Fig Bar Inspired Oatmeal Recipes!

Posted on in Health + Lifestyle, Kids + Family by Abbie Walker

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January is National Oatmeal Month! Did you know oatmeal is one of the best things to eat for breakfast? Here’s why:

  • It’s a great source of fiber
  • It can lower cholesterol
  • Oats are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, folate and potassium

To celebrate National Oatmeal Month, we decided to spruce up our oatmeal with different variations of fruit and fig bars. Fig bars aren’t just great alone… they’re also amazing in oatmeal. Don’t believe us? Give it a try! Be sure to let us know how your new breakfast tastes by tagging @naturesbakery on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Happy cooking!

To read more about the benefits of eating oatmeal click here:

http://www.webmd.com/diet/oatmeal-benefits

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Read the instructions on the packaging of your oatmeal brand of choice. Make your oatmeal into the consistency you like by adding more, or less, hot water.

Add freshly washed raspberries into your oatmeal (you can smash them up and stir them into your oatmeal or garnish the top, or both like we did.) Throw in some walnuts. Cut up a half of your Raspberry Fig Bar and add it in and enjoy!

*For more sweetness instead of adding sugar try adding a tablespoon of honey.

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Read the instructions on the packaging of your oatmeal brand of choice. Make your oatmeal into the consistency you like by adding more, or less, hot water.

Add a 3rd of a sliced banana. 1 sliced strawberry. And some walnuts. Don’t forget to cut a half of a Strawberry Fig Bar and throw on top!

*For more sweetness instead of adding sugar try adding a tablespoon of honey.

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Read the instructions on the packaging of your oatmeal brand of choice. Make your oatmeal into the consistency you like by adding more, or less hot water.

Add freshly washed blueberries into your oatmeal Throw in some sliced almonds. Cut up a half of your Blueberry Fig Bar and add it right in. Yum!

*For more sweetness instead of adding sugar try adding a tablespoon of honey.

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Read the instructions on the packaging of your oatmeal brand of choice. Make your oatmeal into the consistency you like by adding more, or less, hot water.

Dice a half of a green apple. Add the apple to the oatmeal before adding the hot water, that way the apples get soft. Add a tablespoon of brown sugar and you Apple Cinnamon Fig Bar and enjoy!

 

 

 


Abbie Walker

I am born and raised Nevadan who loves the outdoors! I have played soccer my whole life, but now I am pursuing other adventures, like bike riding, rock climbing, hiking, trail running, yoga, backpacking and more. I try to be adventurous and enjoy life.


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