Chef Robert Irvine’s Healthy Oats Recipes 3 Ways



Oatmeal again? Yup, but not like you’ve ever had it before. Open your mind and surprise your palate with these three unique takes from a world-renowned chef!
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You might think oatmeal’s, well, oatmeal. Nothing special, just functional. But, if you ask Chef Robert Irvine, it’s the best morning meal there is. Unlike that stack of flap jacks or sugary cereal, it’ll keep you fuller, longer.

“Oatmeal gives you two hours of slow-burning carbohydrates,” Chef Irvine says.

What’s more, Irvine insists you’re definitely not limited to the same old flavors you’ve always known. Using one pot of oatmeal, you can follow Chef Irvine’s lead and create three different dishes with three very different flavor profiles. Give them a try, and tailor as desired—whether that means adding berries, peanuts, or even sriracha!

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| Ricotta And Fig Oatmeal |

Add a savory punch to your morning meal with this recipe. Topping the figs with warm oatmeal allows them to bloom, capturing the full flavor of their essential oils. The ricotta cheese adds texture and protein. Yum!

Ingredients
– Quick cooking rolled oats, 1/3 cup
– Water, 1/3 cup
– Dried figs, 1 oz.
– Ricotta cheese, 1 tbsp
– Stevia, 1 tbsp

Directions
1. Place dried figs in a bowl.
2. Add ricotta cheese.
3. Top with warm oatmeal, and serve.

Nutrition Facts
– Serving size: 1 bowl
– Recipe yields: 1 serving
– Calories: 242
– Fat: 4 g
– Carbs: 46 g
– Protein: 8 g

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| Almond Cherry Oatmeal |

The combination of tart cherries, slivered almonds, and sweet coconut give this dish a surprising range of flavors and textures. Don’t fear it. Dig in!

Ingredients

– Quick cooking rolled oats, 1/3 cup
– Dried cherries, 1 tbsp
– Dried coconut, 1 oz.
– Slivered almonds, 1/4 cup
– Water, 1/3 cup
– Stevia, 1 tbsp
– Salt to taste

Directions
1. Add dried cherries, coconut, and stevia to a bowl.
2. Mix in slivered almonds.
3. Top with warm oatmeal. Mix and serve.

Nutrition Facts
– Serving size: 1 bowl
– Recipe yields: 1 serving
– Calories: 539
– Fat: 31 g
– Carbs: 53 g
– Protein: 13 g

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| Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal |

This recipe is about three things: texture, flavor, and sweetness. From the sweet cinnamon-sugar combo to the crunch of the apples (which contrasts nicely with the smooth oatmeal), this meal will settle any hankering you’ve got for apple pie.

Ingredients
– Quick cooking rolled oats, 1/3 cup
– Water, 1/3 cup
– Diced apple, 1/2
– Cinnamon, 1 tsp
– Brown sugar, 1 tbsp
– Butter, 1 tbsp
– Stevia, 1 tbsp

Directions
1. Mix apple with cinnamon and brown sugar.
2. Top with warm oatmeal. Mix and serve.

Nutrition Facts
– Serving size: 1 bowl
– Recipe yields: 1 serving
– Calories: 344
– Fat: 15 g
– Carbs: 51 g
– Protein: 5 g

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13 Responses

  1. Ashi says:

    where are the macros man

  2. Google_ It says:

    Chest bigger than my future

  3. Josh Yianni says:

    This guys voice is great for cooking 😂😂😂

  4. dherko says:

    Sugar Sugar Sugar. Not healthy at all.

  5. mafz09081992 says:

    WTF IS THIS?? BRING BACK THE BUFF GIRLS!!

  6. Prathik says:

    well brown sugar is not healthy :/

  7. Trong VOBA says:

    these recipes look so yummy

  8. Iliya K says:

    Best oatmeal for me is – apple, cinemon, chia and honey with yogurt and milk.

  9. Remainder says:

    How about mixing some protein in there too?

  10. He looks very healthy!

  11. I'm a huge oatmeal fan too — though I'm always hesitant about adding sugar stuff to food. Dried cherries included. Best to just use fresh fruit and maybe some nuts. 👍

  12. Who's going to try these oatmeal recipes?
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