It’s National Oatmeal Month

Oatmeal is one of the most versatile and inexpensive foods around. It is packed with nutrients to keep you full and help fight many health issues.

This amazing whole grain meal is loaded with fiber and proteins that help keep you full longer. They are also full of vitamins and minerals that are beneficial for your health, such as helping lower blood sugars and blood pressure.

There are several ways you can prepare oatmeal. You can make it hot, cold, savory, or sweet. Bonus: You can eat it at any time of the day!

Traditional oatmeal has been eaten hot like a porridge, cooked in either milk or water.

Baked Oatmeal takes your dish from a porridge consistency to a thick, structured cereal bar. Make it ahead for a great on-the-go option.

Overnight oats are simply oats soaked overnight in a liquid to become soft enough for enjoying. Simply add all your ingredients into your container of choice and refrigerate overnight. When you wake in the morning, you will have oatmeal ready to grab and go.

Looking for more of a savory oatmeal? Try adding an egg on top along with a variety of fresh vegetables.

Learn more about the benefits of eating oatmeal on Healthline’s 9 Health Benefits of Eating Oats and Oatmeal.

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