Creamy High Protein Chocolate Oatmeal & Recipe Video

Hi guys!

This is my first recipe video of a new series of short, 1 minute videos I will be creating to share with you easy, quick, healthy ways to make delicious and nutritious plant-based recipes. 

It doesn't matter what diet you are following right now, I think we can all agree that eating more plant-based foods can only be super beneficial! So here is a creamy protein chocolate oatmeal recipe I often eat to start my day ;]

If you enjoy these short recipes, follow me on Instagram and Youtube @rawlivingwithbia  since I will be posting all of them there first. 

Check out the recipe video below ;]

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  • Adding the ripe banana while cooking the oats makes the recipe sweeter without having to add a lot of extra sweetener. It also adds an extra level of creaminess. 
  • I choose to use stevia in the recipe but feel free to use your choice of sweetener, such as maple syrup, agave, coconut palm nectar, coconut sugar, ...
  • I have the recipe on how to sprout your buckwheat in my free recipe ebook you can get here. If you do not have the buckwheat sprouted, you can just omit it or substitute for another seed/nut (my favorite are pumpkin seeds). 
  • If you are looking for extra protein, add a tbsp of spirulina to the recipe. 
  • The maca and cacao powder will give you a great energy boost! 



  1. Bring the water to a boil. Add the oats and bring the heat down to medium. Cook for 5 minutes. 
  2. Stir in the sliced bananas and cook for another 5 minutes. 
  3. Turn off the heat but keep the pan on the burner. Add the hemp protein, cacao powder, maca powder, stevia, and almond milk, stirring well until creamy. 
  4. Transfer the oatmeal to a bowl and top with mango, strawberries, almond slices and sprouted buckwheat. Enjoy!



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