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Nutella and Steel Cut Oats! Major Yum!

Friday, July 20, 2012

Today I decided to try something new in my morning Steel Cut Oats. I put one half a TB of Nutella in it. This addition was a raging success. I think I could even use it when I am craving that special treat.

I had planned to put a half tsp of brown sugar and a half ounce of walnuts in and have it with some milk. Instead I found after putting in the Nutella I did not want anything else in it at all. It was perfecto.

A whole bowl (1 cup of the oats with Nutella) was only 190 calories, 33 carbs, 5 grams if fat, and 7 grams of protein.

I find after the bowl I am totally satisfied. I think this might become my new go to breakfast along with a little fruit.

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MIRANDA2112 7/21/2012 10:28PM

  Whats the difference between Steel cut oats and regular oat flakes that you simmer on the stove or microwave?

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LOVETOLAUGH56 7/21/2012 1:35AM

    I've never had steel cut oats, but it sounds good with nutella.

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BRAVEONE92 7/20/2012 11:10PM

    I love both the steel oats & Nutella. I haven't
tried them together, but will. I have been
using coconut milk & a bit of honey for
taste. Also, use fruit at times and peanut
butter, for protein. Yummy!!!

Thanks for sharing.

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ALPINESALLIE 7/20/2012 12:59PM

    YUMMY! I just might have to try that! Anything to spice up steel cut oats is a great idea in my book!

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BUBBLICIOUS6 7/20/2012 12:56PM

    Wow!! That's a great idea! I love steel cut oats and now I am going to try this tomorrow! Thank you so much!! emoticon

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FROGHEMOTH 7/20/2012 12:54PM

    Yum! This sounds delicious. I'm totally gonna try this. Thanks for the idea :)

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