10 Creative Ways To Spice Up Your Oatmeal

People typically envision fluffy stacks of pancakes drenched in streaming amber syrup or an amazingly indulgent egg benedict when they get enthusiastic about breakfast. Nobody actually considers oatmeal. It’s a fantastic canvas, though, and there are countless ways to dress it up and intensify the flavors. It’s an underappreciated star. Here are some of the most inventive recipes we could discover.

1. Baked oatmeal with banana nuts

Why would anyone refuse bread pudding for breakfast when it literally tastes like banana bread pudding? This is the simplest brunch or single dinner you’ve ever made. Garnish with some peanuts and cinnamon. Maybe perhaps the best tasting. Imagine the baby absorbing the syrup over time!

2. Strawberries and Vanilla Overnight Oats

This strawberry-flavored mixture in a mason jar is a dream. You wouldn’t know that these overnight oats, which are mixed with chia seeds and nonfat milk, are nutritious.

3. Oatmeal with sweet potatoes and maple-brown sugar

Your morning oatmeal will taste like Thanksgiving and be full of healthy nutrients thanks to sweet potatoes! Chopped almonds give additional complexity, and maple and sweet potatoes have always gone well together. Breakfast sweet potato pie? Thanks and please.

4. savory miso oatmeal

The dish on this list that is possibly the most inventive. Everyone with a savory palate will be enticed by this incredible combination in no time thanks to the luscious poached egg and some significant flavors provided by salt, miso paste, salted seeds, and furikake.

5. Healthful overnight oats with matcha green tea

Matcha has lately become popular, but these delectable green tea overnight oats show that it’s more than just a fad. Thank happy the author chose to experiment with matcha rather than chocolate on time! Though it does have a peculiar coloration, we’ll concede that, the bright end result has such a subtle but unforgettable flavor.

6. Samoa Oatmeal

Girl Scout Cookies may not be the most visually appealing treat, but Samoa cookies are seriously addicting. Eat up a bowl of samoa-flavored oats instead of buying them by the box; all you need are some caramel candies, semi-sweet chocolate chips, and toasted coconut shreds for extra flare.

7. Blueberry Cheesecake Swirl Oatmeal Recipe

The velvety blueberry and cheesecake swirls are not only irresistible to everyone, but they are also low-fat, gluten-free, and generally healthy. A simple bowl of oatmeal is transformed into a beauty that is cheesecake-inspired with just a touch of cream cheese and cinnamon.

8. Toasted oatmeal with strawberry-chia jam and coconut-flavored whipped cream

That strawberry jam looks picture-perfect on Pinterest, and even better, it’s homemade! We want to devour handfuls of it! Although preparation takes some time, the end result is well worth the effort. This recipe for toasted oats, which combines coconut whipped cream, will have you eating seconds at the end of the day as well!

9. Nutritional Vanilla Cake Batter Oats

When you were a child and attempted to sample that uncooked, alluring cake batter, your mother swatted your hand away. Now that mom isn’t there to see, you can prepare cake batter oatmeal (to inject a dose of fun into your fiber-filled adult responsibilities). Strangely, the flavor is enhanced by the vanilla protein powder.

10. Fried egg and savory oatmeal with cheddar

Okay, since oatmeal and eggs are a savory combination made in heaven, we had to include one more fantastic invention. This time, the oatmeal is topped with white cheddar, red peppers, and onions in place of the poached egg. Honestly, it’s superior to any omelette we’ve ever heard of.


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