It’s pumpkin season, and who doesn’t love pumpkin? This protein-packed oatmeal tastes just like pumpkin pie, but in oatmeal form! Learn how to make this delicious fall recipe with Macro1 Nutrition ONE Protein, and get your fix of pumpkin in every delicious bite!
Pumpkin Pie Protein Oatmeal
Just look at the layers. We have the oatmeal layer on the bottom and then topped it with a thick, delicious, protein pumpkin layer. The pumpkin layer is actually the easiest part of this recipe. It is just ONE Protein mixed with pumpkin puree!
Proats are the perfect fall breakfast
Pumpkin pie and oatmeal are a match made in heaven. The sweet, cinnamon-y taste of pumpkin pie pairs beautifully with the nutty flavor of oatmeal. When you combine them into a proats recipe, it's like hitting two birds with one stone. One bowl will fill your belly and satisfy your taste buds! Not to mention, they're also high in protein to keep you full until lunchtime. Give these proats a try and you'll be ready to take on the day!
Check out then recipe below and enjoy this delicious, pumpkin pie protein oatmeal!
½ cup (40g) quick oats
1 cup water (can also cook in milk if you want)
¼ tsp pumpkin pie spice
1 tbsp (12g) powdered sweetener
Pumpkin Pie Layer
1 scoop (34g) Macro1 Nutrition ONE Protein, vanilla ice cream
½ cup (120g) pumpkin puree
Pumpkin pie spice
How to make the recipe
1. Cook oatmeal according to directions (microwave or stove top). Once cooked, mix in pumpkin pie spice, pinch salt, and powdered sweetener. Place in freezer to cool.
2. For pumpkin layer, add pumpkin and protein powder to a bowl. Mix until a thick, smooth consistency forms.
3. Spread pumpkin over top of oatmeal. Place back in fridge for a few hours or overnight to let oats set up and thicken. Once chilled, top with whipped cream and more pumpkin pie spice and enjoy!
The macros of the recipe
Nutrition (whole recipe): 330 calories, 33 protein, 36 carbs, 6 fat , 13 sugar. Recipe to make pumpkin spice oatmeal