Angel is a certified holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, and lifestyle coach with over 20 years experience in women’s wellness space. She’s also the creator of Simply Defined Fitness and the Simplified Reset; a seven day guide to resetting your healthy journey – body & mind.
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These baked oatmeal cups include creamy almond butter + chocolate chips and takes just 35 minutes to make.
Busy mornings can make it tempting to hit the drive-thru for your first meal of the day.
That’s why we love adding options like these baked oatmeal cups – you can make a batch ahead of time and grab a few as you head out the door.
Baked oatmeal cups will become a lifesaver.
THE YUMMIEST WAY TO GRAB AND GO!
Even though they’re great on their own, you can pair them with your favorite smoothie.
Trust us, this recipe is easy to make and has a nutty, chocolate flavor.
INGREDIENTS THAT BOOST ENERGY
If you’re looking for slow digesting carbohydrates that don’t spike blood sugar levels, the oats in this recipe do just that.
Oats are also high in beta-glucan: a soluble fiber that helps reduce cholesterol levels.
In addition, the almond butter in these baked oatmeal cups add a great nutty taste.
Even more, almonds are a great source of antioxidants; the free radical fighters that protect our body against cancer, heart disease and other illnesses.
TIPS FOR MAKING THESE CUPS
If you’re eating dairy-free, use dairy-free milk and dairy-free chocolate chips.
Boost the anti-inflammatory power (and crunch factor) by adding in some cacao nibs.