Oatmeal Bread Recipes

Sometimes you get caught between eating little and starve, or eating “enough” and mess your fitness goals.

Now you have a third choice. With this oatmeal bread, you can’t go wrong. Get full and satisfied and do not compromise on that summer body you are always working so hard for.

An entire oatmeal bread loaf contains 1800 cal. It should last you a week or so if you include it in your breakfast on a regular basis.

But there is more to that oatmeal bread

The loaf includes 75g protein, only 300g carb and 12 g fiber.

Needless to say, the majority of that carb is coming from oats, hence, good carb.

You can always pump this up easily by including nutritious chia seeds or nuts of your choice.


  • 2 cups oats flour
  • 1 cup regular flour of choice
  • 1 up of oats of choice
  • 1 tsp yeast
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 1 cup skimmed milk
  • 1 tsp honey (optional)
  1. Mix oats flour, regular flour, yeast and oats.
  2. In a separate container, mix the boiling water with honey. Then add the milk and stir.
  3. Add the milk mixture to the flour mixture and mix very well.
  4. Move the dough to an oiled glass container, cover it and place it in a recently turned off oven. Leave it there for about one hour.
  5. Get the dough out of the oven and start kneading for a few minutes till the dough is fluffy and nice.
  6. Spread the dough on a loaf baking pan and place it in a high-heat oven for 30 minutes.
  7. After 30 minutes in the oven, flip the loaf and keep in oven for 10 more minutes. Don’t turn the oven off.

Wait till it cools down before cutting it, preferably after an hour or so.

Remember, this is an oatmeal bread, it’s not your average bread loaf that is going to be easy to handle and cut. 

Having said that, always treat your oatmeal bread loaf with care and diligence while cutting and serving.

Overnight Oats with Chia – How and Why You Should Be Making It

Not long ago, chia seeds were some geeky weird food that only nutritionists and cavemen knew.

But The picture is different now as hundreds of thousands of chia oats overnight jars are having a goodnight sleep in many fridges across the globe.

Let’s get to know first how you can make your own overnight oatmeal with chia and then we can discuss why you should care in the first place:


  • 3/4 cup of high-protein oats (or oats of your choice)
  • 5 teaspoons of chia seeds
  • About half a cup of skimmed milk (I used Juhayna 0% fat skimmed milk)
  • Peanut butter (optional)
  • Honey (optional)

You can buy these exact ingredients from Recipe Box (available in Alexandria, Egypt)


Simply mix all ingredients together and place them in the fridge overnight or till they are fluffy as in this short video

Now if you are wondering why you should be making overnight oatmeal with oats at all, here is why

Chia seeds will add tremendous value to your oats.

Even though oats are known to be a wonderful and nutritious superfood, they are not whole or perfect in any way.

Just to name some of the things chia seeds can add to that bowl:

  • Omega 3 fatty acids.
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Phosphorus

Chia seeds in this recipe, for instance, made about 15% of the overall protein per serving, event though I have used quality whey protein oats.

Chia seeds add extra texture to your rather formless and sticky overnight oatmeal.

Almost every time you place oatmeal in your fridge for a long time, they come out looking and feeling like some baby food puree. This is when chia seeds comes to help. They can make your overnight oatmeal a bit chewy, not in a bothering way.

4 Reasons This Versatile Oatmeal Pancake Recipe Will Be One of The Best Things You Found in 2020

It’s that daily Middle East conflict we go through every morning… Sweet pancakes? Oatmeal? Or classic omelet and brown toast?

When you are on a strict diet and you are trying your hardest to hit your weight and fitness goals, there is no room for confusion. Really, immediate decision often end up dramatically. 

You know the drill. You are standing in the kitchen looking around for something to snack on in the morning; meanwhile, you open the peanut butter jar and before you know it, it’s already half gone.

This is when these oatmeal pancakes come quite handy. They are already there in the morning and you are only 2-minute away from topping them with peanut butter and banana, or eggs and olives.

Before we dig into the reasons why I think this is a great find, let me tell you straight ahead how to make these nice little pancakes that will serve as your dessert and your main course.


  • 100g of instant oatmeal (I used Kaya Whey Protein Oatmeal)
  • 2 eggs
  • 100ml skimmed milk (I used Juhayna 0% fat)
  • A pinch of salt

(You can buy these ingredients from Recipe Box)

Instructions – Recipe

Mix all ingredients together and spread them on an oiled pan (I use either cooking spray or olive oil). Cook for a few minutes then flip and keep cooking till both sides are brownish.

I advise you to cover the pan while cooking on a medium heat and constantly check if you have burned them, yet 🙂

If you decided to stop here and go ahead and make the ingredients, bon appetite; if you are willing to take the less-traveled road and get to know why this oatmeal pancake recipe is crucial to your diet, please read on.

1- It cuts down your thinking about food in the morning.

You know, you are what you repeatedly do. And when you wake up in the morning, you are subconsciously at your best. What you think about at this early stage of the day goes along with you till dawn. And you seriously don’t want that to be food.

Grabbing these pancakes you made yesterday and shortening the preparation time will surely help you big time staying on track and focused on what matters most, your goals.

2- It seriously fills you for a good while.

As usual, you take that bowl of oatmeal, shovel it down your throat and you still feel empty. For right about ten minutes.

Then oats start working their magic and before you know it, you are completely full for hours and hours to come. It never fails.

3- You can (and should) keep them stored for two days or so.

Even though these oatmeal pancakes won’t exactly taste the same way they did two days ago when you just made them, they can really get by. They still taste nice and they can easily do the job they are there for. Keep you full and focused.

4- You can easily pack them to work or school.

They are tiny. And because they are really filling, you are not expected to take more than two pieces along with your lunch at the office. Whether you are packing honey with them, or packing broccoli and tuna.

I happen to like them best with olive paste, omelette and sometimes cheese, but don’t take my word for it. Go ahead and make these oatmeal pancakes and let me know how you ate them and how they tasted.