Oats are one of the healthiest cereals being rich in fibres. They are perfect for weight loss, provide wholesome healthfulness, and help the body against health issues, say diabetes and heart attacks.It is easy to make oats if you are looking for quick breakfast options. If you google, you will find at least one oats recipe that looks easy to make, fast to cook, and sounds delicious. So, if you believe that you just dont like oats, you simply have not come across an oats dish that you are certain to like. Why Oats?Finding various recipes for just one cereal is a good thing but you are feeling sceptical and wondering why should one need to cook up various recipes if it tastes good anyway? Youve got it. Oats dont necessarily taste good as is. Many people love the natural taste of oats but just as many people would rather take a heart attack! Jokes aside, heres why oats are worth it despite your obvious suspicion. You must try making different oats and snacks recipes and need to learn in order to be able to eat it. By the way, below is a small list of benefits Helps digestion. Boosts metabolism. Improves cardiac health. Controls diabetes. Boosts immunity in children and adults. Prevents constipation. Provides energy. Boosts excess weight loss. Boosts healthy weight gain for bodybuilders. Helps avoid celiac disease and still get some fibres for those with a gluten allergy. The antioxidants in it give you clear and healthy skin. Nutritional Value of OatsThat sounds like a long list of benefits too good to be true, doesnt it? Well, they are true and here is why such is the claim. Every 100 grams of raw oats is packed with the following invaluable nutrients: 389 calories. 66.3 grams of carbohydrates. Only 6.9 grams of fat. Practically zero sugar. 16.9 grams of proteins. 10.6 grams of fibres. The sucrose content in oats is 1%, which is practically nothing compared to the healthy calories it gives you to help to stay on your feet throughout the day and do all that you need to do. Oats have proteins that are just enough for even vegetarians to help them develop the same support in their muscles. Oats are also high in Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B3, Vitamin B5, and Vitamin B6. It contains minerals like calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese, copper, and phosphorus. Oats are also loaded with amino acids. Hence, it is no wonder that loaded with such healthy components, these qualities together make oats a powerhouse of nutrients and most certainly, your best option to start the day with. Oats Recipes for BreakfastOats are not bad to taste as some people claim, they have an almost neutral taste. You are already lucky if you love it but even if you dont the great thing about foods with neutral taste is that you can make just about anything with them. So, here are some simple recipes from oats.1] Oats Idli and DosaNot only are oats healthier than rice, but you also dont even need to ferment oats to make idli and dosa. 2] Oats UpmaYou can make upma with oats just like you make them with rava (semolina). Choose the quick-cooking oats for quicker preparation.3] Oats UttapamIs this the first time you are reading about this recipe? Well, it is something to try out! Just chop up your favourite veggies and make uttapams with oats batter. Healthy, yummy, and also less time-consuming, this recipe will take not more than 20 minutes of your day to make. 4] Oats CheelaYou have always eaten cheela, not try making them with oats. Use the quick-cooking version of oats that we promise will be quite a tasty and equally delightful soft cheela. 5] Oats KhichdiYou can mix oats with other pulses or make plain oats khichdi. Choose the thicker oats to avoid overcooking. You can have this for breakfast or even lunch. 6] Oats CookiesWhy limit your oats intake to just breakfast options when you can use them to toss up some healthy snacks and have them with your evening tea or coffee? You must have already heard of oats cookies, now try making them. You can eat more of these than you can with regular cookies that a shocking amount of sugar.7] Oats KheerTrick your sweet tooth into consuming a healthy version of a sweet treat, such as a bowl of oats kheer. Of course, you will be adding some sugar to the recipe but it is undoubtedly a healthier version of the full milk kheer. 8] Oats HalwaMake oats halwa with soft oats the same way you would make suji halwa, only without the gluten allergy and with more nutrients. 9] No-Cook RecipeIf you dont even know how to boil water or dont have the time to cook, soak oats in milk or water overnight and have them in the morning with some freshly cut fruits added to the bowl of oats. Do use a glass bowl for the overnight soaking process and dont forget to put a lid on it before refrigerating.Yes, you need to put it in the refrigerator unless it is winter or you live in a cold country. All you need to do is to remember to take it out of the refrigerator first thing in the morning. The time you take to freshen up and squeeze in a 15-minute quick stretching before you start cutting the fruits will be enough to bring the oats back to an edible temperature. 10] Oats SmoothieUse quick-cooking or even instant oats to add to your fruit smoothies. This is yet another no-cook recipe you can make and have at any time. No need to add sugar because the fruits will add all the necessary sweetness. You can also incorporate into your oats recipe an egg because it does not have to be a vegetarian dish. You can combine oatmeal with eggs on the sides or make oats omelettes! Never heard it before, right? Must try it! Whatever you do, do not eat too much. More than 250 grams is too much for anybody. If you are basing your diet on oats, 3 meals of approximately 70 grams each is good enough. Please include other food categories in your diet to make a balanced diet routine.