Whipped Oatmeal Cooking Method
- Put your liquid in a pan on the stove and heat it up over medium heat, but DON’T let it boil.
- Just before it starts boiling, add your oatmeal, wheat germ, protein powder, cocoa powder, etc. and stir it in. DON’T remove it from the stove top and DON’T add any sort of liquids like coconut oil or any sort of extract. Add only the dry ingredients.
- As soon as it’s stirred together, get a whisk and whisk the oatmeal vigorously, similar to how you beat eggs. Remember, it should still be on the stove top and should be simmering/boiling at this point. Keep whisking away while it’s boiling and let it thicken up.
- Once the liquid has been absorbed and it’s nice and thick, (it should really be quite thick and slightly fudgey in texture) remove from heat and spoon it into your bowl.
Now you may be wondering why I said not to add any liquids or extracts. To be honest, I don’t know, other than the fact that I tried this method again yesterday but added some coconut oil, coconut extract and a splash of vanilla during the cooking.The results weren’t NEARLY the same, and I was quite disappointed. So, please try this method of cooking your next bowl of oatmeal, don’t add extra liquid, and let me know how it turns out!