The Healthy Librarian’s Cheezy Oatmeal with sundried tomatoes, mushrooms and spinach.
Not the most attractive dish, but very, very cool.
This morning on Debby’s (aka the Healthy Librarian) Happy Healthy Long Life Blog I was introduced to the wonders of oatmeal. “Yeah, yeah, yeah” you’re probably saying to yourself, it’s all over the news, all over the packages of General Mills and Kellog’s cereals. But hey, I’m a skeptic, and anything that is blown out by PR firms and advertisers I’m going to question.
So I’ve kind of been ignoring oatmeal, eating it only occassionally when maybe I wasn’t in the mood for a cold smoothie in the morning. That is, until now. Thanks to Debby and her wonderous ways of compiling and distilling information, I now know the secrets of this wonderfood. And I trust her a lot more than any big corporation any day! Read all about it here along with the recipe for Cheezy Oatmeal.
For the highest volume of creative oatmeal recipes check out the Kath Eats Real Food blog. Debby’s oatmeal was based on a recipe from Angela at Oh She Glows. Seems like she’s got a thing for oatmeal too. Confused about the difference between steel cut oats, quick cook oats, instant oats and rolled oats? So was I until I read this insightful posting on The Sweet Beet. And last but not least, for the oatmeal die hards reading this, you’ve gotta give the Vegan Overnight Oats a try. Here’s a great video tutorial about it by Angela at Oh She Glows.
What do you think of oatmeal? Do you consider it a staple in your diet?
Do you eat it plain or do you make all sorts of creative oatmeal?
Have you ever made a savory oatmeal dish? Vegan overnight oats?