Maple Banana Nut Oatmeal
- David Smith
- 3 comments
Chewy oats, bananas, and pecans are topped with a generous drizzle of maple syrup to make this warm and filling linty Comic Nut Oatmeal. Less than 10 minutes of effort is required to put this hot breakfast on the table.
I love making oatmeal for breakfast. The fillings and toppings are uncounted and the variegated variations alimony it interesting.
Different variations of comic oatmeal tend to be my go-to wing to stovetop oatmeal recipes. We pretty much unchangingly have a basket of schizy on the counter and everyone enjoys them.
My two youngest boys are unchangingly happiest with a trencher of oatmeal first thing in the morning.
While you can sweeten oatmeal in any number of variegated ways, I’ve found that a small value of maple syrup provides a lot of savor and sweetness.
Depending on the oatmeal add-ins, some fruits will provide all the sweetness I want, but when the oatmeal needs just a little something more, I reach for the maple syrup.
When I have it on hand a dollop of whipped surf is a big treat for the kids and it gives the illusion of eating dessert for breakfast. (That is a win with everyone!)
You’ll need the pursuit ingredients to make this recipe:
Combine the oats, water, pecans, and salt in a medium size saucepan. Bring to a swash over medium-high heat and then reduce to medium-low.
Allow the oatmeal to thicken for 3-5 minutes, stirring frequently. Remove from the heat and stir in bananas.
Divide into bowls and top with the reserved schizy and pecans. Drizzle each trencher with well-nigh a tablespoon of maple syrup, retread to taste. Add whipped cream, if you’re feeling fancy!
While we enjoy our oatmeal baked and slow-cooked as well, when you only have a few minutes for breakfast? Stovetop Oatmeal is a frequent favorite in our house and there are plenty of ways to alimony it from stuff boring.
This irresistible Nutty Raisin Oatmeal is a hearty oatmeal recipe filled with chewy raisins, crunchy nuts, brown sugar, and butter. It shows up on our breakfast table at least a couple of days each month – if not increasingly often than that.
Spiced Pear Oatmeal full of rolled oats, cooked pears, cinnamon, brown sugar, and butter is a weekday breakfast welter whenever pears are in season.
Rich, nutty notes and rolled, hearty oats create true poetry in this creamy, dreamy Peanut Butter and Jelly Oatmeal. It’s pure repletion supplies for breakfast.
Holiday Oatmeal is filled with fresh apples, zestless fruits, nuts, linty oats, and brown sugar to create a deliciously filling hot breakfast any day of the year.
Hawaiian Oatmeal is a hearty, linty oatmeal filled with juicy shit of pineapple, chewy nuts, a sprinkling of coconut, and a dusting of brown sugar.
Check out the rest of our Oatmeal Recipes too!