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Ingredients 1/4 cup dry quick-cooking steel cut oats 3/4 cup water salt and pepper 2 tablespoons shredded white cheddar cheese (add more if you like) 1 tsp coconut oil. Heat a nonstick pan or skillet over medium-high heat, add 1 teaspoon oil. Add vegetables and cook for 2 to 3 minutes, until they soften.

Spoon vegetables over cooked oats. Add remaining 1 teaspoon of oil and fry the egg. Savory Oatmeal with Fried Egg If you’ve only ever eaten oatmeal with raisins and cinnamon, this savory version will introduce you to a whole new world of possibilities. The oats and spinach provide fiber to stabilize your blood sugar, while the olive oil and sesame oil. 2 Stir in the oats, water, salt, and pepper; bring to a boil then turn heat down to low and simmer until the oats are tender, about 5 minutes.

3 Turn off heat and stir in the bacon and cheese. 4 Transfer to a bowl, and top with a fried egg. Once hot, crack in the eggs and cook until the whites are firm.

Place oatmeal in bowls and top with a fried egg. Drizzle some chili oil, toasted sesame seeds, and scallions on top. Serve with a side of watercress, spinach, or other leafy green. Imagine starting your day with a warm, cozy bowl of creamy curried oats that are topped with sauteed veggies: onions, carrots, kale, red pepper, and garlic – AND a fried egg. When you take that first bite with that glorious runny yolk and a little curried oats and some veggies you know it’s going to be a good day!

Savory oatmeal bowl with mushrooms, spinach and fried egg A savory oatmeal bowl with sautéed mushrooms and spinach, topped with a fried egg for an easy but rich and luxurious breakfast! Hello from the beach! Check out these favorite recipes!

Most Americans think to pair oatmeal with sweet ingredients, but there’s a whole world of savory oatmeals out there that is such a nice change in the breakfast department. Given how delicious tomatoes are this time of year, this Savory Tomato Oatmeal is a no-brainer breakfast that’s fast, healthy, and a great way to start the day!These savory garlic oats with a masala fried egg are healthy, delicious and a great way to switch up breakfast when you are bored of regular sweet oatmeal.

The. Heat water and oats in a medium saucepan over medium heat. Add a little sea salt to the oats.

Cook the oats, stirring occasionally, for 5-7 minutes or until the.

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  • English breakfast oats!

    Mushrooms (100g), fried eggs (2), bacon, black pudding, sausage and grilled tomatoes. I top with some brown sauce to finish it off.

    I skip the baked beans because I don’t think it adds too much when there’s already plenty of flavours and fillingness going on

  • I’ll try one of these…. Maybe the last one but with a different flavored sausage… Looks like it’s a nice meal even for lunch��������������

  • I love the idea of savory oats being advertised. I’ve done it for myself and haven’t really seen many people even suggest it. I’ve even gotten weird looks for putting an egg and some salsa on my oats. Thank you for these ideas! I’m not sure why it never occurred to me to throw some beans in!

  • I do this instead of eating bread in the morning
    My favorite way to eat this is with “schug” Israeli hit sauce. I make it at home its super healthy
    Coriander
    Hot Green peppers
    Garlic
    Cumin
    Paprika
    Salt
    Pepper
    Pinch of Tumeric.
    I drizzle this on the oats and add a Sunnyside up egg on top. Delicious

  • I like to have a bowl of hot Oat Meal with extras 5 out of 7 days a week. In a big bowl I mix 2 cups of each, Quick oats, Steel Cut Oats, 12-grain cereal, bran, ground flax, hearts of hemp, millet, & dried cranberries. I fill a 6-liter bucket, put that in the frig, bag the rest & put in the freezer. I have 1/2 cup on those 5 out of 7!! My cholesterol levels are right on. Even better than expected for being 63 years young!! My doctor is happy!! Having oatmeal in a persons diet is a step in the right direction!! Great Video!! Keep Up The Great Job!!

  • This video popped up in my recommended right when I sat down at my computer to make the savory oats that I just made that has egg, caramelised onion, spring onion and bacon! Hehhehe

  • “Are your pants feeling a little tight now?”

    me laughing weird: They are always tight.

  • I’ve ignoring my whole rolled oats for a months because I have no idea how to cook them and there are other food available (I usually buy instant oats that’s why ��) to the extent that I forgot that I have it. Hahaha. Now that I saw it, I started searching for ways how to cook it and this is amazing! I want to lessen my rice intake so this is perfect! Imma try the eggs and hams tomorrow!�� thanks a lot ��

  • OMG talk about eye opening idea. I’ve eaten oats as plain as they go and add sweet toppings but never had I thought of going the savory way. I’m so glad I watched this! Thank you!! 2020 here we come!

  • These recipes look delicious:)! Please consider soaking your oats overnight or fermenting them for 24 hours before cooking. This will help neutralize phytic acid and make the oats more nutritious, easier to digest and assimilate. Plus it makes the oats taste better:)

  • Me:hmm dis looks ez
    Me again: is it okie if I use oatmeal that has like no taste?
    Also me:kk i’m not gonna do this because I don’t think it will taste good because I don’t really like oatmeal TT

  • Try congee with rice that is the traditional Chinese way to do it. You cook the rice in lots of water until it becomes a porridge-like texture. It’s the best to have when you are feeling under the weather!

  • I love your recipes, and can’t wait to try them all! I make mine after a recipe I found online which just called for cheese, an egg, and scallions. We have a homemade Cajun seasoning that I add to the egg while it’s frying.

  • Great recipes! Thanks for the pickled pepper and miso suggestions. Definitely will try them.��
    I cannot swallow any sweet when I am hungry, so I always cook my oats in water in the microwave with salt, pepper and turmeric. Topped with spring onion, garlic, fried mushrooms, any type of egg with or without avo, cheese, smoked chicken breast.

  • Uhhhhhhhhh savoury oatmeal??? I think my brain just exploded.

    I’ve had oatmeal in my cupboard for EVER and every time I try to eat it in the morning it just makes me feel a little sick (as with anything sweet in the morning). This may have just changed my life.

    THANK YOU.

