Although oatmeal is super healthy, the taste is usually a bit boring. We have three tips for you on how to turn your oatmeal into a taste highlight!
The fact that oatmeal is incredibly healthy cannot be denied. They are gluten-free and contain many important vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. The small flakes also have other positive effects on the body: They can lower the cholesterol level, are healthy for type 2 diabetes, help with gastrointestinal problems and help with weight loss. But the taste of the little flake is not really a highlight. But with these tips you can quickly conjure up a super delicious and not at all boring meal from them.
1. Superfood Recipe: Flavor Grenade
Just add juicy pomegranate seeds and cocoa nibs to your oat flakes for a great taste experience. The combination of juicy pomegranate seeds and sweet, tart cocoa nibs is simply wonderful. If you want the whole thing a bit more chocolaty, you can simply add some cocoa powder to the oatmeal-milk mixture and let it steep in a sealable container in the refrigerator overnight.
2. Superfood recipe: cottage cheese with oatmeal
Cottage cheese is high in protein and low in fat. Thus, just like oatmeal, it is ideal for losing weight or building muscle. A protein-rich breakfast with lots of protein is important for the regeneration of cells, muscles, skin and nails. How about a breakfast bowl with cottage cheese, oatmeal and fresh fruit? Just mix the cottage cheese with the water and oatmeal. Put the fruit and honey on top and you’re done.
3. Superfood recipe: sometimes exotic
With the combination of pineapple, mango and coconut, an exotic beach feeling is guaranteed. All you have to do is cut a pineapple and a mango into small cubes and leave some of them together with the oat flakes, coconut flakes and milk in a sealable glass overnight. Then top the next morning with coconut chips and the remaining fruit cubes and enjoy.
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