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Dress up this classic cold-weather breakfast with a topping of applesauce, nuts, fresh or dried fruit, honey, maple syrup or brown sugar.
This affordable, healthy breakfast provides protein, whole grains and fresh fruit to help you start your morning right. Simply mix the ingredients together and refrigerate overnight. Enjoy it cold or warm the next morning.
These nutritious and delicious silver dollar pancakes are a great way to get your oatmeal. With only five ingredients, most of which are pantry staples, they're simple to make any day of the week.
A double dose of vanilla—in both the yogurt and vanilla extract—makes this easy, baked breakfast dish irresistibly rich and fragrant. Serve at brunch, or cut into slices and pack for breakfast, to eat warm or cold. If you prefer, use other frozen fruit like sliced peaches or pitted cherries instead of berries.
These yummy bars are great for dessert, perhaps with ice cream, yet also work well in the lunchbox. Oats, sunflower seeds and dried fruit provide great flavor along with their nutritional benefits.
Cooking rye flakes with steel-cut oats lends creaminess to this typically chewy oatmeal.
Top this hearty breakfast favorite with any dried or fresh fruit and sweeten with honey, agave nectar or turbinado sugar, if you like. For added flavor and texture, sprinkle ground flaxseed or wheat germ over the top just before serving.
Top this nutritious, hearty breakfast with fresh berries, dried fruit and nuts or flax seeds and then pour a bit of hemp or almondmilk over the top. Only have frozen fruit on hand? Stir it into the pot during the last few minutes of cooking.
Cooked millet is a great breakfast alternative to oatmeal or cream of wheat. Here it's infused with cinnamon and cardamom and served with dates and sweet mandarin oranges.
This simple jam is full of fresh strawberry flavor and extremely versatile: try it spread on toast or pancakes, over oatmeal or yogurt, or as a warm topping for ice cream. Don't feel obligated to add any of the optional flavors, but if one of our suggestions strikes your fancy don't hesitate: You'll be in for a treat.
Loaded with satisfying textures and flavors, try this delicious breakfast cereal as you would a cold cereal, or cook and serve like oatmeal. This recipe makes enough for a crowd or for you to keep in your pantry for a few weeks.
If you're always looking for a new way to eat oatmeal, how about on the go? You can enjoy these tasty squares warm, at room temperature or even cold for breakfast or a snack. They're simple to make ahead and keep in an airtight container in the refrigerator so you can grab and go throughout the week. Steel cut oats baked like this will retain much of their crunch; if you’d like softer oats, combine the almond milk and oats in a medium bowl and let soak for several hours or overnight before assembling the bars.