3 flavors, 1 flight of Quaker® overnight oats to try at breakfast! Mix equal amounts of milk and oats in a jar, separate into small containers, and top with your favorite fruit. You’ll have one breakfast with three different sweet flavors to satisfy every tastebud.

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Get the delicious texture and hearty nutrition of our original Quaker® Steel Cut Oats without taking any extra time in the morning. Just follow this simple make-ahead recipe, then re-heat the oatmeal cups in the microwave the morning of. You can even let slightly older kids gain independence and a little cooking experience by letting them do it themselves!

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Quaker weight control oatmeal in maple and brown sugar...yummy, and what I eat for breakfast most days!

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The 20 Cereals That Are Actually Healthy (and How to Pick 'Em) #cereal #breakfast
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Feel fuller longer with these 10 fiber-rich foods. Snacking on Quaker​ Oatmeal, Smartfood​ Popcorn, Frito-Lay​ Almonds, and Naked Juice​'s chia drinks are just a few easy options to incorporate fiber into your diet. You can also get creative: stir chia seeds into Muller yogurt, blend Quaker oats into smoothies, and grind Frito-Lay almonds into nut butter for a great morning or afternoon boost.

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An easy prepping of Blueberries and Banana Overnight Quaker® Oats is extremely rewarding for a delicious and healthy kick-start to your day, every day.

Enjoy the sweet and delicious flavors of apple pie for breakfast! This amazing Apple Pie Overnight Oats recipe is simple and easy to prepare the night before and enjoy the next morning. Use Quaker® Old Fashioned Oats for a quick and convenient morning meal.

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Peanut Butter lovers, here’s something to wake up for! Add Quaker® Oats to a container of your choice and pour in milk. Mix in vanilla extract, chia seeds, and cinnamon. Alternate between layers of peanut butter and layers of sliced banana. Drizzle with honey for a touch of sweetness and let it steep in the fridge overnight. Your breakfast will be ready and waiting in the morning.

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Researchers have identified a substance in oats called beta-glucan which significantly reduces LDL cholesterol.

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