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OMG, so good. Okay I cooked mine 30 minutes and I added about 1 tbl. of Vanilla extract, it was great. I really could see adding a diced tart apple.

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BethHallKelley August 06, 2008

This was pretty good--a nice, basic baked oatmeal recipe. However, I found that a lot of the "filling' was at the bottom of the pan and the oats were floating on top of it...so, the texture ended up being just a bit off. Next time I'm thinking about making baked oatmeal, I'll definitely let it sit in the fridge overnight (I think this helps to prevent the separation).

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Dulcet Kitchen January 23, 2010

This is really really really good. I've already made two batches, and each of them last me a week. I end up adding about two large chopped up apples to it to make it a little more balanced for breakfast. I also only use about 3/4 of the required sugar and fat, and it still tastes amazing. I think it spoils after about 6 days in the fridge, just in case anyone was wondering..

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KatKatia August 04, 2008

I have made this for my family many times. I thought I had reviewed it already. (Sorry!) We use soy products instead of milk and butter (DS Allergies). I also add blueberries or a couple of finely diced apples (the family's favorite) So Simple and Delish! Thanks for sharing!

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Kiersten Phae May 28, 2008

This is breakfast comfort food! It's easy to make, keeps well in the fridge, is healthy and tastes great. What more could you ask? I use old-fashioned rather than quick-coooking and increase the milk to equal the amount of oatmeal. Also, I cut the sugar in half and add an equal amount of raisins. Served with cream, this oatmeal can't be beat!

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puppitypup March 04, 2007

A nice hearty way to start the day! I added a fresh diced peach and 1/2 cup raisins.

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Rita~ September 16, 2003

We love this recipe. I have been making it for months...my family likes to make yogurt and baked oatmeal parfaits with blueberries. Last time I made it, I used just 2 tbsp butter and subbed 1/2 cup applesauce for half of the sugar. They never noticed the difference! Awesome recipe.

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mrsfernie January 16, 2015

I first downloaded this recipe several years ago and have made several times...it is AMAZING. I was never a fan of oatmeal, but I love it fixed this way. It also re-heats very well as there are only two of us. I was having a bowl this morning and realized I had never rated, so I decided it was about time. Thanks for making me a fan of Oatmeal!

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Sharkkool January 09, 2014

We really liked this. I probably cut the sugar down to 1/3 c and it was plenty sweet for us. I also added blueberries to the mix. Prepared in advance and refrigerated overnight. Thanks!

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Chef de Sucre February 09, 2013

I made this recipe after reading several choices and really enjoyed the texture when made with only oat bran. It was wonderfully chewy without being dry. I kept what I didn't eat right off in the pie pan I baked it in and cut wedges to reheat in parchment or with milk in a pan. It was good all the way through.

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Karyl Lee October 28, 2011
Jenny's Baked Oatmeal