Thursday, September 29, 2016

Peanut Butter and Banana Steel-Cut Oatmeal



My youngest son is obsessed with oatmeal. It is always his favorite food on the questionaries that they do at school. Maple & Brown Sugar is his fav! The only problem with oatmeal each morning is that it takes a little longer on busy before school mornings. He is also my child who is very particular! If something is too hot, too cold, too spicy, or too sweet he will have nothing to do with it!



When I discovered this oatmeal I was surprised and ecstatic! And I love steel cut oats more then any other type of oatmeal! So honestly it was a match made in heaven for our home! My son will eat this straight up just the way it is! But I wanted to throw in one of my favorite oatmeal combinations to share with you all! So here it is! Peanut butter and banana steel cut oats!

So here is the line up....


Pour oatmeal into bowl


Add half of a banana smashed up


 Mix in a scoop of peanut butter

 Stir it on up!

Sprinkle on some brown sugar and cinnamon

Top with some sliced bananas

Drizzle on some honey

Serve it on up! 




Peanut Butter & Banana Steel-Cut Oatmeal
1 (10 ounce) container Pacific Organic Steel Cut Oatmeal (Maple & Brown Sugar)
1 Banana
1 Tablespoon peanut butter
1 Tablespoon brown sugar
pinch of cinnamon
toffee bites (optional)
honey (optional)
milk

Pour the ready to eat Pacific steel-cut maple& brown sugar oatmeal into a bowl. Cut the banana in half and mash up one of the halves. Mix the mashed banana in the oatmeal. Then mix in the peanut butter. In a container combine the brown sugar and cinnamon. Sprinkle the brown sugar mixture over the oatmeal. Slice up the other half of the banana and lay the banana slices on top of the oatmeal. Top with more of the brown sugar mixture and the toffee bites. Drizzle with honey. Pour as much milk or cream as you would like on the oatmeal. Then eat up!



Disclosure: this is a sponsored post from Mambo Sprouts and Pacific. I have been compensated for creating this recipe. However recipe, thoughts, and opinions are my own!


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