Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 min

Heart Healthy Breakfast item which is delicious! Stick to your ribs for energy and liked by both adults and kids. May be doubled or tripled easily. Old fashioned oats maybe used -- see amounts in recipe directions.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Add salt to water. Bring water to boiling point and add oats. Boil for one minute. Remove and pour into serving bowl. (If using old fashioned oats use 3/4 cup of oats and 1 1/2 cups water. Boil for 5 minutes.)
  2. Top oats with brown sugar, sliced banana and walnuts. Pour milk over oatmeal. (May use more milk if preferred.).
  3. Enjoy!
Most Helpful

Made this yesterday and DS age 6 said "Now this is the way to eat oatmeal!" The rest of the family that was home enjoyed it very much as well. It is a definite keeper. I used the last of my walnuts in our Easter carrot cake, so I topped the oatmeal with slivered almonds which were very tasty as well. Thanks for posting this recipe. Made and reviewed for the 39th AUS/NZ Recipe Swap.

Chef Buggsy Mate April 08, 2010

I used sugar coated roasted walnuts and it was so yummy! This fed one adult and an always hungry baby,though she skipped the walnuts. Thanks for sharing.

littlemafia February 02, 2010

This was a seriously yummy recipe! Gave me a chance to enjoy walnuts (which I don't normally eat but want to now!). And I simply love bananas. This made for such a filling meal. I micro'd 1/2 cup rolled oats w/ 2/3 cup skim milk (my normal amts). I added a Splenda pkt & a little cinn after cooking, but next time will try the brown sugar. The Splenda seemed to make it a tad too sweet for me, but the cinn was wonderful. I added about 1 tsp of mini choc chips along w/ the walnuts for topping, which made a great combo. Thank u so much for sharing!

LUVMY2BOYS May 15, 2011