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

    Recipe #334234

    I have not tried this recipe. I got this recipe from Pinchin Your Pennies.

    Recipe #311797

    This tastes like an oatmeal cookie in a bowl... only this is much healthier for you! From Ellie Krieger and the food network. You can make this in advanced and store in individual containers in the refrigerator and then pull them out and microwave as needed. (Just make sure to store walnuts separately.

    Recipe #303490

    This recipe came from the Barefoot Contessa and I have made it several times. It's very creamy and satisfying. If you are going to make it with the fresh banana slices, you must eat it the same day. I always use 1% milk, because I never have whole milk on hand. The stir-ins, fruits, nuts, are flexible, whatever you like, and whatever you have on hand.

    Recipe #301008

    A very nice change to the standard cinnamon oatmeal. The original recipe called for walnuts but I enjoy almonds instead. Ready in 15 minutes!

    Recipe #282167

    I made this up this morning and it tastes so much better than the instant stuff!

    Recipe #278634

    A delicious twist on plain old oatmeal. Flavorful and hearty to please everyone in the family! Whole, old-fashioned oats are used.

    Recipe #277638

    This is one of my favorite breakfasts. Pretty simple, but a good combinataion.

    Recipe #277481

    I made this for breakfast this morning using recipe #51796 as the creamer, quite a yummy combo I thought.

    Recipe #255292

    This recipe may be doubled but cooking time will need to be increased, adjust the brown sugar to taste, my family loves this!

    Recipe #252641

    This is a delicious way to start the day. This is a low GI recipe so great for those trying to eat healthy or for diabetics. I love to use braeburn apples but you can use any baking apple you like.

    Recipe #252497

    A tasty breakfast treat for one. No need to buy the expensive flavoured porridges again!

    Recipe #243789

    This was a bit of an experiment this morning when I fancied something different for breakfast and didn't know what. It's just a bit of a twist on porridge really!

    Recipe #243175

    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

    An excellent choice on any morning you need comfort food. It's warm, easy, hearty, and healthy- not to mention perfectly sweet and creamy! Start your day off right!

    Recipe #218026

    This recipe came from Better Homes Cookbook, it is yummy on a winter morning.

    Recipe #205710

    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

    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

    Interesting breakfast idea

    Recipe #189837

    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

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