When I wrote 10 Ways to Love Sweet Potatoes, I promised I would share more posts about how to get the most out of your favorite winter foods, so that you don’t get bored with them by Spring time.
I thought oatmeal would be a good food to focus on. It’s a food many of us can eat every day during winter, but it’s important to mix it up with different ingredients and seasonings, both from a variety and nutrition perspective.
Here are 10 ways to love gluten-free oatmeal, with a few of the recipes focusing on oats rather than oatmeal. Please make sure to use certified gluten free oatmeal for all recipes.
Overnight Sweet Potato Oatmeal
1/2 cup rolled oats (not quick-cooking oats)
1/2 cup pureed sweet potato
3/4 cup cashew milk (see recipe below)
Ground cinnamon, to taste
Mix the oats, sweet potato and cashew milk with a spoon until evenly distributed. Sprinkle in ground cinnamon to taste. Refrigerate overnight. To reheat, put in the microwave on high for two minutes.
2 cups water
1/2 cup cashews, soaked for at least one hour, drained and rinsed
1/2 tsp. vanilla
2 Medjool dates
Place water, cashews and vanilla into a blender (but do not blend yet). Remove pits from the dates, break into small pieces and add to the mixture. Blend until smooth, approximately 3-4 minutes.
Banana Oatmeal Smoothie – from Chiquita Bananas
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