Posts Tagged: “oatmeal”

  • Baked Chocolate Steel Cut Oatmeal: A super health, easy, freezable breakfast.

    Baked Chocolate Steel Cut Oatmeal {Freezer Meal}

    After our first indulgent Thanksgiving feast (my first one to host in 37 years!) at our house and then a second indulgent feast with more family plus leftovers for every meal, we needed this recipe this morning. I call it my post-holiday breakfast cleanse. Ha! Are you with me? We’ve been

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  • Make these homemade instant oatmeal packs ahead of time to enjoy a healthy and quick breakfast. Perfect for busy school mornings!

    Homemade Instant Oatmeal Packets (Personalized for Everyone!)

    My mom called me one day. “Rachel, I have this great idea for me and your family, and I think you could blog about it!” Friends, it’s time to confess. This blog really is a family affair. Here’s the break-down in case you’re interested: Husband = taste-tester, listener, encourager, editor,

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  • Baked Oatmeal with Fruit can be a hearty, healthy breakfast or dinner. It's warm and comforting with a little milk over the top.

    Baked Oatmeal: Updated and Healthier {Freezer Meal}

    A while back I posted about a favorite recipe of mine, Baked Oatmeal. I can’t even begin to count the number of times we’ve made this in the past few years. We almost always have the ingredients on hand and it’s not only great for a big group of people,

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  • A easy homemade granola recipe

    Homemade Granola Recipe

    For the past few months, my husband has kindly reminded me that I haven’t made my granola recipe in a while. I had good intentions to make it but just added it to the very long to-do list and it never made it to the top. As time went on,

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  • Chocolate Oatmeal recipe healthy

    5 Minute Chocolate Oatmeal Recipe

    You’d never know it from the looks or the taste, but this oatmeal is overloaded with nutrient-dense foods.  It’s full of fiber, protein, antioxidants, vitamin A, calcium, healthy fat, and even probiotics.  Bottom line is that it’s full of real foods your body needs, not processed junk and sugar like

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