Want oats for breakfast without having to warm them up? This oatmeal-style smoothie fits the bill. It includes all the ingredients you might use to make oats, swapping your stovetop for a blender. Oats are a great source of fiber and maple syrup has energy-boosting properties such as B vitamins.
Oatmeal makes for a perfect and cozy breakfast on a cool fall or winter morning. This twist on classic oatmeal not only makes it really tasty, but also nutritious. The added almond butter brings healthy fat and some protein to the recipe, while the banana brings potassium, and the pumpkin offers fiber. And to finish off the recipe– a dash of pumpkin pie spice makes it even tastier! Get the complete recipe.
Yes, your mom was right, breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Start your day off right with this hearty, healthy breakfast. Kids who eat a nutritious breakfast are less likely to be overweight and eat more fruits and fiber-rich foods throughout the day. And eating a healthy breakfast isn’t just good for kids. It is one of the key behaviors needed to maintain a healthy weight in adults.