Oatmeal pudding prepared using fresh fruits like strawberries and bananas with healthiest grains like steel-cut oats are perfect to kickstart any morning.
Who on the earth will deny a dessert-like looking breakfast in the morning? I am sure…. no one… Then you will love this oatmeal pudding.
I guess making morning breakfast is a great challenge for everyone, even if you know a ton of recipes. This happens to me a lot of times. I always wonder what I would prepare for breakfast. And criteria, it should be easy, healthy, quick to prepare, and most importantly tasty, etc. etc… Too many expectations from the morning breakfast, isn’t it. Does it happen to you?
Thanks to this blog. It encourages me to be creative and try out something new most of the time. And this time, the result is this delicious oatmeal pudding that I wanted to share with you. You will also enjoy this breakfast pudding…it is
- simple to prepare
- like a dessert
How is this oatmeal pudding healthy?
- I make it using steel-cut oats. Steel-cut oats are healthy whole grains that are rich in dietary fibers and proteins.
- It is paired with fresh fruits like strawberries and bananas. Therefore, it is nutritious.
- It is naturally sweetened.
More Healthy Breakfast Recipes
- Greek Yogurt Breakfast Bowl
- Mung Bean Oatmeal Protein Pancakes
- Italian Veggie Sandwich Recipe
- Blueberry Almond Butter Overnight Oats
- All Breakfast Recipes
Steel-cut Oatmeal Pudding With Strawberries
- ½ cup quick cook steel-cut oats
- 2 cup skim milk (almond milk if vegan)
- ⅛ teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 ½ cup strawberries sliced
- 2 perfectly ripe bananas
- 2 tablespoon honey (or agave if vegan)
- 1 tablespoon chocolate shavings (optional to garnish)
- Bring milk to a boil in a small pan on medium heat. Add quick cook steel-cut oats, cinnamon and mix well. Simmer the mixture on low heat for 5-7 mins*. Towards the end of cooking, add honey; combine well and turn off the heat.
- Meanwhile, in a separate pan add strawberries and cook on a medium heat for about 3-4 min or until sauce like consistency
- Now, in a serving bowl add half of the cooked oatmeal pudding. Then add a layer of strawberry sauce. Finally, top with sliced banana. Optionally, garnish with chocolate shavings.
- *Look for cook time on package
sylvia seal says
love this! thanks for the recipe!
Yummy! I’ll have to try this soon.
The Wanderlette says
Saving this recipe, looks amazing!! 🙂
Hi could I make this the night before and save in a container? Maybe Mason jar? Its so hard to make breakfast when you have to leave by 5a Mon-Fr for work. Thank you for sharing recipe and your advice.
Swati and Tushar says
Hi Catia, I see no problem in making this pudding a night before. However, I would suggest to add banana in the morning.
Heather @MySweetMission.net says
Hi there. I would love your Steel-cut Oatmeal Pudding with Strawberries for breakfast or brunch! It’s one of my #FavoritePosts from last week’s Creative Muster Party! So, it’s been shared on all my social medias for my followers to enjoy too! Thanks for linking it up and hope to see you tomorrow night at 6pm. ~Heather
I love your website! Keep coming up with these great recipes!
janella panchamsingh says
these look so good! Im running to the kitchen now to make them!
I’m having a visceral reaction to this recipe and I think I need to make it now. My stomach is actually rumbling as I look at your gorgeous photos!
What perfect pictures! This looks like the perfect breakfast!
Naomi Loomis says
I will be printing this off for breakfast. Thank you!!
Bella B (xoxoBella) says
This looks so pretty and so tasty!
Kate @ Green Fashionista says
Holy deliciousness! These look amazing and perfect for breakfast <3
I lovvvveeee strawberries! These pictures really bring the recipe to life!