Have a healthy start to 2023

Choc’oats Flakes.

For many people, the new year often means a clean slate, to start anew with resolutions one hopes to accomplish. For some, it means setting health goals such as eating right and regularly exercising.

However, most of these tend to be unsustainable which leads to breaking one’s resolutions. To avoid this, it’s important to list things that not only can improve health, but can also be sustained for life.

Have a delicious start to your healthy new year’s resolution with Quaker Oats, which you can use as your new go-to main ingredient in creating better-for-you food all year round.

Quaker Oats has seven times more fiber versus long-grain white rice that aids digestion, serves as an energizer, and even has Beta-Glucan that helps lower cholesterol levels.

Start with these recipes:

Choc’oats Flakes


Serves 15 to 20 pieces

1/5 cup Quaker Rolled Oats

1 cup Chocolate (can be milk, white, or dark)

1/5 cup Corn Flakes

1/8 cup Pinipig

2 tbsps Margarine


1. Melt chocolate and margarine using a microwave oven or double boiler. Mix it often with a spoon to avoid burning it. Mix all ingredients together.

2. On a tray or a plate (that can fit your refrigerator), place a parchment paper.

3. Using a spoon, create small piles (one-bite size) with the mixture. Leave it in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.

4. Remove it from the tray and plate.

Photographs courtesy of Quaker Oats Oats Chocolate Muffin.

Oats Chocolate Muffin


Serves four to six muffins

1/3 cup Quaker Rolled Oats

1 cup Flour

1/2 cup Chocolate

1/3 cup Margarine

1/4 cup Milk

1 Egg

3.5g Baking Powder

1 pinch of Salt


1. Melt margarine in the microwave oven. Add milk and egg.

2. In a bowl, using a fork or a whisk, mix flour, oats, sugar, baking powder and salt.

3. Combine slowly to avoid clumps. Add the semi-sweet chocolate chips to the mixture.

4. Fill 3/4 of the molds and bake for 15 to 20 minutes at 200°C

5. Serve and eat.

Oats and Tuna Mushroom Risotto


Serves one big tray

2 cups Quaker Rolled Oats

4 cups broth (can be vegetable, pork, or chicken)

1 cup fresh or canned mushrooms

1 can tuna

1/2 onion

7 sprigs of spring onion

Salt (as needed)

Pepper (as needed)

*Mushroom can be substituted with other vegetables

1. In a saucepan, simmer chopped onions, spring onions, and mushrooms together until translucent, then add tuna.

2. In another saucepan, put Quaker Rolled Oats and slowly add the broth (around half a cup each time) until the consistency is thick but flowing.

3. Combine tuna mix and oats risotto

4. Serve in a big tray and garnish with spring onion.

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