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8 Recipes to prepare oats in an incredible and practical way

8 Recipes to prepare oats in an incredible and practical way

Some recipes are like a warm hug in the stomach. You eat and immediately feel happier with the astral up there. Do you have a better dish than oatmeal to illustrate this sense of comfort?

And the best news comes now: Nesfit has a mix of oats and whole grains which is an easy option to prepare your porridge, it's the Nesfit Oats Mix. With a little milk, fruits, seeds and natural sweeteners, like honey, you can prepare a delicious breakfast, an enhanced snack or even a more elaborate dessert without even getting near the stove or having to wait a day for the other - the known "overnight".

Versatility every day

With such practicality, Nesfit Oats Mix is ​​the perfect outlet for those who have a hectic routine and do not give up eating well and healthy. Oats can be considered a "super cereal" already brings numerous benefits to our body. The grain contains proteins, iron, zinc and magnesium. When consumed every day, oats can help lower bad cholesterol while avoiding cardiovascular disease.

Another great benefit of oats is to promote satiety for longer. This is possible because the grain is rich in soluble fibers, which absorb water and create a kind of gel in the stomach, keeping hunger out of the way. In addition to oats, Nesfit Oats Mix is ​​composed of 5 cereals: oats, quinoa, barley, corn and rice. Without added sugar, it is certified as Cereal Integral Ingredient # 1, a seal that shows that the main ingredient of the product is integral.

Write down the recipes

We separate practical and flavorful recipes for you to have several nutritional options to include the oatmeal in your food.

Oatmeal, banana and cinnamon

Ingredients:

100 ml of skim milk

  • 2 tablespoons (soup) Nesfit Oats Mix
  • 1 banana
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
  • Honey or another sweetener to taste
  • Preparation: mix the cold milk and Nesfit Oatmeal Mix in a container until standing homogeneous. Cut three banana slices and separate. Knead the rest of the fruit with a fork and mix in the porridge, with the sweetener chosen. Finally, sprinkle the cinnamon and garnish with the three banana slices.
  • Oats porridge with chia and pear

Ingredients:

100 ml skim milk

  • 2 tablespoons Nesfit Oats Mix
  • Half a spoon (soup) of chia
  • 1 small pear chopped
  • 1 tablespoon almonds in lacquer
  • Honey or another sweetener to taste
  • How to prepare: the chia and Nesfit Oatmeal Mix until you get a creamy and homogeneous porridge. Finish with chopped fruit and add the sweetener of your choice. Sprinkle the almonds into chips after you have finished.
  • Red fruit porridge with almonds

Ingredients:

100 ml skim milk

  • 2 tablespoons Nesfit Oats Mix
  • 1 tablespoon (soup) of 2 tablespoons red berries
  • 1 tablespoon chopped almonds
  • 1 mint garnish to decorate
  • How to prepare: mix Nesfit Oats Mix to the cold milk until you get a creamy porridge. Then cover with jelly, red fruits and almonds in splinters. Finish with the mint leaf. >
  • 100 ml skim milk
  • 2 tablespoons Nesfit Oatmeal Mix

Banana honey, honey and walnuts

Ingredients:

  • Half banana sliced ​​
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts
  • How to prepare: Mix Nesfit Oats Mix to the cold milk until obtaining a creamy and homogenous porridge. Then, place the banana slices, the honey and finalize with the chopped nuts. Serve cold
  • Mango porridge with coconut
  • Ingredients:

100 ml skim milk

2 tablespoons Nesfit Oats Mix

  • 2 tablespoons chopped mango
  • 1 tablespoon fresh coconut
  • Method: In a bowl, combine Nesfit Oats Mix with the cold milk until you get a creamy and homogeneous porridge. Put the mango pieces and finalize with the fresh coconut grated or in blades. (
  • ) Ingredients:
  • 100 ml skimmed milk

2 tablespoons Nesfit Oatmeal Mix

1 tablespoon (soup)

  • chopped papaya
  • 2 tablespoons chopped strawberries
  • Half tablespoon chopped cashew nuts
  • Method: In a bowl, combine Nesfit Oats Mix in cold milk until you get a creamy porridge and homogeneous. Put the chopped fruits and finalize with the cashew nuts. Serve cold
  • Oatmeal with guava puree and flaxseed
  • Ingredients:

100 ml skim milk

2 tablespoons Nesfit Oatmeal Mix

  • 3 sliced ​​guavas kneaded and sifted
  • 2 slices guava
  • Half a tablespoon of flaxseed
  • Method: In a bowl, combine the milk and Nesfit Oatmeal Mix until smooth and creamy. Cover the mixture with the guava puree and garnish with the slices of the fruit. Finish with flaxseed
  • Porridge with fruit salad
  • Ingredients:

100 ml skim milk

2 tablespoons Nesfit Oats Mix

  • Half a spoonful of kiwi chopped
  • Half spoon (chopped) strawberry
  • Half spoon (soup) chopped pineapple
  • Half spoon (soup) chopped mango
  • How to prepare: mix the cold milk and Nesfit Oatmeal Mix until to obtain a creamy and homogeneous porridge. Put the fruits, mix and serve ice
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