Sensational Oatmeal Creation Week!

So as you may know I have an obsession with oatmeal that cannot be explained, and since I eat it almost every day it’s been getting kind of bland lately. I have decided to come up with new ways to spice up my “best friend”. So I call this my week of…. Sensational Oatmeal Creations!! Yum! Yum! So each day I will post one of my approved sensational creations that I find to be oh so delicious 🙂 . Monday’s creation is oatmeal parfait. Oatmeal parfait is so simple, quick, and very versatile, you can also use it for a morning breakfast or midday snack to curb those cravings. I had my parfait for a snack today it kept me full until dinner, so I didn’t have to look for anything to munch on throughout my day.

Kiwi, banana, and papaya. I was going for a tropical parfait it is summer and I love tropical fruits this time of year; they always seem to be so sweet and keep me cool :). I also didn’t need to use any added sweeteners it was already sweet.



My very first layer I love the green.

I love yellow one of my favorite colors. Where is the oatmeal? I forgot to take a picture 🙂 Banana was my third and last layer as well.

Papaya has been my favorite fruit this summer gosh I love it so much.. Its so sweet although this one was not as sweet as I would have liked!

The final product 🙂 Where is the oatmeal? Oh there it goes!! In the final product lol :0

Oatmeal Parfait


½ cup of oatmeal

1 cup of water (any liquid should do)

1 kiwi


1 cup of papaya

Directions: Put ½ cup of oatmeal in a microwave safe bowl and heat it for 3 minutes or less. Layer the kiwi first, the oatmeal second, banana, oatmeal, papaya, and banana. Place in the fridge overnight or an hour before you go to work that’s what I did kept me cool.Depending on the cup you use you should get about seven layers or more. I had seven layers 🙂 .

Tonight dinner is yummy as well red cabbage that I made and tortilla soup left over from Sunday dinner.

Can anyone Taste the Rainbow?? 🙂

I may have seconds since its cabbage and I didn’t add to much oil about ½ a table spoon of olive oil.




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