Oatmeal is considered a “super food”, since it is dense with nutrients like dietary fiber, protein, vitamins and minerals.
If you think you don’t like oatmeal, because you think it has to be mushy, or runny, or tasteless, this recipe might change your mind.
We are into the first week of Phase II, so additional foods are being introduced back into our daily menu.
If you have been following my blog, you already know that I am very impressed with The Fat Smash Diet, and love following all the phases at least once every year, with very rewarding results.
Some people think it is too harsh (no coffee or alcohol for 9 days…wow…), but it is perfect for my taste and my lifestyle.
My granddaughter was very eager to try some recipes from her cookbook, which she received for Christmas, and her younger brother also joined in the fun.
First she read through several recipes, to decide which ones she wanted to prepare.
Then she wrote out a menu, and a list of ingredients on hand, as well as the ones we still needed to purchase.
Today is a Blessed Day for our family, especially for me.
It is also a mixed emotions day, because today is my last chemo treatment for breast cancer.