Breakfast for dinner or dinner for breakfast, whatever you call it there’s always time for oatmeal. Taking a twist on the more traditional sweet toppings and flavors, we love to experiment with savory oatmeal at Coach’s Oats. One added benefit of eating savory oatmeal for breakfast is, the chance to sneak more veggies into your day. Oatmeal is such a versatile vessel and the recipe creations are endless. Go ahead, think of any type of cuisine. Got it? Now, let us know and we’ll create an … [Read more...] about Savory Greek Oatmeal
Family, friends, laughter and food-a list of four fantastic things for which to be thankful. At Coach’s Oats, we’re also incredibly grateful for our fans. We love hearing how you incorporate Coach’s Oats into your daily lives, how you spread the word about our oats with others, and how you share recipes using Coach’s Oats in new and delicious ways. If we’re fortunate enough to be included on your Thanksgiving table this year please feel free to share with us! You can email us or share on … [Read more...] about Thanksgiving Recipe Roundup
We’re bringing savory back! Oatmeal is such a versatile grain, and with just a few spices the traditional breakfast cereal can be transformed to meet any taste bud’s craving. Enter Taco Tuesday. There’s no need to miss out on one of the most festive food days. Turn your breakfast into a fiesta that you and your waistline can enjoy weekly! [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:2] [Read more...] about ¡Tac-Oats Tuesday!
Risotto recipes easily can be converted into savory oatmeal dishes. Swap out the traditional risotto rice for Coach's Oats® oatmeal. The texture of Coach's Oats® holds up during the longer cooking process and adds the nutritional benefits of potassium, dietary fiber and protein. This goat cheese risotto dish is best served as a rich side dish. Adjust the amount of goat cheese depending on your desired intensity of the dish. For vegetarian option … [Read more...] about Goat Cheese Risotto
Easy to make and easier to eat, meatloaf is a good source of protein and iron. Using oatmeal in meatloaf is an effective way to add fiber and lighten this traditional dish. Ingredients: 1 1/2 lbs lean ground beef (85% lean)