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This is a great change of pace for breakfast if you like cereal/oatmeal. It's easy to throw together before bed. I leave out the applesauce (I don't usually have any around, use a little more soymilk, and add a little cinnamon.

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Raichka January 30, 2008

I really liked this. It seemed like it might be runny so I added about a 1/4 cup more of oatmeal and I am glad that I did as I prefer my oatmeal thick rather than runny. I added a small amount of pecans and a light dusting of brown sugar. I will make this again. Thanks for posting!

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cyaos January 16, 2008

Absolutely loved this! It is more like dessert than breakfast, without the guilt. I did add 1/2 tsp cinnamon and some chopped walnuts. Used organic vanilla soymilk and one granny smith apple. I didn't add the honey or maple syrup because it had just the right balance of sweet and tangy. Thanks for posting this delicious and easy recipe.

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mausi July 08, 2006

I loved this and will be making it often. I didn't need any sweetener. I added flaxseed the next morning, but not nuts or other fruit. It was great! I'll try it with the other additions next. Thanks.

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CaramelPie March 25, 2006

This is fantastic! It makes it really easy for me to get out of bed in the morning! I use skim milk instead of the soy milk because that is what i usally only have on hand! Thanks for the recipe Happy Harry #2!

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BestTeenChef March 06, 2006

I made this oatmeal exactly as stated. Mmm, mmmm, is it ever good!!! I found it more like a oatmeal/fruit salad rather than plain old oatmeal which is a refreshing change. The crunchy apples and chewy fruit is completed with soft oatmeal and applesauce. Although it was wonderful without, I did add some cinnamon 1/2 way though eating, which added some pazazz. I would definitely recommend this oatmeal. It is a very tasty healthy breakfast. (Happy Harry, I took some photos and posted on the photo forum...I can't decide, so pick which one(s) you like best)

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LUv 2 BaKE August 27, 2005

Thanks to this recipe, I'm now able to eat and actually enjoy oatmeal! But because of the changes I make, I don't think it would be fair to rate it. I substitute 2% regular milk for the soy milk, and 1/2 cup frozen peaches or blueberries for the diced apple. Thanks for sharing, Happy Harry #2.

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Okra August 22, 2005

I haven't been able to find an overnight oatmeal recipe that I liked until now. The ones with yogurt in them taste like spackle to me, so I was a little wary of this but I enjoyed it. I think it needs something to add a little punch (cinnamon? nutmeg? allspice?), but it is a good basic recipe. I added my fruit (a few dried cranberries and a few dates) at night and let them sit. Next time I'll add them in the morning. An easy one that tastes pretty good and is nice and healthy!

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ladypit July 24, 2005
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