Oatmeal is one of the most common go-to breakfast options and if it is not a part of your morning routine it should be. Just one cup of cooked oatmeal contains about 150 calories, four grams of fiber and six grams of protein. Oats are also packed with thiamin, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, selenium, and iron making it a really healthy choice. The issue with many who choose not to eat oatmeal is some think it tastes bland or it just doesn’t make them feel full — I totally relate, I too sometimes walk away from a bowl of oatmeal feeling unsatisfied, but with these healthy, tasty and filling additions you can add to your oatmeal it will make the way you view this breakfast dish differently — like, actually appetizing.
Walnuts, Almonds, Cashews, Pistachios and Pecans are a few delicious nuts that you can add to your oatmeal to make it more yummy and satisfying.
Blackberries, Strawberries, Bananas, Apples, Dates, Raisens and Blueberries are a few yummy fruits you can add to your oats to make it taste more sweet without all the added sugar.
Chia seed, Flax seed, Pumpkin seeds and Hemp seeds are additions that you can add to your bowl of oatmeal to really keep your growling belly at bay until your next meal.
Skim or Soy milk, Cottage cheese, Nut butter, Egg whites, Protein powder and the seeds listed above pack a great source of protein that you can add to your oatmeal to make it more satisfying, tasteful and protein packed.
Cinnamon, Pumpkin spice, Nutmeg, and ginger are some delicious ways to spice up the flavor in your oatmeal by mixing in some yummy spices.
Other toppings to add into your oatmeal to make it taste even more yummy: