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Chick-fil-A's new multigrain oatmeal makes healthy taste good

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Healthy and skinny keeps tasting better at Chick-fil-A. The food-service restaurant just added a multigrain oatmeal to its breakfast menu. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill, just-add-water instant oatmeal, either. Chick-fil-A’s multigrain oatmeal is kettle-cooked, steal-cut oatmeal and each bowl is customizable with a bevy of toppings, including cinnamon brown sugar, roasted mixed nuts or a dried fruit blend. YUM! And one of the best things about it is that it’s low-cal at 120 calories per 8-ounce serving.

If you’re a busy mom like Dallas’ Kimberly Ashmore, Chick-fil-A is the place to go when looking to pick up a quick, healthy dinner or after-school snack. “The food my family consumes is a big concern for me,” she said. “We avoid carbs and sugar, and Chick-fil-A offers a variety of those menu items that my kids love to eat.”

Chick-fil-A’s full breakfast menu first appeared in 1986. In the past five years, however, the chain has focused on diversifying its morning menu offerings with a variety of entrees, including Breakfast Burritos, Bagel Sandwiches, Spicy Chicken Biscuits, Fruit Cups and Yogurt Parfaits.

Details: $2.49; 120 calories; serving size 8 ounces; 2.5 grams of fat without toppings (up to 290 cals and 11 grams of fat with the addition of toppings, all with no trans fat).

Dallas Food Examiner's favorite spots to stop and get Chick-fil-A in the metroplex: in Rockwall at Ridge Road; Dallas at 75 & Lovers; aross from SMU at Hillcrest near McFarlin.

Have you tried the new Chick-fil-A multigrain oatmeal? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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