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Quick and Yummy Egg White Oatmeal in less than 5 minutes!

egg white oatmeal

Have you ever made egg white oatmeal? If not, then you have never experienced the most filling and healthy way to start your day! This recipe turns a regular bowl of oatmeal into a voluptuous and protein-packed bowl. Egg-white oatmeal serves as a perfect pre-workout or post-workout meal by providing the carbohydrates and protein your body needs to fuel and re-fuel.

Egg-white oatmeal is a nutritious morning breakfast staple that provides complex carbohydrates and a lean protein source to keep you running for hours. Complex carbohydrates take your body longer to digest, in return providing long-lasting energy. Sources of complex carbohydrates include grains, such as oatmeal, brown rice, and whole-wheat bread. Lean proteins are high quality protein sources, low in fat (less than 3 grams of fat per serving), and provide fullness. Examples of lean protein sources include egg-whites, skinless chicken breast, and fish.

With less then 5 ingredients and 5 minutes to make, this egg-white oatmeal recipe is very simple and quick- making it easy to incorporate into your busy morning routine. To create your own flavor combination, add to the egg-white oatmeal base recipe with spices, fruits, toasted nuts, protein powder, peanut butter, or yogurt.

To amp up your oatmeal game, try these other winning egg-white oatmeal variations:

Egg White Oatmeal Recipe

Carrot Cake

Add 1/3 cup shredded carrot and ¼ shredded, cook an additional 3 minutes; pour in bowl; top with ¼ cup low-fat Greek yogurt, 1 tbs. golden raisins, 1 tbs. walnut pieces, and a dash cinnamon (373 calories, 15 gm protein, 70 gm carbohydrate, 5 gm fat)

Peanut Butter Pancake

Top with 2 tbs. peanut butter and sugar-free or maple syrup (397 calories, 24 gm protein, 38 gm carbohydrate, 16 gm fat) 

Fruity Tuity

In saucepan, mix 1 cup fruit with 1 tbs. water, 1 tsp. vanilla extract, and desired spices; simmer for 4-6 minutes; Serve desired amount of fruit sauce on top (60-120 calories, 15-30 gm carbohydrates)


Fuel your next morning with a bowl of egg-white oatmeal by using these simple recipes and fun flavor combinations. These clean recipes provide complex carbohydrates and a lean protein to give your mind and muscle the energy it needs to take on the day. Whether your goal is to lean out, gain muscle, or increase your daily energy levels, this recipe is for you and can be personalized for any taste bud.  Share your favorite egg-white oatmeal recipe in the comments below or if you created a notable egg-white oatmeal variation!

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