Oatmeal: It’s mushy, it’s comforting, and it can be pretty silly. It’s the SpongeBob of the breakfast world!
When the weather gets cold, pull on your striped sweater and try these five ways to enjoy SpongeBob oatmeal with your family.
“Patrick Style” (pictured above)
Prepare oatmeal per package’s directions. Slice strawberries and arrange five pieces in a star-shaped pattern in your bowl and add a round strawberry half to the center like Patrick’s belly.
“SpongeBob Style”Yummy and yellow: Add small pineapple cubes, unsweetened shredded coconut, and 1/4 of a ripe banana to the packet of dried oats. Prepare per package’s directions. Stir well to make sure the banana is completely mushy and combined for an extra creamy consistency.
Prepare oatmeal per package’s directions. You may not have sea-nut butter in your pantry like Sandy does, but stir in some of your child’s favorite nutty spread (almond, peanut, cashew, soy) for a creamy, protein-packed option.
Quick food for slow eaters! Prepare oatmeal per package’s directions. Add a snaily swirl pattern with squeezable strawberry jelly or your syrup of choice. Sprinkle on some blueberries for extra shell detail.
If you have a grumpy morning person on your hands, try waking them up with some refreshing overnight oats. Before bed, add a packet of oats to 1/2c of milk or nondairy milk and a handful of blueberries. It’ll be blue and cold, just like Squidward, and completely delicious. Serve chilled.
Try all these fun variations and more with SpongeBob Pure Growth Oatmeal, available at Walmart.