This was a great breakfast. The maple syrup and brown sugar gave it just the right touch of sweetness. But cooking the oats in milk (I usually cook them in water) gave it such a creamy texture that was a pleasant surprise. Thank you for sharing your recipe, Queen Puff. Made for Fal 2012 Pick-A-Chef.
This was so delicious! It tasted like a classic, I've never cooked oatmeal in milk either! It came out creamy and just sooooo delicious!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!
This recipe is a lot quicker than the one on the back of the rolled oats package. I doubted whether the oats would cook in such a short time. Because it's high heat, it did. The only downside is stirring for 5 minutes. If you don't want to stir for 5 minutes, bring everything to a boil and reduce heat and cook 10 to 20 minutes (depending on what consistency you like your oatmeal) stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and let sit for a couple of minutes.
Made for a great beginning of my day. I can hardly wait to see about how the rest of it goes. Made for Best of 2012 recipe tag.
Made this for breakfast this morning, the boys loved it. Also, now fixing it for them for a Saturday lunch, guess it was a hit. We may have added a little extra brown sugar and syrup! Mmmmm! Thank you!
Made this for breakfast and was delighted by how tasty and easy it was to make oatmeal on the stove top. I wonder what took me so long! I added a little vanilla bean paste. After cooking for 5 minutes I needed to wait 3-5 minutes for the oatmeal to thicken up while it cooled. Will be make this again. :)