  • I make my coach’s oats and top with cooked spinach, avocado, sprinkle of cheddar cheese, hard boiled egg and sprinkle with Bragg’s aminos which is a lower sodium that low sodium soy sauce and is really delicious. My granddaughter who is a year and half loves this savory oatmeal!

  • I do steel cut oats but I soak them overnight in a cup of milk then cook them about 5 mins….A lot more fiber and they are a nutty taste..

  • Feb. 12 2020, here is a dish that will bring you to tears of ecstasy Left over chicken curry, unsweetened almond milk, pre-cooked steel cut oats Yes, I’m not kidding!.. Just combine the three, heat in microwave or stove top and enjoy. Here is what I discovered; Due to it’s Low glycemic index and neutral taste, Oatmeal makes a great and extremely healthy staple in place of rice pasta potatoes etc.

  • I love your recipes, and can’t wait to try them all! I make mine after a recipe I found online which just called for cheese, an egg, and scallions. We have a homemade Cajun seasoning that I add to the egg while it’s frying.

  • I searched for this and a bunch came up about savory oatmeal! 
    I love savory rice porridge and thought what if you do it with oatmeal! Great minds think a like ey! I will definetly try this! since im on a diet as well (´Д`)

  • this look so good i love it, however i am so hungry right now. and watching this video while on my 86 hr of my 96hr fast doesn’t help.

  • My savory oatmeal this morning was with kale, scallions, and garlic. Added some sliced fresh tomatoes ��, and topped with Maldon sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, and fresh thyme with a drizzle of evoo. I need to add an egg next time for sure!

  • think I’ll make mine thicker, add some chicken stock instead of water, add a bit of garlic and herb into the veggies, and add a fried egg instead… that being said, this is a fantastic springboard for a savory breakfast!

  • Thanks for the recipe! The mushroom and kale idea is awesome. I don’t really care for sweet breakfasts either and the hubby is wanting to eat healthier so this is something to help get him started. Since he HATES eggs with a passion I may use a hollandaise sauce to disguise them. He’ll never know it’s egg.:)

  • I start my diet plan by having a tasteless oatmeal just because of I don’t like it in any sweet ways,so just getting through YouTube in hope to find some “salty” recipe then found your chanel which is just perfect for me��

  • is this a hot breakfast? or just slightly warm? I’d like to batch make my oatmeal on a sunday and use it during the week before work

  • In Vietnam, we only eat sweet food as desserts and snacks so sweet breakfast sound weird and honestly, nasty for me, sorry for that. I always eat instant oatmeal, no seasonning but with a tiny bit of traditional Vietnamese salted fish or shrimp, or a tiny bit of dried fish, also traditionally made, and some fresh veggies grown in my backyard. If i feel even lazier than i already am lol, i’ll eat the oatmeal with a bit of fish sauce. It may be weird for y’all but i swear it is delicious

  • I cook oatmeal with vegetable stock and add a can of flavoured tuna to it (usually spicy tuna). It’s delicious and very high in protein

  • I’d want to know more savory oatsmeal recipe! Your video really helped me because I’m willing to bring it for lunch. And It’s easy to prepre for me☺️

  • Just made this for lunch. It was so good! I didn’t have kale or mushrooms so I used zucchini. It was definitely worth repeating:) Thanks for the recipe!

  • Hi Honeysuckle! I thanked God that I found ur channel, thanks for super duper simple yet delicious recipe. I’ve tried cook ur recipe this morning and yeah! Its super delicious hihihihi

  • You can also try oatmeal pancake..Very delicious..Just add mash banana 2 eggs and some butter..But 1st you need to grind your oats using blender or food processesor to make it fine like flour not so fine grain is ok..It taste really good no need to add sugar in it..You can also add baking powder to make it more pluffy.

  • As long the baby is growing… Its partoc the baby change also the sleeping time… Cuz babies has thier own timing also to sleep…

  • I randomly ran into this video and thought it was super weird to have chicken broth oats (!?!) I ran into the kitchen and replaced the mushrooms with fried ham and the kale with spinach. I am writing while I am eating!! This is amazing!

  • Looks good and easy to do:) but if I were you I would cook the oatmeal with the vegetables so it will absorb the flavor of soya sauce as well as adding black pepper and maybe other spices also I won’t add egg as oatmeal is well known to reduce the cholesterol levels and using eggs would messed that up:) thank you so much I like it ��‍��

  • That looks so good. I made something similar the other day but my husband didn’t like the texture, I loved it tho, soooo satisfying:)) also I feel like such me goat cheese would be amazing on top ��

  • I had started swapping my rice for a bowl of oatmeal, serving it with what ever was cooked for dinner. Hubby thought I was nuts l! Lol I figured I was getting some good fibre while reducing my rice intake. Thank you for the delicious recipe. Will try it soon!

  • Mhhmhh these oatmeal are my best thanks to u. I watched ur videos and I fell in love with all ur recipes. U inspired me to start eating oatmeals that I didn’t like at all. Now I eat eat everyday ❤️��

  • I used to do a very similar recipe but with rice. Only thing was it took forevvvveerrrr. Never thought of making this kind of congee recipe with porridge. This saves so much time and tastes just as good!!! THANKS

  • In Vietnam, congee is associated with savoury. We cook congee in bone to bring out the flavour, serve it with pepper, chilli flake, mussels, minced pork, even eels.

    Oat gives the texture resembling to congee, and always remind me of the savoury experience. So as a Vietnamese student being abroad i occasionally cook savoury oat/congee to “make myself at home”

  • I’ve tried this savoury oatmeal and it’s so delicious! I just added the egg and that was enough for me. Thanks for this video. Now I want to have savoury oatmeal everyday! ��

  • Hey there. Difusing calming oils like lavender, cedarwood & vetiver (liquid baby sleep) should help your precious little baby. I’m a DoTerra wellness advocate and I swear by these fantastic oils. Also Juniper berry helps with nightmares if you feel that what she’s experiencing.
    My sweet babies are all grown up now hang in there because they grow out of it all eventually. Let me know if I can help in any way.

