Nutella breakfast oatmeal + All-Clad giveaway
I love any type of oatmeal and this Nutella breakfast oatmeal is a bit more unique and different that what I have been making in the past.
Hello my friends, I am super excited about this Nutella breakfast oatmeal.
Besides the recipe, today I am offering you a new recipe but together with an amazing giveaway.
I have partnered with A Partnership for a Healthier America, All-Clad and a group of fellow bloggers to spread childhood obesity awareness.
The giveaway will offer a grand price winner 7 piece stainless steel master chef cookware set worth over $450 as well as a 11 inch stainless steel french skillet worth over $100.
But before I give you all the details about the giveaway and the recipe, I want to give you some statistics about childhood obesity in the US.
- Obesity has become a major health concern. 1 in every 3 adults is obese and almost 1 in 5 youth between the ages of 6 and 19 is obese.
- A total of 27% of the US population are obese, making that one quarter of the population!
- 1 in 3 children and adolescents in this country are overweight or obese.
- Over the past 30 years, childhood obesity in the U.S. has doubled among ages 2-5 and more than tripled among ages 6-11 and 12-19.
This statistics are quite shocking but the problem doesn’t stop here. Being overweight or obese can increase your risk of:
- Heart disease
- Type 2 diabetes
- High blood pressure
- Breathing problems
- Gallbladder disease
- Some kinds of cancer
- Problems getting pregnant
Childhood obesity is a major problem in the US. It is a problem of great magnitude, so serious that they have considered labeling obesity as a disease.
The give away will offer:
To enter: Giveaway is now close
Veronica R for the 7 piece All-Clad set
Melinda Wycoff for the 11 inch French saute pan
You must use the Rafflecopter to enter. Once you have entered your email address you will obtain directions.
Here is the list of the other bloggers involved in the giveaway. Go on over and enter there as well. You can do 3 entries per blog for a total of 28 entries.
- Chocolate & Carrots – Healthy Red Velvet Smoothies
- Texanerin Baking – Chocolate Zucchini Brownies
- Dinners, Dishes and Desserts – Tomato Balsamic Ravioli
- Carla’s Confections – Dried Fruit & Nut Trail Mix
- Table for Two – Lightened Up Chicken Salad Sandwich
- Country Cleaver – Raspberry Peach Fruit Leather
- All Day I Dream About Food – Guilt-Free Fig Newtons
- BranAppetit – Almond Crusted Chicken Tenders
- The Lemon Bowl – Gluten Free Oatmeal Peach Bread
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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by A Partnership for a Healthier America and All-Clad. This post contains affiliate links. I did not receive compensation for this post. The end. :-)
I have made this for my kids on a couple of occasions and they just love it. Because this oatmeal has some Nutella in it they think they are having something bad, not the case. Full of fiber, whole grains, and protein, and even though it has Nutella in it is not even that sweet at all.
Nutella breakfast oatmeal
Miryam's original recipe
Yield: 4 servings
Total Time: 10 minutes
- 2 cups rolled oats, gluten free
- 3 cups almond milk, or any other milk
- 2 tbsp Nutella
- 1 tbsp cocoa powder
- 2 tbsp Chia seeds, adds more fiber and omega 3's which are anti inflammatory
- 1 tbsp Maple syrup, you can also use honey
- 1/4 cup Chopped hazelnuts
In a sauce pan, over medium to low heat, add all of the ingredients. Stir constantly with a spatula or a whisk until most of the milk as been absorb or the oats are tender.
Turn heat off and serve with some extra chopped hazelnuts if desired.
Store leftovers covered in glass containers in the refrigerator.
Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 4 servings
A wholesome breakfast! My husband actually loves oatmeal for the dinner…maybe I can make this one for him this weekend.
What a delicious and nutritious breakfast idea! I always seem to forget about oatmeal as a breakfast option, but when there’s nutella involved, I’m always in! :D
I can’t participate to the giveaway, but I’m really concern about obesity… It is a real problem in Canada too! And we have to fight it! Love this oatmeal!
