1. Oats have well balanced nutritional composition and are rich in anti oxidants, fibres and proteins and low on sugar.
2. Almonds provide vitamin e, calcium, magnesium, protein, potassium and fibres. If possible, peel them before eating.
3. Flaxseeds provide healthy omega 3 fats alongwith proteins, fibres and minerals.
Overall, this oat breakfast is fulling, nutritious and hardly takes any time to prepare. Go for it!
Mash 1/2 banana until it’s good and soupy. Add 2 tablespoons of no-sugar added peanut butter. Add 1/4 cup oats. Boil 1/2 cup milk and pour over top. Mix and eat! Sometimes we add cinnamon too at the end.
You can add fresh toppings to your oatmeal. But the topping you choose add calories. Make it fun.
Frozen blueberries at better than fresh ones as they, at least compared to globally produced far traveling ones, contain more nutrients.
I add close to a fistful of walnuts, 1,5 teaspoon of peanut butter, some jam and my choice of milk. Consider using a vegetarian alternative!
2,5 dl water
1 teasp. salt
2 teasp. vegetable oil
Put them all into a bowl the night before. Put the bowl into the fridge. Microwave the bowl in the morning for 2-2,5 minutes and let it sit for 15-30 minutes while you're doing other morning (or whatsoever) routines.
Another option, cook diced apple in water for 10-15 minutes until just softening add to warm oatmeal with an equal part sugar and cinnamon mixture.