Oatmeal is one of those tried and true breakfast options. Oatmeal has long been touted as being good for your heart because of its high fiber content. But sometimes you get a little tired of oatmeal day after day, right? Never fear, there are so many ways to doctor those oats, you will never get tired of them again!
First, there's overnight oats. What could be easier? You take the ingredients, most of which can be found in your pantry or refrigerator, combine them in a mason jar, and put them in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, your breakfast is ready and waiting for you! Here's a link to a variety of Overnight Oatmeal recipes.
Another recipe that I found was actually a quilter's creation! Quilter Kathleen Tracy came up with this unique idea for Crispy Baked Oatmeal. I have tried it and can tell you that it is delicious.
And a third way to make oatmeal a little differently is to vary the add-ins. Here's an extra-special combo I made called "Almond Joy Oatmeal." It is so delicious, I have sometimes made it for dessert!
Oatmeal is a good way to start your day. It gives you plenty of energy to get into the studio and start quilting!
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