  • Hey there. Difusing calming oils like lavender, cedarwood & vetiver (liquid baby sleep) should help your precious little baby. I’m a DoTerra wellness advocate and I swear by these fantastic oils. Also Juniper berry helps with nightmares if you feel that what she’s experiencing.
    My sweet babies are all grown up now hang in there because they grow out of it all eventually. Let me know if I can help in any way.

  • I was pleasantly surprised at how delicious this was. Not a big kale eater but…man oh man. This might be my new favorite breakfast. ����

  • I’ve never tried savory oatmeal but I do love savory grits. I make my grits with an egg, cheese, sriracha and spinach or kale or edamame. This seems extra similar so I’ll have to surely give it a try.

  • It sounds like she’s growing… kiddos usually have trouble sleeping when they have growing pains. My daughter’s pediatrician recommended Infant’s Motrin or Tylenol when that happened, and it worked like a charm. I hope this helps, but check with your pediatrician first.

  • Armenians eat a savory oatmeal type of thing too called Harissa! It’s like a cross between oatmeal and congee. It’s made from cracked wheat and chicken (my fam used to make it with leftover turkey after Thanksgiving/Christmas)! (if you look it up you have to search armenian harissa or else you’ll get a different harissa spice:) )

  • It differs from baby to baby, but what we do is try to stick to what we have been doing so baby forms some sleep/nap association. eg milk before nap time, always napping in the crib in the same place.. but we also take heed from some of his cues, like dropping naps from every 2 hours when he was much smaller, to 2 naps a day, to now transitioning to 1 nap a day at 16.5 months.

    There was a point in time when we were so frustrated trying to get him to just lie down instead of “exploring” his crib.. eventually we decided you know what if you’re not napping, mummy/daddy’s gonna nap! So we laid down on the floor next to the crib closed our eyes and “ignored” his invites to play or “chat”.. and he laid down by himself and was asleep within 10mins.

    There were days when he got away with not taking his pm nap tho… we ended up with a cranky monster by evening ��

  • Never had it this way. But growing up mom would make sweeten oatmeal and I always ate it with a boiled egg inside of it. I thought I was the only one who ate oatmeal and eggs. Well sweet oatmeal lol
    I so wanna try this. Just Love your energy and I hope all goes well with the baby.

  • Hi!!! I’m an aunty but I live with my niece, but even that I may not have the best advices…
    What worked for my niece was playing a lot with her while she was awake (stiking to the schedule you want to have) and when she got tired just try to get everything condition for her sleep maybe complete silence, some relaxing background music, lights… But even that it’s just pacience
    I’m sure you are going to get her back on track!

  • I think I’m going to actually try this. I had no idea you could make salty oatmeal, or that you could make it with broth! It’s a simple idea, but it had never come to me.

  • Congee and porridge are two different thing. Congee is made with rice. AND not all “Asian culture” eats congee or porridge, that is such a general and broad term.

  • Try congee with rice that is the traditional Chinese way to do it. You cook the rice in lots of water until it becomes a porridge-like texture. It’s the best to have when you are feeling under the weather!

  • Hey! I really hope this video rings your bell. I know the first time I heard about savoury porridge I was a bit hesitant, but why? It makes so much sense! I hope you give it a go and keep me updated!

  • For a couple of months I’ve been doing very thick oatmeal with an egg; but, I use butter and brown it while I’m cooking the egg. Of course, the yolk is runny. The browned butter really plays well with the oats.

  • In the UK people put lots of Jam (Jelly in the US) and sugar.

    I prefer mines with salt, bacon and egg! Sometimes spice it up with some scallions! I get strange looks from family members, but I politely remind them to mind their own business

  • Awww… seeing Grandma’s canister made me tear up a bit! I remember it from as early as 1963 so it has had quite a life.

    My work kitchen has about 3 square feet of countertop and no range, so I do porridge for 12 toddlers with a no-cook method. I put the quick oats in a casserole dish (plus salt and sometimes sugar), then boil a kettle. Set the casserole dish on a couple of tea towels, pour in the boiling water, stir, then cover and put more tea towels on top for a bit of insulation. Let it sit 15 minutes to half an hour, adjust with more water if it is too thick and poof! it’s done. Quick oats should definitely be on my convenient foods!

  • I’ve been eating savory oatmeal all my life I think I only ate normal oatmeal once or twice in my life I usually just have oatmeal with salt and lemon and pepper and just different spices

  • After using your recipes, I learned to LOVE oatmeal. I never got into sweet oatmeal, and I desperately wanted to for its healthy weight loss properties. Thank you!!!

  • I discovered savory oatmeal when I turned 40. And I never had chronicle constipation again. And I figured out why they say “when you are young. you are dumb”.

  • I tried savory oatmeal last December, and oh boii. I cant �� maybe something was not right with my recipe. Im afraid to try again, cos I dont want to waste my oats again. Hahahaha. Or, maybe Im just the sweet and fruity oatmeal kind of person �� but that sausage egg and cheese looks good!!! ������

  • Savoury oatmeal is very popular in india,in fact Quaker has it’s own version called masala oats.i usually like savory oats and I make them with veggies like carrots,bell peppers,French beans, peas etc.or plain ones with just fried onions and some cilantro and nuts.

  • Thanks Alyssa. I can’t stand sweet oatmeal. I toast oatmeal in a skillet with a little butter then, add only enough water or broth to keep it from being totally dry. It tastes a lot like hash browns but it is much better for you.

  • Thank you for the great ideas. I need some new ideas for oatmeal. I took the whole month of January to implement a new lifestyle of eating. This will help me stay point and not go back to bad habits in Feb or March.

  • One of my favorite ways to prep savory oats is to boil it with some fenugreek seeds and lentils, salt to taste, and then adding some golden fried onions in ghee. So good.

  • Wow I think I can finally eat oats because of this. I’m not a fan of sweet oats and I’m so excited about these options. THANK YOU!

    I’m vegan tho so I’ll make some vegan versions! Love it!

  • My favorite is an asian inspired bowl cook your oatmeal with veggie stock, grated/minced garlic and ginger and a dash of soy sauce. As it’s finishing up throw in some frozen corn and edamame pods, add in some more soy sauce (to taste), and a dash of sesame oil. I like to top with green onions and a poached egg!!

