Make Every Oat Count with Bob’s Red Mill

Mares Eat Oats and Does Eat Oats and I Eat Oats all. day. long.

So let’s talk about oats and how Bob’s Red Mill basically owns my carbs. I could never give up grains, but I can at least make them really good grains.

Every morning I eat the same thing – a homemade oatmeal which consists of Bob’s Red Mill Organic Quick Cooking Rolled Oats, flax seeds, hemp seeds, chia seeds, and cinnamon. I add cold almond milk and don’t even need to heat it. And, miraculously, I never tire of it.


I also use Bob’s Red Mill oats for simple fruit crisps, utilizing whatever fruit is in season whether it’s apples or rhubarb, and add them to homemade honey oat bread and zucchini muffins. For snack cravings, my go-to is Bob’s Red Mill Muesli, which, I must admit, needs to join up with nutritional yeast on new name campaigns. But, name aside, it’s my favorite thing when paired with Stonyfield yogurt and fresh fruit.


Bob’s Red Mill is my go-to trusted brand for grains and baking needs from coconut sugar to baking soda. One of the largest lines of organic, whole grain foods in the country, Bob’s Red Mill specializes in unique whole grains, stone ground flours, cereals and baking mixes and also produce a wide variety of high-quality gluten free flours, cereals and baking mixes.

In addition to their certified organic varieties, all products are Sourced Non-GMO, meaning the ingredients they source have been declared by their suppliers to be made without the use of modern biotechnology.

The best part is that Bob’s Red Mill products are affordable and can be bought in bulk. I get 8 pounds of organic oats for less than $20 on Amazon! If organic oats aren’t a priority buy for you, the non-organic ones are 8 pounds for only $13.

So, do you eat oats?

Disclosure: This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. Regardless, my opinions are honest. See my full disclosure here.

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