February 22


Eat Dessert For Breakfast: High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal [Recipe]

February 22, 2021

This Filling, High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal Is Perfectly Sweet & Delicious

Eat Dessert For Breakfast: High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal [Recipe]

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When it comes to breakfasts, a classic bowl of oatmeal really cant be beat. Hot, creamy, and filling… this breakfast option always hits the spot when the weather turns colder.

So right now in the middle of winter is the perfect time to enjoy a warm, hearty bowl of oatmeal.

Of course, many people shy away from oats, thinking theyre going to be gluey or gross. Well, if you think that, youve been making them wrong!

This banana oatmeal recipe tastes just like dessert… and it has a secret hidden ingredienta whole egg whisked in! This adds a hearty punch of staying power, allowing you to stay satiated all morning long.

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So if youre used to eating breakfast and then getting hungry again in just a couple of hours (or less!)… dont worry. This delicious oatmeal recipe wont leave you hungry like that.

(So you won’t have to go digging in the back of the pantry to find SOMETHING to fill you up until lunchtime… or open the fridge every 5 minutes to see what new food has magically appeared… or find the snacks you hid in your desk drawer…)

In fact, this oatmeal is the perfect choice to keep you feeling full (but not overly heavy or stuffed) until lunchtime.

With a touch of honey, a dash of walnuts, and a sprinkle of cinnamon, youll think youre getting a special treat when youre actually getting a super healthy breakfast meal!

It’s so delicious that I wouldn’t be surprised if you want to eat it more than once a week…

And I won’t tell if you do! It’s really like a nice bowl of dessert for breakfast (but much healthier)… which I think we all need every once in a while! 😉

(By the way, try serving it to your kids! They’ll feel like they’re eating a real treat… and you’ll feel great knowing that you’re giving them a great, healthy breakfast to start off their day.)

So if you want to see how to make banana pudding oatmeal that tastes perfectly sweet and rich… yet is also very healthy and filling…

Heres how its done:

Eat Dessert For Breakfast: High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal [Recipe]

FTHs High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal

(Gluten Free, High Protein, Vegetarian, Low GI, Dairy Free)

Serves 4


  • 1 cup of rolled oats
  • 2 cups of non-dairy milk (soy or almond)
  • 2 extra ripe bananas, mashed
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 2 whole eggs, whisked
  • cup walnuts
  • 2 Tbsp honey
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1) In a medium-sized saucepan, combine rolled oats and non-dairy milk. Cook until simmering and oats are soft.

2) Add mashed bananas and vanilla extract, and cook until smooth and blended.

3) In another bowl, beat eggs until light and frothy. Slowly stir into oat mixture, making sure you stir constantly to avoid lumps.

4) Turn off heat and add cinnamon.

5) Separate oats into four bowls. Top with 1 Tbsp of walnuts per portion, and Tbsp of honey. Enjoy hot!

Eat Dessert For Breakfast: High-Protein Banana Pudding Oatmeal [Recipe]

Why Oatmeal Is So Healthy (And A Great Food to Help You Feel Full!)

As much as oatmeal has a reputation for being plain (but this recipe is NOT)… it also has a reputation for being healthy.

And that isnt without reason.

(But it doesn’t mean it isn’t delicious! Prepared like this, in a banana pudding oatmeal… or many other tasty recipes… oatmeal doesn’t taste “bland” or “boring” at all.)

Oatmeal is actually an incredibly nutritious food. It contains fiber and carbs… as well as more protein (13 grams in half a cup!) and fat than most grains.

In addition, oats are full of vitamins and minerals. One half cup of dry oats contains:

  • Manganese (191% of your RDI!)
  • Magnesium
  • Phosphorus
  • Potassium
  • Calcium
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Zinc
  • Folate
  • Vitamin B1 (thiamin)
  • Vitamin B3 (niacin)
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
  • Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
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Whole oats also contain antioxidants. One particular class of antioxidants, called avenanthramides, is found almost exclusively in oats.

Avenanthramides have been shown to help lower blood pressure by increasing the production of nitric oxide. This is a gas molecule that helps to dilate blood vessels, leading to better blood flow.

A specific type of fiber found in oats also plays a part in oatmeals heart-healthy powers. This soluble fiber is called beta-glucan.

Beta-glucan has been found to help lower LDL (bad cholesterol) and total cholesterol levels. In addition, beta-glucan has been shown to reduce blood sugar and insulin response increase feelings of fullness (so then you dont feel hungry & eat less!)… and promote the growth of good bacteria in your digestive system.

In fact, beta-glucan is key to lots of the health benefits associated with oats. This is why you feel full when you eat oats… and also a huge part of why oats are so healthy for your heart and the rest of your body.

So the next time youre heading to the kitchen for breakfast, consider reaching for the oats instead of a processed cereal. Youll get a lot more nutritional benefits youll stay feeling full for longer and youll help your heart health, too!

And whenever possible, get whole oats rather than more processed versions. Those pre-packaged, flavored oatmeals might sound delicious but the oats are more highly processed.

That means some of their nutritional value could be compromised during processing.

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Plus, the flavorings (like peaches & cream, or maple brown sugar) usually contain artificial colorings artificial flavors extra salt maybe some preservatives and TONS of added sugars. Frankly, your body doesnt need thoseand they can even lead to unpleasant side effects! 

(Not to mention that you can get similar flavors that are just as delicious… and taste much less “artificial”… in a much healthier way!

Don’t be afraid to experiment with adding different fruits to your oatmeal… or tasty spices like cinnamon.)

So to get the full range of incredible health benefits offered by oatmeal, opt for the real thing. 🙂

And with a delicious, rich-tasting recipe like this one for banana pudding oatmeal… you wont miss those artificial flavors at all!

The One Ingredient In This Recipe That Can REALLY Help You Get Healthy

Oatmeal is always a healthy breakfast choice and this recipe really gives it that delicious flavor that kicks off morning just right.

But the real hero in this recipe is the egg.

Thats because the egg adds a TON of protein to this oatmeal recipe. Just one egg contains 6 grams of protein!

And since eating more protein helps you stay feeling full for longer the eggs in this recipe go a long way in managing hunger and keeping you full all the way until lunchtime.

(So you wont even have to go digging through your desk for hidden snacks and treats before lunch!)

In addition to helping you feel fuller for longer did you know that eating more protein can also help you boost your metabolism?

Yep! Its actually been proven in a scientific study.

In the study, researchers discovered that when people increased their daily protein intake by only 15-30% (which is totally doable)… they burned an average of 441 MORE calories every day.

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[This post was updated by Fit Trim Happy on September 4, 2020.]

Karyl Trejo

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