If you are already using berries and almonds, why not get creative with your fruit and nut choices. Pomegranate arils and pistachios are a nice combo when combined with slightly sweet and nutty almond milk.
Instead of nuts, think nut butter. Any nut butter with a crisp sweet fruit, like pear, is a winner with a splash of your favorite milk.
Banana and walnut are always good in baked bread, so why not your hot steamy oats? Boost the flavor further with a splash of vanilla extract.
An overnight oatmeal is a solid standby for when you want a sweet, creamy, satisfying fix. Take two parts oatmeal, one part low-fat yogurt, one part juice and stir. Put it in the fridge overnight. In the morning, you've got three servings of a thick, cool, creamy and tangy oat treat that you can eat as is or warmed up.
Finally, Health Magazine features one you may not have thought of: savory oatmeal, complete with a crumbled piece of turkey bacon, low-fat cheddar cheese and scallions. This is nice for those breakfast eaters who want something a bit heartier in the morning.
No matter which one you choose, if you stick to the manufacturer's suggested serving size, just a tablespoon of nut, nut butter or cheese, and a half a piece of fruit, you'll be under 200 calories a bowl. But you'll be getting plenty of protein, fiber, heart-healthy fat and those fun-loving carbohydrates.