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Healthy Things to Add to Oatmeal {40 Fun Oatmeal Toppings}

 
I don’t know about you but we eat a lot of oatmeal here, you’ll find me cooking oatmeal for breakfast at least 2-3 times a week. We are always looking for new things to add, more specifically, healthy things to add to oatmeal. The old standby here is cinnamon raising oatmeal, which is good. But, sometimes its nice to branch out and mix things up. So, without further ado, here are over 40 fun oatmeal toppings to spice up your breakfast, both sweet and savory.
  1. canned pumpkin, pecans, cinnamon and honey
  2. nut butter and honey
  3. coconut oil
  4. cream from pasture raised cows, not ultra high temp pasteurized
  5. dried cranberries
  6. maple syrup
  7. granola
  8. sliced bananas
  9. made with chicken broth for a super dose of morning vitamins
  10. grated zucchini
  11. jam
  12. raisins
  13. dried cherries
  14. blueberries and chopped almonds
  15. parmesan and scallions
  16. chopped bacon, parmesan and gruyere
  17. sweet potato puree
  18. molasses and cinnamon
  19. pears
  20. baked blueberry oatmeal recipe
  21. butternut squash puree
  22. diced mango
  23. coconut milk
  24. chopped dried apricots (unsulphered)
  25. apple butter
  26. baked apple cinnamon oatmeal
  27. strawberries and cream
  28. spinach and oregano
  29. made with an egg to make it extra creamy
  30. carrot cake (raisins, shredded carrots, cinnamon, and a little natural sweetener)
  31. sweet corn and cumin
  32. mushrooms sauteed in bacon grease
  33. cooked pork, peas, carrots and onions
  34. orange zest
  35. top with an egg over easy
  36. alternately you could add some oats to your smoothie
  37. blackberries
  38. a pat of butter
  39. flax seed
  40. yogurt and mixed berries
  41. chopped peaches and cream
  42. chopped dates and cashews

What’s your favorite way to serve oatmeal?

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