Mix rolled oats with your choice of milk (dairy or plant-based) and add-ins like chia seeds, berries, nuts, and a touch of honey or maple syrup. Let it sit in the fridge overnight for a convenient, ready-to-eat breakfast.
Cook rolled oats with water or milk and swirl in a spoonful of almond or peanut butter. Top with sliced bananas, a sprinkle of cinnamon, and a drizzle of honey for a satisfying meal.
Prepare a mixture of oats, eggs (or flax eggs for a vegan option), milk, fruit, nuts, and a touch of sweetener. Portion the mixture into muffin cups and bake for easy grab-and-go breakfasts or snacks.
Blend rolled oats with banana, eggs (or a vegan egg substitute), and a dash of baking powder to create a pancake batter. Cook on a non-stick pan and serve with fresh fruit or a dollop of Greek yogurt.
Cook steel-cut oats with vegetable broth and add chopped vegetables like carrots, celery, onions, and spinach. Season with herbs and spices for a nutritious and filling soup.
Pulse rolled oats in a food processor to create a breadcrumb-like texture. Use it as a coating for baked chicken breasts or fish for a healthy and crunchy alternative to traditional breadcrumbs.
Layer Greek yogurt with oats, fresh berries, and a drizzle of honey or agave syrup in a glass or jar. Repeat the layers and top with a few nuts or seeds for added crunch.
Bake muffins using oat bran, whole wheat flour, mashed bananas, a bit of honey or applesauce for sweetness, and your choice of nuts or dried fruit. These make a great snack or breakfast option.