Strawberry Steel Oat Sundae

Strawberry Steel Oats Sundae Recipe

I mentioned yesterday that I had  a few surprises this week and here’s the first one! I’m giving my blog over to my sweet bloggy friend Debbie today. I’m partying with our grandchildren while our daughter and son in law are out of town for a while. It’s our last opportunity for some fun sleepovers before school starts. You’re in good hands while I’m away though.

Today’s guest is such a sweetie I am sure you have seen her ad on my sidebar for a while now.

Debbie is  the author of Deliciously Inspired.  Her blog was created to house the many ideas that enhance her life and it is her hope that one or two of them will inspire others. I can assure you that they do. Since we all love to discover new recipes you will be happy to know you can find plenty of them at her blog. You will also find organization tips, crafts, and home decorating ideas. Debbie has been cooking for over 40 years and has learned to modify most of her recipes to accommodate food sensitivities in her family and to meet her goal to live a healthy lifestyle.


Hi There Katherine Corner friends.  I’m Debbie from Deliciously Inspired and I’m delighted to be here today to share a fun way to serve oats for breakfast.  When Katherine asked me to share a recipe I wanted to do something brand new just for her many readers and fans.  I was making my steel oats for breakfast and was inspired when my collection of ice cream sundae dishes caught my eye.  Viola!  The breakfast sundae was born and I smile thinking of the appeal to both adults and children. 

Strawberry Steel Oat SundaeOats, fresh fruit, no artificial sweeteners, coconut and almonds bring a lot of flavor and texture to this morning recipe.  Many thanks to Katherine for allowing me the chance to share with you all.

These would be fun to celebrate a special milestone or birthday for children or maybe invite a few girlfriends over for breakfast.  The possibilities are endless – just pick your favorite fruit and fruit spread flavor.

Thank you for sharing Debbie!

Debbie’s First Cookbook titled “A Few Favorites” is now electronically available.  This collection of tried and true recipes range from main dishes to desserts (Thai Pasta Salad, Gluten Free Brownies, Quinoa and Black Beans and Best Ever Pancakes are just a few of the recipes included).  Click HERE to get yours.
More fun tomorrow everyone!
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  1. Looks so delicious and what a wonderful guest post. And truly hoping you are haing a great visit now Katie!! :)

  2. Thank you, Katherine. I hope you are having a great week.

    Nice to meet you, Debbie. I love this idea to make breakfast special.

  3. tamaralikecamera says:

    I’ve never heard of a breakfast sundae but I think this is something my whole family would eat. We love to use oats in new ways!

    • Hi Tamara,
      I know me either but I’m glad I tried it because it’s pretty cute and a good way to use those ice cream dishes for something else. I hope if you try it’s a hit with your family. My children are grown up now but they used to love with every once in awhile I did the unexpected.

  4. Have fun with your grandchildren Katherine!

    Debbie, I love your recipe! and your blog is great! =)

  5. Susan from NC says:

    I love oatmeal – the presentation is wondeful – a fun and good for you breakfast

  6. It sure does look delicious. It is a great way to turn an ordinary breakfast into something extra special. I like to celebrate all the time. This is a perfect way to celebrate……….Ahhh…….Tuesday! Thanks for sharing this with us today.

  7. Thank you all for your sweet comments. It is amazing how the presentation of a food enhances the joy of eating. We don’t need to go to a restaurant to treat ourselves or those we care about to a special dish – most of us have items around our home that we save for special occasions. I am an advocate of turning any given day as a special occasion. If you should try the recipe – please let me know. It delights my heart. Katherine – I hope you are having the best time with your grand babies and thanks again for letting me kidnap your blog today and get to know some of your awesome readers a little better.

  8. Thank you so much for your nice comment. I enjoy your blog by the way. Whoo Hoo – let’s celebrate!

  9. looks delicious….just mouthwatering!


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