High Fiber Breakfast Oats

A typical breakfast oats may occasionally look like this - rolled oats with nuts, seeds, fresh berries; 

and other times, like this - rolled oats with chia seeds, berries, banana, dragon fruit. 

Raise your hand (or both hands) if you consume those banana fibers inside of the banana skin, and if you scrape the dragon fruit from the inside of the skin to get fiber to the max. Say yes to zero waste kitchen, and say no to rising food prices. Some frugal fiber does not hurt our health and wallets.Alternatively, try these wallet-friendly breakfast oat muffins e.g. Pineapple Chocolate Oatmeal Muffins, Banana Cacao Oatmeal Muffins as on-the-go high-fiber breakfast options.

High-Fiber Breakfast Oats
1 cup organic rolled oats or homemade muesli made from organic rolled oats
1 tsp ground flax seeds/chia seeds
1/2 cup dragon fruits cubes or dragon fruit fiber scrapes from the inside of the skin (image above)
1/2 cup banana pieces or banana fiber scrapes from the inside of the skin (image above)
Handful of organic berries
1 cup organic soy milk

Directions: Add soy milk to the oats/muesli, add ground flax seeds and top with fruits (Note: I did not cook the oats or soak the muesli because I prefer the chewy firm texture of oats. If you prefer a softer texture, soak oats overnight with some water, and repeat the same directions the next morning.