Oatmeal is one of the most popular breakfast options for those who want to start the day with a healthy diet.
Oatmeal is also very versatile and can be prepared and consumed in a wide variety of ways. From milkshakes to desserts, oatmeal can be enjoyed in a variety of delicious dishes.
Did you know that oatmeal is a superfood that can fulfill all your needs? From a quick, hunger-satisfying snack to a quick breakfast to a light, no-fuss meal, oatmeal can be a filling option for everyone.
Although it’s not heavy on the stomach, it’s packed with fiber and important nutrients that keep our systems running smoothly.
Since oats are low in fat, they can also help you lose a few pounds. It’s also rich in fiber, which keeps you feeling full, prevents binge eating, and aids in digestion.
Here are some amazing health benefits of oats.
Regulates blood pressure: eating oats helps keep blood flowing smoothly through the vessels.
Promotes heart health: oats are rich in soluble fiber and help lower cholesterol, which is very important for people with heart disease.
Can help diabetics: Eating oats prevents glucose from being absorbed into the bloodstream, helping to maintain sugar levels in the body.
Promotes weight loss: The soluble fiber in oats helps break down food faster, making it easier to digest and eliminating extra calories
Learn now 3 quick, delicious and easy recipes you can prepare at home with oats to lose weight
Let’s start with the most traditional recipe: oatmeal! The most practical breakfast option with oats is oatmeal. It’s a simple, quick and filling dish that’s packed with many nutrients
Write down the ingredients:
1/4 cup oatmeal;
1 cup plant milk;
20 g apple (or other fruit);
2 teaspoons cinnamon powder;
1 teaspoon raisins, berries, etc
1 tablespoon honey – if you want it sweeter;
Soak the oatmeal in water for a few minutes. Heat the milk in a saucepan over medium heat and add the chopped apple and cinnamon powder. When the apple is almost cooked (about 3 minutes), add the oats and cook them with the milk.
After 1 minute, when the porridge has the right consistency and the oats are cooked, take the pot off the stove and pour the porridge into a bowl. Stir the honey into the porridge and garnish it with raisins, berries, coconut flakes or other ingredients.
The second recipe is Overnight Oats – (oatmeal and plant milk prepared the night before). This recipe is very convenient and easy to make. You can prepare it on Sunday night for the whole week or for the next day.
For this you’ll need ½ cup of oatmeal, ½ cup of plant milk, 1 teaspoon of chia seeds and 1 to 2 teaspoons of maple syrup or pure honey.
Mix the oatmeal and chia seeds in a canning jar. If you like, you can also add cinnamon or cocoa powder. Then add the plant milk and mix all the ingredients until the oatmeal is completely covered. Let the mixture sit overnight or for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator.
After this time, the mixture will become hydrated and creamy. At this point, you can adjust the amount of liquid if you prefer runnier overnight oats, or add other ingredients like fruit or molasses to sweeten.
The oatmeal will keep for up to 4 days in the fridge, so you can make up to 4 jars at a time. Now all you’ve gotta do is eat them the next morning.
And the third recipe is a delicious banana oatmeal pancake, super easy with just 3 ingredients! These gluten free and vegan banana pancakeswill give you the easiest healthy breakfast of your life!
You’ll need 1 cup of gluten-free rolled oats (90 grams), 3/4 cup of water or plant milk, and one banana (80 grams). You can also add raisins to the batter if you like. Heat the pan and then put 1 spoon of the batter in it and spread it well.
Let it bake for 4 minutes on each side over medium heat. For toppings, you can use 100% natural, sugar-free strawberry syrup, berries, bananas, etc… whatever you like!
Did you like the recipes with oatmeal for weight loss? Go for it and try it out! If you already knew them, tell me in the comments and don’t forget to like this video.
I wish you good health!
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