3 Tried and True Time-Saving Oatmeal Recipes
1. Minimalist Oatmeal
This oatmeal recipe is my everyday breakfast while in quarantine, and the best part is that it only requires two ingredients:
milk (any kind you prefer)
However, because there is nothing else to sweeten it, this recipe may not be suitable for those who enjoy eating sugar.
And, as you'll see below, it's extremely easy to make and only takes 5 minutes or less to prepare.
1. In a saucepan, put 3 tbsp oats
2. Pour in enough milk to cover all of the oats in the pan.
3. Cook over medium-low heat, stirring constantly.
4. Remove the pan from the heat when the oatmeal becomes creamy, but be careful not to overcook; this would ruin the juiciness.
Enjoy the smooth and unique flavor of this recipe while inspiring the body to eat and be healthy.
2. No-Cook Oatmeal Recipe
If I have a lesson in a few minutes, this is the only nutritious thing I can eat without feeling rushed.
Yogurt or milk
For fruits, I think dried mulberries and raisins pair really well with oats. You can also add fresh fruits, such as bananas, raspberries, or blueberries, which are very popular for oatmeal bowls.
1. In a bowl, combine 3 tbsp oats and the fruits (I generally use a large latte cup).
3. Give them a good, but rapid, stir.
Ready to eat!
3. Blackberry Yogurt Oatmeal
This one is my all-time favorite because I found ways to make it unhealthier but tastier.
1 cup yogurt
1/2 cup blackberries
4 tbsp oats
1 tbsp chia seeds
a handful of raspberries
The extra ingredient
For those who wanna be ironic and join the unhealthy club
Biscoff or Véritable Petit Beurre biscuits
1. In a blender, mix some yogurt and blackberries (it is better when there is more yogurt than usual oatmeal recipes).
2. Pour the smoothie into a bowl.
3. Give it a good stir after you've added the oatmeal and chia seeds.
If you chose to add refined sugar into your bowl, break some Biscoff or Petit Beurre with your spoon until they are small enough to fit into a dessert spoon.