8 Sweet Savory Oatmeal Recipes Under 400 Calories


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8 Sweet & Savory Oatmeal Recipes Under 400 Calories. 1. COCONUT CREAM PIE OVERNIGHT OATS | EAT. DRINK.

LOVE. Waking up to a ready-to-go bowl of creamy, dreamy oats in the fridge is a foolproof way to 2. OATMEAL CINNAMON RAISIN SMOOTHIE. May 8, 2017 Looking for ways to step-up your oatmeal game? Enjoy it straight up in a bowl with all the fixings, mixed in tasty smoothie or baked into scrumptious breakfast cookies.

You can also go the savory route by swapping it out for rice or using it in meat dishes. This versatile whole grain lends itself to. 21. Sweet Potato Pie Oats.

This oatmeal has 343 calories. To make the oatmeal, combine mashed sweet potato, nutmeg, cinnamon, and almond milk in a blender. In a different jar, mix almond milk, chia seeds, vanilla extract, stevia, and oats.

Store the two mixtures in the fridge overnight. This savory oatmeal incorporates zucchini, shallots, green peas and fresh mint leaves, providing lovely springtime appeal to any plate. Compared to equally hearty sides like mashed potatoes, this recipe is lighter in calories but still packs plenty of flavor.

At only 170 calories per cup, this oatmeal makes a great low-calorie. Place water and oats in a microwave-safe bowl. Cook at 50% power, stirring half way through cooking, until oats are softened, 3 to 5 minutes.

Stir in butter until melted. Savory does not even begin to describe this dish. Sweet, caramelized onions, salty bacon, and earthy mushrooms combine to form this risotto-like baked oatmeal. The steel cut oats contribute an extra chewy, crunchy texture because they resemble a whole grain—which also contributes to their lower glycemic index and longer staying power. To help you make good food without breaking the bank, we’ve compiled 10 budget-friendly recipes that will help you make the most of your hard-earned cash—all for under 400 calories.

Check out our post on 10 Tips for Eating Healthy on a Budget to learn more. Skip traditional sweet oatmeal toppings in favor of these spins from Food Network, and turn oats into a delicious, savory breakfast, quick lunch or easy snack. 10 Snacks Under 250 Calories 10.

These healthy meals under 400 calories make meal planning a breeze. Browse our complete collection of low calorie recipes on Cooking Light. It’s easy to keep track of what you eat when you build a strong portfolio of delicious low-calorie meals.

40 Easy Recipes Under 400 Calories 40 Easy Recipes Under 400 Calories 1/2 cup canned sweet potato 1/2 cup milk 1 tablespoon canola or light olive oil (Add another 20 to 30 seconds if you like soft oatmeal or 40 to 50 seconds longer if you like porridge.).

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Add2 tablespoons chopped herbs like rosemary, chervil, orbasil Per serving: Calories 401 (From Fat 186); Fat 21g (Saturated 3g); Cholesterol 0mg; Sodium 167mg; Carbohydrate 47g (Dietary Fibre 5g); Protein6g.

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A 400-calorie low-fat blueberry muffin simply isn’t capable of accomplishing the same things in your body as a 400-calorie bowl of oatmeal with apple slices and walnuts.

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Sweet Oatmeal 2/3 cup water 1/3 cup oatmeal 1 ounce raisins I pinch cinnamon 1 tsp. honey Bring water to a boil in medium sauce pan.

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✓ Portion out ½ cup of quick-cooking oats (not the instant kind), 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts, and 1 to 2 tablespoons of dried fruit into a cup.

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Coconut oil, maple syrup, and dried fruit are laden with calories, so keep this granola as a topping for yogurt or have an actual portion size (1/3 cup [50 g]) instead of a bowlful.

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In a large bowl, combine the oats, coconut, almonds, flaxseeds, coconut oil, honey, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and salt.

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In a large bowl combine rolled oats (not the quick-cooking kind) with a mixture of chopped nuts and seeds; the usual ratio is three parts oats to two parts extras, but do whatever you like.Toss in some shredded coconut, a little brown sugar and cinnamon, and a pinch of salt.

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For 100 calories, you could enjoy 1/4 cup of raisins or almost 2 cups of grapes.

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NoTe: This heats quickly and makes a perfect breakfast-on-the-go during the work week, a nice 1cup old-fashioned oatmeal 21/2 cups water Pinch of salt 2 tablespoons honey Zest of 1 lemon 1 teaspoon unsalted butter 1/4 cup 2% milk 1/2 cup pitted prunes, chopped

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I read the calorie contents of the single-serving prepackaged oatmeal sachet: 100 calories.

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  • They eat porridge like this often in asia only its usually rice porridge not oat. I wish you guys would make the episodes longer:(

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    ” Thanks for sharing your Cajun ⚜ savory oatmeal recipe with your viewers, Rene. I am a Cajun lady and oatmeal is a favorite of mine. “

  • We never liked oatmeal with fruit like others make for breakfast but your savory recipe looks amazing! We love lots of flavor (coming from a Thai culture), this is right up our alley! Thank you!

  • Beautiful recipe, great looks and excellent explanation, I like it a lot, and I believe it is very tasty. Do you want to support my channel. My new friend? Thanks

  • You are amazing, creative, innovative, and damn right outstanding! This is awesome! I’m a mom on a budget but oatmeal and veggies are constant staples! I’m definitely going to play around with my oats in the morning!!!! Peace and blessings to you and yours!

  • Steel cut may take a while, but well worth the time because they’re more nutrient dense. Rolled old gets stripped of some during processing, and quick and instant oats get stripped the most.
    I love the recipe except the oil and salt. I use No salt, oil or sugar. Health reasons.
    I also love the fact that you can use oatmeal in many types of dishes/recipes. ��

  • Makes perfect sense seeing how oatmeal is a fairly neutral taste. And yes, steel cut take damn near forever to cook! Great recipe as always!