|Coconut Creamy Oatmeal|
|photo by recipe author|
Preparation Time: 15-20 minutes
- 2.5-3 cups organic rolled oats
- dash Himalayan salt
- 1-2 tablespoons Coconut Cream Concentrate
- raw honey, to taste
- 1 teaspoon ground flax
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- 2 tablespoons coconut chips
- coconut milk*
- fresh or frozen mixed berries, for topping
Boil water in a small pot. Add a dash of salt.
Add in the oats. Stir.
When oats are almost cooked through, add in the coconut cream concentrate, raw honey, ground flax, chia seeds and coconut chips.
When everything is incorporated well, switch off the stove.
Serve with fresh homemade coconut milk, and top with more coconut chips and berries.
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Healthy Traditions Organic Raw Honey comes from the frontier areas of Canada, and is only harvested during a 6-week period in the summer. Healthy Traditions is the exclusive source of this premium organic honey in the U.S. Most commercial honeys available on the market today come from bee farms, where the bees are controlled within a certain area and get their pollen from usually only one kind of flower. Many of the plants that produce these flowers (clover, orange blossom, etc.) are grown with pesticides and fertilizers as well. In addition, almost all honeys on the market are pasteurized in high heat and filtered, removing many of the beneficial nutrients and enzymes.
Healthy Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow (same temperatures the honey would see inside the hive). We select only premium honey that is pure, smooth and creamy, with the consistency of soft margarine at harvest. It contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed. It also contains pollen because it has not been filtered—merely screened.
Fine textured crystals are characteristic of totally pure, unheated, unprocessed, raw honey. Properly crystallized honey has a fine, smooth texture. Crystallized honey preserves natural goodness and doesn’t drip. The more rapidly honey crystallizes the finer the texture will be. It will also turn harder over time as it crystallizes. Truly raw honeys do not deteriorate with age, but like fine wines, continue to age and develop into more complex tastes.