It’s National Oatmeal Day, which can only be a good thing: the breakfast food helps lower cholesterol and is high in fiber, low in fat and packs in vitamins A, B, calcium and iron. And all that soluble fiber means that oatmeal keeps you feeling full longer, which makes it a good morning option. But no one says a slow-cooked pot at breakfast is the only way to eat oats. There are a number of ways to get the whole grain into your diet — and the recipes that follow are surprisingly delicious.
More Photography from Time
- FLOTUS at 50: Michelle Obama’s Workouts
- Before Angelina: Portraits of Breast Cancer Previvors and Survivors
- Hungry Planet: What The World Eats
- When Celebrities Battle Cancer: Photos of 20 Inspiring Survivors
- The Artistry of Sleep: Photos of Icons Getting Some Shut-Eye
- The Disease that Won’t Die: Tuberculosis in Peru