Everyone says oatmeal “sticks to your bones,” but if we’re just talking old-fashioned oats made with water, I’m starving by 10 a.m. Natural peanut butter is definitely a filling, protein-packed add-in, but it’s got a lot of fat and calories, too. That’s why I love PBSLIM, which is made from natural, organic non-GMO peanuts but has been processed to remove 85% of the calories. Combined with oats and a few teaspoons of dried fruit, it’s a perfectly diet-friendly breakfast with enough protein and fiber to keep you satisfied all morning.
- Bob’s Red Mill Organic Old Fashioned Oats
- 2 tbs. of PBSLIM
- Optional: 1 tbs. of sugar, Stevia or raw honey
- 2 tbs. of dried fruit such as organic raisins
- Dash of sea salt
Prepare old-fashioned oatmeal on a stove, slow-cooker or microwave as desired. Stir in PBSLIM. Then add sweetener of choice, dried fruit and sea salt to taste.
Approximately 256 calories, 43 g carbohydrates, 6 g fat and 12 g of protein, not including optional sugar or honey add-ins.
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