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Turbocharge Your Breakfast with This Protein-Packed Oatmeal Recipe

Finding a quick, filling and healthy breakfast option can be incredibly challenging. When you’re running out the door in the morning, you probably don’t have time to make something hearty that will keep you satisfied until lunch.

This apple cinnamon refrigerator oatmeal recipe is a great solution! Not only is it filled with nutrients, but this oatmeal recipe takes just a few minutes to make. The dish can be prepared the night before and then put in the fridge overnight so that you can grab it and go in the morning.

Oatmeal poses a variety of health benefits. According to Healthline, half a cup of dry oats packs 20 percent of the recommended daily intake of iron, 20 percent of zinc and 39 percent of vitamin B1. Oats also have a low glycemic index, which can be beneficial for health. Low glycemic foods typically release glucose at a slow rate. According to Harvard Health, they also “tend to foster weight loss.”

This recipe takes oatmeal’s great health benefits even further. One bowl has 20 percent of the daily value of calcium, sweet cinnamon overtones and is topped with apples for extra nutritional value. The recipe also includes a scoop of BiPro Whey Protein Isolate and chia seeds to up the protein content. Protein is not only great for muscle health, but can also help satisfy the appetite and keep you full until lunch.

Overall, this nutrient-dense bowl is the perfect breakfast to give you energy through the morning. Here’s how easy it is to make it!

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Place all ingredients except fruit into a 10-12 ounce bowl or container. Mix well.
  2. Stir in fruit.
  3. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  4. Stir before eating.
  5. May be heated in the microwave if desired.

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