This week, we're sharing oatmeal recipes worth getting out of bed for.
Happy cooking, and healthy eating.
Blackberry and Goat Cheese Oatmeal
Tangy goat cheese balances the tartness of blackberries in this indulgent recipe from KeyIngredient.com Rich in soluble fiber and high in antioxidants, blackberries are a nutritious way to top off an already healthy bowl of nutritious oats. Drizzle Scottish Honey on top for a truly decadent start to your day.
- 1/2 cup Hamlyn's Scottish Oatmeal or Porridge
- Pinch of salt
- 1 cup almond milk
- 1/4 tsp. vanilla
- 1-2 tbsp. Scottish honey, plus a drizzle for the top
- 3 tbsp. goat cheese
- handful of blackberries, halved
- additional toppings (walnuts, pistachios, extra milk, flax, etc.)
- Bring the oats, salt, and milk to a boil in a pot. Stir while the oats begin to absorb the liquid. When thick, add in the vanilla and honey.
- Once the desired thickness is reached, crumble in about half of the goat cheese. Swirl it so that it begins to melt into hot oatmeal.
- Transfer to a bowl, and top with the rest of the cheese, the blackberries, and any additional toppings. Drizzle with extra honey.
Peanut Butter & Jelly Oatmeal
Use your favorite Mrs. Bridges preserve or jam with this protein packed delight courtesy of thehungryhousewife.com! Kids love it! Forgo the bread and make PB&J oatmeal instead! Loaded with fiber and protein, peanut butter is filling and nutritious oatmeal mix-in that will keep you satisfied until lunchtime. Add some all-natural jam and you’ve got yourself a big bowl of awesome! We suggest the Morello Cherry or Scottish Blackcurrant.
- ½ cup water
- ½ cup milk
- pinch kosher salt
- ⅓ cup Hamlyn's Scottish Oatmeal or Porridge
- 1tsp Brown Sugar
- 2 tablespoons peanut butter
- 1 tablespoon Mrs Bridges Preserves or Jam
- Bring the oats, salt, and milk to a boil in a pot. Stir while the oats begin to absorb the liquid.
- Once the desired thickness is reached, stir in sugar, peanut butter and preserves or jam.