Frozen Cauliflower Oatmeal

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Frozen Cauliflower Oatmeal
Serves 1 • Total Time: 5 minutes • FODMAP rating: high

This breakfast is an easy way to add some vegetables to a sweet bowl of oatmeal. It does change the texture a bit, so start with a lower amount of cauliflower than the recipe calls for until you get used to it. The milk will add creaminess to this oatmeal. Adding in vanilla, peanut butter or a plant-based protein powder can help to mask the flavor of the cauliflower. I love to keep the cauliflower frozen (and not cook it) as well as add frozen blueberries, and it tastes like a treat! It is a cold and delicious oatmeal. 

½ cup or less frozen riced cauliflower (don’t cook with oatmeal, keep it frozen and add as a topping)
½ cup rolled or old fashioned oats
½ cup water
Optional toppings
¼ cup plant-based milk 
½ cup frozen berries
dash of pure vanilla 
dash of sweetener to taste
1 tablespoon peanut butter
sprinkle or hemp, flax, or chia seeds
dash of cinnamon
dash of cloves

1.Mix the water and oatmeal in a bowl and microwave for one minute. After it is cooked, add in plant-based milk and then add the frozen riced cauliflower and any other desired toppings.

*Don’t forget to preload on vegetables before you eat!

*Nut-Free: Use seed or granola butter instead of peanut butter

*FODMAP Swaps: Use less than a teaspoon of honey, coconut or date sugar or swap for maple syrup and another granulated sugar; start with ⅛ cup cauliflower per serving and increase as tolerated

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