Cinnamon Oats Recipe

Breakfast Cinnamon Oats

Fruit and cinnamon oats: Healthy and delicious breakfast

Enjoy a healthy, long lasting and tasty breakfast with this fruit and cinnamon oats breakfast with your choice of toppings.

Cinnamon Oats Recipe

Breakfast Cinnamon Oats

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day. It doesn’t just provide you with energy for the day, but if you’re working out, gives you energy to train as well as recover. Having breakfast also prevents you from eating junk when you get hungry and find yourself near a store or food kiosk. This fruit and cinnamon oats recipe is a great way to start your day and you can get creative with it too. So, make sure to start your day on a healthy note.

Fruit and cinnamon oats suggestions

Oats are naturally gluten free, so they can be enjoyed by anybody but it needs help to be tasty. It’s also high in fibre to help keep you regularly and is slow-release, so will provide energy for longer. Adding any berries also provides a heap of vitamins, anit-oxidants and flavour to the oats. Citrus provides that healthy Vitamin C to keep you safe from disease too. Cinnamon is just the cherry on top, making your oats taste like the holidays. You can get creative with the fruit that you use and even add a scoop of protein powder to the bowl if you want to.

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Enjoy a healthy, long lasting and tasty breakfast with this fruit and cinnamon oats breakfast with your choice of toppings.

Last updated on 6 February 2023

Fruit and cinnamon oats recipe

5 from 2 votes
Recipe by Robyn Brittow Course: BreakfastCuisine: GlobalDifficulty: Easy
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  • 120 g 120 oats

  • 250 ml 250 water

  • 5 ml 5 cinnamon

  • pinch of Himalayan pink salt

  • zest of one naartjie / orange

  • naartjie / orange segments

  • raspberries to taste

  • Optional: honey or xylitol to replace sugar


  • Boil water and add salt, zest, cinnamon and oats stir and bring down to a slow simmer.
  • Allow the oats to cook until soft and quite thick.
  • Once cooked transfer to a bowl and add your fruit, honey or sugar substitute if needed and enjoy.

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