So I'm the type of person that welcomes stress into my life. When I'm overwhelmed, I tend to pack on a little more because of course, "I can handle it!" After this weekend, I really think I'm going to try to stop doing this.. and this time I mean it! As I'm in the process … Continue reading Peachy Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal
I took some time off from oatmeal. I mean, something hot and steamy in 108 degree weather just wasn't really appealing to me there for a while. After feeling like my break up with oatmeal was lasting just a little too long, I decided to make a little batch of baked oats. Why do I … Continue reading Vegan Baked Blueberry Oats
Good morning! I use to be an oatmeal every morning type of person, but I was always using oatmeal from a packet. Now I will give myself some credit because I was choosing a "weight controlled version" to avoid loads of excess sugar. After taking some time off of the oatmeal train, I had a … Continue reading Easy like Oatmeal
I thoroughly enjoy my weekends; one reason is because I love to put time and thought into my favorite meal of the day, breakfast! This morning, I wanted something warm and comforting and have been itching to use the frozen berries that have been sitting in my freezer. I hadn't had oatmeal in a while, so … Continue reading Sunday Brunch: Berry Almond Oatmeal Bake!
On a rainy day, what better is there to do then bake yourself a big batch of cookies! I love oatmeal raisin cookies, so my thought has always been, if I am going to make them I might as well put my healthy spin on them. There are not any eggs, oil, butter, or cow's milk … Continue reading Oil-Free, Low-Fat Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
I just tried this out last night for the first time. It was nice to wake up to something warm and already prepared, but there were a few changes I think I would make (which I will walk you through). I would definitely try them out, especially if you are an oatmeal person! Apple Cinnamon … Continue reading Apple Cinnamon Slow Cooker Oats
Here is a recipe for my Oatmeal Raisin Power Balls. Peanut butter and pecans provide a little protein while oats and raisins provide carbohydrate. Maybe try these for your post-workout snack! What you will need: 2 cups rolled oats 1 Tbsp ground flaxseed 1/3 cup peanut butter 1/4-1/3 cup honey or agave syrup (I combined … Continue reading Oatmeal Raisin Power Balls