High-fiber, low-calorie, and full of vitamins, oats are a boon to any dish.
Mushroom-and-Spinach Quiche in an Oat Crust
Add an extra serving of whole grains to your diet with a few tricks learned from these recipes. For example, take this Mushroom-and-Spinach
Quiche; oats are added to the crust, lending a crunchy contrast to the creamy filling.Recipe: Mushroom-and-Spinach Quiche in an Oat Crust
Plump up a meatloaf with nutty flavor by adding a half-cup of oats to the meat mixture. The benefit: an extra boost of dietary
fiber (4g).Recipe: Herb-and-Veggie Meatloaf
Apple-Cranberry Walnut Crisp
The combination of oats, whole wheat pastry flour, and walnuts makes this crisp topping taste a little like a granola bar.
And oats add few calories–only 150 per half-cup serving.Recipe: Apple-Cranberry Walnut Crisp
Turkey and Oat Burgers
Oats contain plenty of vitamins B1, B2, and E. For a healthy twist on traditional burgers, make patties with oats and ground
turkey. You'll save around seven fat grams and delight in the heartiness of the burgers.Recipe: Turkey and Oat Burgers