Try barley, farro, brown rice, or quinoa with some milk, a little sweetener (like honey), and fruit... or however you usually have your oatmeal. There are also different kinds of oats. Have you tried steel cut oats?
Target has their Simply Balanced line, and they have different grains in little microwave pouches. You just tear the top off, microwave for 90 seconds, and they're done. Each pouch has 2 servings, so you can put half of it into a container for the next day. Why not get a few different ones to see what you like as breakfasts (or in general)?
Also, have you heard of savory oatmeal? I've heard of people cooking their oats in chicken or veggie broth, or adding eggs, meat, and veggies. It could be an interesting way to use up leftover chicken from dinner.
Or try throwing leftover rice (brown preferred) into a pan with some leftover chicken and veggies, and scramble an egg into the mixture.
Once you branch out from oats to other whole grains, you can start doing a lot more. Plus, the egg and rice thing also makes a great lunch or dinner.
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