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Summer oatmeal

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Yes, I eat oatmeal in the summer! This is my 'go to' breakfast trend at the moment. It's easy, quick, nutritious, low cal! and most important...filling. This morning I added 1 cup of (organic) strawberries and 1/2 cup of blueberries. No added sugar, no added milk. The oatmeal is 100 calories. The strawberries are 46 calories and the blueberries are about 40 calories.

A great breakfast,,,under 200 calories!

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    I have some form of oatmeal almost every day. Sometimes the "regular" oatmeal flakes (not the instant stuff) of oats, or wheat, or other types of grains. Here the bio store (organics & fair trade items) has a wide variety of different "flocons"; my current one is einkorn. Sometimes I switch to steel cut oats, or actually the whole groats because I can't get steel cut here. So I buy the whole groats and run them through my spice grinder to break them up a bit. Not quite steel cut oats but good enough. I've also had buckwheat as a morning cereal, which is a different flavor and texture. I always use soy milk to cook whichever hot cereal.

    And, of course, adding fruit is a must!
    2917 days ago
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    Oh, I love it girl! You are awesome! Woo Hoo! I also like canned pumpkin in my oatmeal with some pumpkin pie spice and cinnamon....mmmmmmm emoticon emoticon You rock! Wonderful blog! Woo Hoo! You go girl! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2937 days ago
    Love oatmeal, too! Thanks for sharing your recipe!
    2937 days ago
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    Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love oatmeal, too. I make the recipe from the Sparkpeople cookbook. I mix oatmeal, ground flax seed, cinnamon, dried cranberries, and chopped walnuts. It's over 200 calories, but it fills me up. Oh, I also add 30 cal. Silk milk. emoticon
    2940 days ago
    Yum a hot cup of oatmeal with blueberries or strawberries emoticon starts my day..It is healthy & delish.
    2940 days ago
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    I eat oatmeal year around too. Looks like a lot of us do. I like the old fashioned or steel cut oats with a little unsweetened soy or almond milk, sometimes a tbsp of chopped or sliced nuts, some fruit, and occasionally add a tbsp of hemp seed or chia, flavor it with cinnamon once in awhile for a change of pace too. It keeps me going!
    2940 days ago
    I had oats today too, 1/2 cup blueberries, splenda and i cup of milk, so good, and filling
    2940 days ago
    I can eat oatmeal any time of year also. I love fresh fruit in it too.
    2940 days ago
    Thanks for sharing. I also love oatmeal. In winter when fresh fruit is hard to come by, I love cinnamon (with just a very small amount of sugar) in it. Otherwise I love just about all kinds of fruit in it. emoticon
    2940 days ago
    My entire family are oatmeal people, but I have never been able to get it down... jealous...
    2940 days ago
    I cook with oatmeal. Good way to add good carbs & bulk to anything - as soup.
    Or make own trail mix with oatmeal flakes, nuts, raisins, etc
    2941 days ago
    I so love oatmeal - it is one of my comfort foods. I often add raspberries and blackberries. You're so right - nothing else needed and it is yummy!
    2941 days ago
    Sounds good. I just started eating oatmeal. It was on the Spark Solution plan and I discovered that I could eat it. Still not my favorite but at least it is on the list now! emoticon
    2941 days ago
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  • FARIS71
    Great reminder!!
    2941 days ago
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    Love oatmeal. Switch mine up with chopped apples or raspberries. Almost always add cinnamon for the blood sugar levels.
    2941 days ago
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