Oatmeal and protein: How to Make High Protein Oatmeal

November 12, 2019

Oatmeal and protein: How to Make High Protein Oatmeal

Are you bored of having the same monotonous healthy diet?

Want to try something new, delicious, yet healthy? Try this High Protein Oatmeal that promises to stimulate your taste buds, moods, and fitness every day!

Benefits of High Protein Oatmeal

High protein oatmeal becomes a tasty delight when cooked properly (even with assorted veggies). For its healthier and creamier version, plant-based protein powder is the best option to boost your excitement for breakfast. Also, it is a 5 min recipe, so a healthy & quick breakfast option for job goers as well.

Why Is It Important To Have a Protein-rich Breakfast?

Imagine a morning breakfast that promises wholesome health, active mind, and blossoming cells! This is possible when having a great portion of proteins in the morning since protein gives energy & the building blocks for muscles, tissues & bones.

On the contrary, imagine yourself on an empty stomach an hour or two after breakfast! This situation doesn't happen when you start your day with protein because it has satiating effects that make you feel full & satiated for long hours.

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How to Add More Protein to Your Oatmeal Recipe

Having oatmeal is a nutritious & healthy way of getting complex carbohydrates. However, with oatmeal, protein is often lacking. Protein can be added to oatmeal in numerous ways.

You can pour it from a shake on top of your oatmeal and fruit. You can mix in the protein, which creates a sweet flavor without sugar, plus give the best creamy texture. Nut Butter, fruits, granola, and coconut yogourt, can be added to complete the dish.

How to Make Your Oatmeal Recipe Healthier

Adding vegetables like cauliflower and chia seeds or flax seeds turns oatmeal healthier as both chia seeds & flax seeds are Omega-3 rich, which is an extremely high source of fiber.

A blend of chia seeds and protein powder promises satiety for long hours as chia seeds are like small sponges, which take in approx 5 times their weight in water.

Besides that, protein powder makes your oatmeal additionally milky and flavorful without the addition of sugar, sodium, or any artificial colors or flavors, provided you by a high-quality protein like Vegan Pro protein.

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Oatmeal with protein powder is the best way to get a healthy dose of fiber along with a good amount of protein.

Vegan Pro protein powder is a healthy, easy-digestible & non-bloating formula with low fat & carbohydrates and a high content of amino acid, omega-3/omega-6, magnesium, fiber, and BCAAs. Vegan Pro is good for allergies or food sensitivities as it's free from gluten, dairy, wheat, and lactose. Stay fuller, Stay Healthier!

What Vegetables Can You Add To Your Oatmeal?

Vegetable Oatmeal

Vegetables that can be added to oatmeal to make it even more healthy include - Cauliflower or frozen cauliflower rice, Pumpkin (it can be canned), shredded Zucchini with moisture squashed out and shredded Carrots.

To see how we use oats and vegan pro together, check out our Recipe section.




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