20 fit oatmeal recipes

Check out the best fit oatmeal recipes that will help you improve your health and lose weight faster. We are talking about a favorite breakfast recipe, which brings satiety, improves various functions of the human body and, in addition, is delicious.Then, see below how to make the best porridge recipes oatmeal and enjoy all the benefits of this cereal!

How do you make fit oatmeal?

The recipe for fit oatmeal is perhaps easier than regular oatmeal. In addition to bringing a lot of satiety, this version of porridge brings the nutritional benefits of oats and is delicious. Follow the instructions below to make the best healthy fit oatmeal :

  1. In a saucepan, heat 1 cup of skim milk to a point before boiling (when it starts bubbling along the sides of the saucepan). So put it on low heat
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir over low heat until the point of porridge
  3. Finally, place it in a bowl and sprinkle some powdered cinnamon over the porridge for more flavor.

In short, the size of the oat flakes is to your liking, as is the point of the porridge. We do not recommend the use of any type of sweetener in the preparation. Cinnamon is recommended as a “spice” for the recipe because, in addition to improving the taste, it improves metabolism and helps you lose weight faster.

Fit and healthy oatmeal recipes

Now you will learn several variations of oatmeal recipes to lose weight faster, in addition to the great contribution to your health.

We’ll show you from the classic oatmeal to the most diverse variations of this recipe, so that you’ll never get tired of this porridge so beneficial to your health. Check out!

1. Common oatmeal (classic)

As the classic oatmeal contains crystal sugar and milk, we decided to bring alternatives to these ingredients that are not so healthy. For example, replace regular milk with a skimmed type or even a vegetable version. Also, use brown sugar as it is more beneficial. Check out:

  1. In a saucepan, add 1 cup of milk (of your choice) and add 1 teaspoon of brown sugar. Shake well
  2. When it is a point before boiling, place on low heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes
  3. Then keep stirring until you reach the porridge point.

2. Oatmeal with banana

The porridge oats and bananas are companions in one of the recipes in the most common breakfasts in various parts of the world. See how to prepare:

  1. Heat 1 cup of skimmed milk
  2. When it is close to boiling, lower the heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir until the porridge point
  3. Then put in a bowl and set aside
  4. Meanwhile, cut a banana into slices
  5. Finally, place the banana slices on top of the porridge. You can sprinkle cinnamon too if you prefer.

There are those people who prefer to let the porridge cool and then eat it with the sliced ​​banana. It is noteworthy that no matter the temperature of the porridge, it will maintain its benefits as long as it is consumed within 1 hour after its preparation.

3. With water and without milk

Oatmeal made with water is one of the options for those who are lactose intolerant . Furthermore, when made with water instead of milk, porridge is even less caloric, as milk has fats that water does not have. See how to prepare:

  1. In a microwave-safe bowl, add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and water (enough to have 1 finger of water left over the flakes)
  2. Then microwave without stirring for 1 minute on medium power
  3. Finally, mix well and set aside for 3 minutes.

If you want the gruel to be firmer and drier, add less water. Over time, you learn the right measures for the porridge to be your favorite way! However, it is important to make it clear that oatmeal with water should not be made in a pot.

4. Version with papaya

Fit oatmeal with papaya follows the same premise as porridge with banana. Check it step by step:

  1. Heat 1 cup of skim milk in a pan
  2. When it is just before boiling, lower the heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes. Keep stirring until the porridge point
  3. Then put in a bowl and set aside
  4. Meanwhile, peel and cut ½ papaya into medium or small pieces
  5. Finally, put the papaya on top of the porridge.

5. Microwave fit oatmeal

Microwave fit oatmeal is an even quicker and more practical recipe than the pot-on version. Learn to prepare correctly:

  1. In a microwaveable bowl, add 2 tablespoons rolled oats and 1 cup skim milk. Mix well and microwave for 3 minutes
  2. Every minute, pause the microwave and stir the porridge
  3. Finally, stir one last time and set aside for a few minutes, then eat.

6. With oat bran

The difference between this porridge and the others is the replacement of oat flakes with oat bran. This results in a lighter consistency porridge, which resembles a porridge. It’s great for kids.

  1. Heat 1 cup of skim milk in a pan
  2. When bubbles are forming, but not boiling, lower the heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat bran. Add little by little while you move so as not to lump
  3. When you reach the porridge point, place it in a bowl and eat.

7. Oatmeal with whey protein

This oatmeal recipe is a darling of the marombeiros on duty! In fact, it’s a version of porridge that’s consumed by gym goers and fitness enthusiasts. It is also known as “maromba” oatmeal. See the recipe:

  1. In a saucepan, heat 1 cup of whole or skim milk. Lower the heat when it is close to boiling
  2. Then gradually add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes while stirring. Then add 1 scoop (or two tablespoons) of vanilla whey protein (it’s the flavor that goes best with oatmeal)
  3. Stir until the porridge point
  4. Ready! Consume 1 hour or 30 minutes before training.

8. With vanilla essence

In many oatmeal recipes on the internet, you will find vanilla essence as a main ingredient. However, it is an optional ingredient that serves to add more aroma and flavor to the porridge. See the recipe:

  1. Heat 1 cup of skim milk and turn the heat down when bubbles start to form.
  2. Then add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes, 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence and stir until the point of porridge.

