Since I love oats as breakfast and dessert, I’ve been thinking of some more ways to prepare delicious oat meals for kids and adults. I accidentally dropped on oatmeal recipes for vegan diet while reading on the internet this morning, and really thought you would love them!
The oat meal ideas featured in this topic include uncommon ingredients, but so tasty and energy-boosting as well. They also include dried fruits and nuts as basic ingredients, to compensate the nutrients lost with lack of milk and yogurt in some vegan diet patterns.
* Simple oatmeal cooking: put 1 ½ cup of oat flakes with 2 cups of water in a saucepan and cook on low heat for 5 minutes while continuously stirring.
You can control the thickness by adding more water or let it to boil for a very short while.
|Cooked oatmeal with soy milk, raisins, peanuts and blackberries.|
|Cooked oatmeal with cinnamon, nuts, fresh and dried fruits. ( suitable for morning breakfast - don't add cinnamon if you are pregnant or in period).|
|Cooked oatmeal with soy milk, raisins, dates, walnuts and banana slices. ( good for anemia and kids breakfast ).|
|Simple oatmeal cooked in water, with peanut butter and fresh orange juice.|
|Cooked oatmeal with pumpkin slices, dried plum and walnuts. ( suitable for kids breakfast and good for anemia).|
|Fun cooked oatmeal with dried cherries, dried apricot, banana slices, cantaloupe and apple pieces.|