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Mix up your breakfast routine with this Peaches n’ Cream Oatmeal
Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and lately I’ve been on an oatmeal kick. But sometimes I get a bit tired of just putting some sugar in my oatmeal so I decided to get creative with my oatmeal and combine a few of my favorite things into my bowl of oatmeal.
I was excited to hear about Quaker® National Bring Your Best Bowl contest. You can enter to win $250,000 and the top recipe entries will be created and sold in stores for a limited time. Entering a contest just by making a yummy bowl of oatmeal? Yup I was sold! So I headed out to Kroger to pick up my Quaker® Old Fashioned Oats to create my recipe for Peaches n’ Cream Oatmeal.
Since I’m pregnant right now, my menu for the day is all the more important, so having a breakfast recipe for a hearty bowl of oatmeal is the perfect addition. I loved the idea of adding fruit to my oatmeal but I also wanted it to add a bit of a peach cobbler/dessert taste to it without being too much like a dessert for breakfast. The combination of the peaches and whipped cream were perfect and I love homemade whipped cream. I probably could have sat there and eaten it straight from the bowl, but I resisted!
- 2 servings Old Fashioned Quaker® Oats
- Canned Sliced Peaches
- ¾ cup Heavy Whipping Cream
- 1-3 Tablespoons Sugar
- Sprinkling of Brown Sugar
- Begin by making your oatmeal according to package instructions
- While the oatmeal is cooking, pour your heavy whipping cream into a bowl and start with a tablespoon of sugar
- Beat the whipping cream until it thickens up to your desired consistency
- Add more sugar as needed while you are whipping the cream
- Pour oatmeal into a bowl and top with 3-4 sliced peaches
- Sprinkle oatmeal and peaches with brown sugar
- Drizzle on desired amount of homemade whipped cream
- Serve and enjoy!
I loved how this oatmeal turned out. It was honestly the exact amount of sweetness you need in a bowl of oatmeal without feeling like you’ve gone overboard and all of the sudden you’re practically eating cake for breakfast. I like my sweets as much as the next person, but not for breakfast (well at least not that often).
If you have a delicious idea for a bowl of oatmeal then Bring Your Best Bowl and head over and enter your idea! All recipe ideas should be between 2 and 5 ingredients!
And tell me, what are your favorite add-ins for a bowl of oatmeal?