Berry Chia Oatmeal | The Nutritionist Reviews
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Berry Chia Oatmeal

Berry Chia Oatmeal is super easy to make and is loaded with 5 different berries, protein, fiber and antioxidants to start your day off right!Berry Chia Oatmeal
Oatmeal is the perfect breakfast to prep for my family. It takes less than 5 minutes to get together the night before and is ready to be heated for a few minutes while I get the coffee going. This Berry Chia Oatmeal is loaded with nutrients and very kid-friendly. It is easy to make and tastes delicious!

5 Berry Chia Seed Oatmeal
When I prep oats, I prep enough for my entire family all together. I always add in chia seeds and/or ground flax, some kind of protein and any other add-ins that add nutrition and flavor. I love to make our oatmeal nutrient-dense so we can start our day out on the right foot feeling our best.

Bowl of oatmeal topped with berries
My son is the biggest oatmeal lover in our family. He would have oatmeal for breakfast almost over anything. Well, maybe it's tied with pancakes. I like that I can cook all of our oatmeal together and dish it out quickly. Aside from cereal, oatmeal is the easiest breakfast I can make for my family.

KaraMD Revive Reds Oatmeal

Ingredients in Berry Chia Oatmeal

-Old-fashioned oats
-Chia seeds
-Berries (frozen or fresh)
-Collagen protein powder (optional)

I used a mix with cherries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and blackberries. All the berries! Feel free to use whatever you have on hand. 

2 bowls of berry oatmeal

What is KaraMD Revive Reds?

It is a red superfood powder made from foods like strawberries, beets, pineapple, hibiscus, tart cherries and more. It was designed by Dr. Kara to help your body have more energy throughout the day. Its packed with polyphenols which are micronutrients found in edible plants. They’re full of antioxidants which come with a wide range of health benefits.

 

The powder is great added to a smoothie, mixed into a glass of water or in this oatmeal. It has no sugar added and is vegan.


2 bowls of oatmeal topped with berries
Revive Reds is rich in polyphenols that are found in berries and other fruits and can help in boosting energy. It is also rich in antioxidants which berries are naturally rich in. The powder has a great berry flavor that dissolves easily into your food. I liked it added to my oatmeal for extra nutrients. 

Oatmeal with berries and chia seeds

Nutrients in Berry Chia Oatmeal

Oh man, this oatmeal is loaded with nutrients! Antioxidants from the berries, fiber from the berries and oats. I add the collagen powder for extra protein to make the oatmeal more filling. Any kind of protein powder would work or just leave it out if you do not like it. The chia seeds are rich in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. This oatmeal bowl packs a ton of fiber, protein and vitamins and minerals and always leaves me feeling my best compared to when I eat something like a bagel for breakfast.

Berry Chia Oatmeal


Yield: serves 4 Author: Amanda Hernandez

Berry Chia Oatmeal

Berry Chia Oatmeal

Berry Chia Oatmeal is super easy to make and is loaded with protein, fiber and antioxidants to start your day off right!

prep time: 10 MINS cook time: 3 MINS total time: 13 minutes

INGREDIENTS

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. In a large bowl, mix together oats, chia seeds, collagen and Revive Reds. Add a few cups of water until oatmeal mix is covered with water. Let soak.
  2. Divide berries into 2. Take half of the berries and chop them up and mix into the oat mixture.
  3. Take the rest of the berries and cook them into a sauce either in the microwave or on the stove. If you do not like the chunks, feel free to blend until smooth.
  4. Let oatmeal mix soak overnight in the fridge if possible or at least for half an hour to soak up the liquid.
  5. Heat oatmeal in the microwave. Serve in bowls and top with berry sauce.
Enjoy!

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Berry Chia Oatmeal recipe
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by KaraMD. All opinions are my own.

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