Serious Strength-Building Protein Oatmeal!

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Protein? It’s all that most of us can talk about these days, and finding protein-packed recipes, especially to replenish our minds and bodies post-workout, should be the top priority. With so much more information out there on just how much protein we should be getting, it’s a no-brainer that having more of it in our diets will undoubtedly improve our more than our strength! 

In fact, in terms of macronutrients, protein is the most important, and whether you’re carb mad or keto-focused, a protein-packed breakfast or snack will give you the energy to see you through the day and give you the things your body really needs. 

So if you’re looking for a breakfast that’s protein-tastic, look no further! This hearty protein oatmeal recipe is not just packed with wholesome ingredients like coconut oil, peanut butter, as well as some chia seeds and ground flaxseed for fiber and healthy fats, but we’ve also included a couple of things for those fitness-conscious individuals too, like creatine and Ostarine, which is a selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM), a performance-enhancing agent that stimulates anabolism, which can help build muscle and strength, however, these two are optional. 

So what are we waiting for? Let's get cooking!


  • 1/2 cup of rolled oats.

  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil.

  • 2 tablespoons of sweetened peanut butter.

  • 1/2 cup of frozen fruit, such as smoothie mixes or anything you have in your freezer.

  • 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed.

  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds.

  • 10 milligrams of Ostarine and 1 tablespoon of creatine, both of which are optional.


  • Firstly, prepare those oats. If you want to add an extra dose of protein, now’s the time to add your milk of choice into the mix. Put the oats and a cup of water (or your milk of choice) into a microwave-safe bowl and heat it on high for two to three minutes until the oats reach your desired consistency. 

  • Add in the frozen fruit, the flax seeds, and chia seeds, and your optional protein enhancements. If the mix gets too thick at this point, make sure to top it up with some boiling water and put it back in the microwave for an extra 60 seconds. 

  • Once you've taken it out of the microwave, you will see just how thick it is, so at this point you can stir through the peanut butter to guarantee that even distribution of flavors and nutrients making for a yummy, hearty, and healthy dish.

A Few Things to Consider

The great thing about oatmeal is that there is no hard and fast rule when we’re talking about consistency. This oatmeal is full of goodness, there’s a whole variety of healthy fats, carbs from the oats, and protein from quite a few different sources, including the chia seeds. 

It's also worth bearing in mind that with meals such as this that come with quite a quantity of healthy fats, so you need to build up your tolerance gradually, especially if you’ve been strict with your fat consumption. Remember, fat is not the enemy, so long as it’s good fats like coconut oil and peanut butter, but consuming something with so many different nutrients in at once might be a little bit too much for delicate bellies!

And there you have it, strength-building protein oatmeal! If you are on the hunt for something that is nourishing, nutritious, and provides a shot of warmth as the weather turns colder, protein oatmeal is exactly what you need in your life. And for an added bonus during the summer months, all of these ingredients can easily be blended together to make a delicious protein smoothie! What’s not to love?

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