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My first guest post of the month is from health blogger Jessica of Conveying Awareness with Jessica David. I love oatmeal, so what better way to start off my month of guest posts than with a round up of oat recipes? Don’t forget to like Jessica on Facebook! Enjoy!
I am not much of a meal planner but on Sundays, I like to make some mid-day snacks or breakfast bakes for the coming early school mornings for my son and husband who works outside of the home. On a recent Sunday, I took to Pinterest and found several recipes using oats as the ✯ ingredient.
I have a tendency to get overzealous in the kitchen and I did this particular day when I whipped up all 4 of the recipes below. I decided at the last moment to post just one set of the recipe images. The other recipe links are available for your perusal below. They’re all good and easy to make! The granola ones are great for little hands wanting to graze.
I am sharing the images for the [coconut] banana oatmeal bake. You can visit the link directly for the directions on how to make it. I made a few modifications though: I substituted the skim milk for coconut milk and added chia seeds during the baking process. I caramelized the bananas with 2 teaspoons of coconut sugar and sprinkled some cinnamon over it afterwards.
Protein Oatmeal Cookies – by Dashing Dish.
No Bake Healthy Granola Bars – by Oh She Glows.
Back to School Granola Bars – by Windsor Store.
[Coconut] Banana Baked Oatmeal (images below) – by Kath Eats.
What is your favorite oat recipe?
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