Oats are gluten-free whole grains, commonly eaten for breakfast as oatmeal. They are even referred to as porridge. Not to forget, oats are one of the healthiest breakfast picks. People eat their oats as a whole (oat groats), rolled, or even crushed. But things are different with Neetu Kapoor. She prefers it steel cut. Steel-cut oats are oat groats that have been sliced into smaller pieces. Neetu Kapoor has shared a glimpse of her meal on Instagram Stories. And, we are taking notes! The snippet featured a plate with a portion of cooked oats and a side of chopped date and prune. “Steel cut oats with almond milk, 1 date, and 1 prune to sweeten,” she wrote in the caption of her post, along with a biceps emoji.
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In case you think eating a bowl of oats daily will make your breakfast monotonous, we are happy to tell you the reality is quite opposite. You can give various sweet and savoury variations to the oats, making them flavourful and yummy. Hop on to these recipes and prepare a bowl of health with us:
Fix your breakfast with this fruit-loaded, overnight soaked oats bowl.
Masala oats are the desi spin to your boring oats. It has the goodness of spices and flavours of chilli, garlic, and ginger.
Light in flavour and easy to make, Dahi masala oats rightly qualify to become your go-to breakfast meal.
Give a South Indian touch to your oats with this oats upma recipe. Did we hear yummy?
To add some protein to your meal, consider including boneless chicken in your regular oatmeal recipe. A bowl of oats and chicken porridge in breakfast will keep you full for a longer time, keeping hunger pangs at bay.
Oats for the win? We’d say yes!