  • A YouTuber who is expensive with her hands paired with a ceramic pineapple on the edge of the counter next to her gives viewers heart palpitations! ����

  • Im so glad people are learning about savory oats lol, i eat them all the time. Im glad there are more recipes/combinations for me to try thank you!:)

  • I love sweet for breakfast. I’ve never considered savory oats. Not sure how I feel about this concept. But I guess I can’t knock it till I try it ��

  • I’m sure the egg, sausage & cheese one is good because it’s pretty normal. The Southwest one is the one I am interested in trying!

  • I have never been a fan of oatmeal, the texture just doesn’t make it for me(plus, I don’t have a sweet tooth AT ALL!) but now that I’m trying to save money, I’m gonna give these recipes a try.(the vegetarian ones) WISH ME LUCK!

  • I might try them at least once, but let me tell you… i HATE the texture of oats. Because of this, i do the overnight oats and then blend everything and just drink a smoothie… the first time i tried it, the texture had me gagging, and i really wanted to love it so i can eat it on a regular basis:(

  • I’ve had sweet oats with an over medium egg and you aint lying that egg makes it’s delish. And the sweet and savory is a winner. I can’t wait until tomorrow to make the bacon egg and chesse oats

  • Never would have thought of Savory Oat Meal Now I will look at it in a whole new way More recipes Please!!! P.S. I enjoy your Shows!!

  • I don’t even know which one to make first! How in the world do you do 8 recipes in 1 video???!!! When I try 2 I’m overwhelmed. You are superwoman!!

  • Absolutely beautiful recipes but are simple and affordable and easy for most people. Keep bringing us more ideas like this. Healthy and Filled with so many wonderful different flavors that combined beautifully. Thank you.

  • Love these ideas, I want to try them all! I’m not always a fan of sweet foods for breakfast, but I could see having these for lunch or supper too. Who’d a thought of making oatmeal with a savory twist? You, I guess:)

  • IDK maybe I am just too old school. I like my oats with fruit, by themselves, and in cookies:) I am sorry but oats with onion and garlic just isn’t my jam-lol. Maybe someday. Thanks for the ideas though:)

  • I had subscribed because of the beautiful vegan recipes. Now all I see is eggs, sausage, bacon and cheese… these are not healthy, bad for the environment and not ethical. So, I’m unsubscribing. When the channel becomes vegan, I’ll subscribe again.

  • My recipe: I ADD CHICKEN STOCK CUBES & CANNED MUSHROOMS… WATER & OATS QUANTITY DEPEND ON UR LICKING… ITS ONE OF THE MOST DELICIOUS MEALS FOR ME.. I EAT IT ALMOST EVERYDAY

  • This video was posted Jan 1st 2019, but the title is talking about 2020. Did you change the title or are you just thinking waaaay ahead?

  • You can also try oatmeal pancake..Very delicious..Just add mash banana 2 eggs and some butter..But 1st you need to grind your oats using blender or food processesor to make it fine like flour not so fine grain is ok..It taste really good no need to add sugar in it..You can also add baking powder to make it more pluffy.

  • Mmmy yummy & very healthy OATMEAL RECIPES… Actually, my breakfast today is OATMEAL PORRIDGE with milk, sliced banana �� & �� avocado. Thanks for sharing��
    Watching from Philippines!

  • I treat oatmeal like rice porridge or congee, which means i can do lots of savory and sweet things with it the way Asians do. I especially like arroz caldo.

  • Thank you for adding the recipes and instructions in the description box!!!! I’ve subscribed because of that. Also, because you go straight to the point without dragging it on.

  • Wow those are awesome ideas. I didn’t like eating oatmeal but since I started watching ur videos it’s my everyday breakfast ������

  • Hi. My oldest daughter did not slept through the night until she was 2 years old, nothing helped, now that that she is older (9 years old), she is quite active and smart does not like to sleep she finds it boring. My youngest daughter slept through the night when she was one week old, and she is a sleepy monster haha. What I meant with this, is that it depends a lot on your child’s personality, it helps cutting the naps shorter and keeping her more active, maybe she has to much energy, maybe you can try feeding her with, we call it in Ecuador machica, is something that makes it thicher so they are more full and less likely to wake up. Try everything until you find something that works for your child. Each one is so different it takes time to find out what works best. Great video!

  • I’m not a fan of the mushroom dish because I hate mushrooms, but I have to admit, these are some really interesting dishes. I’m really intrigued by the carrot cake dish and chocolate dish. Totally going to try these! Love the tip on the frozen cherries too!

  • Hi! I just bumped into this video and love it. However, you don’t give how much for each ingredient…..where can I find the measurements?

  • I absolutely loved these creative recipes and l definitely try them out!�� but I have to say it was really distracting that you look so much like a character called Kara from a video game called Detroit: Become Human ����

  • Absolutely beautiful recipes but are simple and affordable and easy for most people. Keep bringing us more ideas like this. Healthy and Filled with so many wonderful different flavors that combined beautifully. Thank you.

  • Wow, some of those savoury oatmeal dishes seem like typical rice porridge, just that rice is replaced by oats. Since I find oats to be simpler and quicker to cook than rice, I’ll definitely try these recipes! Thanks for the inspiration.

  • Hi. My oldest daughter did not slept through the night until she was 2 years old, nothing helped, now that that she is older (9 years old), she is quite active and smart does not like to sleep she finds it boring. My youngest daughter slept through the night when she was one week old, and she is a sleepy monster haha. What I meant with this, is that it depends a lot on your child’s personality, it helps cutting the naps shorter and keeping her more active, maybe she has to much energy, maybe you can try feeding her with, we call it in Ecuador machica, is something that makes it thicher so they are more full and less likely to wake up. Try everything until you find something that works for your child. Each one is so different it takes time to find out what works best. Great video!

  • I like quickcook instant oatmeal… gives a smoother texture. My basic savory meal is just 3 items:
    instant oatmeal
    white pepper (lots of it)
    Maggi seasoning soy sauce (square bottle)

    I can top with sliced sausage/meatloaf/fried dpam or add seafood like scallops and mussels and squid and a then some cilantro. Just so many good choices.

