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    Kristen Bocanegra
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Pear & Peach Ginger Cardamom Oatmeal


Few things are more important for you, your metabolism and your overall health than a wholesome meal at the start of the day.

However, finding the time to make a balanced breakfast can sometimes seems impossible, especially if you’ve had little sleep, are nursing a new baby, or are just trying to keep up with the fast pace of life.

momme meals' Pear & Peach Ginger Cardamom Oatmeal is served cold, takes under 10 minutes to make, start to finish, and has all the fixings to start your day off right.

The oats and almond milk are great for supporting a new mom's milk supply, while the chopped fruit and seeds help to round out this meal with additional healthy fats, vitamins and minerals every nursing mom (and anyone in the family) needs.

So take a few minutes in the morning and make yourself a meal that will help you begin your day with a smile both inside and out. You and your growing family deserve it.


Recipe Facts
Recipe Facts

  2 servings

Prep Time
5 min

Cook Time
5 min

Total Time
10 min

Nutritional Benefits
    • B1 (Thiamine)
    • B2 Riboflavin
    • B3 (Niacin)
    • B5 (Pantothenic Acid)
    • Calcium
    • Choline
    • Copper
    • Fiber
    • Folate
    • Iron
    • Magnesium
      • Manganese
      • Omega-3
      • Phosphorus
      • Potassium
      • Protein
      • Selenium
      • Vitamin A
      • Vitamin C
      • Vitamin E
      • Zinc

      Dietary Info



      1 ½ cups quick oats (gluten-free)
      1 pear, chopped
      1 peach or nectarine, chopped
      1 ¼ cups almond milk (any nut or other milk will work)
      ¼ cup coconut milk
      2 tablespoons pumpkin seeds
      1/8 teaspoon cardamom
      1/8 teaspoon fresh ground ginger
      2 tablespoons honey
      Pinch of sea salt

      Boobie Belly Boosters
      Mix in a tablespoon of hemp seeds, flax seeds or chia seeds (or all three) for an added kick of protein, fiber and omega 3’s. Any or all of these can easily be added to smoothies, salads, or oatmeal for a powerful boobie or belly boosting kick.

      In a medium size bowl, mix together oats, milks, cardamom, sea salt, honey and ginger. Let stand for 5 minutes on the counter or in the fridge.

      With the oatmeal set aside, chop your fruit and place in a separate bowl.

      Divide the mixed oatmeal into two bowls or glasses. Top each with ½ cup of chopped fruit and a tablespoon of pumpkin seeds.

      Drizzle on some additional honey and a pinch of cardamom. Stick in a spoon and serve!

      GINGER FREEZING TIP: Freezing your ginger is a great way to help is last longer! Prepare your ginger by washing it thoroughly and patting it dry before placing it in your freezer. I keep mine in a glass jar or just loose on the freezer door. Just take it out when you need it. Frozen ginger is super easy to grate on a microplane – skin on (high in fiber and totally edible), so just shave away. If you need larger pieces and would like it peeled, allow the ginger to thaw slightly. The skin can then be rubbed right off with your fingers and cut as desired.
      • Author avatar
        Kristen Bocanegra
      • Good Food Recipes

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      • Aug 19, 2014

        How is that I hadn’t discovered your blog until now! So excited to try all of these yummy recipes!!

        — Carrie

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