Usually oats are made by boiling them with water or milk. In oatmeal, fruit and sugar are the most widely used toppings. People have developed creative ways to incorporate oats into their diets in response to the growing demand to make them more appealing in dishes other than their typical oatmeal version. Now moving from dry bowls of oats to more delicious oat-based dishes including idlis, dosas, uttapam, cookies, cakes, pies and smoothies.
1. Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal
If you’re looking for something warmer, more flavored, apple cinnamon oatmeal may be an option for you.
Melt butter in a medium pot before adding a cup of applesauce, honey or brown sugar, cinnamon and a pinch of salt. Add water, then slowly bring to a boil. Add oats and lastly, toppings of your choice (walnuts or flaxseeds) for another 3-5 minutes, while stirring occasionally.
2. Oats Idli
Light and fluffy cakes made with oats and idli are ideal for a quick snack or a healthy snack on the go. This quick and easy recipe for Instant Oats Idli is made from oats, curd (curd), semolina, herbs and spices.
Grind one cup of oats in flour and add a small grated carrot. Make the tempering by adding spices (mustard, chana dal, curry leaves and some chopped cashews). Gradually add half a cup of semolina or rava and then add oats flour. Mix well and let the mixture cool down then you can add any vegetable of your choice and add about half a cup of curd (curd) with a cup of water. Make idlis from this batter which can be saved for later as well.
3. Oatmeal Cookies
Oatmeal cookies are so easy to make, their crunchy, crunchy and chewy texture will surprise you.
Prepare a cookie dough in the same way as a normal wheat flour cookie recipe, but instead combine oats flour with finely powdered sugar, cinnamon powder, and some vanilla essence. You can top the rolled out oats with raisins for some crunchy texture and bind the mixture and bake in a preheated oven. The resulting cookies will allow you to have a delectable breakfast.
4. Chocolate Oatmeal
Chocolate oatmeal may seem like it would be too decadent to eat regularly for breakfast (and it tastes just like that).
First mix all the ingredients in a small pot. This includes water, milk of your choice, rolled oats, chocolate powder, maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla extract and salt.
5. Oats Cheela Recipe
A simple, quick and easy recipe for breakfast. This cheela recipe is soft and has the taste of oats.
Quick and easy cheela made with oats, gram flour, spices and herbs. This Healthy Oats Cheela recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make. You don’t need tempering, just a simple mixture like you would make for regular cheela recipe.
To reap all the benefits of oats, opt for a bowl of oats instead of any other breakfast option.