• Instagram
  • Google Plus
  • Facebook
  • Twitter







Boast your Oatmeal to pro-training level

Take your Oatmeal to the next level with this a pro-like boost.



This basic recipe has been used by endurance athletes to weightlifters. They all have their own small variations, but the core is the same. 

When you are looking for a performance food, what can’t go wrong with oatmeal? You can make up your own combinations using this versatile produce, changing the flavour from sweet to savoury, changing the meal time from breakfast to lunch or supper.

Adding egg, avocado and butter will give you a wholesome savoury base on to which you can add your own finishing touches. This base will sit well in your stomach and provide you with sufficient slow-burning calories for your endurance training.

If you are short of time then you can prepare the oatmeal by simply soaking them over night before the cooking stage.

Base Ingredients - (Serves one)
- 125 grams of whole milk or milk alternative 
- 65 grams steel-cut oats 
- 1 tablespoon butter
- 1 egg
- Half an avocado, sliced
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Any additional spices





- Gradually bring the milk to a boil in a small pot
- Add the oats and simmer for 10 to 20 minutes, stirring until the oats are close to your desired consistency.
- Stirring will help your oats release extra starch, giving your oatmeal a creamier texture.
- Add salt, pepper, your chosen spices, and butter in the final few minutes of cooking.
- Just before your oats are ready, fry the egg and slice the avocado.
- Spoon the oats into a bowl
- Place the egg and avocado on top


Possible Additional spices & Toppings
- Turmeric, Madras Curry Powder, Smoked Paprika etc
- Or 1 teaspoon hot sauces; Sriracha, Sambal Oelek, Harisa etc
- Or 2 Tbsp of cheese; Cottage cheese, Parmesan Cheese, Feta cheese etc
- Or 60 grams of cooked sausage or ham
- Or 3 cherry tomatoes
- Or plain Greek yogurt
- Or seeds; sesame, chia
- Or pesto
- Or anything you desire …..


Also on WhichTrainingCamp | Swimming Training Camps | Rowing Training Camps | Cycling Training Camps | Triathlon Training Camps | Athletics Training Camps | Running Training Camps | Find a Coach | Nutrition Articles |

Categories: All topics