Mocha Oatmeal (Low Fat, Sugar-free, THM-E)

Posted on Jan 29, 2018

Any coffee drinkers out there?  I know there are!  My favorite part of the day is when I can prepare my cup of coffee in the silence of the early morning…and maybe another cup after my boys are off to school.


Mocha Oatmeal (Low Fat, Sugar-free, THM-E)


Having coffee WITH your breakfast is one thing…but how would you like coffee IN your breakfast?  Yes, there are tons of recipes you can make that have coffee as one of the ingredients, from smoothies to cakes.  But what about coffee/mocha flavored oatmeal?

I have to admit that the thought of mocha in oatmeal was intriguing to me.   The idea came to me totally out of nowhere one Sunday afternoon.   (As a food blogger, I’m constantly thinking of food and recipes.)

Mocha Oatmeal (Low Fat, Sugar-free, THM-E)


I love my coffee, but I do not like it black…BLECH!!!  I started drinking coffee after I was married, but had to have lots of store bought creamer to cover up the bitter taste of black coffee.  After starting THM a few years ago, I now make my coffee with just a splash of half & half, collagen and my SweetLeaf Sweet Drops!  Perfect!!

Maybe I’m crazy and adventurous for making this recipe, but I hope you atleast give it a shot!  Because black coffee is bitter to me, I added a bit more sweetener, but you can use however much or little sweetener you need for your liking.  If you’re careful with the carb count, you could also add a half banana as a topping as well.


Mocha Oatmeal (Low Fat, Sugar-free, THM-E)


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Serves one

Mocha Oatmeal (Low Fat, Sugar-free, THM-E)

A unique twist on a familiar breakfast of oatmeal and coffee!

15 minCook Time

15 minTotal Time

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  1. In saucepan add the oats, coffee and almond milk.
  2. Stir in the salt.
  3. Once cooked (about 10-15 minutes) add remaining ingredients and stir.
Cuisine: Trim Healthy Mama-friendly | Recipe Type: E fuel


Nutritional Info per serving: (the entire recipe)


Fat grams---4.5

Net carbs---23



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