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Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl (Instant Pot)

Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl with figs and strawberries.
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Tired of meat-heavy AIP and paleo breakfast options? Try this easy Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl instead! It’s loaded with fruits, veggies and grass-fed collagen for a protein-packed, nutrient-dense start to your day. And you can make a big batch ahead of time and save the leftovers for busy mornings!

Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl with bananas and raspberries.

Sometimes, when you’re following an AIP or paleo diet, breakfast can get tiresome. How many different breakfast hashes can you make before the combo of meat + vegetables starts to get old? What if the windy, dreary weather is making you crave a giant bowl of toasty, comforting oatmeal to warm you to your very core? But oats (and other grains) are a no-go for you, either because you’re following an AIP/paleo diet, or because your body just doesn’t agree with them.

Well, fear not, my friend! I have a solution! Meet this Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl!

This warm, toasty bowl of goodness will have you humming with delight in no time! And it’s super easy, to boot! With just a few simple ingredients, you’ll have a nutrient-dense, protein-packed, gut-healing bowl of “noatmeal” at the ready. Plus, you can save the leftovers to eat all week!

Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl with figs and strawberries.

What’s in this Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl?

That’s it. Simple, whole, vitamin-, mineral- and fiber-packed ingredients that will have your heart singing and your body thriving.

Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl with bananas and raspberries.

What do you use to top this Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl?

My friend, this is where the magic happens. If you had a bowl of oatmeal, what would you top it with? Shredded coconut? Yes, please! How about coconut cream? Hell-to-the-yes! Coconut yogurt, for a probiotic boost? Mmhmm. Fresh fruit? Berries? Nuts? Tigernut flakes? Tigernut BUTTER?! Go wild, my friend. Go wild.

You could eat this AIP breakfast bowl every day for a week and garnish it with different toppings each day, and never grow tired of it. For example:

Monday: fresh blueberries and coconut cream.
Tuesday: sliced strawberries, shredded coconut and sliced tigernuts.
Wednesday: sliced bananas and tigernut butter.
Thursday: fresh raspberries and coconut yogurt.
Friday: diced apples, cinnamon and coconut milk.

What topping combos would you use?? Let me know in the comments!

For another AIP friendly breakfast bowl recipe, check out this PB&J Cauliflower N’oatmeal.

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Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl with figs and strawberries.

Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl (Instant Pot)

  • Author: Andrea
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 15 minutes
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 6 servings 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Instand Pot
  • Cuisine: AIP

Description

Tired of meat-heavy AIP and paleo breakfast options? Try this easy Make-Ahead AIP Breakfast Bowl instead! It’s loaded with fruits, veggies and grass-fed collagen for a protein-packed, nutrient-dense start to your day. And you can make a big batch ahead of time and save the leftovers for busy mornings!


Ingredients

Scale

1/2 small head cauliflower, cut into florets

1 small butternut squash, peeled and cubed

1/4 c water

1 cup canned full-fat coconut milk (with no fillers or gums!)

1 tsp ground cinnamon

1 tsp ground ginger

1/4 tsp ground cloves

pinch of sea salt

1 scoop grass-fed collagen peptides

1 Tbsp maple syrup (optional)

Topping ideas (mix it up for variety!): coconut milk, coconut cream, coconut yogurt, shredded coconut, dried fruit, fresh berries, lemon zest, sliced fresh fruit, pomegranate seeds, tigernut flakes, chopped or sliced nuts (omit for AIP), maple syrup


Instructions

Put cauliflower, butternut squash and water into your instant pot or pressure cooker. Set to high pressure for 5 minutes and lock the lid, making sure the release valve is set to “sealing.”

Once the cooking cycle is complete, let your pressure cooker naturally release for 10 minutes. Then, using a towel or wooden spoon so you don’t burn yourself, open the release valve to release all the pressure. Once the pressure pin drops, carefully open pressure cooker lid.

Stovetop method: Simmer cauliflower, butternut squash and water in stock pot over medium heat until soft, stirring occasionally.

Add coconut milk, spices, collagen peptides and maple syrup (if using), and use an immersion blender to blend all ingredients until smooth. Alternatively, let cauliflower and butternut squash cool slightly, and then add all ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend until smooth, being careful not to burn yourself.

Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!



Notes

Saves well in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week, or in the freezer for a few months! Simply scoop out a portion, warm in the microwave or on the stove and top with your favorite toppings!

Nutrition information is for recipe without any additional toppings or sweeteners.


Nutrition

  • Calories: 143
  • Fat: 9.7g
  • Carbohydrates: 12.2g
  • Fiber: 3.1g
  • Protein: 5.1g

Keywords: aip breakfast bowl, aip, paleo, breakfast bowl

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