9. Recipe with cloves

Fit oatmeal with cloves is also quite simple to prepare. Check out:

  1. In a saucepan, heat 1 cup of skim milk to a point before boiling. After that, put on low/medium heat
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and clove powder to taste. Stir well until you reach the point of porridge
  3. Then place in a bowl or mug and serve.

10. Gingerbread version

Ginger oatmeal is not well known for its flavor, but it is definitely super potent for weight loss. Another advantage of this porridge is that it can be salted, if you add a few pinches of salt during the recipe.

  1. Heat 1 cup of skim milk in a saucepan. When bubbles form, lower the heat.
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and powdered ginger to taste, but beware that the ginger taste is very strong
  3. Then mix well until the point of porridge. This is also when you can add a pinch of salt to make the porridge salty, but this is optional.

11. With apple

Many people love to eat oatmeal with apples. In addition to being super tasty, this porridge is excellent to start the day well. See how to prepare:

  1. Peel and cut 1 apple into medium pieces
  2. Place in a saucepan and add approximately 1 cup of water and a few pinches of cinnamon. Bring to a boil and stir from time to time so as not to burn. Process until the water dries. After that, set aside the boiled apples
  3. In the same pot, add 1 cup of skimmed or whole milk and heat until blistering. Then put on low heat
  4. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir until the point of porridge
  5. Finally add the boiled apples and mix
  6. Ready! Can eat/serve.

12. Cocoa powder in the recipe

Adding cocoa powder to oatmeal brings out that light natural chocolate flavor. In addition to leaving everything with a delicious aroma in the kitchen. Learn the preparation:

  1. In a pan with 1 cup of hot (but not boiled) skim milk, add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and 1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder
  2. Then, stir well until you reach the point of porridge
  3. Ready! Serve. It’s great to eat with banana slices.

13. Fit oatmeal with honey

Oatmeal with honey is not as fit as the other options, but it is delicious and can also be used in slimming diets. See the recipe:

  1. Heat 1 cup of skimmed milk and place on low heat just before boiling
  2. Then add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir until the point of porridge
  3. Finally, place in a bowl and add 1 tablespoon of natural bee honey over the porridge.

14. Recipe with raisins

The oatmeal with raisins is a tasty, light and great option for both breakfast and late night snacks. Learn to do:

  1. In a pan with 1 cup of hot, but not boiled, skim milk, add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and mix until the point is mush.
  2. Then turn off the heat and add 1 tablespoon filled with raisins. book for 3 minutes
  3. Finally, place in a bowl and serve.

15. Fit oatmeal with dried or candied fruit

Adding dried or candied fruit to oatmeal is great for giving that improved flavor, as well as continuing to be a nutritious and healthy food. See the recipe:

  1. In a pan with 1 cup of hot skim milk (without boiling), add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and mix until the point of porridge
  2. Then turn off the heat and add 1 tablespoon of dried or candied fruit of your choice. Mix well
  3. Finally, place in a bowl and serve.

16. Light porridge with plums

The oatmeal with prunes is delicious and helps to keep the body healthy. See the recipe:

  1. Heat 1 cup of skimmed milk
  2. When it is close to boiling, lower the heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir until the porridge point
  3. Then place in a bowl and add approximately 5 prunes
  4. Consume then.

17. Fit oatmeal with coconut milk

The light and fit oatmeal with coconut milk is a great option for people who do not consume milk of animal origin, either by choice or medical contraindication. See the recipe:

  1. In a saucepan, add 1 cup of coconut milk and heat, but do not bring to a boil.
  2. When bubbles start to form, turn the heat down and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes. Stir until the porridge point.

18. With almond milk

Another option for those who do not consume animal milk is to make oatmeal using almond milk. It also works very well and is delicious. Check out:

  1. In a saucepan, add 1 cup of almond milk and heat, but do not bring to a boil.
  2. Then lower the heat and add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes. Stir until the porridge point.

19. Option with nuts

Fit oatmeal with nuts is simply amazing in flavor and healthy nutrients. It’s also very simple to prepare. See the recipe:

  1. In a saucepan, heat 1 cup of skim milk to a point before boiling (when it starts bubbling along the sides of the saucepan). So put it on low heat
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir over low heat until the point of porridge
  3. Finally, place in a bowl and add walnuts to taste over the porridge.

20. Oatmeal with almonds

The fit oatmeal with almonds follows the same premise as the porridge with walnuts. See how to do it:

  1. In a saucepan, heat 1 cup of skim milk to a point before boiling (when it starts bubbling along the sides of the saucepan). So put it on low heat
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of oat flakes and stir over low heat until the point of porridge
  3. Finally, place in a bowl and add a handful of almonds over the porridge.

How many calories is in an oatmeal?

This is a value that depends on the recipe you follow and what ingredients are used. For example, the recipe made with just 1 cup/glass of skim milk and 2 1/2 tablespoons of oat flakes has only 224 calories.

This is a very low value for a breakfast, for example. Even with the addition of a fruit, the value is still adequate for a healthy and slimming diet. If the porridge is made with water instead of milk, the value decreases to approximately 100 calories.

Ellie Lauderdale

My name is Ellie Lauderdale, MD and I am USA based professional Nutritionist .

I am a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and board certified specialist in sports dietetics who is trained in integrative medicine. I have worked with hundreds of clients, from those suffering with chronic disease to professional and olympian athletes. My goal is to help optimize you from the inside so that you can feel, perform, and look your best on the outside.

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