Thinking of this post, I put together this list:
chopped nuts (pecans, walnuts, almonds, etc.)
dried fruits (golden or regular raisins, cranberries, mango, pineapple, etc.)
chopped/mashed fresh fruits (bananas, apples, etc.)
(fresh) ground nutmeg
splash of milk
splash of cream
sprinkle of salt
small knob of butter
diced crystallized ginger/"ginger chips"
nut butters (peanut, almond, sunflower seed)
fruit/vegetable butters (apple, pear, pumpkin)
miniature chocolate chips
real maple syrup (Grade A, Grade B)
shredded unsweetened coconut/shredded sweetened coconut, shredded toasted coconut
leftover cooked grains (brown rice, quinoa, wheatberries, etc.)
sprinkle of granola
citrus zest (orange, lemon)
cooked fruits (sauteed apples, pears, bananas etc.)
Again, obviously not an exhaustive list.
I eat the organic version of these Bob's Red Mill oats for breakfast almost every day. Are you an oatmeal eater? If so, what do you put on your oatmeal? If not, what do you eat for breakfast?
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