Desserts don’t have to be bad for you. These cookies can satisfy that sweet tooth while still getting you simple, whole grains in your diet.
Do you shy away from oatmeal in the morning because it takes too long to make? Try this easy recipe that takes only two minutes in the microwave (and doesn’t come from a packet)!
Nothing says home better than oatmeal cookies. This dough can be mixed in one bowl. You can add your favorite dried fruits or chopped nuts, or change the spice to ginger or cinnamon.
To lower your cholesterol, here’s how much oatmeal you need to eat.
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If you’re looking for a simple breakfast that is healthy and keeps you full until lunch, look no further. Try overnight oats – or oats soaked in water, milk or yogurt overnight then topped with your choice of ingredients. Below are 7 flavorful combinations to get you off to a good start.