Rating
4.75
Average: 4.8 (4 votes)
Active time
5 minutes
Yield
1 Serving
Nutritioni
Ingredients

1 egg

⅓ cup milk

⅓ cup quick-cooking oats

¼ cup finely chopped apple

1 tablespoon sugar (optional)

¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon

Dash salt (optional)

¼ cup vanilla yogurt

Instructions
  1. Beat the egg and milk in a 2-cup microwave-safe bowl until blended. Stir in the oats, apple, sugar, cinnamon and salt.
  2. Microwave on high until the liquid is absorbed and the egg is set, 1 ½ to 2 minutes.
  3. Stir and top with yogurt. Garnish with additional chopped apples if you wish.

Mary Dunkersloot, Courtesy of the Egg Nutrition Center

Nutrition

Calories: 370
Total Fat: 13g
Saturated Fat: 5g
Sodium: 150mg
Carbohydrate: 43g
Fiber: 5g
Total Sugars: 16g (Added Sugar: 3g)
Protein: 20g

Yield: 1 Serving

How'd it Taste?

Michael Tophoj
5
I am a kid and I made this for my grams and she said she LOVED it. Best recipie EVER
Cynthia
0
Hi Michael! Your Grams is lucky to have someone like you to cook for her!
Trish
0
I want to second that!! So nice!
Wanda
0
Is there a way to make this with steel cut oats?
kelly-oldways
0
Hi Wanda, If you're going to make this with steel-cut oats, then you'll have to do it on the stovetop, rather than the microwave, and increase the cooking time.
Steve
0
Looks great. How many calories.
mmoore
0
Hi Steve, it's 330 calories per serving. You can mouse over the (i) next to Nutrition to see full facts!
KATHY
0
USE QUICK COOKING SCO OR PARTIALLY COOKED FROM BIG BATCH
jcmmmc
0
I do not use a microwave; (I can guess) but would you know how I should cook this / for how long?
Amy
0
Can I use instant oatmeal?
Hannah-Oldways
0
We haven't tried this recipe with instant oats. The cooking time and the final result might be different.
Laora
5
Amazing recipe, it’s quick and easy and still tastes delicious.
Chantal
5
Delicious! I used plain greek yogurt for added protein and a zippy taste.
Jane
0
How long does this keep? Is it suitable for 7-day meal prep?
Hannah-Oldways
0
This recipe will probably taste best right from the microwave. However, we have other oats recipes that will work well for meal prep! https://oldwayspt.org/recipes/apricot-and-tahini-steel-cut-oats-cinnamon https://oldwayspt.org/recipes/banana-berry-overnight-oatmeal https://oldwayspt.org/recipes/slow-cooker-pumpkin-steel-cut-oatmeal
Karen
0
Just the recipe I've been looking for Egg protein thanks
Becky
0
My husband leaves for work quite early and doesn't eat breakfast until he gets there. Could we make this up before he leaves and microwave it maybe 2 hours later? Thanks!
Katherine-Oldways
0
Hi Becky, that should be fine. I would suggest keeping the wet and dry ingredients separate until you are going to cook, and be sure to keep the egg and milk mixture cold. I think our overnight oats recipes would be perfect for your husband's schedule. Search "overnight oats" and you'll find several recipes that can be quickly made the night before and just grabbed on your way out the door!
Marjorie Tomlinson
4
I like a little more sweetness, and added 1 teaspoon maple syrup.

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