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Love oats? But sick of traditional oats with fruits and honey? Then you need to see these awesome recipes to give your oatmeal a makeover! Check out my blog www.petitfulme.com
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  • 1. Healthy, Delicious Oat recipes you never thought of. Have it anytime of the day. Not just for breakfast!!
  • 2.  Steel-cut (Irish) oats: These are the least processed type of oat cereal. The toasted oat groats are simply chopped into chunks about the size of a sesame seed.  Stone-ground (Scottish) oats: These are the same as Irish oats but they are ground into smaller pieces, closer to the size of a poppy seed. Both Irish and Scottish oats have to be cooked before you eat them. Irish oats take about 45 minutes to cook, Scottish oats about half that long (because they are smaller).  Old-fashioned rolled oats: These are made by steaming the toasted groats and then running them between rollers to create flakes. Rolled oats can be eaten as is or cooked into oatmeal (it takes about ten minutes).  Quick-cooking oats: These are simply rolled into thinner flakes, so they cook a little faster.  Instant oats: These are the most heavily processed. The groats have been chopped fine, flattened, pre-cooked, and dehydrated. Instant oatmeal usually has added salt and sugar. I suggest leaving the instant oats on the shelf. In the time it takes you to boil the water to make instant oatmeal, you can cook some old-fashioned oats in the microwave. Different types of oats Source: https://ckomelissal.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/types-of-bran-oats/
  • 3.  Previous page listed type of oats from least processed to most processed. The least processed the more fiber and nutrient it contains, it also takes the longest to cook. I’ll show you some tricks to reduce cooking time but still maintain its goodness =D  Benefits:  Lower cholesterol  Lower body fat  Reduce blood sugar and insulin  Keeps you full and provide sustain energy (low GI)  Regulate bowel movement, good for digestion  Eliminate toxins inside the body  Weight Control
  • 4. Bacon and Golden Syrup Oatmeal Ingredients (1serving): • ½ cup of rolled oats • Pinch of salt • 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar • 1 cup of water • 1 slice of bacon pan fried till crisp • 1 tbsp of golden syrup (or Maple syrup) Trick to cook rolled oats quickly You can use the tradition cooking method. Cook the oats with water and salt on stove top for 30 minutes. Or soak the oats with water, salt and some vinegar overnight in the fridge. And simply microwave on high for 1 minute and stir, then microwave for another minute and stir. Top up bacon and syrup and enjoy =)
  • 5. Oatmeal with Choc chip and peanut butter (YUM) One of my favorite! This is a truly awesome breakfast or anytime snack! Ingredients (for one) • ½ cup of instant oats (or rolled oats soaked over night) • ¾ cup of coconut and almond milk (or any milk you like) • Pinch of cinnamon powder • 1 tsp stevia • Handful of dark choc chip • 1 tbsp of crunchy peanut butter • 1 tbsp shredded coconut (optional) Method: • Cook oats according to instruction (or refer to previous slide if using soak rolled oats) • Add rest of the ingredient • Mix and eat up!
  • 6. Oatmeal with Mushroom, Onion and Thyme This is not my recipe, but I’ve tried it and its so delicious and creative, so I want to include it here. Ingredients (for one): • 1 cups water (1 cup water if using old-fashioned oats) • 1/2 cup steel-cut oatmeal • 1 tablespoons olive oil, plus additional to taste • 1/4 medium onion, finely sliced • 1 cloves garlic, minced • 3 ounces crimini mushrooms, sliced • 2 sprigs fresh thyme • 1/2 cup finely grated smoked gouda or cheddar cheese • Salt pepper to taste Directions: • Cook oatmeal according to slide one • Meanwhile pour oil into a saucepan over medium heat and bring to a simmer. Add onion and garlic and saute for 3 to 5 minutes. Add mushrooms and thyme sprigs and saute until mushrooms turn golden brown, about 5 to 7 minutes. (If liquid dries too soon, add 1 teaspoon oil at a time.) Remove thyme sprigs. • Scoop cooed oatmeal into pan with vegetables and mix thoroughly, stir in the cheese. Transfer to serving bowls and add olive oil, salt, and pepper to taste. Garnish with fresh thyme leaves or use dried. http://food.allwomenstalk.com/savory-oatmeal-recipes-to-give-you-a-fresh-new-taste-on-this-amazing-grain
  • 7. Overnight oats (Bircher muesli) Swiss inspired recipe. Love this for breakfast when I was at Switzerland. Really easy to make and great as summer when you want oats but not hot. Ingredients (for one): • 1/3 cup of oats • ½ cup of low fat vanilla yogurt • ½ cup of apple juice • 2 tbsp. shredded apple • 1 tbsp of raisins • 1 tbsp chia seed • 1tbsp shredded coconut • ½ tsp cinnamon • Any topping of your choice Mix all ingredients together in a bowl or jug except the topping. Cover and leave in the fridge for at least 8 hours (can store up to 3 days, so you can make extra in advance). When you want to eat it, top it up with anything you like. I usually have mine with berries and chopped nuts.
  • 8. Ultimate breakfast savory oats Ingredients (for one): • ½ cup rolled oats • 1 cup of chicken stop • Salt and pepper to taste • Some olive oil • 3 cherry tomatoes (halved) • 1 poached egg (or soft boiled, can even use fried egg, just make sure the York is still nice and runny) Method: • Cook oats according to slide one method. Instead of soak in water, use chicken stock for extra tasty oatmeal! • Heat up some oil, saute tomato till soft. (Tip: You can add some mushroom, spring onion, even chopped bacon pieces if you like) • Cook the egg using the method of choice. • Add the oats to tomato and stir, top up with the egg, break the egg York and let it run into the oats. Enjoy!
  • 9. Oat banana protein pancakes For days you want something little bit different =) Ingredients (for 2): • One large ripe banana • ½ cup of oats • 1 large egg • 2 tbsp of natrual yogurt (or milk will do) • 1 scoop of vanilla protein power • 1 tbsp. of honey or sugar • Pinch of salt • 1 tsp cinnamon • 1 tsp baking powder • Some oil for panfry Method: • Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend till a smooth pancake batter mixture (should be slightly runny) • Heat up some oil in a none sticking pan, pure batter in to pan (should make about 4 pancakes) • Cook one side till bubble comes out, then flip and cook for 2 minutes till golden. • Top up with more chopped banana and honey
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