I finally realized that I like both equally. In fact, I’m one of those people that adore salty-sweet combinations. Pretzels dipped in chocolate? YES. Pineapple on my (cheeseless) pizza? YES. Cranberries in my sauteed brussels sprouts? Absolutely. Salt on my oatmeal?
If you’re a fan of the salty-sweet combos like me, here are five of my favorite salted oatmeal recipes! Have you tried them all yet?
my blog. Even if it is no longer the most popular post, I still think it was one of
the first ideas I had that took my creations from “basic” to “trendy and creative.”
You must try this if you haven’t. Just make sure you try the updated version; it’s
been vastly improved!
so I could make it. I’ve learned that almost whenever you combine maple syrup with salt,
you’re bound to end up with a masterpiece. This is Exhibit A.
on making a chocolate pear porridge, but if you follow this blog, you know that I simply
despise pears, so this recipe was doomed from the start (at least by my taste buds).
Unsurprisingly, I was disappointed in the results. Unwilling to settle for an unsatisfactory oatmeal
experience, I sprinkled some salt on top. BAM. Problem solved. That minuscule pinch of salt
took this recipe from a C- to a solid A.
discovering that they lacked in any sort of groundbreaking flavor, I gave it the pear
treatment (AKA mixing it with chocolate and topping it with salt–duh!). Once again,
not topped with salt. Instead, it incorporates a savory ingredient–(veggie) sausage–that
truly makes it a stellar dish. Whenever I make this, I make a billion servings’ worth
so I can eat it for breakfast AND lunch for an entire week (I’m only slightly exaggerating).