This post is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company. All opinions are my own.
Who else could eat breakfast for every meal?
With many of us now working from home and making less trips to restaurants and the grocery store, we have been getting more creative with pantry staples at home that last. These breakfast recipes are made exclusively with non-perishable ingredients that you can keep stockpiled in your pantry including flaxseeds to make plant-based flax “eggs”, nut milks, applesauce and dried fruit.
For me, breakfast is synonymous with OATS so these six recipes pay homage to this simple yet versatile breakfast staple ingredient that’s always in my pantry,
For over 140 years, Quaker has been the leading expert in oats, committed to combining science, scale, passion and expertise with dedication to researching all that this whole grain has to offer. One of Quaker’s founding principles is that life’s circumstances shouldn’t be a barrier to good nutrition.
Oats are a super grain and possess more possibilities than people may think. They are a highly versatile whole grain that offer countless possibilities to get more nutrition and taste out of what we eat each day. Also serving as a nutritious blank canvas, they can inspire culinary creativity and be made sweet or savory, hot or cold.
One serving of oats (1/2 cup) is a good source of fiber (containing both soluble and insoluble) and important vitamins and minerals including vitamin B1, magnesium, phosphorous and manganese.
You can make many of these recipes over the weekend and enjoy all week long for easy weekday morning breakfast ideas. Let me know which one is your favorite and tag me if you make these over on Instagram!