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While Thanksgiving leftovers are almost even better than the original dinner, this breakfast bowl is a fun (and healthy!) take on some of the season’s favorite flavors!
The seasons are changing and there’s a chill in the air, making it the perfect time to switch up your breakfast to some comforting hot oatmeal. Oatmeal is high in fiber that will keep you full and satiated all morning long, so you can stay more focused on school or work. By making it with powdered goat’s milk it becomes a good source of calcium and vitamin D, and adding walnuts and blueberries add in antioxidants that will help fight off inflammation and chronic illnesses. Oh, and it is delicious! This recipe can be easily increased to make enough for the whole family.
As the cold air starts rushing in, why not warm up with a cup of hot cocoa made with goat’s milk powder? Rich, chocolaty and naturally easy to digest, it’s the perfect Sunday treat for the whole family while cozying up on the couch. This recipe makes 1 cup, so double, triple, or quadruple as needed!