Vanilla Peach Oatmeal: Anti-Inflammatory Diet Friendly

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One of my staples in my Endo-safe and anti-inflammatory diet, is gluten free oatmeal. My favorite way to prepare it is simple, hearty, and oh-so yummy!

Endo safe and Anti-inflammatory

 

Ingredients for vanilla peach oatmeal

 

Vanilla Peach Oatmeal
(all ingredients organic) 

Ingredients
1 cup rice milk
1/2 cup gluten free oatmeal
1 tsp vanilla
pinch of salt
2 tbsp flax seeds
raw honey
1 peach
sprinkle of cinnamon

Directions

In a small pot, bring the rice milk to a boil. Add salt, oatmeal, and vanilla. Turn heat down to medium-high, and stir continuously until the oats have soaked up the liquid. Transfer your oatmeal to a bowl. Sprinkle cinnamon, flax seeds, and sliced peach. Drizzle honey on top. Enjoy with your favorite herbal decaffeinated tea!

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Kelsey Chin

Kelsey is an Early Childhood Educator and blogger from the Boston area. She chronicles her journey using sewing as a positive outlet while living with chronic pain and Stage IV Endometriosis. Diagnosed at 22, Kelsey has spent six years learning about her disease, and has recently become active in Endometriosis research and advocacy. Originally from Washington State, Kelsey moved to the East Coast to attend Boston University and study to be a preschool teacher. She is a published poet who dreams of writing children's books, and opening her own preschool that supports reading development in a Reggio Emilia-inspired space. In her free time, Kelsey enjoys writing, sewing, baking, interior design, and traveling. She lives in the greater Boston area with her husband and two cats.

To read more about Kelsey's daily dabblings in sewing, as well as recipes, preschool curriculum ideas, and information about endometriosis, visit her blog at www.silverrosesewing.blogspot.com

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