture. If you like your oatmeal thicker, add less almond milk. You can also adjust the sweetness less by adding more or less brown "sugar" and maple syrup.
If you do not have keto brown "sugar", you can substitute it with regular erythritol or allulose and add additional maple extract to really lock in that maple brown sugar taste. Similarly, if you do not have maple extract, you can substitute it for additional maple syrup and vice versa.
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could this be made a refrigerator jar by adding all the ingredients and then heating when ready to eat or eating cold?
Hi, Annette. Yes it can! I would recommend adding a bit more liquid because as it sits in the fridge, it will thicken and absorb more liquid.