Historically, when I've had standard-preparation oatmeal for breakfast I find myself ravenous an hour after eating. Oatmeal is high carbohydrate, fair in fiber and low in protein which makes it delicious but not always satisfying. Small tweaks to the standard recipe can make MAJOR differences in your fullness without sacrificing the breakfast staple we all love! I'm excited for you to try my favorite "full all morning" oatmeal.
The best part of this recipe is you can avoid using protein powder if you don't like the taste or are in-between grocery store trips.
Here's how to make it:
This oatmeal is the simplest way to give you less time cooking and more time in your morning routine. I hope you enjoy one of my go-to recipes for a fast and full morning. Happy cooking!
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