They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and while I might argue with that idea, I can definitely get behind a big bowl of steaming paleo oatmeal. The base of this paleo breakfast cereal is a nutritious blend of almond flour and coconut, but the best part is that the topping combinations are endless! Which just means that you can eat it day after day and never tire of it. Read below for my tips, tricks, and the paleo oatmeal recipe! Traditional oatmeal is a no-no on the Paleo diet. This paleo diet oatmeal is so easy to make! Simply heat all of the ingredients together over the stove until they are warm thickened to the consistency of oatmeal. The amounts of everything are on the recipe card below. The hardest part?
Oats are grain. Since the Paleo diet does not allow grains, oatmeal is not a Paleo approved food. The idea behind a Paleo diet is that it is based on foods that are presumed to have been eaten during the Paleolithic area. This ranges from 2. Typically, the diet includes lean meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds. The foods could all be obtained by hunting and gathering. For those following a Paleo diet, they will typically avoid eating grains wheat, oats, and barley, legumes beans, lentils, peanuts, and peas, dairy, refined sugar, salt, potatoes, and processed foods. At the most basic level, if the food looks like it was made in a factory, it is not an approved food for the Paleo diet. Some people adhere to Paleo eating to lose weight, eat better, or just prefer the strict dietary guidelines. If you are following a strict Paleo diet but are craving some hearty breakfast items, there are still some really good choices that will taste great and fill you up. Eggs are a very common breakfast food and acceptable and encouraged on a Paleo diet. If you really are craving oatmeal, consider a Paleo oatmeal that is made with coconut flour, shredded coconut, and coconut milk.
If you really are craving whole foods and no added sugar. I tried this and loved classic paleo pancake recipe. But made with only nutritious. A bacon-y twist to the the taste.