Two Minute Oatmeal That Lasts For a Week by Ling Abson

 

I love a good warm bowl of steel cut oats in the morning. It feels me up all the way till lunch. Forget about cereal and all those unhealthy bagels or donuts.

Add slices of banana, already chopped pecans and spoonful of maple syrup and you are all set.

My kids love this so much that my oldest would request this for lunch.

Typical recipe to cook steel cut oats (healthier than rolled oats) takes about a half hour to cook.

This recipe I’ve tried takes only 1 minute to cook! And yup, feeds a family of four (that’s us!). Scroll to the bottom for recipe.

Typical toppings that our family loves are adding maple syrup, slices of bananas, slices of pears, slices of strawberries, chopped nuts, blueberries and raisins.

This is my go-to recipe. Super easy and time-saving. I hope this recipe will save you time in the morning!

 

Two Minute Oatmeal That Lasts For a Week by Ling Abson

 

ps: I’ve always wanted to try to take a picture of a pour shot. Took a few takes. As you can see, the maple syrup was starting to fill up the top!

 

OatmealWithMapleSyrup

 

 

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Two Minute Oatmeal That Lasts For a Week by Ling Abson

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