Recipe: Grain Free Breakfast Oatmeal (SCD, GAPS, Paleo, AIP Option)

Recipe: Grain Free Breakfast Oatmeal (SCD, GAPS, Paleo, AIP Option) post image

Many moons ago, before we started the SCD, oatmeal was the daily breakfast. How difficult it was to give that up! Now, after years of eating eggs for breakfast, we are ready for some variety. This Grain Free Breakfast Oatmeal recipe has the taste and texture of oatmeal that will surely satisfy you!

The standard American diet breakfast is full of sugary, starchy, refined foods that promote carbohydrate dysregulation, obesity, insulin resistance, tooth decay, gum disease and metabolic syndrome – cancer and heart disease as well.

Gluten Causes Craving for More Carbohydrates

Gluten in grains causes an addiction to the feel-good comfort foods that Americans (and people all over the world) crave. Where does this craving come from?

When gluten is incompletely broken down into peptides, it forms certain types of opioid peptides called gluteomorphines. This can happen when leaky gut is present. As the name implies, these gluteomorphines bind to the opiate center in the brain.

It is common knowledge at this point that a large majority of autistic children react to gluteomorphines in gluten grain products, as a result of leaky gut. The casein protein in dairy also may get incompletely broken down and become an opioid peptide known as caseomorphine, which works in the same way as gluteomorphines.

As such, many autistic children do better on a gluten free/casein free diet – and they do even better on a strict grain free diet like GAPS.

As we know, opioids interfere with brain function, thought processes and creates foggy thinking. If you find it hard to stay focused and keep your concentration, it may be that gluten and/or dairy products are creating your foggy brain.

Additionally, opioids create cravings for more. When the effects of the food wears off, it’s time for more food!

Try this recipe instead! I think let me know how you like it!

Paleo Oatmeal

Grain Free Breakfast Oatmeal (SCD, GAPS, Paleo, AIP)

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Serving Size: 1-2 servings

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Mix together the milk, shredded coconut and squash in a saucepan
  2. Heat to moderate heat
  3. Whisk in the honey, collagen peptides, vanilla and sea salt
  4. Remove from heat - crack in the egg and whisk quickly
  5. Return to heat for another 2 - 3 minutes
  6. Sprinkle with cinnamon
  7. Serve with fresh berries and/or banana slices
  8. If you are not on SCD or GAPS substitute maple syrup and add more as a topping
http://realfoodforager.com/recipe-grain-free-breakfast-oatmeal-scd-gaps-paleo-aip-option/

Equipment

To make this recipe AIP compliant, simply remove the egg. The vanilla extract may be used here as the alcohol will cook out.

Love oatmeal cookies? Here is a recipe for Grain Free Oatmeal Cookies!

Get off the hamster wheel and get rid of the cravings! Lose weight on a grain free diet. This recipe is nicely balanced with nutritious carbohydrates from the squash, protein from the collagen peptides and healthy fat from the coconut.

Want to learn more about cooking without grains? Check out my Go Grain Free online cooking class – on sale today!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...


In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

The owner of this website is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon properties including, but not limited to, amazon.com, endless.com, myhabit.com, smallparts.com, or amazonwireless.com. Disclaimer

Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil

Tropical Traditions Gold Label Coconut Oil is a product I use every day.

Leave a Comment

  • Annette Payne August 28, 2016, 2:52 pm

    This is more like it. I would like to get more health tips and not all of that how to save our food. If you have something that gives health tips and healthy eating and why things are bad then I would like to subscribe. I am tired of all that save the food stuff which may be good for some, but does not help me.
    Annette

    Reply