Benefits of Oatmeal
All of our delicious oatmeal varieties are made from the finest whole grain oats, so whether you prefer them rolled, cut or ground, you’ll enjoy all the fiber, protein and antioxidants of the original whole grains. Plus, you can enjoy oatmeal any way you like: simple, sweet, savory or spicy!
Our Favorite Oatmeal Recipes
Oatmeal isn’t just for breakfast! Get inspired by our favorite oatmeal toppings.
The Old School Brown sugar, pat of butter, sprinkle of salt
Doctor’s Orders Blueberries, Greek yogurt, ground flaxseed
Carrot Cake Shredded carrots, walnuts, raisins, brown sugar, cream cheese
Romancing the Bowl Nutella brand hazelnut spread, halved strawberries, dollop of whipped cream
The Camper Graham crackers, chocolate chips, marshmallows
The Elvis Peanut butter, sliced banana, bacon
Spicy Coconut Red pepper flakes, peanut butter, shredded coconut
Tacoat Supreme Black beans, cheese, avocado, salsa, sour cream, fresh cilantro, squeeze of lime
The Truck Stop Fried egg, bacon or sausage, shredded cheddar cheese, hot sauce
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Beyond the Bowl
Oatmeal is an excellent addition to baked goods and even smoothies. Browse our favorite non-bowl recipes!
Get to Know Your OatsWhether you prefer regular rolled oats or Scottish oats, learn about various types of oats, their uses and cook time.
Oat Groats The whole grain oats, great for rustic pilafs, salads, stews and hot cereal. Cooks in 50-60 minutes.
Steel Cut Oats Whole groats cut into two or three pieces, with a toothsome, chewy texture. Cooks in 15-20 minutes.
Rolled Oats The classic! Lightly steamed and rolled, available in regular and extra thick. Cooks in 10 minutes.
Quick & Instant Rolled Oats Quick oats are rolled thinner to cook faster, with nothing added or removed. Cooks in 1-3 minutes.
Scottish Oats Stone ground in the ancient Scottish tradition to create a delicious creamy porridge. Cooks in 10 minutes.
You can cook your oats in water, milk or even broth if you’re creating savory oats. You can also make overnight oats to streamline your morning routine!