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12 Best Raw Oat Recipes to Try Today

These raw oat recipes are so good, you’ll want to keep eating them all day long!

Most people think raw foods are something you should never eat.

After all, they’re not alive.

Isn’t that why we call them “raw foods?”

However, raw is different from “not raw.”

When you cook food, it loses its nutrients and flavors.

So, when you eat raw foods, you’re actually getting more of what you want.

Oats are an example of a nutrient-dense and flavorful food.

These recipes will show you just how tasty oats can be.

Whether you like oatmeal or oat cakes, I have you covered with these 12 raw oat recipes.

1. Oatmeal

Oatmeal is a go-to breakfast for many people.

This simple dish will give you the energy you need to get through your busy day.

It’s packed with fiber and protein, making it perfect for anyone looking to start their day on a high note.

However, this recipe takes things up a notch by adding delicious cinnamon and nutmeg.

And if that’s not enough to make you want to eat more oatmeal, I don’t know what is!

So if you like the idea of a quick breakfasts but also prefer something sweet and hearty, give this recipe a try!

2. Raw Oats with Cacao Chocolate

If you’re looking for an easy and delicious breakfast, these raw oats with cacao chocolate are the way to go.

It only takes a few minutes to prepare this recipe and it tastes just as good as any cereal.

Plus, it’s healthy and full of fiber.

This treat is ideal for those who want to start their day feeling satisfied without guilt!

3. Raw Oatmeal Cookies

Oatmeal cookies are a great way to start your day.

These have the same chewy, oatmeal-y base as the ones above, but they’re significantly healthier.

Also, they don’t require any added sweeteners and only contain three ingredients.

If you can get past the weird color and texture of these, you won’t be sorry you made them!

4. Raw Date Oat Bars

These bars are sweet and tart, with a crunchy top that gives way to a soft, chewy middle.

They’re made with oats and dates for texture and flavor, which is great if you ask me.

But what I love most about them is the addition of coconut.

Whether you add coconut flakes or flakes to the batter and bake them until they turn crispy, these bars will be irresistible.

And it’s easy enough to make them ahead of time that you can have one ready in less than an hour.

5. Raw Oat Pancakes

I like these oat pancakes because they’re just a little bit different than the traditional ones.

You can easily swap out the maple syrup for maple flavoring and add your own toppings to make them more delicious.

For instance, I think gingerbread would be amazing on these!

6. Raw Oat Muffins

This recipe is unlike any other you’ve ever had.

Not only are the oat muffins packed with nutrients and antioxidants, but they’re also low-carb, vegan-friendly, and gluten-free.

They have a light and airy texture that’ll leave your tastebuds tingling.

The flavor is also terrific, using maple syrup to provide sweetness.

Best of all?

These babies are ready in mere minutes!

7. Raw Oat Waffles

Who can resist a slice of oat waffles?

These are the perfect way to start your day.

Raw oats are soaked overnight in water, then cooked in a hot pan until they’re mushy.

The next morning, you’ll have fluffy waffles that will fill you up while still being light and refreshing.

These babies are great for breakfast or as an afternoon snack!

8. Raw Oat Muffins with Chocolate Chips

If you’re a chocolate lover, these oat muffins are for you.

Even the kids will love them.

They’re so thick, dense, and moist that they need no frosting or glaze to make them taste great!

This quick recipe is an excellent way to give your family something nutritious without feeling like they’ll miss out on anything.

9. Raw Oatmeal Banana Bread

If you’re looking for a quick and easy breakfast recipe, this raw oatmeal banana bread is the answer.

It only calls for five ingredients and 40 minutes of your time.

It’s warm, sweet, and the perfect way to start your day.

The best part? This healthy treat is also gluten-free!

10. Vegan Blueberry Muffins

No matter what time of day or day you’re eating them, these vegan blueberry muffins should be on your table.

They’re sweet and refreshing with a bit of nuttiness from the almonds.

You can top them with whipped cream, crumbled cookies, or a drizzle of maple syrup.

11. Vegan Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

If you’re looking for a vegan cookie that isn’t too dense, these oatmeal cookies are your go-to.

They have just the right amount of crunch and chewiness to keep you coming back for more.

Plus, they’re super chocolatey and chocolaty, which is always a plus!

12. Raw Oat Breakfast Bars

These bars are super tasty and packed with healthy goodness.

They’re also incredibly easy to make.

Whereas most breakfast bars are filled with sugar and chock full of preservatives, these are made without any added sugar or milk.

This means they taste great and have no worries about you having a bad case of ‘morning sickness’ in the morning.

Plus, they’re full of energy-boosting oats and fiber-rich veggies like kale.

Vegan Blueberry Muffins

Moist, loaded with blueberries, and so easy to make from scratch, this healthy vegan muffins recipe requires only 7 ingredients and is made in 1 bowl!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Vegan Blueberry Muffins
Servings: 5
Calories: 494kcal


  • 1 Oven


  • 2 cups flour all-purpose, spelt, white whole wheat or combo
  • 2 1/2 teaspoons baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon mineral salt
  • 3/4 cup organic pure cane or turbinado sugar
  • 1 cup almond milk unsweetened
  • 1/3 cup olive oil or fruit infused olive oil: lemon or orange
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2– 2 cups blueberries fresh or frozen
  • a few blueberries extra
  • cane sugar sprinkle of


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Mix wet ingredients: In a 2 cup measuring cup, add the milk, sugar, oil, and vanilla, stir to combine a few times to help soften the large grains of sugar.
  • Mix dry ingredients: In a large mixing bowl, mix together the flour, baking powder and salt.
  • Combine wet & dry: Pour the wet mixture into the dry mixture and mix until just combined. Don’t overmix, overmixing the batter tends to make the muffins less tender.
  • Add blueberries: Toss in the fresh or frozen blueberries and gently fold them into the batter.
  • Scoop: Fill each muffin-lined hole with batter. For uniformity, fill muffin tin using a 1/4 measuring cup or large ice cream scooper to scoop up the batter and pour into the muffin holes.
  • Topping: Optionally, add a few strategic blueberries on top and sprinkle the top with a little pure cane sugar or raw sugar. The sugar will add a nice crunch to the tops!
  • Bake: Place in the oven and bake for 30 minutes. Let cool a few minutes and enjoy warm or at room temperature.


  • Counter & Fridge: Once completely cooled, store the muffins with a paper towel underneath and overtop in a container on the counter for up to 3 – 4 days. The paper towels will soak up moisture and keep them from getting too moist, losing their delicious crunchy top. They are also fine loosely covered for 1 – 2 days. Or store in the refrigerator for up to a week.
  • Freezer: Once completely cooled, wrap muffins individually and store them in a freezer-safe container or baggie for up to 2 months. When ready to eat let thaw to room temperature.



Calories: 494kcal | Carbohydrates: 84g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 16g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g | Monounsaturated Fat: 11g | Sodium: 396mg | Potassium: 136mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 41g | Vitamin A: 56IU | Vitamin C: 10mg | Calcium: 192mg | Iron: 3mg
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