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    Oatmeal!

    Yum! An oatmeal recipe for everyday of the month (or at least that's my ultimate goal!).
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    This nutritious oatmeal is so yum and so good for you, tuck into this every morning and feel the difference

    Recipe #176982

    This recipe came from the February/March 2003 issue of Taste of Home's Light and Tasty. I really have enjoyed this recipe and the ease of preparation. Also, very economical to have on hand. Those small packets of pre-flavored oatmeal do get pricey. 3 points per serving.

    Recipe #53194

    Another entry in my collection of oatmeal ideas. My guess is this would also work well with apricots or some other flavored creamer.

    Recipe #132453

    From the Fairy Tale Cookbook, this is a lovely breakfast! Sometimes I add 2 tbls. raisins to the oats as I cook them. Popular in New England, Mid Atlantic, Southern, Mid West, West!

    Recipe #119439

    I made this up because I needed to like oatmeal, and I didn't. Now I eat it all the time! Measuring out several days worth of the dry ingredients saves me a lot of time each morning and I never forget the salt!

    Recipe #31145

    Here are a few fun facts and tips about oatmeal; People buy more oatmeal during January than any other month. Oatmeal is the first product given FDA approval to carry a food-specific health claim. Oatmeal is a whole grain cereal made from oat groats. It has the bran, germ and endosperm. The difference between quick oats and old-fashioned oats? Quick oats are cut into smaller pieces, so they cook faster.

    Recipe #185585

    Oatmeal is a great snack and breakfast food. Cut back on your grocery bill by making your own instant packets. For each packet you will need: A plastic sandwich bag and 1/2 cup quick oats (or more)

    Recipe #186736

    This is NOT boring oatmeal! I've hooked many a "I don't care for oatmeal" folks w/ this one! Other than the basics (water, oats, & salt), the ingredients are optional and may be varied to suit individual tastes.

    Recipe #184141

    Another goodie with oatmeal. UPDATE:12/05. I have changed the amount of servings to one instead of two. I was thinking about the amount I eat with my protein shake, instead of what the general public would probably eat.

    Recipe #121111

    Interesting breakfast idea

    Recipe #189837

    I found this in a Diane Mott Davidson mystery book. It is SO easy and flavorful, put it together the night before then cook it on the stove top in the morning. Never a big fan of porridge or oatmeal, this one changed my mind. I use all sorts of different fruit depending on mood and what is at hand. Apples, blueberries, or banana along with the mentioned dried cherries work perfectly. As do raisins and nuts. The sitting overnight lets the fruit flavor permeate the oats and milk and you end up with ambrosia. hmm coconut would be good to try it with as well. lemon or lime zest? the combinations to taste are endless. *runs for my pantry*

    Recipe #238466

    I love oatmeal! I was tired of the same sweetner and started looking for something different. PB and honey! I love them together on a sandwich, why not in oatmeal?

    Recipe #102713

    2 Reviews |  By bastet

    This hearty, delicious recipe is excellent right out of the pot, but I also make this ahead and re-heat it during the week for a quick and filling breakfast.

    Recipe #109886

    29 Reviews |  By Kree

    A delicious breakfast recipe from the people at Quaker Oats! The toasted pecans make it a real treat, and it can be dairy-free if soy milk is used (and soy yogurt, if desired).

    Recipe #71127

    I was sooo incredibally bord one day, so I decided to have a play around with the ingredients in the cupboard, and made this, it was rather intresting and yummy

    Recipe #177295

    5 Reviews |  By vitalev

    I tried this one morning when I was out of blueberries (my usual favorite) and it is surprisingly good! I am posting it because, like me, I am sure not too many people would think to put strawberries in oatmeal, but it actually has become one of my favorite ways to eat oatmeal (a daily staple for me!) Also, fruit measurements are estimates, as I usually just use whatever I have.

    Recipe #196347

    Another entry in my collection of oatmeal combinations. This one is a little bit odd but the results are surprsingly good. I have presented it here to match my own desired consistency, but you should adjust to your own tastes.

    Recipe #203794

    A tasty way to make your own spiced raisin oatmeal!

    Recipe #50592

    22 Reviews |  By Manda

    When I am not eating my "Cottage Cheese Banana Breakfast Delite", I am eating this for breakfast. I NEVER miss breakfast, and when I know I may have to go a long time before lunch, this one is sure to hold me over. The secret is in the extract, and in not overcooking the oats. They remain a bit coarse, and not all mushy. However, if you prefer mushy, go ahead and add a few minutes to the cooking time. This is especially good with VERY ripe bananas.

    Recipe #41950

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