  • Great savory ideas…would add cilantro for garnishing..,we make these in Indian cuisine..add grated coconut…unsweetened..plenty of dry roasted peanuts….adding textures and flavors. Enjoy. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

  • I have tried every single one of these, and they’re all delicious!! The mushroom & corn/scallion savory oatmeals work w/o the goat cheese and the fried egg, respectively, but the mushroom oatmeal in particular is significantly improved with that topping

  • English breakfast oats!

    Mushrooms (100g), fried eggs (2), bacon, black pudding, sausage and grilled tomatoes. I top with some brown sauce to finish it off.

    I skip the baked beans because I don’t think it adds too much when there’s already plenty of flavours and fillingness going on

  • I’ll try one of these…. Maybe the last one but with a different flavored sausage… Looks like it’s a nice meal even for lunch��������������

  • I love the idea of savory oats being advertised. I’ve done it for myself and haven’t really seen many people even suggest it. I’ve even gotten weird looks for putting an egg and some salsa on my oats. Thank you for these ideas! I’m not sure why it never occurred to me to throw some beans in!

  • I do this instead of eating bread in the morning
    My favorite way to eat this is with “schug” Israeli hit sauce. I make it at home its super healthy
    Coriander
    Hot Green peppers
    Garlic
    Cumin
    Paprika
    Salt
    Pepper
    Pinch of Tumeric.
    I drizzle this on the oats and add a Sunnyside up egg on top. Delicious

  • This video was posted Jan 1st 2019, but the title is talking about 2020. Did you change the title or are you just thinking waaaay ahead?

  • This video popped up in my recommended right when I sat down at my computer to make the savory oats that I just made that has egg, caramelised onion, spring onion and bacon! Hehhehe

  • “Are your pants feeling a little tight now?”

    me laughing weird: They are always tight.

  • I’ve ignoring my whole rolled oats for a months because I have no idea how to cook them and there are other food available (I usually buy instant oats that’s why ��) to the extent that I forgot that I have it. Hahaha. Now that I saw it, I started searching for ways how to cook it and this is amazing! I want to lessen my rice intake so this is perfect! Imma try the eggs and hams tomorrow!�� thanks a lot ��

  • OMG talk about eye opening idea. I’ve eaten oats as plain as they go and add sweet toppings but never had I thought of going the savory way. I’m so glad I watched this! Thank you!! 2020 here we come!

  • These recipes look delicious:)! Please consider soaking your oats overnight or fermenting them for 24 hours before cooking. This will help neutralize phytic acid and make the oats more nutritious, easier to digest and assimilate. Plus it makes the oats taste better:)

  • Me:hmm dis looks ez
    Me again: is it okie if I use oatmeal that has like no taste?
    Also me:kk i’m not gonna do this because I don’t think it will taste good because I don’t really like oatmeal TT

  • Dayum what a strange feeling I’m looking at this at I’m definitely confused but hungry. �� I guess you’re a genius and it’s delicious?
    My wife gonna think I lost my mind tmrw morning putting avocado and miso in my oats but hey!

  • Hello from japan
    In my country oatmeal isn’t a common ingredient(at least from my experience) so I wasn’t sure how to cook it. I also prefer savory foods to sweet ones, so this tutorial helped me a lot! Luckily All the other ingredients are replaceable with common Japanese ingredients like mushroom and kale, so I’ll be making this as soon as I get the package of oat meal. English is very easy to hear too.

  • Great recipes! Thanks for the pickled pepper and miso suggestions. Definitely will try them.��
    I cannot swallow any sweet when I am hungry, so I always cook my oats in water in the microwave with salt, pepper and turmeric. Topped with spring onion, garlic, fried mushrooms, any type of egg with or without avo, cheese, smoked chicken breast.

  • I cook oatmeal with vegetable stock and add a can of flavoured tuna to it (usually spicy tuna). It’s delicious and very high in protein

  • I make my coach’s oats and top with cooked spinach, avocado, sprinkle of cheddar cheese, hard boiled egg and sprinkle with Bragg’s aminos which is a lower sodium that low sodium soy sauce and is really delicious. My granddaughter who is a year and half loves this savory oatmeal!

  • I do steel cut oats but I soak them overnight in a cup of milk then cook them about 5 mins….A lot more fiber and they are a nutty taste..

  • Feb. 12 2020, here is a dish that will bring you to tears of ecstasy Left over chicken curry, unsweetened almond milk, pre-cooked steel cut oats Yes, I’m not kidding!.. Just combine the three, heat in microwave or stove top and enjoy. Here is what I discovered; Due to it’s Low glycemic index and neutral taste, Oatmeal makes a great and extremely healthy staple in place of rice pasta potatoes etc.

  • Hello from japan
    In my country oatmeal isn’t a common ingredient(at least from my experience) so I wasn’t sure how to cook it. I also prefer savory foods to sweet ones, so this tutorial helped me a lot! Luckily All the other ingredients are replaceable with common Japanese ingredients like mushroom and kale, so I’ll be making this as soon as I get the package of oat meal. English is very easy to hear too.

  • I searched for this and a bunch came up about savory oatmeal! 
    I love savory rice porridge and thought what if you do it with oatmeal! Great minds think a like ey! I will definetly try this! since im on a diet as well (´Д`)

  • this look so good i love it, however i am so hungry right now. and watching this video while on my 86 hr of my 96hr fast doesn’t help.

  • My savory oatmeal this morning was with kale, scallions, and garlic. Added some sliced fresh tomatoes ��, and topped with Maldon sea salt, fresh cracked pepper, and fresh thyme with a drizzle of evoo. I need to add an egg next time for sure!

  • think I’ll make mine thicker, add some chicken stock instead of water, add a bit of garlic and herb into the veggies, and add a fried egg instead… that being said, this is a fantastic springboard for a savory breakfast!

