Oatmeals #NYC Teams up with Quaker Oats! @OatMealsNY

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I was invited to this event and unfortunately could not attend. Fellow Tristate Bloggers member Krista of The NYC Talon was kind enough to stand in for me. This is a guest post written by Krista. All of the photos are hers and used with permission.

Oatmeals NYC

I always feel extremely lucky to live in a city where amazing food exists – one such place is Oatmeals down in the West Village. Oatmeals opened in 2012 by Sam Stephens, this specialty “Oatmeal Bar” specializes in (you guessed it) oatmeal! Sam, whose passion for the classic breakfast food started during her budgeted college days, having a love for food started creating recipes that made a boring bowl of oats incredibly delicious. Sam, who I met at Oatmeals this past week, shared her story with me as well as the exciting partnership that Oatmeals has recently made with Quaker Oats!

Oatmeals NYC

Anyone can see that the partnership between Quaker Oats and Oatmeals could not have been more natural, a thought which I shared with Sam – and she couldn’t agree more. “I was so excited to work with Quaker, it really allowed me to push myself and experiment some more” she said happily. Oatmeals offers a plethora of delicious sounding flavors including everything from comforting stand-by’s like Brown Sugar & Raisin to savory oatmeals like The Canadian which includes cinnamon roasted apples, sharp cheddar cheese, bacon, maple syrup, and sea salt.

Eager to taste of few of Oatmeals exciting options I had a bowl of oatmeal drizzled with peanut butter and strawberry jam, topped off with diced apple. It was insanely good, really like a dessert – without feeling as heavy as one. After my first bite I pretty much abandoned my preconceived oatmeal notions, which was good because the second oatmeal I tried was completely off the charts.

Oatmeals NYC

Warm oatmeal topped off with cool Greek yogurt, strawberries, blueberries, sliced almonds, and chia seeds, framed by banana slices, and drizzled with honey – definitely the best bowl of oatmeal that I have ever had. The flavors were obviously delicious, but what really took me by surprise was the different textures – the warm creamy-ness of the oatmeal, sweetness of the banana, cool tartness of the Greek yogurt, firmness of the fruit, and crunch of the almonds. Loved it.

Oatmeals NYC

If you’re in NYC you should definitely stop by Oatmeals (and don’t leave without an oatmeal cookie either!), if you’re not then grab some Quaker Oatmeal – the great thing is that these tasty treats are accessible and you can make them at home! Sam has teamed up Quaker and has some fantastic oatmeal recipes you should definitely check out too!

MORE INFO

Oatmeals website

Oatmeals NY on Twitter

Oatmeals NY on Facebook

What’s your favorite way to eat oatmeal or your favorite recipe that calls for oatmeal? I’d love to know, so please leave a comment!

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11 comments

Melissa @ SavingCentsWithSense.net April 29, 2014 - 6:10 pm

Oh my gosh, that looks like the best oatmeal I have ever seen! I will have to check out more of Sam’s recipes.

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Shauna April 29, 2014 - 8:22 pm

That is really awesome. I am a huge oatmeal fan and love all the choices now available. That fruit one – um – wow, YUMMY

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Trisha April 29, 2014 - 8:51 pm

I love oatmeal so I think a visit to Oatmeals is in order next time I’m in the city! I’m particularly interested in trying the Salted Caramel Apple odd their menu, it sounds delicious!

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Jenn April 29, 2014 - 9:47 pm

We will be stopping by Oatmeal’s for sure the next time we visit the city. My husband loves oatmeal anything!

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Donna April 29, 2014 - 11:11 pm

To be honest, I’m not a big oatmeal eater (except oatmeal cookies, they’re my faves), but that sure does look good!

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Raijean April 30, 2014 - 12:43 am

Such a cool event, I don’t really use it in recipes but I love it with craisins.

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patricia Marsden April 30, 2014 - 5:12 am

I love oatmeal cookies. When traveling throuogh airports early morn, I always look for the kiosks which oatmeal, a tasty fill.

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Toni April 30, 2014 - 6:54 am

I am pretty simple when it comes to my oatmeal. I love cinnamon and brown sugar in mine 🙂

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Lisa April 30, 2014 - 8:56 am

I really like oatmeal chocolate chip cookies! When it come to regular oatmeal, I like it hot with brown sugar!

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Ashley M April 30, 2014 - 1:34 pm

Oh yum, the warm oatmeal with fruit topping looks delicious. I love these unique restaurants when I travel, not obvious choices but really great experiences.

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Liz Mays April 30, 2014 - 10:53 pm

That’s the kind of breakfast I would happily enjoy, and frequently! It sounds really yummy!

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