More home cooked meals. I find it easier during the school year because of the structured schedule. In the summer it was sometimes quicker just to pick up lunch or dinner when we were out and about.
I finally managed to get your link right! Looks wonderful, so glad to be a part of this project with you.
Nothing beats breakfast. Except maybe a chocolate breakfast…
Oooh – this nutella oatmeal sounds so GREAT!
I will pack more fruits, veggies and whole grains for my kid’s snacks and lunches.
I am trying to eat and encourage my kids to eat for fresh fruits and veggies.
Your breakfast oatmeal looks amazing! I would love to win!
Yay! I really really need new pots and pans so I hope I win! All of my non-stick pots are scratched and I heard it’s really bad for you o.0. Thanks for the great recipes! ~ Laurie
This year I’m going to send lunch with my daughter every day so she doesn’t have to eat the gross cafeteria food! Also I have cut out cereal and make all breakfasts from scratch, I will be perusing your website for more healthy breakfast ideas!
The Nutella Breakfast Oatmeal sounds amazing!!! Would love to win these amazing pots!!!
Incorporating my vegetables into our meals on a daily basis!
This is such a great cause. Keep up your good work! :)
I love all of your statistics about obesity. As I mentioned in my post, I have first-hand experience with the national epidemic so this is close to home.
I am all for anything with Nutella! What a great breakfast!
Cut the refined sugar out of our diet and eat Real Food! No sodas or juices, unless we make our own. Teach the kids to fix their own food, regardless of their age. Provide plenty of whole foods to snack on.
What healthy change are you going to make this school year for your family? Well, I do not have school age children @ home anymore, but for myself~Health & wellness is my top priority! I have heart disease & I am a stroke survivor! Plus, I work for a Global Health & Wellness company. My biggest change is no more “boxed” or prepared food. I cook every meal EVERY day!
This looks delicious, we’re always looking for recipes to live’n up our oatmeal.
My kids are all grown but I will try to cut out more sugar and less processed foods for my hubby & myself.
I Looooooooove Nutella! This oatmeal looks awesome :)
I will be packing one fruit a day for lunch :) and this giveaway is just great for such an amazing cause.
cook more – eat out less. hopefully cooking with this nice cookware!
I plan on packing my kids’ lunches with more fruits and vegetables and whole grains.
All-Clad is a gread product… I would love to trade up for those! Getting rid of “non-stick” pans would be a healthy change.
It look delicious and love your recipes anyway:) thanks a lot for sharing.
I will pre-pack healthy snacks rather than store bought items… for example… make my own granola bars (some awesome recipes all over the internet).. including some fawesome recipes on eat good for life!!
Love all the recipes and how great they taste and that my children love them.
Now this is how you start a Monday with lots of Nutella!! Love it!
I am trying to add in more fruits and veggies into their meals.
Less processed foods and more fruits and veggies!! Thanks for the great giveaway :)
I love oatmeal and Nutella would make it even better!
Instead of sweets after dinner, we will have a plateful of fruits for the family. Thanks for the giveaway!
Love that oatmeal and nutella pair so well together!
I wish I had cooked healthier while my children were growing up – one has weight problems now. They barely got up in time to eat breakfast. This looks good.
I make all of our meals including packing my husband’s lunch. We all have access to healthy meals all day to avoid tempatation.
Love all the great and healthy recipes. Will share your blog.
I need to come up with more creative ways to get protein into my kids since they’re not big meat eaters.
Having fruit and veggies ready for snacking in the fridge.
Love Love Love all the recipes!
Pack more home-cooked lunches!
This school year I am going to try and cut out as many sugary treats as possible.
I am trying to get my daughter to eat more greens and vegetables, and I am trying to food combine more to ease some of my stomach problems.
That looks so good and who doesn’t need new pans!
I don’t have kids but I recommend healthy recipes with low sugar and healthy snacks to co-workers and friends for their kids (think homemade granola bars, fruit with apples or cheese, almonds and yogurt)
I don’t have kids, but we are focusing on eliminating processed foods and eating more at home. Also adding salt free,natural spices made by local businesses.