  • Thanks for the recipe! The mushroom and kale idea is awesome. I don’t really care for sweet breakfasts either and the hubby is wanting to eat healthier so this is something to help get him started. Since he HATES eggs with a passion I may use a hollandaise sauce to disguise them. He’ll never know it’s egg.:)

  • I start my diet plan by having a tasteless oatmeal just because of I don’t like it in any sweet ways,so just getting through YouTube in hope to find some “salty” recipe then found your chanel which is just perfect for me��

  • is this a hot breakfast? or just slightly warm? I’d like to batch make my oatmeal on a sunday and use it during the week before work

  • In Vietnam, we only eat sweet food as desserts and snacks so sweet breakfast sound weird and honestly, nasty for me, sorry for that. I always eat instant oatmeal, no seasonning but with a tiny bit of traditional Vietnamese salted fish or shrimp, or a tiny bit of dried fish, also traditionally made, and some fresh veggies grown in my backyard. If i feel even lazier than i already am lol, i’ll eat the oatmeal with a bit of fish sauce. It may be weird for y’all but i swear it is delicious

  • Uhhhhhhhhh savoury oatmeal??? I think my brain just exploded.

    I’ve had oatmeal in my cupboard for EVER and every time I try to eat it in the morning it just makes me feel a little sick (as with anything sweet in the morning). This may have just changed my life.

    THANK YOU.

  • I’d want to know more savory oatsmeal recipe! Your video really helped me because I’m willing to bring it for lunch. And It’s easy to prepre for me☺️

  • Just made this for lunch. It was so good! I didn’t have kale or mushrooms so I used zucchini. It was definitely worth repeating:) Thanks for the recipe!

  • Hi Honeysuckle! I thanked God that I found ur channel, thanks for super duper simple yet delicious recipe. I’ve tried cook ur recipe this morning and yeah! Its super delicious hihihihi

  • My recipe: I ADD CHICKEN STOCK CUBES & CANNED MUSHROOMS… WATER & OATS QUANTITY DEPEND ON UR LICKING… ITS ONE OF THE MOST DELICIOUS MEALS FOR ME.. I EAT IT ALMOST EVERYDAY

  • Seems amazing and tasty but goes again any of my understanding and knowledge ��. I will surely try the recipes however I try not to eat carbs with protein ����❤️

  • I randomly ran into this video and thought it was super weird to have chicken broth oats (!?!) I ran into the kitchen and replaced the mushrooms with fried ham and the kale with spinach. I am writing while I am eating!! This is amazing!

  • Looks good and easy to do:) but if I were you I would cook the oatmeal with the vegetables so it will absorb the flavor of soya sauce as well as adding black pepper and maybe other spices also I won’t add egg as oatmeal is well known to reduce the cholesterol levels and using eggs would messed that up:) thank you so much I like it ��‍��

  • That looks so good. I made something similar the other day but my husband didn’t like the texture, I loved it tho, soooo satisfying:)) also I feel like such me goat cheese would be amazing on top ��

  • I had started swapping my rice for a bowl of oatmeal, serving it with what ever was cooked for dinner. Hubby thought I was nuts l! Lol I figured I was getting some good fibre while reducing my rice intake. Thank you for the delicious recipe. Will try it soon!

  • The savory one sound delicious! I sometimes make a very simple savory oatmeal dish with olive oil, salt, pepper and parmesan cheese. 
    I also make veggie oatmeal burgers using dry oats! I make a thick mash of any veggie or mix of veggies either cook and mash them with a fork or put raw veggies in a food processor and mash them that way (I usually use eggplant and I cook it in the microwave). You should have about 1&1/2 cups of veggie mash to that you add 1&1/2 cups of dry rolled oats and to that you add spices to taste. I typically add a little bit of garlic and onion powder and about a teaspoon of soy sauce. Wait 10 mins to allow the oats to absorb some of the moisture from the veggies make sure your mix is not too dry or too wet otherwise the burgers won’t hold together (add a little water if too dry and more oats if too wet). Form the burgers this recipe should make about 4 or 5 burgers depending on the size you make them. You can bake them, but I like to flip them in a skillet because the outer surface gets a little crusty. Let them cool a bit before eating. I like to put them in a bun and add a little A1 steak sauce on top. You can also freeze the burgers.

  • I used to do a very similar recipe but with rice. Only thing was it took forevvvveerrrr. Never thought of making this kind of congee recipe with porridge. This saves so much time and tastes just as good!!! THANKS

  • In Vietnam, congee is associated with savoury. We cook congee in bone to bring out the flavour, serve it with pepper, chilli flake, mussels, minced pork, even eels.

    Oat gives the texture resembling to congee, and always remind me of the savoury experience. So as a Vietnamese student being abroad i occasionally cook savoury oat/congee to “make myself at home”

  • I’ve tried this savoury oatmeal and it’s so delicious! I just added the egg and that was enough for me. Thanks for this video. Now I want to have savoury oatmeal everyday! ��

  • Hey there. Difusing calming oils like lavender, cedarwood & vetiver (liquid baby sleep) should help your precious little baby. I’m a DoTerra wellness advocate and I swear by these fantastic oils. Also Juniper berry helps with nightmares if you feel that what she’s experiencing.
    My sweet babies are all grown up now hang in there because they grow out of it all eventually. Let me know if I can help in any way.

  • Never had it this way. But growing up mom would make sweeten oatmeal and I always ate it with a boiled egg inside of it. I thought I was the only one who ate oatmeal and eggs. Well sweet oatmeal lol
    I so wanna try this. Just Love your energy and I hope all goes well with the baby.

  • I was pleasantly surprised at how delicious this was. Not a big kale eater but…man oh man. This might be my new favorite breakfast. ����

  • I’ve never tried savory oatmeal but I do love savory grits. I make my grits with an egg, cheese, sriracha and spinach or kale or edamame. This seems extra similar so I’ll have to surely give it a try.

  • It sounds like she’s growing… kiddos usually have trouble sleeping when they have growing pains. My daughter’s pediatrician recommended Infant’s Motrin or Tylenol when that happened, and it worked like a charm. I hope this helps, but check with your pediatrician first.

