I’m quite pleased with how well my Clean Eating Crockpot Breakfast Porridge turned out. I had breakfast for over a week! YUM! This Oatmeal Greek Honey Banana Explosion starts with the breakfast oatmeal. It’s topped with a few spoonfuls of plain Greek yogurt, some sliced banana, and a drizzle of Michigan raw honey. Delish.
This oatmeal packs punch with flax, steal cut oatmeal, homemade pumpkin butter, and no sugar. All clean, healthy ingredients.
You can also top with berries and pure maple syrup for other variations.
What are some ways you like to dress up your oatmeal?
Diane Roark says
I love oatmeal and my crock-pot but I have never tried making it in the crock-pot. Thanks for the great pictures and recipe.
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Blessings and have a great weekend. I look forward to following all your social medias. Diane Roark
Thank you Diane for stopping by and your wonderful comment. I don’t use my slow cooker much for oatmeal as its generally reserved for dinner meals. I had been hearing a lot about waking up to breakfast and I knew I had to try it at least once. I might have to do it more often now that its oatmeal season for me! I liked that it provided me with a ready-made breakfast for a week.
Baked oatmeal is my favorite and “go to” breakfast. I love that I can pretty much throw anything in it and then just grab and go in the morning. Yum.
I’ve never tried it baked! I’ll have to but that on my ‘to-eats’ list! Thank you so much for stopping by.
Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow says
This is one for the To Do / Try list! 🙂
I hope you like it!
I am not a oatmeal person, but I will surely show it to my sisters! 😉 My one sister has been on the blender kick lately, lol.
I love my blender too and have been known to toss some oats in my smoothies from time to time!
Leisa Good says
Wow, this really sounds good Chrystal! I can see this as a breakfast on a cold day or even a big dessert instead of a banana split. I like putting the oatmeal and pumpkin together. I often use pumpkin spice instead of cinnamon on my oatmeal anyway! 😉
I think I have gone pumpkin crazy this year! I have been known to eat oatmeal for dessert! Especially warmed up with some peaches just a dash of brown sugar…o.m.g.
Leisa Good says
Chrystal, I’d say you have a “pumpkin passion” going on! lol
Maybe just a little. I wish I had time to post all my pumpkin goodness! I think next year will be better. Since yum is so new and I have so many other projects I am trying to tie up lose ends things will be much smoother next year.
Tammy @ creativekkids says
I wish I liked oatmeal more, because it is awesome that you can make this in your slow cooker! Thanks for sharing at the Creative K Kid’s Tasty Tuesdays Party. I have pinned it to our Tasty Tuesdays Pinterest Board.
This is fantastic – I love that it is clean and that you can cook in a crock pot even better! I am going to be adding this to my morning meal planning – love my oatmeal but it needs better variety!
I’ve never tried oatmeal in the slow cooker, but this sounds like a good one to try for the first time when I do. I <3 having you as a friend and fellow host! HUGS
I love oatmeal! I remember eating bowls and bowls of it as a teenager. I recently bought steel-cut type and have not tried it out yet. Thanks for a clean recipe- love all the ingredients, too….even Greek yogurt!