I’m going to try to get rid of all products that contain high fructose corn syrup!
I am temporarily trying to eliminate sugars of any kind in my diet, do you by chance know how much stevia that I would need to add to sweeten this?
Eating more fruits and vegetables along with drinking more water on a daily basis.
I’m cutting out white things: white sugar, white flour, white bread, white pasta and white potatoes…and substituting whole grains. I need to get better about eating a healthy breakfast!
I have developed a clean eating diet and my kids love eating this way. They have become interested in trying new vegetables. My husband love the peanut butter banana oatmeal so I’m sure he will love this one with his favorite, nutella. Can’t wait to try!
I strive to cook with real food as much as I can ans avoid any packaged goodies. It’s mostly homemade in my house.I’m in the process of finding 5 or more preparations or flavor combos for all the main veggies each season that we actually enjoy. It’s quite a feat with a 3 year old and husband.
Miriam, my boys would love this breakfast and boy it looks so yummy. I read so many of your tips and make the boys read it too. Love you for all the great tips, wish and hope to follow your way of eating, so healthy.
I will read the ingredient labels closely. Google ingredients that I am not familiar with.
I love the idea of getting to eat nutella for breakfast but in a healthier way!! The family and I are going to make healthier changes by really remembering to eat breakfast every day (i.e. I will force breakfast down the.boy’s throat!)
I am going to have more healthy and easy to grab snacks for after school.
I am going to be more aware of the packaging food comes in and avoid harmful chemical additives to packaging.
I am going to strive to pack nutritious, varied and creative meals for my daughters school lunch.
I am going to incorporate more fresh vegetables in my meals
We are seriously looking at portion control at meals, and healthier snacks.
Eat healthier meals at home!
Trying to help my husband have free time so that he can relax, have some time to himself, and have time to eat right. He’s too busy taking care of everyone else.
What healthy change(s) am I going to make this school year for the family? More veggies, plus making dishes that are lower in fats and less sodium. In addition to being able to cook more fish and chicken with the veggies.
I have never tried the Nutella Breakfast Oatmeal
My toddler isn’t school age yet – but I am going to help my husband pack healthier lunches!
I have a smoothie every morning with kale or spinach and chia seeds and hemp seeds. It keep me very satisfied till lunch.
I would LOVE to win this cooking set, it’s positively beautiful! Oh and I’d love to try the above recipe! :)
I plan on using my nutri bullet and adding more vegetables to each meal.
Cooking thing that grow in the ground (organic when possible) and things that eat thing grown in the ground.
Make a healthy Breakfast to start the day :)
Try ti eat healthy everyday. ALL CLAD is a wonderful product!!
More fruits for snacking, no chips.
My mother and I are very healthy eaters but one of my food goals for Fall is to try more of a variety of recipes. Love the ones I’ve found on your blog so far! :)
That looks lovely. I must start making sure I remember that breakfast is as important as every other meal time!
I will try and use quinoa and brown rice more often.
Putting nutella into oatmeal is a great idea!! I am totally doing this the next time I have oatmeal!
This school year we are going to keep it healthy by packing a healthy lunch the night before. Also by starting out the morning right with a healthy breakfast. I am also making sonethings ahead for freezing like whole wheat waffles and baked eggs for egg sandwiches.
I’m incorporating more fruit and vegetables into every meal, from breakfast omelets with onions and mushrooms to more veggies with dinner!
We are trying to eat more organic food!
Would love to win this all clad set!
It would be wonderful to win these, My mom has been wanting the stainless steel set, this would be a great Christmas present for her !
I pack my daughter’s school lunches. That way I know that she is eating healthy nutritious meals for lunch.
We will be adding much more fruit and Veggies:-) Just ordered a Vitamix:-)
We are eating more fruits and vegetables. Less fast food. Drinking more water.
Lots easy snacks ready to go!
Great giveaway! I’m going to make more grab and go snacks and meals for the freezer. This school year is going to be crazy busy so fast healthy and homemade options will be super important.