4 Breakfasts with Oatmeal to Speed Up Metabolism

· April 4, 2018
Oatmeal is a very nutritious and versatile cereal that's worth frequently incorporating into our daily diets.

Breakfasts that include oatmeal are very practical because they are easy to prepare. They are also economical and very nutritious. On the other hand, they help you to lose weight without having to put forth much effort.

Oatmeal is a food that can speed up metabolism due to that fact that it contains multiple vitamins and minerals. These help to regulate levels of sugar in the body.

Due to this function, the body takes advantage of this more efficient way of utilizing food.

Benefits of an Oatmeal Breakfast

Oatmeal is a grain rich in soluble fiber that causes a feeling of immediate satisfaction. Because of this, it’s beneficial if we want to avoid overeating or eating unnecessary quantities of foods high in calories.

Also, this type of fiber reduces the absorption of cholesterol in the blood. Regular consumption helps to avoid cardiovascular problems, especially those related to the heart.

To be sure to get the benefits of these breakfasts with oatmeal, it’s recommended not to include too many ingredients in the preparation and to opt for a natural preparation, which would be just the oats.  This way, you’ll be sure to exclude unnecessary foods that can overpower the effects of the oats.

Also read: Why is oatmeal so healthy? Tips for eating it.

1.  Oatmeal with apples and cinnamon

The first of these oatmeal breakfasts is delicious, sweet and creamy. That’s why it’s ideal to begin cold days with this one.


•  1 cup of rolled oats

•  2 cups of almond milk

•  1 apple cubed apples

•  2 tablespoons of cinnamon

•  2 tablespoons of maple syrup


•  In a medium pan mix the almond milk, the oats, the cinnamon, and the maple syrup.

•  Stir occasionally to avoid the mixture sticking to the pan.

•  Keep on the heat until all the milk is almost all absorbed.

•  Take off the heat, add the apple pieces and stir.

•  Let sit for 15 minutes.

•  Sprinkle a little bit of cinnamon over the oatmeal and enjoy.

2.  Cinnamon and raisin cookies

If you don’t care for raisins you can always use your preferred fruit: walnuts, hazelnuts, cranberries, dried apricots, etc.

With this recipe you will be able to make 30 cookies. We recommend that you limit yourself to 4 or 5 cookies for breakfast.


•  3/4 cup of wheat flour

•  1/2 tablespoon of baking soda

 •  1 teaspoon of sea salt

•  2 tablespoons of butter at room temperatur

•  1 cup of brown sugar

•  1 tablespoon of vanilla extract

•  1/2 cup of natural apple juice

•  2 cups of quick oats

•  1 cup of raisins

•  1 tablespoon of cinnamon

•  oil in spray form

•  1 egg


•  Prepare the pan for the oven with the oil spray and put aside.

•  In a small bowl miss the flour, baking soda, cinnamon and salt.

•  In a large bowl beat the butter, sugar, egg and vanilla.

•  When the mix is creamy, add the apple juice and 1/3 cup of water.

•   Stir until well mixed.

•  Refrigerate for 2 hours

•  Preheat the oven to 350.

•  Bake the ix for 15 minutes in the oven (or until the cookies are hard)

3. Pear, ginger and oatmeal smoothie

Maybe you’re not a fan of cooking, but you would like to try breakfasts with oatmeal. In this case, try this delicious smoothie.


•  1/2 cup of almond milk

•  1/2 teaspoon of recently grated ginger

•  3  tablespoons of oats

•   1 ice cube

•   1/2 cup of natural low fat Greek yogurt

•   1/2 pear


• In a blender, liquefy all of the ingredients until the mixture is homogenized. Serve and enjoy.

See this article: 4 Ways to lose weight with oatmeal.

4. Oatmeal with Strawberries and Cream

One of the most popular flavors and most consumed recipes of prepared oatmeal includes strawberries and cream.


•  1 cup of water

•  1/2 cup of natural rolled oats

•  1/2 stick of cinnamon

•  1 teaspoon of balsamic vinegar

•   2 tablespoons of Greek yogurt

•  1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

•  1/2 cup of chopped strawberries

•  1 tablespoon of honey


•  In a small pan add the water, cinnamon and oats.

•  Cover the pan and wait for the water to boil.

•  When it reaches the boiling point, turn down the heat.

•  In a small bowl mix the strawberries with the balsamic vinegar.

•  Mash the berries to obtain a puree and add the yogurt, the vanilla, and the honey.

•  Mix all the ingredients and put aside.

•  When the oats have absorbed all of the water, add the strawberry puree.

• Keep on the heat for 2 minutes, than take from the heat and serve.