Nutrition and Fitness with Randa

Oatmeal Trifle

This recipe is a great way to get protein into your morning oatmeal.

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  1. Fantastic Job!! Nice editing. Look out Food Network!!

  2. Impressive video (and breakfast…)

  3. Thanks for watching, Sarah!

  4. how many servings would that be?

  5. This would be one serving. Many people are not eating this much for breakfast – meaning they are not eating enough! (Read my blog post called ‘Chicken for Breakfast’.) I hope you enjoy it! Another option is to trade out the greek yogurt for vanilla protein powder – whisk a scoop of protein powder in with milk or water then add to the cooked oatmeal.

  6. My family LOVES this recipe, even my 2 yr. old gobbled it down! I loved seeing how much I should really be eating at breakfast, it was a great reminder. We always eat a lot of oatmeal, but I love how there is so much protein in the trifle, and the tip about the fat in the nuts was very cool!

  7. I am so excited to try this! I eat oatmeal every morning and add walnuts for protein, but I am going to buy the Greek yogurt, which will make the oatmeal much creamier. I really like how you use not too many ingredients, and give tips on food storage. Great job!

  8. One other ingredient I always put in my oatmeal is ground flaxseed; I like the nutty flavor and texture.

  9. Maria, let me know how you like it! The ground flax is also a great addition – did you watch my smoothie video? ; ) Thanks for visiting!

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