Oatmeal with Orange and Cinnamon Recipe

Oatmeal with Orange and Cinnamon Recipe

Oatmeal with orange and cinnamon

Oatmeal with Orange and Cinnamon


  • 80 grams of oat flakes
  • 1 bit of cinnamon
  • 2 pieces of orange
  • 500 ml of water

2 persons
Cooking time
15 minutes


  1. Put the water in a kettle, then the dish is ready a bit faster.
  2. Weigh the oatmeal and put it in a pan.
  3. Add the boiling water and place it on the fire.
  4. Bring this to the boil again and cook for 2-3 minutes. You will automatically see a pap created by turning the water into a kind of jelly.
  5. Meanwhile, peel the orange and cut the segments into pieces.
  6. Add the orange just before the end and cook briefly with it.
  7. Serve the oatmeal with orange in bowls and sprinkle some cinnamon.
  8. Ready is the oatmeal with orange and cinnamon. Enjoy your meal!

About the oatmeal with orange and cinnamon recipe

Oatmeal with orange and cinnamon is a super healthy recipe. Because oatmeal is made from whole oat grains, it falls under the wholemeal grains. It is packed with good and essential nutrients. The orange and cinnamon make the breakfast extra healthy.

Oatmeal supplies carbohydrates, proteins, fiber, vitamin B and minerals just like bread. That is why you can use oat products very well if you want something different than bread. If, however, you do not eat bread at all, make sure that you get enough iodine. See also the article on iodine on this website.

Very positive stories are circulating about cinnamon. It would have an anti-inflammatory effect, a beneficial effect on cardiovascular diseases, helping to keep your blood sugar level stable, etc. A number of things are (partly) correct, but ... This is not a license to consume cinnamon indefinitely, because every advantage has its disadvantage. And everything that 'too' stands for is unhealthy.


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