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Oh my! I created this same thing, before I even read your recipe, and I eat it all the time! I usually use more rasins, though. It is SO YUMMY!

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[Entropy] February 29, 2004

Yummy and filling oatmeal! I added 1/2 teaspoon of honey to enhance the flavour of my natural style peanut butter, but otherwise made as written. I will make this again, peanut lover that I am :) Thanks for sharing!
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Mia in Germany February 12, 2012

I use milk instead of water and it makes it creamier. Very good! Thanks for posting this recipe!

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joymm82 May 22, 2010

I tried this recipe for breakfast today and in a word, Yummy! This is going to be a regular breakfast/snack/dessert for me from now on!

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Iss January 27, 2009

I do this every single morning for breakfast as well! But along with the PB & raisens I also use a little bit of sugar free jelly (strawberry or raspberry) and it's the PERFECT "comfort food" PB&J Oatmeal. Witha a tall glass of skim milk, I'm set!

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LowCarb_in_Indy June 10, 2007

This is my favorite breakfast! I have it pretty much every morning. I use mccaans quick cooking oatmeal and I only add 1 TBSP of natural peanut butter instead of 2. I also add a little brown sugar. It's really the best way to eat oatmeal in my opinon :-)

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Lingering_Dream March 01, 2007

This is my favorite breakfast, snack, and dessert of all time!!!! Yumm melted peanut butter! I might go have some right now...

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vitalev November 12, 2006

Very good. I had this for a bedtime snack last night and it was great. I omitted the raisins [personal preference] and used low fat peanut butter. My husband was sceptical, but I'm hooked. I'm looking forward to another bowl tonight !

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Terri Newell July 07, 2004

This was a nice breakfast. For me, it definitely needed sweetener though, so I added some honey.

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89240 June 10, 2004

This is great for something different than old boring oatmeal. I didn't have any raisins so I used dates and also added some splenda so it was a little sweeter. I will make again thanks!

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Shari2 January 30, 2004
Peanut Butter and Raisin Oatmeal