Creamy Oatmeal with Fruit: FREE Printable Recipe Guide for Children

April 4, 2012

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Lately, we’ve been all over the place here at waddlee-ah-chaa. The blog has reflected our crazy, scattered lives. So it’s time to regroup and get back on track with our series on Printable Breakfast Recipes for Children.

I know, I know some people do not like oatmeal. Why? Actually, I can understand if they’re making that 1 minute paste like stuff. Oatmeal must be the Old Fashioned Oats! I love oatmeal because it is easy for the kiddos to make themselves and they love it because it is sweet, creamy and topped with their favorite fruits. FREE Printable Recipe Guide at the end of this post.

Ingredients:

  • 1/3 cup oatmeal
  • 2/3 cup water
  • 1 tsp. blue agave *
  • dash of cinnamon
  • pinch of salt
  • fruit
  • 1 tbsp cream

Tools

  • bowl (microwave safe)
  • measuring cups/spoons
  • spoon
  • microwave

Step 1:  In a microwave safe bowl combine oatmeal, water, blue agave, cinnamon and salt.

  • you can use blue agave, honey or a dash of stevia

Step 2:  Microwave for 2 minutes.

Step 3:  Carefully cut fruit into bite size pieces.

Step 4:   Top with cream and fruit. Yummy!

* Yes, I know cream is fattening! The kiddos eat pretty darn healthy and we do not drink cow’s milk. Once a week, they get to indulge in one tablespoon of cream on their oatmeal. They think it is such a deliciously, rich treat. I think it teaches them how to eat healthy without totally depriving themselves from the good things in life! It’s all about balance.

Print this Recipe Guide FREE: Creamy Oatmeal with Fruit

 

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Robin August 5, 2013 at 6:38 am

Love the recipe cards, and having the kids cook is even more than exciting! I have to comment about the cream. Actually if we would put back the good fats in our diet and take away all the bad fats we would all be healthier. Good fats are important for brain health and over all supports the body. I like giving children good clean healthy choices rather than the bad junky dead food that is advertised. Thanks for this wonderful way to help children have fun in the kitchen.

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