Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal
This Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal comes together in under 15 minutes and is perfect for a healthy and cozy Fall breakfast! It’s easy to make, naturally vegan and can be made gluten-free by using gluten-free oats. Serve it up on its own or add your favourite topping to it like sliced banana or granola!
A healthy breakfast that tastes like pumpkin pie!
This recipe for Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal is great for a cozy breakfast that will keep you feeling full all morning long. The recipe comes together in 5-15 minutes, depending on the type of oats you decide to use. If you use quick oats, this recipe can be ready in just 5 minutes! Rolled oats or using steel-cut oats will take slightly longer.
This recipe is naturally vegan and gluten-free (using gluten-free rolled oats), but can be made using any type of milk and oats you love.
Why you’ll love this recipe
- Easy to make. This pumpkin oatmeal comes together in under 15 minutes and is so easy to make. It’s perfect for a healthy breakfast that both adults and kids will love.
- A hug in a bowl. If you want a cozy Fall breakfast, this is the recipe for you! These oats are SO cozy and will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside while you eat them.
- Healthy and customizable. Besides being a great healthy breakfast option, this pumpkin oatmeal is customizable. Feel free to add in any spices, nuts, fruits or mix-ins you love!
Types of oats you can use
This recipe can be made with quick oats, rolled oats or even steel-cut oats.
I use rolled oats because I like their nutty chewy texture, but they cook up much quicker than steel-cut oats. If you have more time in the morning, you can use steel-cut oats in this recipe (which will take 15-20 minutes to cook) and just add some extra liquid to the oats. (refer to the package directions on your steel-cut oats for oats to liquid ratio.)
If you’re in a rush and want this recipe ready even quicker, you can use quick oats or instant oats, which will take just a couple of minutes to cook.
Ingredients you’ll need
- Oat milk: to keep it in the oat theme. I love oat milk becuase it’s creamier than some other plant based milks. But you can use any type of milk you like.
- Water: to cook the oats.
- Pumpkin Puree: not pumpkin pie filling. Just pure pumpkin.
- Oats: I use rolled oats, you can use any type you like.
- Pumpkin pie spice: store-bought, or homemade
- Coconut sugar: or brown sugar.
How to make this recipe into overnight oats
Overnight oats are oats that you can prepare in a jar the night before so they’re ready to enjoy in the morning. They can also be enjoyed hot or cold.
You can make this recipe into overnight oats by using equal part oats and oat milk, and use slightly less pumpkin (1/4 cup). you can also add in some yogurt of choice and a tbsp of chia seeds.
Tips for making this recipe perfectly
- For the best texture, I recommend using rolled oats over quick oats. If you have more time to let the oatmeal cook, you can also use steel cut oats
- If you like your oatmeal thicker, you can simply let it cook down on the stovetop for a couple more minutes. If you prefer it thinner, you can cook it slightly less, or add slightly more oat milk.
- If you want to make homemade pumpkin pie spice, I like this recipe from Gimme Some Oven.
More pumpkin recipes to try
- Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins
- Vegan Pumpkin Spice Latte
- Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding
- Pumpkin Pie Smoothie
- Pumpkin Spice Granola
- Healthy Chocoalte Pumpkin Bread
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This healthy pumpkin pie oatmeal is easy to make and perfect for a cozy Fall breakfast!
- Mix all the oatmeal ingredients together in a pot over medium-high heat until it begins to bubble slightly.
- Reduce the heat to medium-low and let cook for 5-6 minutes, stirring every minute or so.
- Remove from heat and serve with your favourite toppings.
For the best texture, I recommend using rolled oats over quick oats. If you have more time to let the oatmeal cook, you can also use steel cut oats
If you like your oatmeal thicker, you can simply let it cook down on the stovetop for a couple more minutes. If you prefer it thinner, you can cook it slightly less, or add slightly more oat milk.
If you want to make homemade pumpkin pie spice, I like this recipe from Gimme Some Oven.
- Serving Size: 1 bowl
- Calories: 230
- Sugar: 9g
- Fat: 3g
- Carbohydrates: 40g
- Fiber: 7g
- Protein: 6g
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