  • Armenians eat a savory oatmeal type of thing too called Harissa! It’s like a cross between oatmeal and congee. It’s made from cracked wheat and chicken (my fam used to make it with leftover turkey after Thanksgiving/Christmas)! (if you look it up you have to search armenian harissa or else you’ll get a different harissa spice:) )

  • Mmmy yummy & very healthy OATMEAL RECIPES… Actually, my breakfast today is OATMEAL PORRIDGE with milk, sliced banana �� & �� avocado. Thanks for sharing��
    Watching from Philippines!

  • Hey there. Difusing calming oils like lavender, cedarwood & vetiver (liquid baby sleep) should help your precious little baby. I’m a DoTerra wellness advocate and I swear by these fantastic oils. Also Juniper berry helps with nightmares if you feel that what she’s experiencing.
    My sweet babies are all grown up now hang in there because they grow out of it all eventually. Let me know if I can help in any way.

  • Hi!!! I’m an aunty but I live with my niece, but even that I may not have the best advices…
    What worked for my niece was playing a lot with her while she was awake (stiking to the schedule you want to have) and when she got tired just try to get everything condition for her sleep maybe complete silence, some relaxing background music, lights… But even that it’s just pacience
    I’m sure you are going to get her back on track!

  • I think I’m going to actually try this. I had no idea you could make salty oatmeal, or that you could make it with broth! It’s a simple idea, but it had never come to me.

  • Hey! I really hope this video rings your bell. I know the first time I heard about savoury porridge I was a bit hesitant, but why? It makes so much sense! I hope you give it a go and keep me updated!

  • For a couple of months I’ve been doing very thick oatmeal with an egg; but, I use butter and brown it while I’m cooking the egg. Of course, the yolk is runny. The browned butter really plays well with the oats.

  • In the UK people put lots of Jam (Jelly in the US) and sugar.

    I prefer mines with salt, bacon and egg! Sometimes spice it up with some scallions! I get strange looks from family members, but I politely remind them to mind their own business

  • Awww… seeing Grandma’s canister made me tear up a bit! I remember it from as early as 1963 so it has had quite a life.

    My work kitchen has about 3 square feet of countertop and no range, so I do porridge for 12 toddlers with a no-cook method. I put the quick oats in a casserole dish (plus salt and sometimes sugar), then boil a kettle. Set the casserole dish on a couple of tea towels, pour in the boiling water, stir, then cover and put more tea towels on top for a bit of insulation. Let it sit 15 minutes to half an hour, adjust with more water if it is too thick and poof! it’s done. Quick oats should definitely be on my convenient foods!

  • Congee and porridge are two different thing. Congee is made with rice. AND not all “Asian culture” eats congee or porridge, that is such a general and broad term.

  • Dayum what a strange feeling I’m looking at this at I’m definitely confused but hungry. �� I guess you’re a genius and it’s delicious?
    My wife gonna think I lost my mind tmrw morning putting avocado and miso in my oats but hey!

  • I’ve been eating savory oatmeal all my life I think I only ate normal oatmeal once or twice in my life I usually just have oatmeal with salt and lemon and pepper and just different spices

  • After using your recipes, I learned to LOVE oatmeal. I never got into sweet oatmeal, and I desperately wanted to for its healthy weight loss properties. Thank you!!!

  • I discovered savory oatmeal when I turned 40. And I never had chronicle constipation again. And I figured out why they say “when you are young. you are dumb”.

  • Savoury oatmeal is very popular in india,in fact Quaker has it’s own version called masala oats.i usually like savory oats and I make them with veggies like carrots,bell peppers,French beans, peas etc.or plain ones with just fried onions and some cilantro and nuts.

  • I tried savory oatmeal last December, and oh boii. I cant �� maybe something was not right with my recipe. Im afraid to try again, cos I dont want to waste my oats again. Hahahaha. Or, maybe Im just the sweet and fruity oatmeal kind of person �� but that sausage egg and cheese looks good!!! ������

  • Thanks Alyssa. I can’t stand sweet oatmeal. I toast oatmeal in a skillet with a little butter then, add only enough water or broth to keep it from being totally dry. It tastes a lot like hash browns but it is much better for you.

  • Thank you for the great ideas. I need some new ideas for oatmeal. I took the whole month of January to implement a new lifestyle of eating. This will help me stay point and not go back to bad habits in Feb or March.

  • One of my favorite ways to prep savory oats is to boil it with some fenugreek seeds and lentils, salt to taste, and then adding some golden fried onions in ghee. So good.

  • Wow I think I can finally eat oats because of this. I’m not a fan of sweet oats and I’m so excited about these options. THANK YOU!

    I’m vegan tho so I’ll make some vegan versions! Love it!

  • My favorite is an asian inspired bowl cook your oatmeal with veggie stock, grated/minced garlic and ginger and a dash of soy sauce. As it’s finishing up throw in some frozen corn and edamame pods, add in some more soy sauce (to taste), and a dash of sesame oil. I like to top with green onions and a poached egg!!

  • A YouTuber who is expensive with her hands paired with a ceramic pineapple on the edge of the counter next to her gives viewers heart palpitations! ����

  • Im so glad people are learning about savory oats lol, i eat them all the time. Im glad there are more recipes/combinations for me to try thank you!:)

  • I love sweet for breakfast. I’ve never considered savory oats. Not sure how I feel about this concept. But I guess I can’t knock it till I try it ��

  • I’m sure the egg, sausage & cheese one is good because it’s pretty normal. The Southwest one is the one I am interested in trying!

  • I have never been a fan of oatmeal, the texture just doesn’t make it for me(plus, I don’t have a sweet tooth AT ALL!) but now that I’m trying to save money, I’m gonna give these recipes a try.(the vegetarian ones) WISH ME LUCK!

  • I might try them at least once, but let me tell you… i HATE the texture of oats. Because of this, i do the overnight oats and then blend everything and just drink a smoothie… the first time i tried it, the texture had me gagging, and i really wanted to love it so i can eat it on a regular basis:(

  • I’ve had sweet oats with an over medium egg and you aint lying that egg makes it’s delish. And the sweet and savory is a winner. I can’t wait until tomorrow to make the bacon egg and chesse oats

  • Never would have thought of Savory Oat Meal Now I will look at it in a whole new way More recipes Please!!! P.S. I enjoy your Shows!!

