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I really liked the flavors here and the added nutritional benefits. The sweetness was fine for me, but I do think most people would want more than I do. I made this right after reading the recipe, so I had to leave out (didn't have any) flax seeds, and sub almond for the brandy extract. I baked this in a loaf pan instead of ramekins, and it worked fine. Keeping with the almond theme, I topped this with toasted sliced almonds, they went very well with it. Serves 2 if it is a main, not side dish. Yummy breakfast!

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Maito April 22, 2008

Not a pretty dish but filling and healthy! I used steel cut oats adding 1 extra cup of milk. Love the burst of orange and the sweetness from the strawberries and honey. The top was crisp and the inside was creamy good. I made it in one dish. Thanks for good healthy eats!

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Rita~ February 23, 2008

While I agree that baked oatmeal typcically has far too much sugar, I think this recipe was too extreme in the other direction. I also didn't care for blood orange zest. Without some sweetness for offset, the large amount of zest made the overall recipe too tart in my opinion. 2 family members wouldn't eat it, DH doused it with extra honey, and I sprinkled on some cinnamon-sugar.

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Ms*Bindy February 22, 2008
Individual Strawberry-Orange Baked Oatmeal