I always make a huge batch of oatmeal on Monday mornings for the week ahead. I love oatmeal for so many reasons, but most of all because it’s easy, nutritious and filling. Oats contain soluble fibre, which helps to slow down digestion and keep you fuller longer and sustain energy levels!
I created this recipe by accident. I had too much leftover oatmeal and debated freezing it, but then decided to do an experiment and make muffins out of it!
They turned out AMAZING and were incredibly easy to make. I love that we didn’t waste any food, and that we repurposed our leftovers for a healthy snack that my kids loved (they’re great for on-the-go breakfasts too!).
These muffins contain simple, nutritious ingredients that you likely have on hand already. They’re bursting with flavour and nutritional goodness, including protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals. Alone, they act as a balanced meal or snack, but pair really well with some greek yogurt or a fruit smoothie too. I let my daughter choose the toppings (as you can see in the video), which she enjoyed the most!
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