When I was little and my mom would bake delicious gingerbread or oatmeal cookies (two of my dad’s favorite desserts), I would always ask for a taste of molasses. She would give me a spoonful and I would pretend that it was my “medicine”.
It was light molasses, so it didn’t have the vitamin and mineral benefits of blackstrap, but boy, was it yummy.
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To read more about the benefits and uses, please check out our article/podcast, 7 Blackstrap Molasses Benefits, and Some Recipes.
The Other Ingredients in our
Blackstrap Molasses Oatmeal Recipe
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- Ingredients: Organic ground golden flaxseed
- USDA Organic. All-natural. Gluten-Free. Provides fiber, lignans & Omega-3 fats.
- Flaxseed meal has a robust nutty flavor
- Makes a great egg substitute for most recipes.
- Keep best refrigerated or frozen for longer product life
Rolled oats have a wide variety of health benefits. Here are a few:
- Rich in antioxidants
- Very filling so can help you lose weight
- Great source of soluble fiber
- Improved blood sugar
- Cna help lower your cholesterol
- Case of Four, 32 oz. bags (8 lbs. total)
- Vegan; Vegetarian; 100% Whole Grain; High in Fiber; Kosher Pareve
- 100% whole grain
- 7g protein per serving
It’s common knowledge that bananas are high in potassium, but did you know that they are also good sources of Vitamins C and B6? Bananas also have a natural antacid effect, which may help reduce or relieve acid reflux.
This recipe is for a single serving, but it is easily multiplied for two, four, or the whole gang.
All these ingredients add up to one healthy and filling breakfast! Enjoy!
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