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Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal

Since being on the 25 Weeks to A New You challenge, I have changed the way I eat.

Previously, I have tried so many diets - no carbs, the fruits only fast, juice fast. All worked but none are sustainable. You know it didnt last since I'm still trying to loose weight now. -___-

This time around, I want to do it right. I want to make it my lifestyle. Therefore, I have learned to eat clean most of the time but also allowing me to eat "sinfully" whenever I feel like it. The key is moderation.

So far, I have been able to eat good. I prepare my meals now; breakfast and lunch are packed from home and I try to eat out less. Ironically, I suddenly do not crave for desserts, sweets and salty food much these days. I guess my sore muscles are a great reminder of the hard work that I had to put in just to burn 300 calories!

To make this a lifestyle, I want to make it simple and easy for myself. I want the quickest and simplest meal to make but also packed in taste and nutrients.

One example of this is the Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal for breakfast.

4 ingredients make the yummiest meal! 
So, all you need is 4 ingredients. 

And here's what you need to do; 

Mash the banana in a separate bowl, add 1/2 to 3/4 cup of fresh milk and stir in 1/2 tablespoon peanut butter. 

In your container/tupperware, add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of oats. Combine the peanut butter banana mixture and stir well. 

Chuck in the fridge, to be served for breakfast the next day! Easy peasy yummy. 

This meal is about 200 calories, with 4g fats. 

This lasts me a while, but I snack on almonds and wheat grains biscuits in between breakfast and lunch. 

You may notice that I do not use skimmed milk. You can go ahead and change up the ingredients to skimmed, semi skimmed, rolled oats, organic oats, almond butter and what nots. I personally prefer the taste of the fresh milk and peanut butter. :p 

Just remember, moderation and sustainability are what we're aiming for here. 


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