Figs and Cinnamon Warming Oatmeal

This Figs and Cinnamon warming oatmeal is the perfect breakfast for cold mornings- this autumn-inspired breakfast is great for keeping you energized and satiated until noon. Made with Kolya Naturals’ Figs and Cinnamon Tea, the sweet fig, cinnamon, and hints of apple & maple transform this tea into a sweater-wearing favourite that mixes perfectly with oatmeal.

Figs and Cinnamon Warming Oatmeal

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  1. Steep 1 tbsp of Figs and Cinnamon black tea in 1 cup of water for 5 minutes, and pour into a pot (on medium-high).
  2. Bring the brewed tea to a boil, then add the oatmeal, chia seeds, sunflower seeds and cinnamon to the boiling tea- bring to a boil again.
  3. Once the mix boils, reduce the heat, stir, and let it simmer for another minute or two.
  4. Stir in the maple syrup and coconut oil and turn off the heat.
  5. Serve with your favourite toppings!

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  1. Steep 1 tbsp of Figs and Cinnamon black tea in 1 cup of water for 5 minutes, and pour into a pot (on medium-high).
  2. Bring the brewed tea to a boil, then add the oatmeal, chia seeds, sunflower seeds and cinnamon to the boiling tea- bring to a boil again.
  3. Once the mix boils, reduce the heat, stir, and let it simmer for another minute or two.
  4. Stir in the maple syrup and coconut oil and turn off the heat.
  5. Serve with your favourite toppings!

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Be creative- don't be afraid to add extra toppings such as fresh fruit, nuts, or toasted coconut.

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alecia s.
alecia s.
Alecia has been inspired and fascinated with nature since a young age. She has worked directly with plants for over two decades... from growing them in gardens to enjoying them as food, and regularly using them as medicine. During this time she has been making herbal products for health and wellness and discovered she really loved inspiring and teaching others the ease of making handmade and homegrown products. She has studied and been inspired by herbalists like Rosemary Gladstar, Robert Rodgers, Beverly Gray, Jeanne Rose as well as other local herbalists and horticulturalists.

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