Oats are one of nature’s super-foods! They are 100 per cent whole grain, high in fibre and contain vitamins and minerals. They are low in calories and can lower the risk of heart disease. No wonder Healthy Mummy community member, Leah, was on a mission to make 14 healthy (and totally) filling oat recipes.
We have no doubt these recipes will get you excited for your next brekkie!
14 healthy and filling oat recipes that will get you excited for brekkie
Oats, oats and more oats
1.Strawberry Cream Oats
A little twist on this standard breakfast dish and a nice way to sweeten your morning. You can find the recipe for these yummy Strawberry Cream Oats in our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Recipe Hub and with only 347 calories per serve, it is sure to become a favourite.
2.Baked Oats With Bananas & Berries
With a prep time of only 5 minutes, how could you not add this one to your kitchen repertoire?
Prepare this delicious baked oats recipe in advance and then just re-heat it when you’re ready to serve. You can also find this recipe in the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Recipe Hub.
3.Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
This yummy breakfast dish from our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Recipe Hub is a delicious blend of chia and oats with a great peanut butter taste! It’s a winner with only 352 calories per serve!
Biscuits and Pancakes
4.Oat & Cinnamon Pancakes
5.Chewy Peanut Butter Cookies
If you love peanut butter as much as we do at Healthy Mummy HQ, you will love these cookies. And as an added bonus, they only contain 102 calories! What’s not to love?
6.No Bake Honey & Coconut Cookies
Did you say no baking? Why, yes we did! At just 99 calories, you’ll be able to whip these up in just 15 minutes when the sweet cravings strike!
With only 5 minutes prep time, 5 minutes cook time and 5 main ingredients, you’ve got yourself another family winner! Just add lemon or honey to these delicious pikelets for a delicious morning or afternoon snack.
You can find this recipe in the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Recipe Hub.
8.Lemon & Date Oat Biscuits
These biscuits are especially great for pregnant mums, when you’re craving something sweet. Choosing a healthier option like these is much better than reaching for the pack of lollies. The best part is, the don’t contain any refined sugar.
9.Peanut Butter Fudge Bars
10.Banana & Oats Vanilla Smoothie
This delicious and easy to make smoothie is the perfect way to start your day with a nutritious breakfast packed with goodness.
11.Raspberry Oat Smoothie
With just 267 calories and 5 ingredients, this is a yummy and filling smoothie with a great berry taste. Another 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Recipe Hub winner!
12.Mint Chocolate Sundae Smoothie
This Challenge hub smoothie recipe is rich and indulgent with a natural mint flavour. With 5 ingredients, it will surely hit the spot when the chocolate cravings come around.
13.Strawberry Mousse With Oats & Almonds
This is a great filling recipe from the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge Hub that can help with those night time cravings. This healthy dessert contains only 369 calories and is a great way to add something sweet to your meal plan without the added sugars.
14.Fruit & Oat Crumble
This 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge recipe is a healthy version of a dessert favourite. You can increase the quantities to treat the whole family or have it pre-made and on-hand for snacks throughout the week.
Inspired by these recipes and want to find more just like them?
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Our Challenge has been able to help thousands and thousands of mums lose weight by providing them with healthy meal plans, recipes and exercises they can do at home.
Leah for instance lost 15 kilograms in less than 8 months on our Challenges.
Leah shares, “I was 75 kg* and I felt tired, lacked energy and I constantly felt bloated. I 100 per cent stuck to the meal plans and exercise plans for 6 months. I steadily lost 15kg, averaging a loss of 500g-1kg per week.”