Savory Miso Oatmeal

Gluten-Free // Makes 2 Bowls

A savory take on oatmeal. This Miso Oatmeal is packed with flavor and will bring a new and adventurous way to enjoy your morning oatmeal.

Prep time: 1 min
Cook time: 5 min

Savory Miso Oatmeal

Oatmeal doesn't always have to be sweet! Savory oatmeal is a nourishing way to elevate a pantry staple through adding protein from soft boiled eggs, scallions and microgreens. The miso is a flavor bomb and, because our Purely Elizabeth Original Superfood Oats contain no sugar, they are a great grain to use for savory dishes!

Ingredients you'll need to make Savory Oatmeal: 

1. Purely Elizabeth Original Superfood Oats: Our no sugar Original Superfood Oats are made with a combination of superfood seeds like chia and flax seeds, and ancient grains like oats, puffed amaranth and quinoa flakes. The addition of the seeds and grains lends itself wonderfully for savory applications. 

2. Almond Milk: To add creaminess to the dish, we used almond milk but you could easily swap in water or veggie broth to make it even more savory!

3. Red Miso: This traditional Japanese ingredient is made from soybeans that have been fermented with a specific type of red rice mold called koji. The fermentation process gives red miso its unique, complex flavor that is both savory and slightly sweet. White miso would work just as well here if you can only find white miso. 

4. Toasted Sesame Oil: To boost savory flavors, the toasted sesame oil adds incredible flavor to the recipe. 

5. Eggs: There's nothing better than a runny yolk, and we love adding soft boiled eggs to a savory dish for flavor and a protein boost. 

6. Scallions: These versatile, flavorful greens add a burst of color and a subtle onion-like flavor to your oatmeal. 


1 cup Purely Elizabeth Original Superfood Oats
2 cups almond milk
1 tbsp red miso
⅛ tsp sea salt
2 tsp toasted sesame oil
2 soft boiled eggs
2 tbsp scallions, chopped

 Optional Toppings 
Sesame seeds


1. Place the oats, milk, red miso and salt into a pot over medium heat.
2. Cook until oats are tender, about 4-5 minutes and add more milk if necessary.
3. Separate the oats into two bowls and top drizzle with sesame oil, soft boiled eggs, scallions, microgreens, and sesame seeds.
4. Enjoy!

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