Prep 2 mins
Cook 5 mins
No milk, no sugar, but delicious, healthy and filling. The fruit provides the sweetness. It's very quick and filling too.
- Mix all together in a microwave bowl.
- Cook for 5 minutes on High.
Very nice breakfast. I used my scale to measure out the oatmeal (regular, not quick cooking) and then added the banana and water. The back of my package said to cook it on medium in the microwave, but I followed the directions in this recipe and was happy with the consistency. I did pout some vanilla soymilk on top because I like the contrast of the liquid and I also like the subtle sweetness and vanilla with the oatmeal and banana. An easy healthy breakfast. Thanks!
I like this recipe as well but I add a touch of honey.
Since Karl and I are big oatmeal eaters, I tripled the amount of oatmeal (i.e. to about 1 cup). However, when I considered the amount of water I usually add to oatmeal, I only doubled it from the recipe, and also only used two bananas. I think it would have been kind of soupy with more water/bananas. I also added a pinch of salt. The results were very good; oatmeal with a rich banana flavour that did not require any further sweetener, although we did serve it, as is our custom, with rice milk.