So we’ve curated seven ridiculously inventive takes on traditional oatmeal from top food bloggers. Sweet or savory, these bowls have serious wow-factor and exude deliciousness. Consider them healthy Goldilocks approved. —Willa Tellekson-Flash
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Oatmeal doesn’t have to be sweet! Egg, avocado, parmesan, and (totally optional) ham make for a delicious bowl on the ultra-fueling side.
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Overnight oats are your busy morning’s best friend. The night before, mix ingredients together in a mason jar, refrigerate overnight, and your breakfast will be waiting for you when you wake up in the morning. “The oats still have some bite to them, and along with the chia seeds, which plump up after a few hours in the fridge, you get this killer weekday porridge that tastes good cold or hot,” writes Phoebe Lapine of Feed Me Phoebe.
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What happens when you take one breakfast trend (oatmeal) and add it to another (smoothie bowls)? A meal that’s as good for you as it is for your Instagram account. We love spiced apple because it’s practically the embodiment of fall, but Kitchen Konfidence’s Brandon provides several options to vary the flavor of your smoothie bowl. (There’s even a pumpkin spice option, so get that camera phone ready.)
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4. Savory Baked Oatmeal Skillet
Carey of Reclaiming Provincial is a self-proclaimed ex-picky eater—but even her mind’s been changed when it comes to oatmeal, thanks to this dish. “When you have those extra minutes to spare, this is so, so worth it, especially if you crack a couple eggs in there too,” she writes. “You get a crispy oatmeal top and some serious runny eggy goodness. It’s ridiculously delicious.”
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Fabulous figs are the star of this healthy recipe. And for good reason: “This oatmeal breakfast bowl is packed with energy boosting nutrients, fiber, and is rich in copper (a key nutrient in energy production) from the figs,” explains Donna Castellano, nutritionist and creator of The Hanging Spoon.
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Looking for a dairy-free oatmeal option that doesn’t taste like a boring beige breakfast? The sweet potato puree in this delicious recipe makes the porridge creamy, savory, and full of vitamins that will make your nutritionist happy. Factor in the cinnamon, vanilla, and cardamom, which give this breakfast a special brilliance, and you have a really yummy brunch plan.
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It turns out that blackberries and goat cheese are a match made in oatmeal heaven. “A small, yet salient, crumbling of goats’ cheese adds the perfect amount of tang against the sweet berries. The combination is decadent, savory, and honey-sweet at the same time,” writes Meghan Faulkner, the young blogger behind Oatgasm, a blog once solely devoted to—you guessed it—oatmeal recipes.
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