I’ve been struggling with making breakfast in the mornings lately. I’m halfway in between going all out with a green smoothie or letting my morning cup of coffee guide me to lunch. Skewing on either end of the spectrum, oatmeal serves as a happy middle. Although oatmeal often denotes searing hot, plain mush packaging and structure can bring to it new life.

Take a look below at our favorite hot, plain mush products below:












1. Oatly Oat Drink – Designed by Forsman & Bodenfors

2. Stoats Porridge – Designed by Robot Food

3. Conceptual Redesign of Kellog’s Oat Bran Cereal – Designed by Anna Geurink

4. Lottie & Beck Oatmeal – Designed by Matt Lafferty

5. Vigilent Eats Superfood Oat Based Cereal – Designed by Eric Kass

6. Conceptual Peace, Love, & Oats – Designed by Jaime Foxx McQuilkin

7. Conceptual Quaker Oats Redesign – Designed by Toby Edwards

8. Conceptual Daily Oats – Designed by Merilla Angie

9. Conceptual DSM Oat Bran – Designed by Guilherme Dorneles

10. Conceptual Wild Oats Bar – Designed by Soo Kim

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