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Oh yum, yum, yum, this oatmeal is so tasty! I loved the flavour combination and the ease of prep in the microwave. I had never made my oatmeal in the microwave before, but it worked so well, Ill make it again this way, for sure. I had old-fashioned oats, so the cook time was a little longer.
3 ts jam was too much for my taste, I think next time Ill just use 2.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this keeper with us, Little Italy.
Made and reviewed for Think Pink October 2012.
Using just enough milk to cover my oats in place of water makes for a creamier oatmeal. I love PB with strawberry jam, so I plopped in strawberry instead of raspberry. I prefer more PB to jam like the recipe, and it's fun to make a PB face with a jam smiley. Hey, you're never too old to be a little silly. :) :P :S :B 8B ^_^ >_< O_o
Made for "Tag It Red!" I actually have now had this twice for breakfast. The first time I made it as written and thought that the peanut butter flavor was a little too much. The second time I made this, I reduced the peanut butter by half and it was much better. Thanks for posting this Little Italy ~ I'll be making it often for breakfast since I love PB&J.
Good. Quick and easy to make before running to work...nice for those cold mornings. Have used both raspberry and strawberry jams on different occasions - both are good. Sometimes add a dash of cinnamon. Will try with banana next time as one reviewer suggested.
I gave this 5 stars. My family loved this! It taste just like a PB&J sandwich. I served this for what my niece and newphew call big breakfast Sunday. We had this oatmeal with Baked French Toast Casserole With Maple Syrup, maple flavored sausage, and coffe/orange juice. I change the recipe a bit. I used grape jelly as that is what I had on hand. I have made this many more times since having it for our big breakfast with 4 Tsp of jelly and 3 is enough 4 over rides the peanut butter and it taste best with 3 tsp. And yet I've had to change this recipe a bit more. I now use all natural peanut butter. Sugar free jelly (any flavor I have). Plus I have it wrote on my card (must of came from here) that "If using old fashioned oats add 45 seconds plus 1 tsp jam or more. Just make sure you use a regular cereal bowl or this will grow all over your microwave. Also my card states to use bananas with the peanut butter. Yum maybe tomorrow. Thanks for posting a yummy recipe! Christine (internetnut)
awesome! i used milk instead of water though (personal preference, i always have my oatmeal with milk). thanks a lot!
This idea popped into my head the other day, so I searched 'zaar and found this! I didn't want the flavors to be overpowering, so I used a teaspoon of smooth natural peanut butter and two teaspoons of black cherry preserves. Half a cup of water didn't seem like it would be enough (I used a packet of Quaker Organic instant oatmeal), so I poured in about another 1/3 cup and added a packet of Splenda before I microwaved it for the first time. This was an interesting-tasting bowl of oatmeal... I think that, for me, it will take some getting used to!
Finally an oatmeal that the kids will eat. I did have to sprinkle a bit of brown sugar on the top because they didn't want the jelly...but still a nutritious breakfast that will stick with them . Thank You!!!!
This warm, yummy recipe goes down just right on a winter's morning. I love the fact that it's fast, microwavable and requires so little ingredients to make something so amazing!
I'm a true oatmeal lover and enjoy trying different ways to prepare it. This was a pretty tasty version! I did modify it for my taste a bit using only 1 tbl. crunchy peanut butter and the full 3 tsp. of jam (strawberry). Thanks for posting :)