Recipe Directions

  • 1. OPTIONAL TO SOFTEN: The night before, throw the water, raisins and then oats into your blender. Let them sit overnight.
  • 2. In the morning, start your blender (and if you didn't soak the night before, throw the water, raisins and then the oats into your blender). While the water and oats are blending, chop the apple and then add it to the blender, too.
  • 3. Continue blending until the oatmeal is a nice, smooth texture.
  • 4. Eat! I love to top this oatmeal with more whole raisins and a sprinkle of cinnamon. This recipe makes for a very filling breakfast.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

In the morning, my breakfast is almost always either fresh fruit, a green smoothie, or--my favourite--quick, blended oatmeal.

This recipe does take a bit of preparation because it should be soaked overnight, but, with only a few ingredients, it's so easy! (PS: You can do it without soaking but it won't be as smooth.)

Of course, like any good oatmeal, top this recipe with fruit or whatever suits your fancy!

PS: It has recently come to my attention that eating truly uncooked oats is not safe. Thus, I have modified this recipe to use quick rolled oats, which have been cooked but are way better for your digestive system. Truly raw (uncooked) oats are very tough on the digestive system and should not be eaten because of their high amount of phytic acid.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 91 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Fat, Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, and Iron.

Amounts per 192 g (7 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 155 6 %
Protein 5 g 9 %
Fat 2.3 g 3 %
Carbohydrates 30 g 9 %
Dietary Fiber 4 g 13 %
Sugars 6 g
Calcium 23 mg 2 %
Iron 1.7 mg 13 %
Sodium 5 mg
Source: USDA

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it works. you can eat it without whipping it. i soak the oats in water over night and i eat it with honey, cinnamon and anise.

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Perfect, Oana! :)

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Hi Lisa, I had the same thought. I have used regular oatmeal the same way you do, soaking overnight in water, then adding fresh fruit etc. in the morning. Done that for years and I love it too. But this time I was using the steel cut oats and have the coarse cut variety, so I followed Laura-Jane's recipe. I'll try soaking the steel-cut ones and see how that goes. :-)

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:)

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Aw, Jeni, I'm sorry this didn't work for you. Perhaps with some tweaking, as you said... good luck! :)

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Harriet Aspden's Review

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I really am loving this blog, I have started to try a few raw recipes, I'm not fully ready to make the leap yet!

I make this quite a lot, it's a really yummy way to start the day! Also tried it with almond milk! Delish :)

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Thanks, Harriet. I'm glad you are enjoying! :)

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Harriet Aspden's Review

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Sorry meant to give it 5 stars not 4!

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:)

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Lenka's Review

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Thank you for sharing this recipe. Excellent! I was very curious about this, and it turned out satisfying and delicious. Will make again. Because I used my blender (typically used for smoothies), only problem was convincing my 2 year old that it was not a smoothie. He kept insisting to eat it with a straw :)

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Aww, cute! :)

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Thanks! Will try after completing my 30 day detoxifying program which end on the 03/05/2014 ....

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Getting close, Anne!

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Yes it is actually tomorrow is the last day. Oh thank God I am getting close. Thanks for your recipe I was wondering what I am going to from vegetable and fruit smoothies to cooking sounded scary but now I am ok :)

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Good to hear! :)

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I will try it! This is so good idea :)

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Hi Katy! Hope this recipe meets your approval! :)

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I can't eat oats is there an alternative you can suggest?

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Not specifically for oatmeal Tess, but I have many other nice breakfast recipes that you could try

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I am not eating completely raw so no problem for me. The oatmeal is perfect and has a good taste and my pans aren't turning black anymore.
❤️

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Raw oatmeal is great any time, too, not just for breakfast. I'm glad you like it!

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The raw oatmeal is great! I've been having it for breakfast every day for a week. They are good with/without the apple, peeled/not peeled, and definitely with extra cinnamon. They are very filling. Sometimes I eat half and store the remainder in the fridge. I bring to room temp before eating as I don't like them cold. Thanks for the recipe. I wondered how I would replace my steel cut oats!

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Yes, cold oatmeal isn't to everyone's taste! It does make a great breakfast, though!

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Cheryl D's Review

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We love this oatmeal for breakfast. This morning we used frozen mixed berries (de-thawed in the fridge overnight) (blueberries, cherries and pomegranate) it was delicious! It's a nice change, we usually do green smoothies in the morning.

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Hi Cheryl! Yes, definitely sometimes we all need a little break from the green smoothiedom :) Yours sounds yummy

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