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Medifast Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal recipe

Ingredients Needed

  1. Oats, Rolled (2.0 cup)
  2. Water (3.75 cup (8 fl oz))
  3. Sweet Apple (3.0 small)
  4. Cinnamon (0.5 tsp)
  5. Nutmeg (1.0 dash)
  6. Brown Sugar (0.25 cup unpacked)
  7. Chopped Pecans (1.0 tsp)


Did you know that cinnamon has natural anti-infectious compounds that fight against ulcer-causing H.plyori bacteria? Get this benefit from cinnamon when you prepare this easy to follow recipe that features multiple nutritional ingredients such as apples, cinnamon and oats! This dish is perfect for breakfast that would daintily jumpstart your day. What’s nice with this recipe is that all the ingredients could be easily found at the comforts of your home.

  • In a medium size saucepan, combine the oats, water, apples, cinnamon and nutmeg. In ancient times, nutmeg is proven to effectively stimulate one’s brain. If you are suffering from anxiety or depression, nutmeg may also be a good therapy. Nutmeg can also improve your concentration so you can become more efficient and focused at work or at school.
  • Bring to a boil over medium high heat, stirring occasionally. Let the oats boil for about 5 minutes and see if they look thick and gooey. Once they start looking gooey, then you have now oatmeal. If you like thicker oatmeal, use only one cup of water and 2 cups could give you more of a soupy one.
  • Once it starts to boil, ease the heat to low and simmer for just a few minutes, until the oats are soft and the apples are tender. Chewing on apple stimulates the production of saliva in your mouth that could lower the levels of bacteria giving you a healthier mouth.
  • Take out of the heat and add brown sugar to taste. The sweeter the apples, the less brown sugar you will need. Compared to white sugar, brown sugar has a sweeter and richer taste. It also has a moist and clumpy texture, which is different from the dry and grainy texture of white sugar.
  • Scoop into serving bowls and top with butter and pecans for more flavors. It is highly advisable you add pecans to this meal as ir very rich in several important B-complex groups of vitamins such as riboflavin, niacin, thiamin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B-6 and folates that are all co-factors for the enzyme metabolism inside our body.
  • Best serve with hot coffee or choco in the morning.

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Nutritional Information for 1 Serving

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