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Benefits of Oats, Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Updated on December 28, 2016
Benefits of Eating Oats, Oatmeal Cookie Recipe
Benefits of Eating Oats, Oatmeal Cookie Recipe

Benefits of Eating Oatmeal

Eating oatmeal for breakfast is a smart choice for better health. Oatmeal is a natural colon cleanser, and may help prevent from having a colonoscopy procedure, if you consume oats at least once a day. Oatmeal can be eaten in a variety of ways with: pure clover honey, a slice of butter, raisins, dried cranberries, sliced bananas, diced walnuts, sprinkled cinnamon, sliced apples, and other tasty ingredients.

There are many benefits of eating oatmeal. This organic meal is filling, and it assists with sharp memory strength. Being that oats very high in fiber it is good for many health reasons: It helps lower cholesterol, helps with weight loss, gives energy to your mind and body, helps to prevent and fight cancer, has vitamin B, helps to keep your colon clean, assists with hair growth and better looking skin. Also eating oatmeal can help maintain your regular weight for a healthy diet. There's to types of oats to choose from: five minute oats which are coarse but healthier, and the one minute oats which are lighter to swallow.

There are oatmeal cookie recipes that are delicious. Everyone in the family can enjoy the health benefits of eating their oats. Oatmeal has to be eaten at least once a day to notice a difference in your regular diet. Consistent oat consumption is a choice I decided on a long time ago. So, eat your oats "it's all good," (literally). 

Oatmeal Cookie Recipe Ingredients

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.


♥ 1 cup Raisins 1/4 teaspoon Baking Soda (Clobber Girl, Brand)
♥ 1 pinch of Salt
♥ 3/4 cup soft Butter (Land O' Lakes) 1 teaspoon Cinnamon
♥ 1 cup Brown Sugar
♥ 3 cups Oatmeal
♥ 2 whole Eggs
♥ 1 teaspoon Vanilla Flavoring
♥ 1/2 cup of chopped Walnut
♥ 2 1/2 cups Flour (All-purpose flour)
♥ 1/2 cup of honey

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Oatmeal Cookies Instructions

In a large bowl mix soft butter, sugar, eggs, and vanilla thoroughly. And then mix in the remaining ingredients. Add each cookie dough to a cookie sheet by tablespoon or by hand, place medium round shapes in cookie sheet. Have them about 1 inch spaced apart on lightly greased pan, using spray cooking grease, such as, “Pam” or another brand. Bake 15-20 minutes until light brown. Then remove from oven and let cool for 5 minutes. This batch could make 2 dozens.

Remember eating oats every morning is a natural way of keeping your colon clean, and your mind sharp.

© 2016 Ann810

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    • Ann810 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ann810 

      22 months ago from Sunny Cali

      Yep Eric, that's it. Oats are great for me, I'm sure there are others that have to have them also. Oats are organic and cleansing for the body.

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      Eric Dierker 

      22 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Hooray for oats.

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