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APPETIZERS AND SIDES
A female empowering non-diet dietitian supporting women who want to create a healthier relationship with food.
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This recipe was one of the ways my university roommates and I spent time together on weekends or special occasions. I have vivid memories of waking up on my birthday, walking down the stairs and being welcomed with the incredible smell of this scrumptious oatmeal casserole. How lucky was I?!
Fast forward to today and we have more than enough time on our hands to spare in the kitchen. If you have a slower morning planned and want to bake something special for yourself or whoever you are quarantining with, this is the way to go!
When you are short on time in the A.M., you can absolutely prepare this the night before. Just be sure to keep the wet and dry ingredients separate to ensure the oats don’t soak up the mixture overnight. Alternatively, you can bake the whole dish and keep it in the fridge for leftovers that are yummy both warm and cold! Tasty any way you slice it- now that’s the breakfast I’m into.
Bachelor in Applied Sciences, Professional Masters Diploma in Dietetics, Diploma in Sports Nutrition from the International Olympic Committee
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