Use 3/4 cup of Old Fashion Quaker Oats and add it to 1.5 cups of boiling water. Cooking on medium temp for about 3 minutes and watch to make sure it doesn't boil over. Stirriing all the while. When done remove from stove pour the oatmeal into a bowl. Top with sliced banana, almonds, raisins, and cinnamon. Mix well and eat while still hot.
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Heart Health Keep up the life you love. 100% whole grain Quaker ® Oats can help reduce cholesterol as a part of a healthy heart diet.*. A healthy outside starts from the inside so fill up on some inspiration below *Diets rich in whole grain foods …
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Strawberries & Cream Keto Oatmeal Stir in strawberries, coconut cream, and vanilla extract. Cinnamon Roll Keto Oatmeal Stir in cinnamon and …
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Also learn how to make overnight oats, oatmeal bowl, blended oatmeal and more.Made with heart-healthy* 100% whole grain Quaker® …
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To make this low carb oatmeal in the microwave, add all ingredients except the vanilla to a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high until …
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Weight Loss Benefits of Oatmeal. If you're following a liberal or moderate low-carb diet, it's worth fitting in oatmeal on a regular basis as it may have specific weight-loss benefits from its fiber and protein contents. One …
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Can oatmeal still be your go-to breakfast or snack when you are following a lower-carb or low-GI way of eating?
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Use nonfat or low-fat dairy products. You can reduce the amount of calories and fat in many recipes by replacing full fat dairy products with their nonfat or low-fat counterparts. Use buttermilk, which is 1.5% fat, instead of whole milk in your favorite cake or cookie recipes, for example. If your recipe calls for sour cream, try plain nonfat yogurt, instead. Fat-free cheeses …
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Oatmeal Nutrition Facts. A 3.5 oz. serving size (100 grams) of oats contain about 389 total calories. Breaking down these calories, you can find 17 grams of protein, 66 grams of carbs, 56 grams of net carbs, 10 grams of fiber, and 7 grams of fat [ * ]. Yes, you read that right — 56 grams of net carbs per serving.
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Made with Heart Healthy 100% Whole Grain Quaker® Oats*. *Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of heart disease. 35% less sugar* than regular flavored Quaker Instant Oatmeal. *Sugar content (on 55g basis): Lower Sugar Maple & Brown Sugar: 7g.
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In addition to the high fiber that helps to regulate blood sugar and lower glycemic index, it is heart-healthy and helps drastically lower cholesterol. However, a boring bowl of oatmeal can be a pretty one-note way to start your day, so getting some exciting flavors is a great way to spice up your oats without too much unnecessary sugar. From overnight oats and oatmeal breakfast …
Heck, for 23g, you could eat 2 1/2 bowls of Special K, get a lot more nutrition into you and feel much more full. If you really crave oatmeal then I would make "real" oatmeal and enjoy it as a special treat - but for most meals you should eat something more healthy. Lisa Shea's Library of Low Carb Books
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Healthy Cake Pops. Made with oatmeal, chia seeds, and almonds, these better-for-you cake pops are full of fiber and omega-3 fatty acids to help to keep you full and minimize blood sugar spikes. With 3 grams of protein each, …
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1 Heart-Healthy; 2 Basic Oatmeal; 3 Nutritional content; 4 Low Gi Score; 5 Fibre-Rich; 6 Lower blood sugar. 7 Feeling Full; 8 Temporary increase in insulin sensitivity; 9 Do’s and don’ts of oatmeal and diabetes; 10 Comment; This means that what you eat makes an enormous difference. Eating foods that are high in fibre and nutrients but low in unhealthy fat and sugar …
One serving (31 g) of Quaker ® instant oatmeal supplies 30% of the daily amount of fibres shown to help reduce cholesterol. Double yum! Part of a heart-healthy diet. A healthy diet low in saturated and trans fat may reduce the risk of heart disease. Quaker ® instant oatmeal is low in saturated and trans fats. Made with 100% whole grain
*Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods and low in saturated fat and cholesterol may help reduce the risk of heart disease, 3g daily of oat soluble fiber may help reduce the risk of heart disease. Quaker Old Fashioned and Quick 1-Minute Oats provide 2g per serving, and Quaker Instant Oatmeal provides 1g per serving.
Sugar in a Quaker Oats Old Fashion Oatmeal is about 1 g and the amount of protein in a Quaker Oats Old Fashion Oatmeal is approximately 5 g. Please refer to the nutrition facts label seen to the left for a full breakdown of complete nutrition found in a Quaker Oats Old Fashion Oatmeal .
Keto Oatmeal: 5-Minute Low Carb N’oats. You can always have keto noatmeal. With this recipe you never have to worry about feeling deprived of this go-to breakfast comfort food. This meal is sure to keep you in ketosis with it’s shocking macronutrients of only one gram of net carbs and 44 grams of fat per one serving.
Cinnamon & Spice Instant Oatmeal Per 1 packet (43 g): 160 calories, 2 g fat (0.5 g saturated fat, 0.5 g polyunsaturated fat, 1 g monounsaturated fat), 210 mg sodium, 32 g carbs (3 g fiber, 1 g soluble fiber, 11 g sugar), 4 g protein This is your basic Quaker oats packet of rolled oats, sugar, caramel color, and a touch of cinnamon. 10