# 1 Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats
If you are a fruit lover than you ought to make this oatmeal recipe. As the name suggests it can be made overnight and the recipe doesn’t even requires a lot of ingredients and is very quick and easy to make. You can check out the complete recipe at Free People.
# 2 Homemade Granola
We usually purchase granola bars from the market but I think making a granola at home will be more healthy because we’d know what healthy ingredients we are really adding to it. Though the process is a little long and so is the list of ingredients but the good part is you can store this homemade granola for several days. You can check out it full recipe at Mother Network Nature.
# 3 Strawberry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie
This Ramadan I have added different fruit smoothies for suhoor. I prepare by blending them late at night and keep them in the refrigerator so that they become chilled. Smoothies are a very good option in this summer and if you’d add oatmeal to it, you will remain energized all day long. You can find its complete recipe at All Recipes.
# 4 Apricot Oat Bars
If you want to eat granola in the form of a proper bar just like how you get at the shops then you can try this apricot oat bar recipe. The process again is long but the fact that you can store it for long gives an advantage to this recipe. This is a good option if you don’t like to eat heavy meals at suhoor like me. Read the full recipe at Food Network.
# 5 Chocolate Oatmeal Pudding Breakfast Cake
Imagine getting to eat cake at suhoor and one that will help you remain in shape. This is an extremely delicious recipe which can even be enjoyed by children who are fasting this Ramadan. Check out its recipe at Marla Meredith’s website.
# 6 Spicy Oatmeal with Spinach and Roasted Butternut
During iftar I prefer something spicy yet healthy and this was a very good choice for me. Also, since the recipe comprises of spinach it is a very rich in fibre meal and you wouldn’t crave for any kind of junk food after iftar. Find its complete recipe at The Mija Chronicles.
# 7 Vegetable Oats Upma
This is an Indian recipe and I must tell you how delicious it tastes. Adding oats to upma will be a plus point and you should eat it at iftar if you are flexible enough to try something different. Get its recipe from Archanas Kitchen.
# 8 Curried Oatmeal with Caramelized Onions
I am not much of a fan of caramelized onions but some people at my home are and they usually add them to their meals in extras. Maybe out there some of my readers might even be fans of caramelized onions so this recipe is for them. Check it out at Tea and Cookies blog.
# 9 Oatmeal Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
The name says it all! Having it at iftar will be such a good option and you can even add dates to it. Check out its recipe now at Baker Bettie.
# 10 Chocolate, Hazelnut and Oatmeal Cookies
Who doesn’t loves chocolate and hazelnut together in cookies. Make these and have it with chilled milk at iftar. You’re going to love it! Find the recipe of Chocolate, Hazelnut and Oatmeal Cookies at Mother Nature Network.
So I hope I have motivated you enough to add oats in your regular diet. In a week you will start feeling a difference. Don’t forget to tag The Bookish Nomad page on Facebook or Twitter whenever you add your food pictures. I’d love to share it ahead with my readers.