Healthy Recipes for Diabetics-Easy Breakfast # 2

This is Part 2 of a series in preparing delicious, low carb breakfast at home for the family. The focus is on easy to prepare breakfast that the entire family can enjoy. They are so simple and fun, the children can be involved. It is aSteel cut oats on stoven affair for the entire family to spend some good quality time as a team, determined to live healthier and happier lives.

The end result should be to prevent the other family members from ever becoming diabetic and to control diabetes for the persons already suffering with the illness. These healthy recipes for diabetics is a WIN, WIN situation for the entire family.

WIN, WIN Situation for ALL

Today, I will share with you a simple breakfast using oats, nuts, seeds and berries. Yes, yummy! And healthy too. TrophyEaten regularly, it will give you tons of fiber, prevent and or control diabetes. It is also suited for the busy lifestyle some of my readers may endure. No need to run and grab something on the road. Make this healthy, filling and delicious breakfast at home and save money that would otherwise be spent on fast food and medical expenses. Like I stated earlier, another WIN, WIN situation for the entire family.

All it takes is some time, just a little time and planning to ensure that your family is eating meals prepared at home to ensure that diabetes is kicked out of your home and will never return. Diabetes is an unwelcomed guest in your home and it is a good idea to make that abundantly clear.

Nuts, Seeds, Berries and Oatmeal Sizzle

Preparation the night before:

  1. Soak the oats in water and leave in the refrigerator
  2. Use a food processor to chop the nuts
  3. Slice the berries and place in the refrigerator

For four (4) adults, you will need:

  1. Two cups steel-cut oats soaked overnight in 2 cups of water
  2. Two cups water
  3. One cup whole milk
  4. Honey to sweeten (I use one diced ripe banana for my sweetener)
  5. Four tablespoons ground flaxseed
  6. Four tablespoons finely chopped nuts (almonds, pecans or walnuts)
  7. One cup berries (strawberries, blackberries and raspberries)
  8. A pinch of grated nutmeg
  9. A pinch of cinnamon
  10. A pinch of salt

Oats Porridge


  1. In a saucepan with a thick base, combine the oats and the water
  2. Add the salt and nutmeg
  3. Bring to a boil on low to medium flame, stirring constantly to prevent sticking
  4. Let it simmer for 4 to 5 minutes (remember to stir). The porridge will get thick in this timeframe
  5. Add the milk and ensure that the flame is on low. Stir until the milk is warm. I sometimes warm the milk and then add it to the oats porridge
  6. Divide into bowls
  7. Sweeten with a little honey or add ripe banana
  8. Add one tablespoon of the berry mixture
  9. Add one tablespoon of the nuts
  10. Sprinkle a little cinnamon and flaxseed

Yes, believe it or not, a delicious and easy to prepare breakfast was just served. Again, this is packed with vitamins and minerals and you are getting a little starch and protein to kick-start another wonderful day. How easy and nutritious is this home prepared meal to assist the person with diabetes to take control and to prevent this deadly illness from taking residence in your home?

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In conclusion, the aim is to prevent the rest of your family from getting diabetes and controlling your diabetes, with the hope of eventually eliminating this life altering illness. Is our family worth the effort? Make the time to prepare the easy and delicious meals at home, so that you and your family will live healthier and happier lives.

As usual, I welcome your comments below and I am waiting to hear the wonderful news about your creativity in the kitchen as you embrace the idea of preparing and eating healthy meals at home, in an effort to eradicate diabetes from our homes and our society at large. I wish for you health and wealth as you have a better chance of saving because of reduced medical expenses.

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  1. // Reply

    I like reading the posts on your site. I am a person that have a great interest in healthy living.
    Thanks for providing me with a healthy recipe I can benefit from.


    1. // Reply

      Tove, thanks for the kind words. The pleasure was mine to share the recipe and please stay tuned in for more. Cheers.

  2. // Reply

    Breakfast is always one of those meals that I struggle with. Lately I have been wanting to change my breakfast routine to something healthier so glad I stumbled across your site.I love the recipes and cannot wait to try it out.

    1. // Reply

      Keldyn, I am glad you came across my site and I will be sure to share more breakfast recipes with you. It is an important start to your day, so I do encourage you to find some easy to prepare and healthy recipes for breakfast. Let me know if I can be of help re. some recipes. Cheers.

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    I guess my problem is more of obesity rather than diabetes. But looking at your recipe, I guess it’s healthy food all the way. I’m not really into oat, probably because I didn’t know how to make it tasty. I could give your recipe a try. And see if it will change my mind about oat and probably trim down the waistline a little.

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      Kenny, please keep reading my posts, because I am afraid if obesity is your problem, then diabetes is a possibility and we would like to ensure that this does not create an issue later in life. I am happy you will try the oat recipes. All the best.

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    MMmm, this looks good! I enjoy oatmeal in the morning – I’ll be sure to try this out and let you know what I think!

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    Yummy, this sounds delicious!! My husband is diabetic and complains non-stop about not having any good choices for breakfast. I will be passing this along. 🙂 Thanks!

    1. // Reply

      Donna, I am thrilled you find it helpful as another option. Thanks for stopping by and I wish you continued success.

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    Great recipe! I’m always on the look out for some low carb recipes. Do you know the nutrition info for this dish? I used flax in some recipes, and it gets a bit dry, but I love the low carb aspect of it. Thanks for the recipe!

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      I am glad you like the recipe, but unfortunately, I can’t speak to the nutrition information. I am diabetic and I love to educate myself on said topic, and I continue to experiment with putting foods together, I then take my readings and if the spike is nothing to write home about, then I am good. I also pay attention to the effect on my weight and blood pressure and after that, I am “good to go.” I wish for you all the best.

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