Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but breakfast can also be the most exciting meal of the day. Discover the best oatmeal recipes to start of your morning healthy! Oatmeal is a fantastic breakfast option and there are countless tasty recipes that start your day off right.
1) Protein Oatmeal Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Banana, Peanut butter, Chocolate chips, Protein powder, Salt, Cinnamon
If you are looking to start off your day strong, it is recommended that you choose this oatmeal recipe! It will provide the healthy protein you need to kick-start your day. We’re talking to you, fitness gurus! This is a great way to add a bit of extra protein to your
2) Almond Butter Banana Oatmeal
What you need: Steel cut oats, Banana, Almond butter, Granola, Maple syrup, Cinnamon, Salt, Vanilla extract, Chia seeds, Walnuts
We love almond butter! This is a quality oat recipe that is pretty easy to make in the morning. Chia seeds are also a great touch to have in the bowl. This is a great choice for the morning. This also tastes really good with sunflower butter if you can find some in the store!
3) Peanut Butter Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Banana, Blueberries, Peanut butter, Cinnamon, Dark chocolate chips, Salt, Vanilla extract, Shredded coconut
If you’re a peanut butter lover, then you will quickly become obsessed with this oatmeal recipe! Shredded coconut is a great sweet taste that also adds texture to your oatmeal bowl. Adding peanuts is a great way to add a more savory ingredient to your oatmeal bowl! This is one of the classic oatmeal bowls that is always on the top of the trending oatmeal list.
4) Gingerbread Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Maple syrup, Gingerbread spice, Vanilla extract, Cashew butter, Cashews, Salt
This is a perfect holiday oatmeal recipe that will get you into the in the holiday spirit! If you’re a fan of gingerbread cookies, then you have to give this oatmeal recipe a try! This oatmeal also goes great with a peppermint coffee in the morning! If you’re looking to also have a cute display, add a few gingerbread men cookies in your bowl!
5) Raspberry Oatmeal Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Raspberries, Banana (optional), Cacao nibs, Maple Syrup, Chia seeds, Shaved coconut
If you’re a fan of raspberries, then you really can’t pass this oatmeal recipe up! This one of the easiest recipes to make in the morning if you’re in a rush and don’t have enough time.
6) Kiwi Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oatmeal, Kiwi, Almonds, Chia seeds, Banana, Salt, Honey
This is such a fun oatmeal recipe to make and it is another quick recipe! Kiwi is a favorite fruit all around and it also very tasty in oatmeal! The combination of kiwi and banana is so good! Hands down, one of our favorite recipes.
7) Fried Banana Oatmeal
What you need: Steel cut oats, Fried banana, Almond butter, Maple syrup, Cinnamon, Salt, Hazelnuts, Chia Seeds
If you’re feeling like treating yourself, then this is the oatmeal recipe for you! Fried banana is delicious, and if you add it to oatmeal, you will get one of the tastiest oatmeal bowls you have ever tasted! If you a little more time in the morning, give this oatmeal recipe a try!
8) Strawberry Oatmeal Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oatmeal, Strawberries, Banana, Peanuts, Honey, Maple Syrup, Peanut butter, Brown sugar, Chocolate chips, Cinnamon, Walnuts
It can not get any better than eating oatmeal with fresh strawberries! This has the perfect mix of sweet and savory! It’s recommended that you also cook your oatmeal in sweetened vanilla almond milk. Almond milk and strawberries combined taste so good! Some people also like adding vanilla greek yogurt to their strawberry topped oatmeal.
9) Tropical Oatmeal Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Sliced mango, Banana, Orange, Shredded coconut
This is great oatmeal recipe for summer time and for tropical vibes! Before you go surfing, this is breakfast for you!
10) Ultimate Berry Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries, Apple bits, Brown sugar, Raisins, Chia seed, Shredded coconuts
This is a sweet and healthy oatmeal recipe that you can add to your breakfast recipe books! Adding berries and other fruit is always a great choice if you are looking to have a fresh and light tasting oatmeal recipe.
11) Apple Oats
What you need: Steel cut oats, Apple slices, Banana, Salt, Cinnamon, Brown sugar, Maple syrup
This oatmeal recipe tastes so good during apple season in the fall. If you have some freshly picked apples, you need to try this oatmeal recipe.
12) Banana Chocolate Oats Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Dark chocolate bits, Banana, Granola, Salt, Nutella
This is a wonderful comfort oatmeal bowl that is so worth it. Start off your day with sweet dark chocolate and banana!
13) Apple Cinnamon Fall Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Sliced apples, Cinnamon, Vanilla extract, Almonds
If you are searching for the best fall breakfast recipe, then look no further. This is a fresh fall harvest sweet taste that you’ll crave in the morning. It is one of our favorite recipes!
14) Chia Oatmeal Bowl
What you need: Steel cut oats, Cacao nubs, Chia seeds, Maple syrup, Pomegranate, Blackberries
Chia seeds are so frickin’ tasty in any oatmeal bowl. In an oatmeal recipe, add chia seeds to add a unique texture that leaves your palate guessing!
15) Honey Oatmeal
What you need: Steel cut oats, honey or honey comb, banana, orange, Buckwheat groats, Salt
A way to spice up your oatmeal in the morning is adding honeycomb! This is a very sweet morning oatmeal recipe that simply is addicting! Adding buckwheat groats also as a unique texture and crunch to your breakfast meal!
All of these oatmeal recipes are top notch breakfast choices! Which oatmeal recipe is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!
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Julia grew up in a town just outside of Chicago. She currently lives in Memphis, Tennessee where she is a junior Creative Writing and Literature major at Rhodes College. Julia prefers to spend her days outside writing stories for others to find joy in. Other than story-telling, you will find Julia running on her college track and field team and traveling the world.