Turning Eggs into Oatmeal? Yes—Check it Out!
Well, I did say low carbs, last week, didn’t I? Yet sometimes I get a hungering for the tastes of days gone by. I remember an egg and oatmeal dish from my youth called Golden Oats. When I looked it up, I found far more oat than egg, a sort of crumbly mix to which you add juice. Too many carbs! What do I do?
I eat oatmeal.
Of course, if I overdid it, I would ruin the diet, so I allow myself about one tablespoon of it. Are you confused, yet? Let’s just have the recipe and get on with it!
1 T. uncooked oatmeal
1 T. butter
1 serving stevia powder
1 t. cinnamon
a dash of cream
Brown the oatmeal in the butter lightly, over medium heat.
Whip eggs, cream, cinnamon, and stevia together thoroughly.
Pour over oatmeal in pan, stirring and chopping until eggs are set. Serve hot with additional cream, and a small serving of pomegranate juice, and/or coffee or tea.
Tastes a LOT like a bowl of oatmeal. No need to add sweetener. Of course, in this land of free speech, it is illegal to say the stevia adds sweetness, so I won’t say that!