Well, we had one good week of fall weather friends :/ I don't know about you, but my taste buds undergo a major transformation whenever the seasons change. And it's nothing to gripe about! At The Meal Planning Method, we encourage our students to work WITH your taste buds versus against them -- research recipes that appeal to your palate, whether it's a type of cuisine (Indian, Thai, Mexican, Mediterranean, etc.) or food influenced by the weather (soups & stews vs. salads, warm meals vs. sandwiches).
Today, we're sharing one of our super simple go-to breakfasts (aka Breakfast "Master Meals") when the weather gets cooler out. Keep scrolling to learn more!
Oatmeal is so under-rated y'all! Oats -- no matter if instant, quick cook, old-fashioned, or steel-cut -- are ALL 100% whole grain, a good source of fiber and offer pretty much same nourishment (same calories, fiber and protein per serving). In addition, oats are VERY affordable (we're talking <$0.10 per serving) and super versatile in terms of what you can top them off with. If this still doesn't have your attention, this Peanut Butter and Banana Oatmeal recipes we're sharing has NO sugar-added, is naturally sweetened, and lower in fat thanks to the peanut powder (which is >80% less fat than regular peanut butter). Check it out!
NO SUGAR-ADDED PB & BANANA OATMEAL
That's it guys! So simple and balanced for your fall or winter morning.
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