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Keto Hemp Seed Oatmeal Recipe – I’m In LOVE

Keto Hemp Seed Oatmeal Recipe – I’m in LOVE

Delicious Hemp Seed Oatmeal Recipe

Without a doubt this is my new favorite breakfast! My keto friendly hemp seed oatmeal recipe is thick, creamy and delicious. Most importantly, it is healthy for you too! How can I keep something like this to myself? 

Not only is it a great keto low carb breakfast option (3-4 net carbs), it is also low in sugar and 340 calories. Did I mention it is incredible satisfying? After eating this breakfast, my appetite is satisfied well into lunch time. Furthermore, it tastes more like dessert than breakfast.  

Quick & Easy to Make

Last but not least, it is quick and easy to make; from prep to bowl in about 10-12 minutes. This recipe makes 4 servings; portion to eat throughout the week. I like my oatmeal warm or cold, but you can eat it at your prefered temperature.

Toppings can vary depending on preference. I suggest for keto any type of berry, nuts and coconut flakes. My absolute new favorite find is the Walden Farms 0 calorie Maple Walnut syrup – it is what makes this oatmeal taste like a dessert!

FYI… I’m not affiliated with any company in this post or video (link below); therefore you can trust my honest suggestions.


Hemp Seed Oatmeal Recipe:

7 or 8” sauce pot

1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or any type of nut milk will work)

2 tbsp. heavy cream or Half & Half (optional – I add for more creaminess) 

¼ tsp. cinamon (optional)

1 tsp. vanilla extract

2 tbsp. Swerve granular sweetener (Erythritol)

Pinch of salt

1 cup of almond flour (add a little extra for thicker or less for thinner consistency)

½ cup hemp seed hearts (I love Trader Joe’s brand)

2 tbsp. chia seeds


¼ cup berries 

1 tbsp. nuts (your preference – I used pecans)

1 tbsp. coconut flakes

1-2 tbsp. Walden Farms walnut syrup


Add all the wet ingredients into your pot on a medium/high heat, stir with a whisk. Bring to a low boil. Add dry ingredients one at a time then stir to combine. Turn heat down to low and cook for about 5 minutes, stirring frequently to avoid burning. If you prefer a thicker oatmeal add a little more almond flour to thicken to desired consistency. Let sit for 5 minutes for Chia seeds to expand. Section out into 4 servings, add your toppings and Enjoy! 

Nutritional Info:

Makes 4 servings each serving in 3-4 net carbs and 340 calories.

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Please comment below – suggestions or if you liked it! 

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