Getting into the mood to make this filling healthy peanut butter chocolate oatmeal.
Jingle bells, jingle bells. Oh, wait it’s not Christmas. It’s spring already. But it’s snowing out there. So it is Christmas!
Days like this I feel like I might as well roll into a ball and get my period started ‘cause I’m not doing anything.
I don’t even feel like making this chocolate oatmeal. As delicious & filling as it is.
It’s fairly easy and will warm my heart, I know. But I’ll have to get to the stove.
I’ll have to cook some oats with some water, because I’m not making any nut milk today. Nut milks are so overrated anyway, they taste like water with wood and sugar.
Then I’ll chop a good amount of dark chocolate, 85%, because 99% tastes like something a human should never eat. A rabbit is a different story. They do eat their feces after all. The first time. Not to be confused with the second time – rabbit said nobody wants to eat that ish.
Then I’ll let that dark chocolate melt, because that’s the way every chocolate should be.
Oh, and then peanut butter. Or any other nut butter. Nut butter is so underrated. It will make your life better.
Finally I’ll freeze my hand off while getting some frozen berries from the freezer, because fresh berries right now exist only on the internet. And I’ll top that chocolate peanut butter oatmeal with berries, because health.
What a light breakfast.
It’s sooooo freakin’ delicious.
And it’s healthy, really, I will just not feel hungry until 2pm.
- 1/3 cup oats
- 1/3 cup water
- 2 tbsp chopped dark chocolate
- 1 tsp peanut butter
- 1/4 cup berries (optional)
- Cook oats with some water in a cooking pot, stirring until the oats are cooked and adding water continuously.
- After the oatmeal is cooked, transfer to a bowl, top with the chopped chocolate and let it melt for a second. Add peanut butter and then some mixed berries. Then dig in.
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