Oatmeal Recipe Roundup

It’s almost the end of March and I realized I was slacking on my monthly Recipe Roundup post! Have no fear… oatmeal is here!

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For those of you who may be new ‘round here, in an effort to give some attention to past PBF recipe posts that have fallen to the wayside, once a month I post a collection of my previous recipes that fall under a certain theme or ingredient to give them a little love.

Past recipe roundup posts include:

When I first had the idea to do an Oatmeal Recipe Roundup, I initially figured it would include recipes that simply used oatmeal as a main ingredient, but I quickly saw that I have a bazillion recipes for traditional oatmeal on this blog and figured I could highlight them in their own post!

Happy breakfasting! Smile

Oatmeal Recipe Roundup

eggnog oatmeal

pumpkin banana oatmeal

banana baked oatmeal

pumpkin protein oats

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overnight oats

cookie dough baked oatmeal

baked berry oatmeal

chocolate overnight oats

Comments

  1. says

    I eat oatmeal almost every morning and this gives me new ideas to try!
    I’ve been running through sliced banana/walnuts and fresh strawberries/almonds for a while now…chocolate oats sound amazing!

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  2. says

    I love oatmeal. I want to try baked oatmeal…next on my list! I always worry I’ll mess it up/burn it somehow and it will ruin my morning ;) because I would totally do that.

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  3. says

    Mean! How on earth are we supposed to choose just one recipe to click on?? I wonder if my browser will be mad at me if I try to open them all… ;)

    Going with the Chocolate Overnight Oats first. Of course.

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  4. Johanna says

    Love all of these oatmeal recipes! I’m starting out with the the strawberry one today (adding a few other berries in there for even more nutrients). Pinned this so I don’t forget :)

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  5. says

    I used to HATE oatmeal. Hate it! But I’m trying to discover a love for it since it’s so good for me, and one of the best breakfast options since I’m at college. Now, I am proud to say that I have it often (with lots of yummy mix ins) and am learning (learning!) to like it. With recipes like these, I simply can’t dislike it!

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  6. says

    I add quinoa, millet, ground flax seed, and chia seeds to my steel cut oats. I cook 3 cups of the dry mix with 12 cups of water in my crock pot. When done, I spoon it into a cake pan and cool in the fridge. Slice the pan into 12 squares, place in ziplock bag, and freeze. Easy 12 servings of oatmeal. Take out a serving the night before to thaw in the fridge or just toss in microwave for 4 minutes on 80% and it is a fail proof and fast breakfast.

    Sometimes I use almond milk, cinnamon, vanilla….whatever you like.

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