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Absolutely wonderful. I change the recipe depending on what I have and what I want. Sometimes I use pecans, sometimes I make it sugar free with splenda for my mom, sometimes I use bananas...you just can't miss with it! Fantastic as a leftover too!
I just finished eating a bowl of this oatmeal. It was delicious. I made 1/2 the recipe and baked for about 25 minutes. I doubled the amount of apples and nuts. In the future I will cut down on the sugar as it was very sweet.
So good! Almost more like a pudding, than breakfast. I reduced sugar to 2/3 cup and raisins to 1/2 cup.
I will be the first to say that I am NOT an oatmeal fan. But I know it's good for me so I went on a mission to find a recipe (besides oatmeal cookies) that I liked. Mission accomplished! This recipe is SO good. I only used 1/4 cup of brown sugar, but other than that, I kept everything else the same. This will become a regular part of my breakfast line-up. Thanks so much!
This is heavenly and I have to have it at least every couple of weeks! I add slivered almonds on top before serving and substitute Splenda for the sugar.
really good except next time I'll only use 1/3 cup sugar. 1 cup was a bit sweet, even for me who has a major sweet tooth!
This is amazing and so easy! Literally everyone loves it. This also holds well in the fridge and is a great option to make on Sunday night for workweek breakfasts. I omit the butter and use 1/4 cup brown sugar - still delicious! Thanks for a keeper!!
Everyone loves it! I've made it several times now and played around with the amount of sugar and found that we like 1/3 cup best. We also like the walnuts sprinkled on top so they toast and use a little more milk then called for. Variations are so easy by adding different kinds of fruit. Thanks for sharing a great recipe.
This oatmeal was very nice. I liked that it had a good texture. I used pecans and a little more cinnamon. Thank you Jess! Made for I Recommend Tag