Creamy, chewy oats, bananas, and pecans are topped with a generous drizzle of maple syrup to make this warm and filling Banana Nut Oatmeal. Less than 10 minutes of effort is needed to put this hot breakfast on the table.

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Oatmeal with Bananas

I enjoy making oatmeal for breakfast. The fillings and garnishes are limitless and the various variations keep it intriguing.

Various variations of banana oatmeal tend to be my go-to addition to stovetop oatmealrecipes We basically constantly have a basket of bananas on the counter and everybody enjoys them.

My 2 youngest kids are constantly happiest with a bowl of oatmeal very first thing in the early morning.

Maple Oatmeal

While you can sweeten oatmeal in any variety of various methods, I have actually discovered that a percentage of maple syrup offers a great deal of taste and sweet taste.

Depending upon the oatmeal add-ins, some fruits will offer all the sweet taste I desire, however when the oatmeal requires simply a little something more, I grab the maple syrup.

When I have it on hand a dollop of whipped cream is a huge reward for the kids and it provides the impression of consuming dessert for breakfast. (That is a win with everybody!)

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Banana Nut Oatmeal

You’ll require the following ingredients to make this recipe:

  • old made oats
  • water
  • bananas
  • pecans
  • salt
  • maple syrup
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Banana Oatmeal Recipe

Integrate the oats, water, pecans, and salt in a medium size pan. Give a boil over medium-high heat and after that minimize to medium-low.

Permit the oatmeal to thicken for 3-5 minutes, stirring regularly. Eliminate from the heat and stir in bananas.

Divide into bowls and leading with the reserved bananas and pecans. Drizzle each bowl with about a tablespoon of maple syrup, get used to taste. Include whipped cream, if you’re feeling elegant!

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Stovetop Oatmeal

While we enjoy our oatmeal baked and slow-cooked too, when you just have a couple of minutes for breakfast? Stovetop Oatmeal is a regular favorite in our home and there are a lot of methods to keep it from being dull.

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Servings: 4 portions

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  • Integrate the oats, water, pecans and salt in a medium size pan. Give a boil over medium-high heat and after that minimize to medium-low and enable to thicken for 3-5 minutes, stirring regularly. Eliminate from the heat and stir in bananas.

  • Divide into bowls and leading with the reserved bananas and pecans. Drizzle each bowl with about a tablespoon of maple syrup, get used to taste.

Calories: 318 kcal · Carbohydrates: 56 g · Protein: 7 g · Fat: 9 g · Hydrogenated Fat: 1 g · Polyunsaturated Fat: 3 g · Monounsaturated Fat: 4 g · Salt: 306 mg · Potassium: 437 mg · Fiber: 6 g · Sugar: 20 g · Vitamin A: 42 IU · Vitamin C: 5 mg · Calcium: 58 mg · Iron: 2 mg

{initially released 1/9/13– recipe notes and images upgraded 10/9/23}

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