Good morning, Coach’s Oats fans! We’re here to let you know, that in the a.m. you can give the bread a break, save the sandwich for lunch and enjoy your favorite morning flavors from a bowl.
We can never say it enough, oatmeal is incredibly versatile. It’s so easy and fun to get creative with the grain. Think of your favorite recipe or flavors. Got it? Now, oatmeal-ize it.
You’ll likely be reducing your daily carbs and adding nutrition. Do you read the label or watch the ingredients you use? In a single piece of bread (even a healthful, whole grain selection), you’ll probably find numerous ingredients. With Coach’s Oats, the only ingredient you’ll have is whole grain oats. You can easily add all your favorite healthful, or slightly indulgent, toppings and truly have a limited ingredient meal.
Don’t believe us? Check it out:
We’ll jump on the trendy train and introduce you to Avocado Toast TOATS (see what we did there?).
Top your bowl of Coach’s Oats with all the avo-loving toppings you can think of and boom! Delicious. Here’s a bonus you don’t get with the toast: Add extra depth and flavor by cooking your oats in chicken or vegetable stock instead of water. (See full recipe below)
Let’s try a sandwich next. How about a classic? Peanut Butter and Jelly!
Look how easy it is to oatmeal-ize your bread go-to’s:
Peanut Butter and Jelly Oatmeal from Hungry Housewife
Not just transforming a single piece of toast, we’ll use Coach’s Oats to transform that whole loaf:
Baked Banana Nut Oatmeal from Patti Cakes
We can do this all day with any variety of bread. Forget that English Muffin:
Take those bagel or toast toppings on your oats and you a have a 3-ingredient meal in minutes:
And lastly, a breakfast favorite by all counts: French Toast, meet French Toast-Meal:
Try this Mixed Berry French Toast Oatmeal from Sweet Tooth Court
Or visit our post dedicated to the two breakfast favorites: French Toastmeal.
Is there a recipe you would like us to oatmeal-ize? Let us know!