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PB & J Oats

Updated: Feb 12, 2021

Packed with veggies, nourishing seeds and energizing maca. Everything you love about the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich but spoonable.

Oatmeal is such a fun canvas. You can make oats taste like anything you'd like. Think carrot cake, caramel apple, gingerbread man, pumpkin pie or PB & J.

I load up my oats with veggies. You don't taste them at all plus get extra volume! I usually add either riced cauliflower, grated zucchini or both! Adding protein powders, superfoods and nut butters are a great way to cover up and subtle veggie taste.

I love maca for its nutty flavor and health benefits. It is a great caffeine-free energizer. I add maca to oats, smoothies and lattes. Maca can be found at any health store or on Amazon.

I used Rooted Life Foods Adaptogenic Peanut Butter. Adaptogens are found in plants (herbs and roots) and essentially help the body adapt to stress. We could all use a little boost here. There are many different adaptogens that have unique benefits. This adaptogenic peanut butter has Reishi and Ashwagand which targets stress response, inflammation and fatigue.

Homemade jam is super simple when you don't all all the sugars! I just heat up frozen berries and mix in chia seeds. So easy and delicious. I used frozen raspberries here.

Banana sushi is most definitely a thing in my kitchen. I use Nuco wraps (I love their cinnamon one), a generous layer of peanut butter and a banana. Roll it up and chop, chop, chop. I even caramalize them for a bit of a crunch. Thank me later.

I put Lil Bucks on just about every breakfast bowl. They are the perfect crunch. Did you know that buckwheat is not wheat or grain? It is a fruit seed packed with antioxidants. They come in original, matcha, cacao and cinnamon flavors. The Clusterbucks are also amazing. Use code CFC15 for 15% off first purchase.




  1. Bring oats, cauliflower and liquid to a boil.

  2. Grate zucchini while the oats and cauliflower are boiling.

  3. Make your jam by adding frozen berries to a pot over medium heat. Once they melt, add in some chia seeds. Remove from heat.

  4. Reduce heat and add in zucchini, peanut butter, maca, and seeds.

  5. Stir all the ingredients until well combined. Your oats are ready when most of the liquid is absorbed. You can add more liquid if you prefer it to be more runny.

  6. Transfer oats to a bowl and let cool before topping.

  7. Top with banana wraps, jam, buckwheat, bee pollen and frozen blueberries.

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