How much milk do you put in oatmeal?

How much milk do you put in oatmeal?

The ratio is 1:2. The usual serving size is ½ cup oats to 1 cup of water, milk or combination of both. I like combining ½ a cup of water and ½ a cup of milk for the best consistency.

How do you make one serving of oats?

Combine water or milk, salt and oats in a medium microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on HIGH 2 1/2 to 3 minutes; stir before serving....Microwave

  1. 1/2 cup oats.
  2. 1 cup water or milk.
  3. Dash of salt (optional; for low sodium diets, omit salt)

Do you put milk in oatmeal?

The key to getting a creamy, not-gluey bowl of oatmeal is using enough water. Notice we said water—cooking oatmeal in milk tends to make a stickier, thicker oatmeal. Follow the directions on the canister using H2O, then add a splash of milk or almond milk in the bowl.

Are oats better with milk or water?

Simple tip #1: Make oatmeal with milk (or a non-dairy alternative) versus water. Not only does oatmeal made with water taste way less delicious, but you're also missing out on the extra protein staying power that milk will add to the breakfast. Water will also make the oats more gummy instead of creamy.

Can we eat banana with oats?

The banana is a healthy fruit that gives your bowl of oatmeal a touch of sweetness and a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals. Adding a banana to your oatmeal each morning enhances the taste of your breakfast and even gives this already fiber-rich dish an extra boost of fiber.