Oatmeal with bananas and cream is high in nutrients and keeps you fuller for longer.The nutrients will keep your brain focused, so you can be even more productive and get that promotion you’ve been eyeing!
One serving of this delicious breakfast contains:
6 g of dietary fiber
4 g of protein
14g of sugar (much of this is natural sugar from the banana).
Not to mention, bananas are an excellent source of potassium, vitamin C, flavonoids, and vitamins B6 and E. So not only will this breakfast keep you nourished throughout the morning, but it will also provide you with all the nutrients your body needs to function at its best!
Make it from scratch; you’re worth it!
There’s not a lot that stirs up emotions and taste buds quite like a warm bowl of bananas and cream oatmeal, especially if you make it from scratch.
Bananas and cream oatmeal are a classic breakfast, and for good reason. They’re both delicious and satisfying together and they provide quality energy and nutrition that the body can convert into productivity easily!
Recipe for bananas and cream oatmeal
The classic recipe calls for whole milk at the very least, or half and half.
The perfect banana and cream oatmeal is made with:
1/2 cup oats
Water, quantity as directed by the package
½ cup milk of choice, the creamier the better
1/2 mashed banana
½ tsp genuine vanilla extract
dash of cinnamon (optional)
teaspoon of brown sugar (optional)
1 spoonful of crunchy peanut butter or sliced almonds (optional, but YUM!!)
- Cook oats according to the package directions with water. Cooking it on the stove is healthier than using the microwave. If you can get into the habit of not using the microwave, your food’s nutrients will stay at peak quality.
- Once the oats are done cooking, add in the milk, mashed banana, sweetener of choice, vanilla extract, and dash of cinnamon and peanut butter, if you choose. Stir everything together and let it cook for another minute or so until warmed through.
Feel free to top bananas and cream oatmeal with coconut shavings!
You can make this ahead of time and have it ready in the fridge to warm up. Make a few days’ worth at once to save time.
Cindy Gordon shows you how to make her version of bananas and cream oatmeal in her video that is less than a minute long:
If you are in a big hurry
If you don’t have 5-10 minutes to put this together in the morning and want to take it on the road, this is the closest thing, just add boiling water to cook it, and then add cream or milk as a touch of luxury!
Bakery On Main, USDA Organic, Gluten-Free, Vegan & Non GMO, Probiotic, Oatmeal Cup
We wish you the best day following a bowl of bananas and cream oatmeal as you grab opportunities presented to you and make things happen!
More from thewellthieone.com
The links used on thewellthieone.com are affiliate links, which may provide a small commission. This does not increase the price of the goods for the consumer whatsoever. What it does is ensure that useful content like this can continue to be produced. Thank-you for enjoying our content and allowing us to continue to provide more.