5 Oatmeal Recipes We Should All Try In Honor Of National Oatmeal Month This January
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5 Oatmeal Recipes We Should All Try In Honor Of National Oatmeal Month This January

January is National Oatmeal Month, so we might as well celebrate!

5 Oatmeal Recipes We Should All Try In Honor Of National Oatmeal Month This January
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In honor of National Oatmeal Month, here are five amazing oatmeal recipes to try!

1. Purely Kaylie's Peanut Butter Oatmeal

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I am personally a huge fan of Purely Kaylie. Her energy balls are seriously so amazing. Anything with a peanut butter theme is enticing to me, and this recipe especially looks so fantastic! It has seven simple ingredients and is healthy! Get the full recipe here.

2. @rayrayscookingways Blueberry Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

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Blueberry and peanut butter is a highly underrated combination. Topping that with even more fruit is a definitive way to win me over. With just six simple ingredients, this oatmeal is a quick and easy recipe to make for one delicious breakfast! You can find the full recipe here.

3. Birthday Cake Batter Oatmeal from @heavennoats

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What's so great about this recipe is that it only calls for simple ingredients like salt, cinnamon, water, etc. And the slightly more complex ingredients could be easily modified (i.e.: use regular flour instead of oat flour). In my opinion, this is one of the most delicious-looking oatmeal bowls I've seen! You can get the full recipe here.

4. Fit Foodie Elisa's Caramel Peanut-Pretzel Oatmeal

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This recipe looks SO good and is a great combination of sweet and salty. I personally love peanut butter and pretzels, so I think I would really enjoy this! Get the full recipe here.

5. Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats from @mayaliftss

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With less than ten ingredients, this is a quick recipe that looks so good my mouth is watering just writing this. Get the full recipe here.

National Oatmeal Month should not be a month wasted, so you might as well pick a recipe to start!

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