July 30th, 2014 | by Jill Ettinger
We all (hopefully!) know by now that oatmeal is good food. It’s loaded with heart healthy fiber and beta glucan, the polysaccharide that has a multitude of benefits to our body. Oats are also a source of omega fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and avenanthramides, antioxidants that promote circulation.But guess what? Oatmeal can do lots of other things. Intrigued? Here are 9 uses for oatmeal that go beyond breakfast
November 5th, 2013 | by Becky Striepe
Figuring out how to make baby food that's simple and nutritious can be tough. This instant oatmeal will make your life so. much. easier
October 29th, 2013 | by Heather Carr
National Oatmeal Day comes but once a year, so eat up! Oats are good for you!
October 1st, 2013 | by Jennifer Kaplan
This muffin recipe from chef Dan Barber and the Blue Hill Restaurant team was created to compliment the launch of [&hellip
January 4th, 2013 | by Mary Gerush
In 2013, I resolve to eat more whole grains! This is the first in a series of posts I plan to write about whole grains. Keep reading to learn with me and find delightful ways to prepare this healthy food
May 13th, 2011 | by Michelle Leeper
Oat flour is a healthy, gluten-free (well, almost gluten-free) alternative to regular flour, and so easy to make at home! All you need are oats and a blender. I used Quaker oats, the slow-cooking kind for these vegan cookies. Using instant or quick-cooking oatmeal will make the dough of whatever you're making mushy
February 15th, 2011 | by Michelle Leeper
Put a crunchy spin on your next bowl of oatmeal!
December 17th, 2010 | by Becky Striepe
I'd fallen out of the breakfast habit, so in an effort to get back into eating the most important meal of the day, I decided to whip up a bowl of oatmeal after my run this morning. The thing is, it's cold. It's cold and also I didn't want just a boring bowl of oatmeal, even with a handful of golden raisins.
This warm, spiced bowl of goodness might just be the dish that gets me back to breakfast!
November 1st, 2010 | by Rachel Shulman
Eating a variety of grains is a great way to add fiber to your diet. Grains like farro, wheat berries, brown rice, and quinoa are healthy and delicious alternatives to overrefined carbohydrates. What's your favorite grain? Vote now!
October 5th, 2010 | by Rachel Shulman
Wake up your boring breakfast routine with these unusual oatmeal recipes: Creamy Almond-Coconut with Dates, Pistachio and Cardamom, Chai-Spiced, Persimmon or Pumpkin, Indian-Spiced, Savory Scallions and Soy Sauce, and Curried Caramelized Onions. Also share your favorite oatmeal recipes