Healthy Reese's Oatmeal recipe | sugar free, gluten free, dairy free, vegan

Healthy Reese’s Oatmeal

This Healthy Reese’s Oatmeal is perfectly peanut buttery, chocolatey, sweet, rich and filling, yet low sugar, high fiber, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.  Trust me when I say this…  this is the most decadent, secretly healthy breakfast oatmeal on the planet!

It’s super easy to make and requires only 5 ingredients.

This Healthy Reese's Oatmeal is perfectly peanut buttery, chocolatey, sweet, rich and filling, yet low sugar, high fiber, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.  This is the most decadent, secretly healthy breakfast oatmeal on the planet, and it’s super easy to make with only 5 ingredients!

Skip the storebought oatmeals prepackaged in cardboard boxes (that probably have more flavor and more nutrition than the oatmeal itself).  Those are super processed, boring and unhealthy.

This Healthy Reese’s Oatmeal is way more flavorful than any storebought oatmeal you’ll find, and it’s super easy to make too!

This Healthy Reese's Oatmeal is perfectly peanut buttery, chocolatey, sweet, rich and filling, yet low sugar, high fiber, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.  This is the most decadent, secretly healthy breakfast oatmeal on the planet, and it’s super easy to make with only 5 ingredients!

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Healthy Reese's Oatmeal

Servings: 2 servings
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 3 mins
Total Time: 8 mins
This Healthy Reese's Oatmeal is perfectly peanut buttery, chocolatey, sweet, rich and filling, yet low sugar, high fiber, high protein, gluten free, dairy free, and vegan.  This is the most decadent, secretly healthy breakfast oatmeal on the planet, and it’s super easy to make with only 5 ingredients!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup  Quick Cooking Oats
  • 2 cups Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 4 packets Natural Sweetener (steviaTruvia, etc.)
  • pinch of Salt
  • 3 tbs Natural Peanut Butter
  • 1 tbs Mini Dark Chocolate Chips or No-Sugar-Added Chocolate Chips

Instructions

  • In a large microwave-safe bowl, stir together the oats, almond milk, Truvia and salt. Microwave for 3-4 minutes, or until the oats have absorbed most of the liquid.
  • Remove the bowl from the microwave and stir in the peanut butter.
  • Scoop into serving bowls and top with the chocolate chips. Let the chocolate melt on top and enjoy!
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Chocolate, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, High Protein, No Bake, Peanut Butter, Vegan

Enjoy  🙂

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With love and good eats,

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– Jess

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18 comments on “Healthy Reese’s Oatmeal”

  1. This looks delicious!! Peanut butter and chocolate is one of my favorite combos. 🙂 I will definitely try this. I’m gonna try soaking my oats for 24 hrs in some apple cider vinegar, water, and rye flour to help break down the phytates.

  2. Oh yes, this looks SO tasty and filling – PB makes everything better 😀

  3. PB and chocolate is always a winning combination. I would love to see more oatmeal recipes on your blog 🙂

  4. Oh happy day! I’m headed for the kitchen right now! I’ve had my breakfast already, but who says you can’t have two in one day?? My tummy is already singing. Thank you for your wonderful recipes.

  5. brainfoods / lisa

    i love love love this <3 and thank you for linking all your sugar free (chocolatey) ingredients 🙂 hope i can buy those chocolate chips from vienna via internet :))

    xx lisa

  6. I am so making this oatmeal for breakfast tomorrow.. peanut butter and chocolate is my favourite thing ever – and I just LOVE how this is a healthy version!

  7. THIS LOOKS AMAZING!!!

  8. These look amazing! I can only imagine sinking my teeth into that thick fudge filling and fluffy… I’ll bet it’s incredible!

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  10. OMG, this looks sooo dreamy delicious! That soft layer of chocolate and peanut buttery center makes me want to make this right now!! 🙂

  11. This is PERFECT alternative to cereal for the kids!

  12. I like the idea of your recipes, however, I would like real stats even if just estimated. Now I need to estimate the calories and nutrition before deciding if it is worth trying. I don’t see a lot of books being sold that way. If your book is as vague on stats as your blog, you will never catch on. Calories are king, doesn’t matter much the source. I like your ideas, but I don’t know if being loyal here is worth the effort.

    • sillygirl-
      Thanks for sharing your concern, however, I am a full-time college student with a full-time job… after making a recipe, photographing it, writing the post, etc., I just don’t have the time to make nutrition labels for 100% of my recipes. Most of my posts have them, some don’t. I’m sorry about your frustration.
      I just wanted to let you know that all the recipes in my book have nutrition labels. Hopefully that helps you! 🙂
      -Jess

  13. Jess, wondering if you have any idea what calorie count might be? I don’t count calories, I just assume I shouldn’t eat things.. (probably should count calories though, but you only live once!) Thanks 🙂

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