The healthy cereal meal - roasted oatmeal

The healthy cereal meal - roasted oatmeal

Prepare toasted rolled oats

You will need oatmeal, oil or butter, honey or sugar, a coated pan and a mixing spoon.

  1. Put the pan on the stove and melt some oil or butter on low heat.
  2. Add the oatmeal and raise the temperature a little.
  3. Brown the oatmeal, turning constantly. Otherwise the flakes will burn quickly and become bitter.
  4. If you want to make caramel flakes, add a little honey or sugar.
  5. Turning is particularly important now; the sugar makes the flakes burn even faster.
  6. When the oatmeal is nicely browned and smelling delicious, it's done.
  7. Place the toasted flakes on a plate or bowl to cool. Be careful when trying, the oatmeal is very hot.

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The use of toasted oatmeal

The crispy flakes are initially suitable as a basis for a delicious muesli and become a valuable breakfast with natural yoghurt, raisins and fresh fruit. A tablespoon full of oat flakes in yoghurt makes a substantial snack, a handful of roasted caramel flakes also replaces the sweet in between meals.

Roasted and caramelized oatmeal is also a delicious decoration for cakes. Instead of brittle, you can decorate a Frankfurt wreath with the flakes. The sweetness of the flakes and their nutty aroma make the wreath your personal favorite.

Why are oatmeal so healthy?

Oatmeal is one of the healthiest foods in the world. Its nutrients are so diverse that everyone should eat them every day, roasted or unroasted, depending on their taste.

The oatmeal contains:

  • Protein, the perfect strength donor for good muscle building
  • Carbohydrates, they are the energy suppliers for our body
  • Fiber, it fills you up and stimulates digestion
  • Magnesium, important for muscle relaxation, relieves muscle spasms
  • Iron supplies the body with oxygen via the red blood cells
  • Zinc, promotes the body's defense function, wounds heal faster
  • Biotin, a deficiency leads to hair loss and brittle nails
  • Vitamin B1, has a positive effect on the nervous system and supports tissue and cell structure
  • Glucan, binds cholesterol in the intestine and has been shown to lower cholesterol levels

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