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Tip: If you make it with milk it will almost certainly overflow in the microwave, you might want to make it with water and put milk/cream on top instead.
Really good! I was craving oatmeal, but can't have it due to the blood sugar spikes it causes. I will say that I will LISTEN to the reviews of those who came before me next time, as I tried to make this with soy milk and ended up having to just cook it on the stove top, as it kept overflowing even when I watched it. I'll try again with just water, using a bigger bowl, and see if that turns out for me. Used plain soy milk, added cinnamon, and a touch of agave to sweeten. Word of advice, if you think your bowl is right, go up a size... ;-) Your microwave will thank you. Thanks for sharing!
This is how I make my buckwheat cereal - I get the toasted groats and prefer their strong flavor without sweetener or anything else; I cook it in water and just add a little coconut oil while it's cooking and some salt, and I add some almond milk once it's in the bowl. This stuff rocks, but it probably helps to be Russian.
I really appreciated the microwave cooking for a hot and quick breakfast. The timing was perfect. I served the cooked cereal topped with maple glazed apples and walnuts. Delicious.
Very Good! Was tired of my hot cereal so found this. BTW, I doubt that the nutritional facts are correct though.....or are they? If so, it would be a wonderful addition to someone dieting, I was fully happy with this amount!
YUMMY! I used a medium grain bulghur and enjoyed it with honey and light cream. This will become a regular when craving warm whole grain comfort. Freddy Cat says hi! Made for Recipe Swap #14, the Jolly Jumbucks team!