How do you eat them? Pure? Milk? Water? Fancy recipes? How often?
50 g oats
350 ml water
50 g oats
some soy milk (200 ml I guess + some water)
eat it when still hot. comfiest breakfast
i'd eat oatmeal at every meal, honestly. it's divine.
lazy oatz recipe:
begin boiling tea kettle
2/3 cup oatz in bowl
1 tbsp brown sugar
a few dashes of cinnamon
stare at kettle until it starts to whistle
pour water over oatz slowly, stirring while you do it. When all oats are soaked, you're down. You don't want a bunch of water pooling at the bottom.
Finally, drizzle some honey over this bitch.
If you want, add pretty much anything else people add to oatmeal at this point (apples, raisins, granola, whatever).
oh, when I meant in addition to shakes, I meant other than making shakes, maybe it was ambiguous or something.
So, can I use it instead of flour or something to bake healthy bulking cookies or whatever?
I make oat protein cookies. Anyone want the recipe?
>1 cup into a bowl
>fill with water till I can see it coming up from oats
>microwave 1:30 minutes
>few dashes of cinnamon
>mix and devour
Every morning before work. Everyone that's seen me eat it says it looks nasty/boring but I don't give a shit about taste anymore.
Yes, it looks like you just took a shit on the plate, though.
I've heard but they all the recipes I see is made with flour with rolled oats thrown in. I assume that's not what you are talking about?
not him but saved this awhile ago
>it looks like you just took a shit on the plate, though.
What is chocolate flavour? Taste good idk.
2 handfuls of oats
1 handful of flax seeds
1 scoop, chocolate flavour
Pinch of baking soda
-Mix all the dry stuff (not almonds)
-Add egg. Mix like the devil. Result will be sticky mess.
-Put sticky mess on baking tray, and put one almond on each cookie.
-Bake for 12-15 minutes (until golden edges) at 180 C (about 350 F)
-Cool for a bit, then nom.
Tip: If not enough liquid, add some coffee or water. If not enough solid add more proton powder.
trouble with these is I can't bring it to uni, for an intermeal snack which would be great since I don't have too much time for eating. It just melts and falls apart. Thanks for the suggestion though.
nice, will try it out.
just fuckin put some boiled water ot them with raisins ... its perfect.. ;) make for breakfast like I do protein paincaes. In the blender with some oats and eggs I make like 5,6 and I'm ready to go for every morning
If you see this thread, I just wanted to ask you:
Do you close the caps when you put them in the fridge?
Do you prepare them for the whole week at once?
Do they taste the same when they have been to the fridge for 5 days?
50g deep-frozen berries
microwave for 6min, apply flaxseeds afterwards
the only way to eat oats.
Listen up - best oat recipe coming through.
Only buy whole rolled oats. Anything else is for plebs.
Boil 1 cup of water with 1 cup of milk (I use 3.5% milk)
Add 1 cup of oats and bring to a boil
Reduce to simmer and cover the pot leaving a gap (close it if you want to ruin your stove)
Set timer to 20 minutes and spend the time in the shower or what ever you feel like doing
Shit's going to ready after that and you can season it and/or add stuff. I usually add a handful of raisins, some cinnamon and a teaspoon of honey.
Enjoy your oats.
>not eating steel cut oats raw
what are you a bunch of faggots?
Soak rolled oats overnight with almond milk and raisins
Cook steel cut oats with hulled barley and rye in a 2:1:1 ratio, mix in creole seasoning or other savory seasoned salt
My breakfast this morning senpaitachi.
Tasted pretty good even though it looks like literal shit.
Other times though just bananas and cinnamon and truvia
>1 cup oats
>2 cups water
>3 minutes microwave
>2 scoops cinnamon roll myprotein whey
>ton of cinnamon
>1 tablespoon chia seeds
Eat half of it right away for breakfast, take the rest with me to class for lunch
>however many cups of oats (usually one 1/2 cup, sometimes one whole cup)
>little bit less than equivalent amount of water
>microwave 2 minutes
>10 chocolate chips
>tbsp or two of peanut butter
It's like a chocolate Chewy bar but it's just oats.