Definition of oatmeal
1a : meal made from oatsb : rolled oats
2 : porridge made from ground or rolled oats
Recent Examples of oatmeal from the Web
Quick-cooking pearl barley is a flake that has been partially cooked and dried for quick cooking, similar to instant oatmeal.
The guide also recommends having a serving of oatmeal before bed to improve my Z’s through complex carbs.
His breakfast, which comes after a pre-breakfast snack of almond butter and jam, consists of six whole eggs, a chicken breast and two cups of oatmeal.
Clean Juice eateries also offer acai (a ‘supefood’ native to South and Central America) bowls, smoothies (including protein smoothies), oatmeal bowls and toasts.
Bonus: Research says cinnamon can balance blood sugars and improve insulin-sensitivity in women with polycystic ovary syndrome, so sprinkle it on your oatmeal.
Breakfast is often a hearty combination of pancakes, oatmeal, sausage and eggs, or something similar, depending on what food is delivered for that day.
And its congee menu is short and sweet, with a turmeric-cranberry one that puts oatmeal to shame.
Food items include: Slim Jims, foil tuna packs, crackers, hot chocolate, oatmeal, ramen noodles, snack and breakfast bars and trail mix, among other items.
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First Known Use of oatmeal
OATMEAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oatmeal for English Language Learners
: oats that have been ground into flour or flattened into flakes
: a hot breakfast food that is made from oats
OATMEAL Defined for Kids
Definition of oatmeal for Students
1 : oat seeds that have had the outer covering removed and are ground into meal or flattened into flakes
2 : a hot cereal made from meal or flakes of oats
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