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So, adding an egg (or an egg substitute!) to this wholesome breakfast food only makes a good thing even better. The end result is not only a boost in protein and healthy fat, but also a rich, creamy, custardy texture that takes oatmeal to a whole new level. Try it out and let us know what you think. What are your go-to breakfast choices?It’s the same deal with oatmeal.

When you mix in a whisked egg, your depressing bowl of goop will transform into fluffy goodness. This trick will also give you an extra protein boost. You’ll stay nice and full until lunch, ensuring that you’ll last through all those meetings without your stomach grumbling. Instructions Combine oats, milk, egg and fruit in a bowl and mix well.

Microwave for 1 minute. Stir well. Microwave another 60-90 seconds, depending on. 2 large Land O Lakes® Eggs, beaten.

3 tablespoons Land O Lakes® Butter, melted. 1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar. 1 teaspoon vanilla. 1/4 teaspoon salt. 2 cups uncooked old-fashioned oats.

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon. 1/2 cup sweetened dried cranberries or cherries. The additional protein from the egg will keep you fuller for longer and make you feel more awake. This, paired with oatmeal’s heart-healthy, cholesterol-lowering powers, make egg oatmeal (egoats, can we call them?) a herculean morning meal.

A standard bowl of oatmeal is full of nutrients (soluble fibre to lower cholesterol, insoluble fibre for good gut health and digestion, vitamins. 2 days ago · Loaded with fluffy scrambled eggs, a smoky mix of potatoes, onions, and peppers, crispy bits of bacon, a sprinkle of cheese, and some zippy salsa, these breakfast tacos are. Treat oatmeal like any other grain and use it to build a satisfying grain bowl. Eggs, braised greens, mushroom crisps, and feta are all great additions. Add some shakes of everything spice and a.

Mix oats, water, and a pinch of salt in a microwavable bowl and microwave on high for 3 minutes. Top with kale and avocado, sprinkling avocado with salt to taste. Top oatmeal with chili flakes, drizzled olive oil, and cocao nibs.

6 of 10. Adding a raw egg yolk to a bowl of hot grits or savory oatmeal makes the meal feel a little more breakfast-y, a little more finished, and a little more luxurious.

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Many of these recipes are thickened with flour or cornstarch; usually eggs contribute to the thickening also.

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Pour the egg mixture over the oat mixture and use a wooden spoon to gently stir the ingredients together until just blended.

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Stir oatmeal mixture into egg mixture.

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Heat stock to boiling point, add oatmeal, and boil one hour; rub through sieve, add milk, and thicken with butter and flour cooked together.

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Instead of bread or almonds you can thicken the broth with beaten fresh egg yolks, or with hard-boiled egg yolks ground in the mortar with four walnut halves and moistened as above.

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Egg yolks will likely gel or thicken unless they have salt or sugar added.

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Cream the butter and sugar, then add the yolks one by one, vanilla and almonds, mixing well.

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Whisk together the butter, milk, oatmeal, molasses, and eggs until thoroughly combined.

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I like to stir this oatmeal once toward the end since it tends to separate a little and stick to the bottom of the pan.

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Place the oatmeal in a bowl and add the liquid gradually, using just enough to form a dough that holds together well but is not sticky.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Hey guys! What do you usually have for breakfast? I love this 7:00!

    Btw, these food combinations can ruin your health �� https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRbhveLaQ9c&t=515s

  • It really do help with eczema��, I been trying to eat right get back in the gym and I work 7 days a week in a plant so the dirt breaks me out bad on my arms because of the sleeves I wear… once I changed my diet a little bit it started going away

  • This is my favorite savory oatmeal recipe
    1egg
    some water
    chicken broth
    seaweed
    salmon flake
    It’s kinda Japanese risotto(雑炊)
    I love it!! Let’s try it☺︎

  • I switch between oats and smoothies. Definitely feel better than when eating prepared junk. Just stay away from quaker oats. I started getting gas issues then found out they’ve been known to spray dangerous pesticides to dry up the oats right before harvest, and I haven’t had any issues since I started buying organic…

  • Bitch you fucking told me to add water then said to skip the water and add milk. Like fuck you bitch now imma have to make a whole ass new batch.

  • How can there be 191% of manganese when percentages are only measured up to 100 it seems like you can’t be bothered calculating it properly

  • here you get bananas, sugar, butter, brown sugar, and pour milk in after cooked, then stir it up, and you got yourself a breakfast

  • I eat oats everyday-that now I can run faster than the six million dollar man; my real name is Steve Austin-I was a man barely alive-until I started eating oats….everyday; even at a confession booth at church. But Jeez, I saw my priest chowing down on oats too, although he tried to hide it. Why, I’ll never know…..

  • I never liked oatmeal and now this is the only way I will make my oatmeal for the rest of my life, it is the most delicious oatmeal I ever had, I never knew oatmeal can be this good, that I don’t mind to have it for lunch or dinner.

  • I add coconut flakes, frozen blueberries, cinnamon powder, and agave. It’s sooo good. Thanks for this video it was very helpful because I could never make oatmeal and now I know.:)

  • Tried the recipe and it was a big hit with the family! I absolutely love it! Oatmeal, who knew? Lol. Thank you so much for your delicious recipe! Definitely like and subscribed! Looking forward to more of your recipes.

  • Thank you for this video with clear instructions!! Been trying to cook oatmeal recently and could not get the texture right but thanks to you it will be very easy for me now ������

  • I love this idea for extra protein!! All the recipes for protein oats I’ve seen suggest adding gross tasting protein powders. Can these be batch cooked for the week? How long do they last in the fridge? I don’t think I’d have time to make this every morning before the gym/class. Thanks!

  • I just made the recipe with half unsweetened almond and half unsweetened coconut milk.
    My 6 year old says; “Mmmm, this is good. Make this tomorrow. Make this EVERY Day. K, Dad?
    How would chia seeds work on top?

  • It’s the joy within the reaction that makes the video 10x better and worth watching, I died of laughter too too funny lol thank so much for this recipe

  • Oats (50 gms) + 10 finely chopped almonds (soaked over night) + water. Let it rest for 30 mins
    Add one scoop of whey protein isolate (25 gms protein) mix the whole thing together and eat.

  • I just made it for the first time for my dinner tonight! So yummy! I added some flax seeds, peanut butter, a few raisins and a light drizzle of honey on top! So good!

  • So glad I found this. I’ve been trying to make oatmeal and have been messing it up until I saw your video. Very clear and to the point. I’ll be recommending this video to anyone that has been struggling with making creamy oatmeal. Thank you so much!!����

  • i love oatmeal. i can it it sweet or savory. my favorite sweet one is brown sugar and peaches. my favorite savory is with cheese and sausage!

  • To me your peanut butter looked more delicious than the oatmeal itself….I wanna know do you buy them at the grocery store or is it homemade…if so please share the recipe������

  • I think I will try the old fashioned oat next. I buy the 1 minute and it’s hardy enough to keep me regular but yours oat recipe looks so yummy. I use almond milk, honey and dried cranberries in my oats but will like something new.

  • 1 cup oats
    3 cup milk
    Finely sliced banana ��
    4 roasted almonds
    1 teaspoon of honey ��
    Little bit Cow ghee
    And 2 oreo biscuits..

    Yummmyyy…..

    Try atleast ones,��������