6 healthy breakfast recipes with oatmeal


Oatmeal is very consumed by the Anglo-Saxons. Satiating, it is the perfect breakfast to avoid the peck at 11 am.

To vary the pleasures discover 6 healthy recipes for breakfast.


Depending on your preferences, all these recipes can be used with animal milk or vegetable milk (soy, coconut, oats, almond, rice ...).

The porridge

According to a study conducted by Harvard University researchers in 2015, consuming a bowl of porridge a day would help improve life expectancy and health, so why not use it?


- 50 cl of milk

- 50 gr of oatmeal

- honey or maple syrup

- toppings: fruit, dried fruit, chocolate chips


1/ Start by heating the milk in a saucepan.

2/ Once the milk is hot, pour the oatmeal and cook slowly over low heat for about ten minutes, stirring regularly.

3/ When the texture is creamy, it's almost ready, arrange the red fruits, bananas and other chocolate chips.

4/ Enjoy the porridge while it is still hot.

Overnight Porridge

The overnight porridge is easy to digest and full of good raw nutrients. In addition, it is much less sweet than commercial cereals, it is a real slimming breakfast, while being satiating.

No cooking is necessary to make the overnight porridge. It is by absorbing the milk that the oat flakes soften and become easier to chew. Not cooking oatmeal preserves the vitamins, fiber and minerals, as well as the very low glycemic index of the oat flakes.


- milk

- oatmeal

- toppings: fruit, dried fruit, chocolate chips


1/ The night before, fill a half bowl with oatmeal.

2/ Cover with milk and mix. If necessary, add a little milk so that the liquid is flush with the surface of the oat flakes.

3/ Then place in the bowl the ingredients of your choice: cocoa powder, crushed roasted hazelnuts, frozen raspberries, 1 tablespoon of chia seeds ...

4/ Mix well, and place the preparation in the fridge all night.

5/ The next day, taste as it is, or add a fresh fruit, for example pieces of pear or half a banana.

Salty porridge

For lovers of a salty breakfast, porridge is also available with eggs and bacon.


- 3 tablespoons of oatmeal

- 2 slices of bacon

- 1 egg

- 2 tablespoons of grated cheese

- 1 tablespoon of chives

- salt

- pepper


1/ Mix the oatmeal with 200 ml of water in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Season with salt and pepper. Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes.

2/ Fry the bacon in a nonstick pan and leave to one side of the pan.

3/ Break the egg on the other side. Let it cook.

4/ Put the oatmeal in a bowl and sprinkle with cheese.

5/ Add egg and bacon on top and sprinkle with chives.

Flapjacks with muesli and raisins

The flapjack is a Bristish cake, resembling both an energy bar and a cookie. It is made of oatmeal, butter, brown sugar and Golden Syrup. Sweet syrup made from cane sugar, Golden Syrup has been a staple of British pastries since 1833. Flapjacks are ideal for breakfast, afternoon tea or simply for pure indulgence!

Ingredients 20 flapjacks:

- 3 tablespoons of Golden Syrup Lyle's

- 230 gr of muesli

- 50g de raisins

- 100 gr of butter

- 3 tablespoons of brown sugar


1/ Preheat the oven to 180 °C (thermostat 6).

2/ Melt the butter, the brown sugar and the Golden Syrup in a saucepan.

3/ Then add the muesli, mix well and add the raisins.

4/ Butter a rectangular dish large enough and shallow.

5/ Pour the mixture of muesli, spreading it well with the back of a spoon.

6/ Cook for 15 minutes.

7/ After removing the dish from the oven, cut into rectangles about 2 cm by 6 cm (or round with a cookie cutter), as long as it is still hot.

8/ Let cool before eating.

Oatmeal waffles

Oatmeal waffles are light and tasty. Serve for breakfast or for a break!


- 120 gr of oatmeal

- 2 tablespoons of cornstarch

- 1 tablespoon of sugar

- 1 tablespoon of baking powder

- 100 grams of Greek yogurt

- 5 cl of milk

- 2 eggs

- 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract

- 1 tablespoon of oil

- red berries

- honey


1 / Heat the waffle iron.

2 / Place all the ingredients in a blender and mix until a smooth dough is obtained.

3 / Put a ball of dough in the waffle iron and let cook for 2 to 3 minutes, so that the waffle takes a golden colour.

4 / Serve waffles with some berries and honey.

Yogurt and muesli

A healthy breakfast, balanced and beautiful visually!

For more fondant replace the muesli with oatmeal.


- 150 gr of Greek yogurt, yogurt or flavoured yogurt

- 3 tablespoons of muesli

- 1 teaspoon of honey or maple syrup

- fresh fruits

- chia seeds

- whole or sliver almonds


1/ In a bowl, pour the yogurt.

2/ Add on one side the muesli.

3/ Then arrange the fruits and seeds.

4/ To sweeten the preparation, add honey on top.

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Article written by Manon C.

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