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A Hot Breakfast Idea for Every Day of Your Work Week

Posted by Julie Morris, Navitas Organics Executive Chef on Feb 26, 2018 2:29:04 AM

When it comes to making an easy, healthy breakfast, warm weather arguably has the upper hand. Smoothies, yogurt bowls or even just a whole grain cereal with a splash of almond milk are all no-brainer ideas for a cooling start to a warm day. But as soon as winter weather hits, “healthy” can seem like a bit of a harder ask, especially in the wee hours of the day. As your body yearns for denser foods served at a more cozy temperature, good breakfast options may become less apparent, leading to more indulgent choices.

And yet, with a little creativity, the healthy hot breakfast menu is more abundant than you may think. Here are some of our favorite dishes that can help support you on your wellness journey in the most comforting of ways.

Sorry, but porridge is definitely not just the stuff of old English fairy tales. In fact, porridge has begun to make a name for itself amongst many of the world's top chefs, thanks to its flexible nature and instinctual yum-factor. While the most common type of porridge is oatmeal, all kinds of other grains and pseudo-grains can be used for the spoonable base, including rolled quinoa, cracked buckwheat, amaranth, rice and barley. And while many people still enjoy a classic porridge with a little bit of dried or fresh fruit and spices, porridges also make fantastic savory dishes – try mixing in Hemp Seeds, coconut oil and sea salt for a deliciously nutty variation.

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Topics: latte, oatmeal, SuperStarts, blog, breakfast, matcha, meal, superfoods

How to Make the Best Oatmeal Ever

Posted by Julie Morris, Navitas Organics Executive Chef on Jan 8, 2018 2:24:00 AM

Fast, filling, inexpensive and nutritious, oatmeal has kept its status as a classic breakfast for generations without having to even try. But even with its ongoing popularity, this porridge-of-choice can certainly differ in quality and never needs to be boring. With all kinds of fun variations and healthful ways to spruce up your bowl, here are the oatmeal rules to live by, helping you make the most out of every batch.

Buy the real stuff. If you're still reaching for the ready-made “instant” oatmeal packets, it's time to take the Never-Again Packet Pledge. You want to be in full control of your flavor, texture and all the ingredients that go in (and not rely on a third-party company to make those decisions for you), so start with real, whole, rolled oats – steel cut takes a much longer time to cook and quick-cooking varieties end up too mushy. Stick with regular rolled oats and you'll be in the sweet spot…and save significant money in comparison to the ready-made mixes!

Simmer, don't stir.
I hate to be the one to say it, but if you're like most people, you're probably making your oatmeal wrong. Luckily, honing in on your oatmeal technique will ensure you never have to endure a sticky, gluey, mushy bowl again. To create oatmeal with the perfect light texture, the trick is to boil water first with a pinch of salt, then add your oats with a quick stir. Next, cover and simmer on low for 5 minutes, without stirring. Your resulting oatmeal will be cooked beautifully: textural and almost springy to the touch. Use a 4:3 ratio of water to rolled oats for this method.

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Topics: wellness, livelifepositive, oatmeal, SuperStarts, blog, breakfast, health, healthy, superfoods

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