Share your oatmeal breakfast.

I have oatmeal every morning for breakfast.
80 grams oats
14 grams almonds
14 grams walnuts
1/2 cup blueberries
100 grams banana
50 grams Greek yogurt.

Share your oatmeal bowl.



  • L1zardQueen
    L1zardQueen Posts: 8,755 Member
    How many calories is that?
  • weightgoesbyebye
    weightgoesbyebye Posts: 54 Member
    edited February 2019
    Approximately 650 calories.
  • vanityy99
    vanityy99 Posts: 2,583 Member
    I made breakfast cookies

    2 smashes bananas
    1 cup oatmeal
    1 tsp of peanut butter

    Baked for 15 mins
  • angelsja
    angelsja Posts: 860 Member
    edited February 2019
    1 satchet of oats so simple 100 cals 15g of chia seeds 68 cals 100g of frozen summer fruits 46 cals soak overnight maybe a yoghurt after
  • yirara
    yirara Posts: 7,824 Member
    I have many small meals throughout the day. Thus my breakfast isn't big either.

    40gr oats
    8gr raisins
    88gr skyr
    about 30-40kcal of whatever fruit is available at work.

    I mix the raisins, oats and skyr either in the evening or morning. Perfect for me as it's fairly stiff as opposed to liquid, and I prefer cold breakfasts.
  • Sunshine_And_Sand
    Sunshine_And_Sand Posts: 1,320 Member
    -40 grams oats
    -100 grams finely diced or shredded zucchini
    -approximately 1/4 c water (bc so much water in the zucchini)
    Microwave for 1.5 minutes
    -28 grams cheddar
    Microwave for 30 seconds
    -salt and pepper to your tastes and mix well
  • seltzermint555
    seltzermint555 Posts: 10,742 Member
    edited February 2019
    I like two different "oatmeal breakfasts"

    1/2 cup quick oats with 1 tbsp. peanut butter and 1/2 tbsp. jam (usually strawberry). About 250 cal.

    1/4 cup steel cut oats - I cook 1 cup at a time soaked overnight in 1:3 almond milk & water then cooked with cinnamon & salt...brown sugar, dried cranberries & vanilla added toward the end.
    Usually garnish with pecan halves & a drizzle of sugar free syrup.
    Around 320 cal, depending on amounts of everything added to the oats.
  • WanderingRivers
    WanderingRivers Posts: 612 Member
    Just one of the Quaker Oatmeal Fruit and Cream Oatmeal packets. 130 calories which is plenty for breakfast.
  • staticsplit
    staticsplit Posts: 538 Member
    I love oatmeal!

    When I have time I love making baked banana oatmeal: Haven't done it for ages so I should soon! I sometimes add chocolate chips.

    More traditionally i do 40g oats, fruit (combination of half a banana with either frozen cherries, blueberries, apple, etc), cook with almond milk. Stir in some brownie protein powder, some PB2. Sometimes some yoghurt or skyr if it's in the fridge. Calories vary, depending, but it's usually around 300.
  • StephNicole2018
    StephNicole2018 Posts: 24 Member
    margbarco wrote: »
    40g steel cut oats
    1 Tbsp Peanut butter
    1 Tbsp Jam or preserves

    (I got the idea from somebody on mfp, and since then, any other flavor just pales in comparison)

    I agree! I wanted a pb&j sandwich one day and thought of making it in oatmeal form. It’s so good! I use PB2 and stevia sometimes instead of real PB.
  • AnaSoluna
    AnaSoluna Posts: 16 Member
    1/4-1/2 cup oats
    1 mashed banana
    As much apple pie spice as you'd like
    Some walnuts

    Usually under 300 calories and the only recipe I've found where I wasn't missing added sugars. To add a vegetable element, I'll pop in a couple tablespoons of sweet potato too (I keep it in the freezer, parceled out in individual 2 tbl servings)
  • mburgess458
    mburgess458 Posts: 480 Member
    Steel cut oats (pre-packaged 150 calories)
    frozen berries (often cherry berry mix)
    lots of ceylon cinnamon

    I make it the night before and put in the fridge overnight.
    Mix in some plain greek yogurt right before eating (I eat it cold).
  • Ninkasi
    Ninkasi Posts: 173 Member
    40 grams steel-cut oats
    8 grams brown sugar
    10 grams dried apples

    215 calories total
  • Jruzer
    Jruzer Posts: 3,501 Member
    Does oatmeal stout count?
  • pierinifitness
    pierinifitness Posts: 2,231 Member
    Call me Mr. Bland. One cup of Trader Joe's organic oatmeal and two tablespoons of organic flax meal. Once ready to eat, a sprinkling of ground cinnamon to make it look pretty.