  • I don’t even know which one to make first! How in the world do you do 8 recipes in 1 video???!!! When I try 2 I’m overwhelmed. You are superwoman!!

  • As long the baby is growing… Its partoc the baby change also the sleeping time… Cuz babies has thier own timing also to sleep…

  • Love these ideas, I want to try them all! I’m not always a fan of sweet foods for breakfast, but I could see having these for lunch or supper too. Who’d a thought of making oatmeal with a savory twist? You, I guess:)

  • IDK maybe I am just too old school. I like my oats with fruit, by themselves, and in cookies:) I am sorry but oats with onion and garlic just isn’t my jam-lol. Maybe someday. Thanks for the ideas though:)

  • I had subscribed because of the beautiful vegan recipes. Now all I see is eggs, sausage, bacon and cheese… these are not healthy, bad for the environment and not ethical. So, I’m unsubscribing. When the channel becomes vegan, I’ll subscribe again.

  • Hi, sweet adorable Alyssia. Your savory oatmeals are perfection, just like you, my dear friend. What’s your best tip for frying chicken to a crispy way? Take care of yourself, cutie pie. <3

  • I like to have a bowl of hot Oat Meal with extras 5 out of 7 days a week. In a big bowl I mix 2 cups of each, Quick oats, Steel Cut Oats, 12-grain cereal, bran, ground flax, hearts of hemp, millet, & dried cranberries. I fill a 6-liter bucket, put that in the frig, bag the rest & put in the freezer. I have 1/2 cup on those 5 out of 7!! My cholesterol levels are right on. Even better than expected for being 63 years young!! My doctor is happy!! Having oatmeal in a persons diet is a step in the right direction!! Great Video!! Keep Up The Great Job!!

  • Hi, sweet adorable Alyssia. Your savory oatmeals are perfection, just like you, my dear friend. What’s your best tip for frying chicken to a crispy way? Take care of yourself, cutie pie. <3

  • It differs from baby to baby, but what we do is try to stick to what we have been doing so baby forms some sleep/nap association. eg milk before nap time, always napping in the crib in the same place.. but we also take heed from some of his cues, like dropping naps from every 2 hours when he was much smaller, to 2 naps a day, to now transitioning to 1 nap a day at 16.5 months.

    There was a point in time when we were so frustrated trying to get him to just lie down instead of “exploring” his crib.. eventually we decided you know what if you’re not napping, mummy/daddy’s gonna nap! So we laid down on the floor next to the crib closed our eyes and “ignored” his invites to play or “chat”.. and he laid down by himself and was asleep within 10mins.

    There were days when he got away with not taking his pm nap tho… we ended up with a cranky monster by evening ��

  • I treat oatmeal like rice porridge or congee, which means i can do lots of savory and sweet things with it the way Asians do. I especially like arroz caldo.

  • Thank you for adding the recipes and instructions in the description box!!!! I’ve subscribed because of that. Also, because you go straight to the point without dragging it on.

  • Wow those are awesome ideas. I didn’t like eating oatmeal but since I started watching ur videos it’s my everyday breakfast ������

  • Mhhmhh these oatmeal are my best thanks to u. I watched ur videos and I fell in love with all ur recipes. U inspired me to start eating oatmeals that I didn’t like at all. Now I eat eat everyday ❤️��

  • I’m not a fan of the mushroom dish because I hate mushrooms, but I have to admit, these are some really interesting dishes. I’m really intrigued by the carrot cake dish and chocolate dish. Totally going to try these! Love the tip on the frozen cherries too!

  • Hi! I just bumped into this video and love it. However, you don’t give how much for each ingredient…..where can I find the measurements?

  • I absolutely loved these creative recipes and l definitely try them out!�� but I have to say it was really distracting that you look so much like a character called Kara from a video game called Detroit: Become Human ����

  • Seems amazing and tasty but goes again any of my understanding and knowledge ��. I will surely try the recipes however I try not to eat carbs with protein ����❤️

  • Wow, some of those savoury oatmeal dishes seem like typical rice porridge, just that rice is replaced by oats. Since I find oats to be simpler and quicker to cook than rice, I’ll definitely try these recipes! Thanks for the inspiration.

  • The savory one sound delicious! I sometimes make a very simple savory oatmeal dish with olive oil, salt, pepper and parmesan cheese. 
    I also make veggie oatmeal burgers using dry oats! I make a thick mash of any veggie or mix of veggies either cook and mash them with a fork or put raw veggies in a food processor and mash them that way (I usually use eggplant and I cook it in the microwave). You should have about 1&1/2 cups of veggie mash to that you add 1&1/2 cups of dry rolled oats and to that you add spices to taste. I typically add a little bit of garlic and onion powder and about a teaspoon of soy sauce. Wait 10 mins to allow the oats to absorb some of the moisture from the veggies make sure your mix is not too dry or too wet otherwise the burgers won’t hold together (add a little water if too dry and more oats if too wet). Form the burgers this recipe should make about 4 or 5 burgers depending on the size you make them. You can bake them, but I like to flip them in a skillet because the outer surface gets a little crusty. Let them cool a bit before eating. I like to put them in a bun and add a little A1 steak sauce on top. You can also freeze the burgers.

  • I like quickcook instant oatmeal… gives a smoother texture. My basic savory meal is just 3 items:
    instant oatmeal
    white pepper (lots of it)
    Maggi seasoning soy sauce (square bottle)

    I can top with sliced sausage/meatloaf/fried dpam or add seafood like scallops and mussels and squid and a then some cilantro. Just so many good choices.

  • Great savory ideas…would add cilantro for garnishing..,we make these in Indian cuisine..add grated coconut…unsweetened..plenty of dry roasted peanuts….adding textures and flavors. Enjoy. Thanks for sharing your ideas.

  • I have tried every single one of these, and they’re all delicious!! The mushroom & corn/scallion savory oatmeals work w/o the goat cheese and the fried egg, respectively, but the mushroom oatmeal in particular is significantly improved with that topping