Blueberry Anise Oatmeal

I mostly put fresh fruits over my oatmeal, lot of times it is blueberry, because I just simply love them. Then I saw some other photos, when they cooked it into the oatmeal, and it gave it a perfect purple color. Of course, it does, but it never came into my mind just like that. I tried it and it looked amazing!

You don’t need artificial colorings to give nice colors to your food. This is a perfect example. It had such a pretty shade and even the flavor was perfect! With blueberries, you cannot go wrong, or at least not with me. I also wanted to spice it up a little, and I really like the taste of the anise. Therefore, I thought it will go well with this oatmeal. It turned out pretty good, so if you want to try it for yourself, then here is the recipe:

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  • 300 ml rice-coconut milk
  • 4 tbsp rolled oat
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • ½ handful blueberries
  • hint of ground anise
  • 1-2 tbsp agave syrup
  • pinch of salt


  1. Pour the milk in a pot and turn on the heat. Add the ingredients and stir it constantly.
  2. You can mash the blueberries with your spoon, and then it gets more intense color.
  3. Plate it and decorate it with whatever you would like to. I used banana, blueberries, puffed quinoa and some sweet sprinkle. I also add a big spoon on almond butter for extra creaminess.

It turned out as a very delicious and pretty dish with this decoration. It is a sweet and fulfilling breakfast.

Did you ever tried to cook blueberry into your oatmeal, or some other fruits?

Have a nice time with cooking!


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