Peanut Butter Chocolate Oatmeal
This extra thick and creamy, stovetop peanut butter chocolate oatmeal tastes like dessert but is made with healthy ingredients you can go ahead and enjoy for breakfast. To make this recipe you’ll need rolled oats, cocoa powder, chocolate vegan protein powder, sea salt, chia seeds, banana and peanut butter. This delicious chocolate oatmeal is vegan, gluten-free, refined sugar-free and high in protein and fibre.
Extra Thick Chocolate Oatmeal
If you like a traditional porridge-consistency to your oatmeal, follow the recipe and use 1 cup of water. However, if you want to try them super thick, somewhat like a stovetop version of my brownie batter overnight oats, try reducing the water down to 3/4 cup. Cooking them with less water results in a thick and creamy bowl of chocolate oatmeal with a flavour and texture that falls somewhere between brownie batter and cake batter. You can stir in a bit of almond milk once cooked to adjust the thickness.
Chocolate Oatmeal Topping Ideas
I went with a peanut butter topping but you can switch this chocolate oatmeal up any way you want with different toppings or add-ins. If you’ve got a well-stocked vegan pantry, you’re always ready with the best oatmeal toppings.Here are some ideas:
- chopped strawberries and shredded coconut
- chocolate chips and raspberries
- cacao nibs and peanuts
- dairy-free yogurt and fruit of choice
- almonds and shredded coconut
- walnuts and blueberries
- tahini and raspberries
- chia seed jam and banana
- cacao nibs and hemp seeds
- almond butter and chopped almonds
Peanut Butter Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe
This chocolate oatmeal is ready under 10 minutes. Just bring the water to a boil, add all the ingredients expect the PB topping, simmer until cooked and then let sit for 5 minutes to thicken. They’re thick and creamy, loaded with chocolate flavour, naturally sweetened, high in protein, high in fibre, vegan and gluten-free.
Chocolate Oatmeal Nutrition
One serving of this delicious peanut butter chocolate oatmeal is 566 calories with 62 grams of energizing carbohydrates, 25 grams of fat and 30 grams of plant-based protein. This recipe also provides 16 grams of heart-healthy dietary fibre and rich in vitamin vitamin E, niacin, folate, magnesium, copper, and potassium, has anti-inflammatory properties.
More Oatmeal Recipes
For more oatmeal recipes and ideas, check out my peanut butter blueberry oatmeal, peaches and cream oatmeal and Carrot Cake Baked Oatmeal If you’re looking for overnight oats, check out my brownie batter overnight oats, strawberry cheesecake overnight oats, gingerbread overnight oats and carrot cake overnight oats.Print
This decadent peanut butter oatmeal is easy to make and high in protein for a filling breakfast that tastes amazing!
- Bring the water to a boil in a small sauce pan, then stir in all the ingredients expect the peanut butter, reduce to a simmer and cook for about 6-7 minutes. Stir often to prevent from burning.
- Remove from heat and let sit for 5 minutes to thicken. You can stir in a 1-3 tbsp of almond milk to adjust the thickness if desired.
- Scoop into a bowl, top with peanut butter and any other desired toppings and enjoy.
- Serving Size: 1
- Calories: 566
- Fat: 25 g
- Carbohydrates: 62 g
- Fiber: 15 g
- Protein: 30 g
Keywords: easy, healthy, high-protein