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    This recipe is from the www.splenda.com website. "Make your own instant oatmeal mix. This is a great gift! Add boiling water, let sit until thick, and eat! You may substitute your favorite dried fruit for the raisins if you wish."

    Recipe #348020

    Who doesn't love oatmeal in the morning? Packed with fibre, whole grain oats are a tasty and nutritious way to start your day!! Another great recipe from Smuckers!! This can be tasty served with Oatmeal, Nut and Berry Breakfast Bars

    Recipe #338664

    Healthy baked oatmeal with a pumpkin twist! Pumpkin, oats, cranberries, and walnuts are all good for you and yummy!

    Recipe #336409

    A nutritious and delicious way to start the morning, this oatmeal offers calcium, vitamin E, fiber, magnesium and potassium

    Recipe #334234

    From the Weight Watchers message boards.

    Recipe #335978

    I got this from Eat Smart, Eat Raw. Even if using cooked oats, it sounds like a good breakfast. I usually like sweet breakfasts, but this sounds like a good lunch!

    Recipe #335854

    AWESOME! Great nourishment to start a day! An excellent way to get fruit and fiber. Not necessary, but may be prepared the night before - just bake 5 to 8 minutes longer. A leftover square of this oatmeal warms well in the microwave. Cream or milk poured over hot oatmeal enhances the flavor. If you are using frozen blueberries, no need to thaw - throw them in! Easy to prepare!

    Recipe #335522

    2 Reviews |  By soulola

    The delicious taste of nuts & bananas, but contains neither! Bananas and walnuts are healthy and good to eat but not exactly low in fat, so here is a lower-fat version that I enjoy practically every morning.

    Recipe #335723

    1 Reviews |  By puffma

    Allergen Free breakfast with 1 step.

    Recipe #335733

    A really simple idea I use almost every morning, it's really filling and slow-release energy as well as providing antioxidants and feel-good serotonin from the cocoa, and it curbs cravings for chocolate. I find that even if I have plain porridge in the morning, I still seem to want something sweet, whereas with this I don't and it only has a few more calories than plain. It's also really quick to make, which is a bonus because I never seem to have enough time in the morning! I do also make it as a snack when I need chocolate, or even sometimes as dessert. You can add almost anything to it- cinnamon, almond, vanilla, chilli...whatever you feel like. Give it a try and see what you think!

    Recipe #316515

    1 Reviews |  By sshanic

    Midwest Living October 2008

    Recipe #321993

    3 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    From BC whole grains cookbook.

    Recipe #318936

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This homey, comforting cereal is like warm granola, especially with the crunchy honey-toasted walnut topping.

    Recipe #321746

    Here's a super easy way to make overnight oatmeal. This kind is to be eaten cold, and all it takes is a stir and refrigeration. This recipe is great for people like me who don't like milk. The milk really seeps into the oats overnight, so you can't taste it much. -Recipe is taken from a vegetarian cookbook written for college students

    Recipe #321926

    I came up with this recipe after eating Recipe#58447. I was out of bananas, and was really wanting a warm, comforting bowl of oatmeal that could be made quickly. I already had a can of lite no sugar added apple pie filling that had been opened, so I thought I'd give it a try. If you want it to be a sweet as pie, you might want to add some brown sugar instead of or in addition to the sweetener. Feel free to add raisins if you like them (I don't) and to add to or take away from the spices.

    Recipe #322125

    I love oatmeal raisin cookies so I was really excited when I found this recipe on the UKTV Food website! It makes really thick, crispy waffles which taste great with maple syrup. I've also made them with cinnamon instead of the lemon and they came out really well, and also made with flavoured oatmeal (I used Quakers maple and brown sugar).

    Recipe #333616

    I love oatmeal, and my kids do too. But they get bored VERY easily, so I have to really kick it up a notch to keep them from complaining on oatmeal days. This was a spur of the moment recipe, trying to decide what to add to oatmeal. Using the maple and brown sugar packets gives a granola bar flavor to the oatmeal. You could also use regular packets, quick cooking, or old fashioned and sweeten them any way you like. Also, feel free to use graham cracker crumbs, but teddy grahams are what I had on hand. I would eat this for dessert!

    Recipe #333601

    I whipped this up the other day and was shocked by the delicious results! cost effective, healthy, and non-seasonal! what more could you want?

    Recipe #332907

    Use a large saucepan as the milk can boil over.

    Recipe #331616

    Barley adds a nutty flavor and texture complementing this creamy, apple-rich oatmeal. Load up your crockpot before bed>zzzzz-Sweet Dreams-zzzzz->Wake up 5-8 hours later to a lovely autumn breakfast.

    Recipe #330898

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