I mixed up about two-thirds of this recipe for myself (when I have oatmeal, I like a LOT of oatmeal ;) ). It makes a creamy, filling and nourishing bowlful! If using unsweetened soymilk and natural peanut butter, as I did, I'd recommend adding just a touch of salt to bring out the sweetness of the banana. I was generous with the peanut butter, too. Thanks for a quick oatmeal I'll definitely repeat!
No excuse for not eating breakfast! This is so quick, hearty and creamy, I really enjoyed it. Like a reviewer below mentioned, I used natural PB and rice milk, so I added a pinch of salt. I also used regular oats instead of quick (worked fine) and served with some brown sugar. 1/2 the batch made a perfectly sized portion for me. I'm sure I'll make this many more times, and might play around with other nut butters. Thanks very much!
Super yummy oatmeal! I doubled the recipe for three of us but it really is rich, so the single serving would have been plenty. I also doubled the peanut butter in each bowl, and next time I'll try the single tbs suggested. Really really good, thanks for the keeper!
Oh YUM, this is one of the best breakfast Ive had in a long time! So satisfying and yummy, mmmm! I used a chai spiced oat milk for making this and it turned out fabulous. The banana made this thick and sweet and I just LOVED it, cant wait to make it again! :)
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing a true keeper with us, bmcnichol!
Made and reviewed for PRMR Tag November 2011.
Super yum breakfast and I just love the vanilla addition :D. It was made in the micro and was cooked to my taste in 1min 20 secs. I used water in place of milk and old fashioned oats instead of the quick. Super quick, super easy and delicious. It can't get any better than that. I just added a light touch of Splenda, 4 banana slices and a sprinkle of cinnamon to the top and enjoyed (a lot).
I've been trying to eat a little more oatmeal and this was pretty tasty. I did add some brown sugar and more milk and peanut butter after cooking b/c it was a little bland actually. I used regular oatmeal (not quick cooking) and it worked fine. I made half the recipe and it made a generous helping. Made for I recommend tag game.
I really enjoyed this take on oatmeal. I used 1/2 C. oatmeal to 1 C. milk (I used a whole grain milk alternative from Trader Joes) and scaled down the other ingredients just a tad. It made one perfect serving for my breakfast this morning. I appreciated the fact that I didn't need to add any extra sweetner. I usually add some stevia to sweeten my oatmeal just a bit. The peanut butter was a great addition, too! I used a natural chunky peanut butter. After eating this healthy and hearty breakfast, I'm sure I'll feel full for hours! Thank you.
Other than adding a tad sugar to this made as posted.. Love the peanut butter in this.. Made for I recommend..
I halved the recipe for one, and was amazed at how great this was. I did add a sprinkle of salt, but no sugar, to this. Wonderful breakfast. Thanks for sharing!
I made half recipe just for me. It was filling enough. The taste is great. I added brown sugar. Thanks Bonnette :) Made for PRMR tag game